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Private Half-Day History Walking Tour in Vienna: The City of Many Pasts
"Vienna is not just a city of one past but a city of many pasts. Delve into Vienna's past and present on an insightful 3-hour walking tour of its colorful history and architecture. Your tour begins at Michaelerplatz where the Hofburg the Habsburg’s imperial palace and seat of power since the thirteenth century dominates the square. Clockwise from the palace is the green and gray Loos House designed by Austrian architect Adolf Loos (1870 1933).From there the tour continues down Kohlmarkt and the Graben
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Small-Group History Walking Tour in Vienna: The City of Many Pasts
"Vienna is not just a city of one past but a city of many pasts. Delve into Vienna's past and present on an insightful 3-hour walking tour of its colorful history and architecture. Your tour begins at Michaelerplatz where the Hofburg the Habsburg’s imperial palace and seat of power since the thirteenth century dominates the square. Clockwise from the palace is the green and gray Loos House designed by Austrian architect Adolf Loos (1870 1933).From there the tour continues down Kohlmarkt and the Graben
From $90.00
 
Private Half-Day History Walking Tour in Vienna: The City of Many Pasts
"Vienna is not just a city of one past but a city of many pasts. Delve into Vienna's past and present on an insightful 3-hour walking tour of its colorful history and architecture. Your tour begins at Michaelerplatz where the Hofburg the Habsburg’s imperial palace and seat of power since the thirteenth century dominates the square. Clockwise from the palace is the green and gray Loos House designed by Austrian architect Adolf Loos (1870 1933).From there the tour continues down Kohlmarkt and the Graben
From $390.00

Schönbrunn Tips (55)

The classic touch

Yes, this is just an attempt to put a bit of your classical Roman touch into the gardens, albeit with that Greek influence.Northern Europe's, and I suspect most people's, fondness for the classical...
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iandsmith
Jan 08, 2005

Schloss Schönbrunn

Check out the Schloss Schönbrunn. It is very beautiful and the gardens are really pretty. It's a nice place to stop for lunch too.Self guided tours of the rooms costed AS90 (22 rooms) or AS120 (40...
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CandS
Oct 09, 2004

Me In Schonbrunn Palace...

This photo was taken in Schonbrunn Palace !This is a touristy area in Vienna !I felt real good being there as it was one place that I should see with my own eyes !I couldn't take photos inside the...
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coceng
May 26, 2004

Joe Also Took Me...

When I was staying with Joe, he also took me to Schloss Schonbrunn !The photo was taken by Joe in the garden in the Palace !this is a beautiful garden set in French styles.It is a must visit if you...
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coceng
May 26, 2004

The palace

My first impression was that it was big. No surprises there. Everything I had read previously indicated size. With the amounts of money rolling in to the Hapsburgs they could afford it.The monument...
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iandsmith
May 21, 2004

The inside story

Though some people rail against using postcards I have to say that on some occasions they are a necessity. Since you can't use your camera in many galleries, how on earth could we show you what to...
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iandsmith
May 21, 2004

Gloriette III

Even when I was walking away through the forest, it still beckoned me to take another picture.It's a standout from the main palace or most places in the garden and was deliberately placed thus.You...
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iandsmith
May 19, 2004

A bit of history

In their present form, the gardens were designed by Louis Gervais and John Jadot, though later additions by Adrian von Stekhoven and Ferdinand von Hohenberg did take place. The inspiration came from...
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iandsmith
May 19, 2004

Strictly for the birds

Najadenbrunnen, or the Naiad Fountain, was where I took this picture. The first thing that attracted me was the layer of ice covering half the pond. The ducks were mostly wandering around on it and...
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iandsmith
May 19, 2004

The enchanting garden

I was entranced. On a side trail where hardly anyone seems to venture (in 20 minutes I was the only one there) I chanced upon a feeding station for the animals.Brilliantly coloured birds (see intro...
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iandsmith
May 18, 2004

The tourists

There are some 1.7 million people visit this palace annually and you can certainly add a few thousand more who use the gardens for which there is no fee.The eclectic mix of visitors is exemplified in...
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iandsmith
May 18, 2004

A walk in Schoenbrunn

The best time for visit is in the summer or autumn when there are colourful landscapes around but however in any time it is monumental place. Schoenbrunn used to be a residence of Empress and Emperor...
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Skipka
Mar 05, 2004
 
 
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Things to Do Near Vienna

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Naschmarkt

After passing the Vienna Secession Building we were planning on heading towards the Vienna Ring Road when we saw a rather interesting looking market area, so we went to have a look. It turned out to...
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Karlsplatz

like what I've Said, the City of Vienna has many known and hidden squares and there are even walking tours of the hidden squares of Vienna in some tour companies. One of the Largest Squares is the...
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Theater an der Wien

This historic theater got its name from the fact that it was built on the bank of a small river called the Wien – a river that has since been banished underground. For many years the Theater an der...
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Karlskirche - St Charles Church

Karlskirche or Charles’ Church is situated at the Karlsplatz and dedicated to Saint Charles or Cardinal Carlo Borromeo. Construction of this church started in 1716 and was accomplished by 1737. Church...
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Wien Museum Karlsplatz - Historical Museum of the City of Vienna

This “Vienna Museum” (Wien Museum) is a city history museum whose collections are “a blend of art and history”, meaning that there are numerous art works on display to illustrate the historical...
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Wiener Staatsoper - State Opera House

The Vienna State Opera (Wiener Staatsoper) is said to be one of the world’s busiest opera houses, with 350 performances per year. The week I was in Vienna (the last week of October 2016), they put...
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