The elaborate tall towers of St Stephen’s Cathedral are hard to miss when shopping in the center of Vienna’s old town.
Inside and out, Stephansdom, Vienna’s most famous and well-preserved edifice, reflects the city’s elegance and creativity.
Underneath this glorious statue lies a building holding one of the best tourist information centers in Vienna.
Hotel Regina in Vienna has a wonderful location allowing tourists to reach the city’s top sites and monuments on foot!
Order up breakfast in bed in the morning before you start your journey in Vienna.
While walking around Rathausplatz, you will come across this outstanding statue of Leopold Karl von Kollonitsch
The Venus of Willendorf lies in Vienna’s Natural History Museum. It is a statue of a female from 24000-22000 BCE made of Oolitic limestone.
St Charles's Church is very highly valued by Vienna as well as tourists who are visiting Austria on vacation!
It is sometimes known to be more popular than St Stephen’s Cathedral, one of Austria’s most renowned landmarks.
The Empress Maria Theresa is a renowned public figure in Austria having ruled for 40 years as well as taken care of her sixteen children!
Guided tours are available to visitors who want to view the interior of this magnificent government building every day!
This impressive monument attracts tourists from around the world boosting tourism in Vienna greatly.
If you visit St Charles’s Church, you can take the elevator up into the lovely dome and witness the lavish frescoes painted by Michael Rottmeyr at a closer range.
You can find some of the rarest antiquities and artworks at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in central Vienna when you are on tour in Europe.