If you're coming to Vienna this is one for the list of places to visit. Impressive and well maintained building stuffed with history
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I can't think of one "old building' in Vienna that isn't worth a photoshoot (or ten). Walk or bike or Segway around town to see the various sights!
We took a tour with an English-speaking guide; it lasted around an hour, but did not cover many rooms, however it was very cheap, especially for seniors. The building itself is superb in Greek neo-classic style to symbolise democracy. We understand the building is to...More
Beautiful building with great architecture for families to visit while visiting Vienna. A must see even if viewing just from the outside. Minor construction around the building but still worth the visit. Great photo opportunities for great memories.
The building is really impressive but we were disappointed from the Public guided tour as it a Bilingual tour in German and English so the guide speaks so fast that it's hard to understand all the information.
Got a great bargain on our visit as work was being done on a couple of rooms we got a discount and being over 60 I also got in free. The tour-guide was amusing and informative and told us about the different assembly and meeting...More
Great features representing Greek democracy and Roman republicanism. I felt like I was transported to ancient times.
This is a very impressive building which we only viewed from the outside. I think there are tours available but we didn't do this.
This place has guided tour which provides the good overview about the history of Austrian politics. it is the place attached during WWII but it is renovated nicely.
The 1861 Austrian Parliament building is just off the Ringstrasse and near the City Hall [Rathaus]. A few years ago when I was in Vienna some works were obviously in progress and the building is now looking most majestic.