Plan a trip to Vienna and visit the famous landmark, Karlskirche, a Baroque church from the 18th century.
Johann Fischer von Erlach designed and built this magnificent church as well as the Schonbrunn Palace, and some other famous landmarks in Austria.
Inside St. Charles’s Church, there is a lovely little museum for visitors to enjoy and discover the Saint’s clothes as well as some religious art.
St Charles’s Church was built in the early 18th century in dedication to Saint Charles Borromeo right outside Vienna’s walls.
The St. Charles Church in Vienna is one of the city's top 10 landmarks and one of the most visited tourist attractions in Austria.
Once you enter the St. Stephen’s Cathedral, you feel as though you have entered a sanctuary off earth.
It truly is a spectacular monument still standing after so many years.
There is a lovely little pond that usually is filled with ducks surrounded by beautiful lush green grass for visitors to sit and lie back on or feed the animals in and around the water.
Otto Wagner Pavillon in Karlsplatz used to be Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station railways.
This historic landmark is a major tourist attraction in Vienna.
If you plan a trip to Vienna, you will learn that Saint Charles helped people who suffered from the plague in Rome; St Charles’s Church was built in dedication to him.
Karlskirche, the most beautiful Baroque style church in the city of Vienna, was built in the 18th century and took just over 20 years to be completed!
St Stephen’s Cathedral is built having a very medieval and gothic look in architecture style and design.
It is one of Vienna’s most renowned historic attractions.
Vienna has many shopping malls located all over the city for everyone to enjoy and explore!
Buy a lovely dress from one of your favourite European shops and wear it one evening to dinner at the local Viennese restaurant down the street!