The Hofburg Palace is one of Vienna's most famous landmarks in the heart of the city and many tourists enjoy their visit to this lovely square when on vacation.
The Hofburg Palace is known by all to be the original imperial residence of Austria and is one of the top 10 sites in Vienna for tourism.
Stop by the national library if you want to expand your knowledge even further on history and culture.
It is also one of Vienna's most famous landmarks!
There is an incessant flow of visitors coming to Vienna’s renowned park, the Stadtpark.
It houses the famous Strauss statue and a beautiful lake for the public to admire.
Der Zeit ihre Kunst, der Kunst ihre Freiheit which translates to "To every age its art, to every art its freedom", is inscribed on the dome of the Secession Hall Building.
This magnificent structure features exhibitions since the late 19th century.
Archduke Charles of Austria is one of the most famous field marshals of the country and his statue on a horse was built in his memory in Hofburg.
The Heldenplatz is a popular plaza located on Hofburg in Vienna in central Austria.
It costs about 8 euros to tour Karlskirche in Vienna; a very reasonable price considering you get to witness the elaborate frescoes painted on the interior of the magnificent high dome!
Tourists particularly enjoy visiting Vienna’s most renowned museum and one of the most important art museums in Europe and possibly the world – the Kunsthistorisches Museum.
You can find the Sogenannte Saliera at the Art History Museum in Vienna.
This work of art is greatly admired by the public who visit the museum.
Bratina (Verbrüderungsschale) was sculpted by an unknown artist from Moscow.
It has pearls, rubies, emeralds, gold, and sapphires all over.
The Holy Roman Empire Coat Of Arms is found on the Hofburg Castle in Vienna for all tourists to admire when touring the beautiful city.