The Burgtheater is known to be one of the most significant theatres in the world that features plays in the German language.
It is often referred to as die Burg by the Viennese locals.
The 18th century Burgtheater was badly damaged during a bombing as well as a surprise fire in the year 1945.
About 10 years later, reconstruction began to restore the theater to its former glory.
I would definitely recommend my friends who have not been to Vienna to visit the wonderful city during their vacation for a truly wonderful once in a lifetime experience.
You can enjoy a lovely warm afternoon in the Burggarten park in Vienna with your fiancé and plan a picnic on the lush green grass.
Visiting Vienna this winter was truly a magnificent and exceptional experience that I got to be part of and I would definitely go again!
The Hofburg Imperial Palace is now housing the official Austrian president in the center of Vienna.
Take a tour of the Imperial Hofburg Palace and the entire surrounding area on a horse and carriage ride awaiting your arrival.
Hofburg Theatre also known as Burgtheater is one of Vienna's top tourist attractions and was also the imperial court theatre.
A popular tourist attraction in Vienna is the Sisi Museum on Hofburg, where you can find pictures of the late Empress Elisabeth as well as some of her more personal articles on display in the exhibit.
The Viennese War Ministry on Stubenring features General Radetzky in front of their building.
He is the most famous army commander in chief in early 19th century Austria.
The outer hallways of the Rathaus' porch-like entrance even have a place for you to sit to take a break from all your sight seeing!
The Burgtheater was known as the Hofburg Theater until the early 20th century.
This beautiful building was built in the mid-18th century and reflects traditional Viennese culture.