This isn't the place where Mozart was buried but this lovely garden is surrounded by museum, restaurant, and even a palace!
My last picture of the Mozart statue, I think it's enough to make you want to check it out if you pass by during your tour of the city.
The lovely bronze statue of Beethoven in Beethovenplatz, Vienna in front of the Akademisches Gymnasium which was built in the 19th century.
Next to the famous Strauss statue in Stadtpark, there is a symbol of friendship between Austria and Japan written in their native languages.
View the art of the church’s frescoes up close when visiting Karlskirche in Vienna on tour!
It is well worth the price and adds great value to the whole travel experience.
The neoclassical architecture style of the Art History Museum is so beautiful at night even though it is more prominent in the daylight!
The Palm House in the Burggarten in Vienna has a lovely cafe for visitors to sit and enjoy a meal whil touring the imperial area.
This male figure statue is fighting off a three headed dog in this truly spectacular monument on Hofburg Quarter near the Sisi Museum and the Imperial Apartments.
Burggarten is a lovely garden to visit when touring Vienna.
You can find a grand statue of Mozart in this delightful garden park in front of the Hofburg Palace.
Entrance to the Kunsthistorisches Museum is completely free to those who are under 19 years old!
As for the rest of us, we need to pay only 10 euros to see the wonderful works of art that lie within the bold doors.
In Vienna's Burggarten, you can relax and enjoy your calm surroundings.
You get to see Hofburg Palace as well in its glory.