What To See In Vienna Austria

Wondering what to see in Vienna? Many of Vienna’s attractions serve as reminders of its rich past, making it a shining example of a city that values its heritage. Vienna values art, delectable cuisine, classical music, and breathtaking architecture. Here are our recommendations:

Schloß Schönbrunn

The Schönbrunn Palace, originally built in 1696 as a hunting lodge, subsequently evolved into the lavish residence of the Habsburgs, one of Austria’s most admired royal families. The palace is currently accessible to the general public. Before taking a leisurely stroll through the grounds, take a tour of the Habsburg family’s residences, stopping by the Hall of Ceremonies and the Mirror Room. Make sure you add the Palace to your What to See in Vienna list.

Cathedral of St. Stephen

The most beloved building in Vienna is this breathtakingly magnificent cathedral. With its origins dating back to the 12th century, this Gothic church boasts a richer past than one could ever imagine.

It withstood a Turkish assault in 1683, welcomed mourners to pay their respects to Amadeus Mozart, and hosted Napoleon’s farewell address in 1805. Additionally, the building withstood two attacks during World War II, further emphasizing its resilience and historical significance.

Kunsthistorics  Museum

The impressive collection of works in this museum of fine arts was produced by some of the greatest artists who have ever lived. The walls of the museum are covered with artwork by Titian, Van Dyke, Velasquez, and Rubens.


Hundreds of vendors set up shop in the biggest market near the Naschmarkt every Monday through Friday. The Wieden District’s outdoor market offers a wide selection of regional fresh fruit, dairy goods, and meats. After inhaling all the mouthwatering aromas, you may even take a seat at one of the charming restaurants or cafes to satisfy your appetite.


The Tiergarten, currently regarded as the oldest zoo in the world, first opened its doors as an exotic menagerie in 1752. There are over 9,000 animals in this unusual zoo. If you are looking for something different, add this to your what to do in Vienna list.

The House of Music

This tiny museum represents some of the most well-known composers in the city, including Mozart, Beethoven, Mahler, Haydn, and Strauss. Visitors can walk through all the displays to discover the principles of how humans perceive sound and to experience reading manuscripts and listening to sound clips created by the featured musicians in the museum.

The Vienna State Opera

Located in the center of Vienna, is one of the city’s most cherished performing arts venues. To see all the grandeur and wonder of the magnificent opera house,  schedule a 40-minute guided tour.

Vienna’s MuseumsQuartier

One of the world’s largest and most spectacular collections of museums is housed in this cultural institution. You may find the works of everyone from Leopold to Andy Warhol right outside the Ringstrasse. There is so much to see and learn, so dedicate a day to your trip!

Schloss Hofburg

There are many wonderful sights at this palace from the thirteenth century. To have a genuinely royal experience, you’ll need to stay for most of the day. Don’t miss the Swiss Court and the Imperial Apartments!

Belvedere House

A lovely garden designed in the French style of the 17th century connects two palaces to form the Belvedere Palace. The distinctive Baroque architecture and the genuine Austrian artworks on show are not to be missed.

The Judenplatz Museum

This charming museum demonstrates how Jews in Vienna contributed significantly to the growth of Vienna. It was formerly known as the Jewish Ghetto in the thirteenth century. One of the biggest synagogues ever to exist is now this museum.

Now that you are aware of some of these unique experiences, Vienna must sound even more appealing. Will you be adding these to your What to See in Vienna list?

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