You can admire this lovely tower clock of the Rathaus building in Vienna.
It has beautiful gold hands with roman numerals and has a background of a sizzling yellow sun.
Tourists can visit Vienna in summer or in winter and be content, because there are exciting events held at Vienna City Hall year-round.
Visit the ice skating rink in front of the city’s top tourist attraction, the City Hall for a truly remarkable and fun experience!
Go into the popular tourist destination, Heldenplatz through the Äußeres Burgtor Gate in Vienna!
Visiting the Rathausplatz in winter was one of the most memorable experiences I have been a part of!
On Ringstrasse, there are two ice rinks set up for the public's enjoyment and entertainment during the winter season in the center of Vienna.
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 Burggarten is open to the public year-round between 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the evening, however between November and March it closes at 7 p.m. (in winter).
This isn't the place where Mozart was buried but this lovely garden is surrounded by museum, restaurant, and even a palace!
Next to the famous Strauss statue in Stadtpark, there is a symbol of friendship between Austria and Japan written in their native languages.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a very famous Austrian writer and his statue stands in the lovely Burggarten park.
Äußeres Burgtor is the main entrance archway to Heldenplatz and reads FRANCISCVS. I. IMPERATOR. AVSTRIAE. MDCCCXXIV at the top.