The Hofburg was the old home of the Habsburgs, one of the most important royal imperial families in Vienna.
Saint George kills the Dragon in this incredibly detailed statue monument in Vienna while the public admire their surroundings.
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.
After having a lovely lunch at one of the local restaurant on Ringstrasse, we happened upon a lovely massive marble fountain with detailed sculptures and unique artwork in front a government building.
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.
You will commonly see gold toned statues and structures around the imperial buildings of Vienna.
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.
You can find many interesting and elaborate statues when you are on vacation touring the streets of Vienna.
The Burggarten is situated near the Hofburg Palace, the Vienna State Opera House, and the famous museums on Maria Theresien Platz.
Release your stress and find yourself at ease at the Burggarten after a long day at the office.
You can enjoy a good book on one of the comfortable wooden benches.
The Hofburg Palace was the former imperial house of the royals in Vienna and has the famous Burggarten as a park to visit open to the public year-round.