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The multifaceted metropolis is not only the capital but probably also the most famous city in Austria. The numerous sights and the special flair are doubtless reasons for Vienna being that famous. Best Western offers hotels ideally located in the centre of Vienna – perfect for a stay in this glamorous city.
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The magnificent palace surrounded by a giant well-groomed garden is one of Vienna’s major tourist attractions – which is not surprising due to its gorgeous appearance. If you ever want to feel like a princess or a prince this palace will be the right place for you to visit.
Austrian Parliament building
As Vienna is the capital of Austria the Parliament is also located there. Take your time to visit this beautiful place and perhaps to learn more about Austria and its government.
Vienna State Opera
The Vienna State Opera is one of the most famous Operas of the world. You can either attend an opera or just take part of a guided tour to have a look behind the scenes.
The Graben is one of the most famous streets in Vienna’s city centre. It’s known as a luxurious shopping street and forms the golden U of the trade of Vienna. Savour a trip to this glorious epicentre of shopping.
If you are interested in museums and historical buildings the Maria-Theresien-Platz will be the right place to visit for you. The Museumsquartier can be found here with the Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Art History. Besides the museums the well-groomed lawns and a beautiful fountain in front of the impressive building are wonderful to look at.
Prater of Vienna
The oldest amusement park is located in the midst of Vienna and is called “Wurstelprater”. The “Wurstelprater” is surrounded by the Prater, which is a big park of Vienna. The famous Giant Ferris Wheel can be found here as well as many other attractions – you should definitely not skip a trip to this park on your journey.
The wonderful Stephansdom is the landmark for Austria and a popular place to visit – from tourists as well as from native Austrians. The church is not only used as an attraction for sightseers but also for church services and ceremonies like marriages from people of public interest.