On Rathausplatz, you will be attracted to this lovely grand building with a gothic architecture and two tall towers.
This building is one of Vienna's most visited landmarks and is the Old City Hall.
In the entrance of the Rathaus building, you will be amazed and wowed by the amount of detail and effort put into the completion and architecture of this building!
The Vienna City Hall is where the mayor and the governor of Vienna, as well as the city’s council and assembly are seated.
Votivkirche was built in the 19th century in dedication to Franz Joseph, the Austrian Emperor who was a victim of a failed assassination three years prior to the construction.
The Rathausplatz in winter features the most exciting outdoor activities consisting of ice skating around the perimeters as well as many shops and stands around the square!
Visiting the Rathausplatz in winter was one of the most memorable experiences I have been a part of!
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.
Make sure to visit the New City Hall, Rathaus, in Vienna with your family this winter for an amazing and fun experience.
There are many activities that children can enjoy in Vienna’s Rathausplatz, especially in winter!
They can go ice skating with you!
Visit the ice skating rink in front of the city’s top tourist attraction, the City Hall for a truly remarkable and fun experience!
During the winter holiday, Vienna features a magnificent ice rink for the public to enjoy during their free time.