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"Welcome to Vienna - Vienna Card
"The multiple benefits of the Welcome to Vienna Package include:Coffee and cake in the traditional Cafe Central A delicious typical lunch or dinner in a popular Viennese restaurant 72-hour Vienna Card including unlimited shops and restaurants! Vienna Hop-on Hop-off Tour valid for 24 hours. Set your own pace get on and off at any of the 13 stops as often as you wish. Operates on the hour every hour between 10am and 5pm. Services run every 30 minutes on weekends. """
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Vienna Pass Including Vienna Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket
"Pick up your pass at Vienna International Airport or at the ticket desk near Karlsplatz in central Vienna. Depending on the option selected your pass is valid for either 1 2 3 or 6 calendar days from first use. You’ll also receive unlimited access to the Vienna hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus for the duration selected.All passes include entry to more than 60 must-see Vienna attractions many of which have special entrances for pass holders so you can avoid the regular ticket lines. Hop on the sightseeing bus to get around town and enjoy the interesting onboard commentary as you ride. Discover Austria’s imperial heritage at the magnificent Imperial Palace (Hofburg) and Schönbrunn Palace or visit Tiergarten Schönbrunn
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Belvedere Palace 3-Hour Private History Tour in Vienna: World-Class Art in an Aristocratic Utopia
"Meet-up with your guide in morning or afternoon and begin your tour of the Belvedere complex an architectural masterpiece of a bygone aristocratic splendor designed to project a sense of earthly harmony (entrance fees not included). This terrestrial utopia was founded in the first decades of the 18th c. as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of one of the most successful military commanders in modern European history. Among the significant buildings of the 18th century the grandiose palace of the Upper Belvedere is a masterstroke of Baroque architecture while the surrounding formal gardens were inspired by classical antiquity. The great water basin in the upper parterre the tiered fountains and cascades peopled by nymphs and goddesses the marble statues of gods and heroes the intricacy of the wrought iron gates still testify to the legacy of Eugene’s significant patronage of the arts. In the Upper Belvedere
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Zentralfriedhof - Central Cemetary Tips (31)

Zentralfriedhof Tombs of the musicians.

On a sunny day, don't hesitate to visit this immense cemetery of easy access by tram 71 from the centre. Presently as the underground line U3 has been extended till Simmering it is shorter to take the...
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Mar 15, 2015

Our favored quartet.

Last time my wife and I were in Vienna we did not visit the tombs of the Musicians at the Zentralfriedhof because it was raining. It is certainly full of romantic to visit a cemetery under the rain...
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Jun 28, 2013

The Third Man

A great way to get to know a city before you visit is to watch a movie about it. Film directors are experts at finding the best views, and these aren't necessarily the most popular sights. Possibly...
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May 26, 2013

Where Beethoven's funeral took place

Built between 1685 and 1727, Dreifaltigkeitskirch - or Church of the Holy Trinity - is located just slightly off the beaten path and is therefore less popular with tourists. However, the lovely...
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Dec 26, 2012

A vistit to Vienna's Cemetery: the Zentralfriedhof

The Zentralfriedhof (Central Cemetery) is Vienna's main cemetery and the final resting place of some really famous Viennese people. It's a very large cemetery and a bit off city. Make sure you go...
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Dec 02, 2012

Karl Lueger church.

This time we entered the "Dr.-Karl-Lueger-Gedächtniskirche" and were surprised because it is an interesting and certainly imposing monumental ensemble. It is a unique cemetery church created by Max...
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Sep 17, 2012

Central Cemetery

Central Cemetery, the largest cemetery in Austria and Europe's second largest cemetery, was opened in 1874. It has an area of 2.5 sq.mi. In 1907-10 was build the Karl- Lueger-Kirche, the Art...
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Jun 09, 2012

Zentralfriedhof - Tombes des compositeurs.

This long tip was written in French and separately in English at a time where VT limited the number of characters.Rien de tel par une belle journée ensoleillée que de visiter cet immense cimetière...
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Apr 09, 2011

The main cemetery

A lot of graves of famous persons- I saw graves of musicians and painters! I didn't find the writers...To see the graves of Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Strauss and others, you have to walk...
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Feb 01, 2008

Beethoven, Mozart, Bruckner, but above all Strauss

When you want to get in touch with Vienna's rich musical past, you can of course go to the Opera or Burgtheater or one of many other concerts that are organised throughout town for the many tourists....
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Nov 20, 2007

Central Cemetery: Composers' Graves

Zentralfriedhof or Central Cemetery is huge. Many notable Austrians are buried here and words cannot express how massive the place is. Among those buried here are the composers Gluck, Beethoven,...
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Jul 20, 2007

A cemetery with more Dead than Living Vienese

I walked about Vienna's Zentralfreidhoff in search of Schubert and Beethoven's final resting places. I had no map and it took me 2 hours walking through the cold Vienna snow. But I was relieved when I...
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Mar 07, 2006
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Things to Do Near Zentralfriedhof - Central Cemetary

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Heeresgeschichtliches Museum Wien -Museum of Military History

Construction of Vienna Arsenal started after the Revolution of 1848 in 1849 by new young Emperor Franz Joseph I. Two teams of architects were designing the project; one comprised Eduard Van Der Null...
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Belvedere Palace & Gardens

on a Vienna revisit on December of 2016, I got the chance to see the Belvedere Gardens and it's Palace. at the back of the Gardens is a Panoramic View of Saint's Stephen Cathedral and the old...
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Vienna Sightseeing Tours

To get an overview of the many, many historic buildings in Vienna we had booked a city tour. Again with Vienna Sightseeing Tours, even though I didn't have the best impression of them, (see my tourist...
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Haus Wittgenstein

this unique building is constructed by ludwig wittgenstein, the famous viennese philosopher. it is much more interesting than the cheesy hundertwasserhouse and only some meters away from it. so if you...
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It is a landmark monument a little walk from the Belvedere palace. Situated on the Schwarzenbergplatz close to the Hochstrahlbrunnen fountain it was built in 1945 by the Soviet army to commemorate the...
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Wiener Konzerthaus

We were lucky enough to obtain tickets for a performance of Mahler's 3rd Symphony by the Weiner Symphonica Orchestra. Unfortunately we only saw the first 3 movements as we had mistaken the dates for...
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Getting to Zentralfriedhof - Central Cemetary


Simmeringer Hauptstraße 234, 1110 Wien


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