Vienna

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Schloss Schönbrunn & Around
9 reviews
Walk over the summer palace grounds in the heart of the Habsburg empire. Schonbrunn Palace is beautiful. — Afar Magazine
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The Museum District & Neubau
8 reviews
However short your stay in Vienna, you'll want to visit one of the greatest art collections in the world, that of the Kunsthistorisches Museum. — Fodor's
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Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt
7 reviews
The grand, but peaceful Belvedere is an unexpected find among the tall houses and busy streets of Vienna — Afar Magazine
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Alsergrund & the University District
9 reviews
The former private quarters and office of Dr. Sigmund Freud now hosts a museum housing the works of the founding father of psychoanalysis.  — Atlas Obscura
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Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
7 reviews
While Vienna has world-renowned ballets and operas, what really puts the city a step (or gallop) above the rest is its dancing horses. — Let's Go
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Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
7 reviews
Best galley/museum was definitely the 'Albertina' which houses a great collection. — Afar Magazine
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The Museum District & Neubau
9 reviews
A massive arts complex that houses 70 cultural institutions, including nine museums and galleries, one of which is the renowned contemporary art–focused Leopold Museum. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Inner City
6 reviews
Home to the State Opera, the house stages other music and dance events. — Frommer's
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Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
6 reviews
In 1897, 19 progressive artists swam away from the mainstream Künstlerhaus artistic establishment to form the Vienna Secession (Sezession). — Lonely Planet
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The Museum District & Neubau
7 reviews
The mirror image of the Kunst-Naturhistorisches Museum, on the other side of the statue of Maria Theresa, is the Naturhistorisches (Natural History Museum). — Concierge
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Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
6 reviews
MAK is devoted to craftsmanship and art forms in everyday life. — Lonely Planet
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Neubau
6 reviews
All eyes are invariably drawn to the artist's tortured depictions of nude mistresses, orgiastic self-portraits, and provocatively sexual couples, all elbows and organs. — Fodor's
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Leopoldstadt
5 reviews
Spread across 60 sq km, central Vienna's biggest park comprises woodlands of poplar and chestnut, meadows and tree-lined boulevards, as well as children's playgrounds, a swimming pool. — Lonely Planet
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Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
7 reviews
Commissioned in 1136 by Leopold IV and Reginmar, the Bishop of Passau, this Gothic cathedral with a colorful glazed-tile mosaic roof lies at the center of Vienna. — Concierge
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Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt
5 reviews
The Black Plague swept Vienna in 1713, and Emperor Charles VI vowed to build this church if the disease abated. — Frommer's
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Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt
5 reviews
Housed in an incongruously modern building at the east end of the Karlsplatz, this museum possesses Viennese historical artifacts and treasures. — Fodor's
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Landstraße
4 reviews
The oldest state museum in Vienna, this building was constructed from 1850 to 1856 and is a precursor to the Ringstrasse style. — Frommer's
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Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
4 reviews
No matter if you are looking for a memorable experience for your family or if you are an enthusiast yourself, the House of Music in Vienna will not disappoint. — Afar Magazine
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Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
6 reviews
What used to be a rather homely house museum has recently been transformed into a state-of-the-art interactive homage to Mozart's Vienna. — Concierge
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Inner City
5 reviews
The Academy includes a museum focusing on Old Masters. The collection is mainly of interest to specialists. — Fodor's
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