Wedding cake palaces, immaculate parks and a fascinating musical heritage, this truly is a unique city. One of the best ways to see the landmarks in Vienna is to take a Big Bus Tour, hopping off to explore the city when you wish.
The Emperor’s former hunting ground, this vast space is the oldest Baroque park in the city.
Two sumptuous palaces, glorious gardens and an art collection that’s truly unique. The Upper Belvedere is home to a ravishing collection of paintings by native son Gustav Klimt.
The architecture may be stunning, but that’s only one reason to visit. There’s always something going on, from ice-skating to regional food stalls.
Is it a palace, or a city in itself? The Hofburg has 18 separate wings, all designed by world-class architects of their day.