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Palace
“Schönbrunn Palace is one of Austria’s most important cultural assets, and since the 1960s has been one of Vienna’s major tourist attractions.”
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Mercado
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“Europe's largest grocery market, lots of options for breakfast/lunch/dinner”
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Boate
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“Bigger than NY's Central Park, lots to do and see + great amusement park with great rides!”
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Sapataria
“All Finesse people go there for shopping. Its a long street full of shops. ”
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Museu de Arte
“A visit to these marble halls, painstakingly decorated with frescoes and gold leaf, is an extraordinary experience. Between the KHM and its mirror the Natural History museum, a statue of Maria Theresia watches over the treasures within,From a vast coin collection and unforgettable pieces of ancient Egyptian and Greek art, to rooms dedicated to great European masters, it's a treasure trove of art history. You'll find Roger van der Weyden's Crucifixion triptych, a Memling altarpiece, and Janvan Eyck's portrait of Cardinal Albergati. The picture gallery takes visitors through 16th- and 17th-century works by German, Dutch, Flemish, and Italian greats. Among them, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Van Dyck, and Dürer.”
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Palace
“This one of most attractive and historical places in the world. I highly recommended it to visit ”
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Museu de Arte
“Monet? Picasso? Or Warhol? The collections are changing every 3-6 months, but there is always an intresting one. Directly in the city center - definitely worth it if you are into art. ”
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Igreja
“Located at the very heart of Vienna, you won't be able to miss the Stephansdom (St. Stephens cathedral or "Steffl", as the locals call it). There are nice guided walking tours where you can see the catacombs underneath and take a lift up the rooftop - great!”
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Palace
“This used to be the "working place" of emperor Franz Joseph II. The place can be visited now and also houses some nice museums such as e.g. a Sissi (empress Elisabeth) museum and the treasure collection of the Habsburg family.”
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Opera House
“Vienna State Opera The Vienna State Opera began construction in 1861, being completed in 1869. It is located in the centre of the city on the Ringstrasse (central ring road). It has a reputation throughout the world for its excellent performances. It is also the main venue of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Being a place well known for its impressive musical and operatic history, a visit to Vienna would not be complete without a visit to the opera! The building itself is equally impressive, boasting stunning vaulted ceilings and an ornate marble staircase in front of the main entrance.”
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Museum
“Travelling with kids? Our little one really loves this place and especially the dinosaur department with a gigantic moving and roaring T-Rex ”
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Igreja
“This monolithic structure stands proud in the Stephensplatz and has been the most important church in Vienna and Austria since its construction. The beauty of this building is undeniable and its huge tower dominates the Vienna skyline and stands as the tallest church tower in Austria. Everything about St Stephen’s Cathedral oozes opulence – From the Romanesque and Gothic design of the exterior, to the dominating pointed tower, and the intricately decorated main roof complete with hundreds of coloured tiles forming an intriguing pattern. Inside the church there are a total of 18 altars, several smaller chapels, and even some tombs and catacombs. As an iconic building of Vienna, St Stephens cannot be missed!”
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Praça de Pedestres
“The famous Austrian shopping street from the Opera to St. Stevens Cathedral”
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Zoo
“The Tiergarten Schönbrunn is the oldest zoo in the world . It was founded in 1752 by Emperor Francis I Stephen of Lorraine, and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Schönbrunn . Five times in a row it was honored as the best zoo in Europe.”
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Parque
“Great wide-open park; good for jogging, playing ball, all sports or just lazying the day away. Lots of beer gardens, etc.”
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Aquarium
“You will love this special place. Totally worht it to go there. and simple to reach from the flat”
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