Visit the museums
Get to grips with art and culture.
Vienna is a city celebrated for its cultural institutions, and it offers a variety of museums. Music fans can head to Mozarthaus to learn about the 18th century composer, history enthusiasts can visit the Imperial Treasury, and arts fanatics shouldn't miss the Leopold Museum, where they can see a collection of renowned works by Viennese artists such as Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.
See Vienna's top attractions
Don't miss the must-sees.
Cruise the Danube
For a new perspective on the city.
Listen to classical music
Where better than Vienna?
With its reputation for producing world-class composers from Johann Strauss to Franz Schubert, Vienna is a must-visit city for music enthusiasts. To experience Vienna's strong musical legacy, attend a classical concert at one of the city's esteemed venues, such as the Musikverein or the Schönbrunn Palace.
Enjoy ferris wheel views
Take to new heights in Vienna.
For a not-so-typical city view, hop on the giant ferris wheel (or Riesenrad) in Prater park for a loop over the city. Rising more than 210 feet (64 meters), the ferris wheel offers great views of the attraction-packed Prater amusement park and city vistas that reach all the way to old town.
Explore the Schönbrunn Palace
For a dash of Viennese royalty.
No other building in this elegant city quite measures up to Vienna's most celebrated imperial attraction, the Schönbrunn Palace. This sprawling estate was once the summer residence of the Habsburgs and today offers visitors the chance to wander halls once reserved for royals.
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