At the heart of Vienna. I enjoyed visiting that place. It's also recommended yo ride a cart all around the place, that was a good experience.
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Absolutely overwhelming, a riot of architectural imagination! Redoutensaal is the perfect place for a concert, its acoustics is absolutely magnificent!
Visited Hofburg for the IAEA staff association ball in february 2016. It is a breathtaking venue for a ball. There are several larger halls such as the festsaal and he zeremoniensaal but also several smaller halls for a more intimate atmosphere (marie therese app 1-3...More
Just in the heart of the city,this large square has many things to offer to its visitors.Very nice place to walk down and enjoy the time while walking and seeing the others in this beautiful part of the city.Anybody visiting Vienna,will have a walk in...More
I work at this building fairly often and had a chance to see the inside from other point of view than regular people. It's a magnificent place full of history and beauty. I know that there are different museums and numerous events which are held...More
A wonderful square in Vienna. A super place for people watching and enjoying the day. This square, like so many places in Vienna, was build on such a grand scale that it doesn't feel too crowded. Even when it is packed with people, you can...More
The Hofburg palace definitely needs a visit. It's a great place to walk around. The museums are supposedly beautiful. I didn't visit them, because I don't enjoy museums unless they cater to a specific hobby of mine. It's a great place to take pictures and...More
It's part 3 of 3 of the Hofburg ticket (you can't buy them separately), together with Silver Collection and Sisi museum. After getting to know about Sisi you have a chance to visit both her and her husbands appartments. The free audiobook gives good info...More
Hofburg palace is a must see on many tour guides. One thing to point out is the guided tour of royal apartments and Sisi museum. We did not know much about these royal characters before we went there but the guide and museum was so...More