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.
This isn't the place where Mozart was buried but this lovely garden is surrounded by museum, restaurant, and even a palace!
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 beautifully constructed gymnasium was built in the 19th century featuring the old Austrian coat of arms with the two-headed eagle.
One of the top 10 sights to see in Vienna would definitely include the Burggarten right next to the Hofburg Palace.
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).
In Vienna's Burggarten, you can relax and enjoy your calm surroundings.
You get to see Hofburg Palace as well in its glory.
Throughout Vienna, you will find many statues and monuments that were originally built in memory of Austria's most important people.
The Akademisches Gymnasium of Vienna lies on Beethovenplatz near the Ludwig van Beethoven Monument.
On Ringstrasse (Inner Stadt) in Wien, you can see the profound Austrian Parliament building. It is found in the heart of the city of Vienna and is available for touring for those who are interested!
You can find the famous statue of Mozart in the Burggarten behind the Hofburg Palace; this renowned monument is visited by thousands of people every year.