Vienna

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Schönbrunn  Palace
9
Schloss Schönbrunn & Around
8 reviews
Schönbrunn became Maria Theresa's sumptuous summer residence with aspirations to rival Versailles. — Michelin Guide
Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
9
The Museum District & Neubau
7 reviews
A magnificent palace built to house the vast collections of fine art that the Habsburgs had obtained throughout the centuries. — The Telegraph
Belvedere Museum
9
Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt
7 reviews
Numerous works by Klimt (including his masterpiece, The Kiss), Egon Schiele, and Oskar Kokoschka. — Travel + Leisure
Spanish Riding School
9
Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
7 reviews
The world-famous Spanish Riding School (Spanische Hofreitschule) is a Viennese institution truly reminiscent of the imperial Habsburg era. — Lonely Planet
St. Stephen's Cathedral
9
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
Austrian National Library
9
Inner City
6 reviews
Mozart performed here regularly at the Sunday matinees of Baron Gottfried van Swieten. — Fodor's
Sigmund Freud Museum
8
Alsergrund & the University District
8 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
Albertina
8
Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
6 reviews
Twenty-one Habsburg staterooms, such as the Hall of the Muses, are decorated with Albertina Gold, which is gold leaf made with a blend of gold, copper, and silver alloys. — Travel + Leisure
MuseumsQuartier Wien
8
The Museum District & Neubau
8 reviews
The complex includes the Architekturzentrum Wien; the Leopold Museum; the Museum Moderner Kunst; the Kunsthalle Wien; and more. — Travel + Leisure
Mozarthaus Vienna
8
Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
6 reviews
Happy period of his life... he composed The Marriage of Figaro in this house. — Michelin Guide
Natural History Museum (Naturhistorisches Museum)
8
The Museum District & Neubau
6 reviews
Beautiful Austrian natural history museum with carved ceilings and row after row of ancient taxidermy.  — Atlas Obscura
Museum of Applied Arts
8
Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
5 reviews
Of special interest here is a rich collection of tapestries, some from the 16th century, and the most outstanding assemblage of Viennese porcelain in the world. — Frommer's
Leopold Museum
8
Neubau
5 reviews
Mid- and early-20th-century modern art is housed here, in a limestone, light-filled cube with an excellent café of the same name. — Travel + Leisure
Wiener Staatsoper
8
Inner City
5 reviews
Home to the State Opera, the house stages other music and dance events. — Frommer's
Secession Building
8
Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
5 reviews
Come here if for no other reason than to see Gustav Klimt's Beethoven Frieze, a 30m-long (98-ft.) visual interpretation of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. — Frommer's
Prater
8
Leopoldstadt
4 reviews
Although world famous, the Riesenrad isn't the only thing consistently drawing crowds to Vienna's amusement park. — Travel + Leisure
St. Charles's Church
8
Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt
4 reviews
Inside, the apotheosis of the saint is illustrated by sumptuous frescoes in the vast dome. — Michelin Guide
Academy of Fine Arts
8
Inner City
4 reviews
The Academy includes a museum focusing on Old Masters. The collection is mainly of interest to specialists. — Fodor's
Kunst Haus Wien - Museum Hundertwasser
8
Schloss Belvedere to the Canal
5 reviews
A visit to the Kunst Haus Wien is a must-do when in Austria's capital. — Afar Magazine
Jewish Museum
8
Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre
4 reviews
This is the main museum tracing the history of Viennese Jewry. — Frommer's
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