In 2014 Mercer’s survey of the world’s top 221 cities showed that Vienna had the world’s best city for the seventh time in a row. But this is one of many things that fascinated tourists and attracted them to visit the Austrian capital. As one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, Vienna offers visitors an exciting blend of entertainment and creativity, tradition and modernity, art and fun.
The palace was built about 300 years ago. The palace was the summer residence of the Caesar, where the wife of Tsar Elisabeth, famous for Sisi, spent her first marriage. During the previous century, the children of Tsar Maria Teresa took 16 of the rooms, halls and corridors of this palace as a playground.
The cesarean family was allowed to enter this maze only once, and today it is fun to visit. If you look at the corners, you will notice the 12 signs of zodiac. When you find your way out of the maze you can climb on a particular building and watch the wandering people inside the maze. If you’re looking for an adventure, you’ll be connected directly to the maze, where you can climb on columns that make sounds, docks, intelligence games and water games. There are also 14 fun and daring game stations with advanced equipment for both adults and children at Labyrinthikon Stadium.
The Hofburg Palace is a palace located in Vienna, Austria. The Hofburg Imperial Palace now serves as the official residence of the President of Austria.
The palace was the winter residence of the President while Schonbrunn Palace was his favorite summer residence.
From 1438 to 1583 AD and from 1612 AD to 1806 AD, the seat of the kings and emperors of the Holy Roman Empire was the seat of the Emperor of Austria until 1918.
In the palace there were some of the most powerful figures in European and Austrian history, including the Habsburg dynasty, to the rulers of the Austrian Empire of Hungary.
The Hovburg region has been the seat of the Government since 1279 for various empires and republics, and has expanded over the centuries to include:
(Hauptbahlje), the Imperial Library (Hofpliothek, now the Bronxal), the Schatzkammer, the National Theater (Burgtheater), the equestrian school (Hofricholi), the horse stables (Stalborg) Hoofstalungen) and the Congress Center of Hofburg.
The surroundings of the palace include cafes, restaurants, squares and parks, to enjoy an imperial march in history, including art and luxury.
St. Stephen’s Cathedral
The most important religious buildings in Vienna, the most beautiful and luxurious, because of the rare treasures of art is not just a church for slaves; it is a logo and a symbol of the identity of Austria and the Mother Church of the Evangelist in Vienna.
Stephen’s Cathedral was founded in the world in 1137 AD and was named after St. Stephen 10 years later in 1147. The Roman cathedral was built on the land of ancient Roman tombs where more than 2000 Roman tombs were discovered. Carbon analysis revealed that it dates back to the 4th century AD.
The height of the cathedral’s towers is 136 meters high and the local population is called the Stefel name, compared to Stephen, the south tower and the highest elevation 136 meters, where it took 65 years and is an important location to see Vienna from the top in a panoramic view. It was supposed to be a replica of the southern tower but the remaining space in the church did not help the gothic engineer to carry out what he planned to become the height of the tower 68 meters.
The Cathedral of Stephen has its main part on 18 altars and the two oldest altars in the cathedral are the High Altar and the Neustadt of Vienna and the unique pieces of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. The Mother of Jesus Christ is also a masterpiece of Gothic art where the hymns can be heard which was used by the worshipers better and was used in the days before the invention of electric amplifiers and on the stone facade carved pictures of three saints. The Cathedral of Stephen includes unique pieces of art, paintings and beauty in the design made it one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Vienna to become one of the most important monuments Aahih in Austria.
The cathedral is located on Stephen or Stephans Square in Vienna, capital of Austria.
Monday to Saturday: 6am to 10pm.
Sunday and public holidays: from 7 am to 10 pm.
The card holder has free access.
The boarding fee of the tower is 40 to 50 euros.
Special entrance fees are from 15 to 25 Euros.
The Museum of the History of Arts or the Museum of Fine Arts, which is one of the most important museums in Austria and the world. It dates back to the history of the arts with rare collections from the Paranoiac era until the 18th century. It is located in the main museum building which opened to the public in 1891 and the rest is displayed in more than one place in Vienna, making the visit to the museum a chance to get to know different destinations in Vienna.
The main building contains parts of the ancient Egyptians and the nearby civilizations, as well as a collection of Greek and Roman antiquities and a collection of oil paintings, which are the largest in the world, a large part of which dates back to the Renaissance and the collection of historical coins, metal and paper, medals and ranks. The historical library contains 256,000 volumes.
The road of the ring is one of the most important streets in Vienna as we mentioned earlier, as it is a main street, which contains inside the heart of Vienna, which is walking in the direction that corresponds to the clock and it is also noteworthy that this street contains a range of sectors, There is also a car park and there is also a Chubert ring and there are also several ways, which are the most important of which are the Ring Road, the Burj Ring Road, the Alabra Ring Road, the Dr. Karl Reiner Ring Road, and the Dr. Karl Luger Ring Road. The street also has a Scottish subway station, It is also worth mentioning that this road route of the ring has been completed by the Franz Joseph Kay Road, which is famous for being along the famous Danube colored river, which connects the many European countries picturesque, which is the most important country Germany and the state of Ukraine and of course passes from the city of Vienna in Austria.
It is also worth mentioning that this famous fort was located in the Ring Street during the reign of the famous European Emperor Franz Joseph Kai, which was in the nineteenth century AD, from 1858 to 1865 AD, A number of historical structures have been built along the way. The construction dates back to the latter half of the 19th century, which was followed by one of the most important international designs, which are beautiful and distinctive. This design was later known as the design of the ring road , And it is known that the ring road reaches about four kilometers in length, but about the width of this road, it reaches about more than seven and fifty meters.
It is also worth mentioning that when the opening of the ring road was announced, the government sponsored a number of large celebrations which were held on the first day of May, which was in 1865 AD, In the city of Vienna, and the famous artist Hans Markt, a large procession consisting of about ten thousand participants was to celebrate the couple of empires, which was the day of the anniversary of their marriage, which have completed the passage of about twenty-five Almost a year ago this was specifically in 1879 J.
The Belvedere Palace is a historic building consisting of two Baroque palaces, the upper and the lower is orange. The palace has stables. It was the residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy and the seat of the Habsburg family during the reign of the Austrian Empire and built by Prince Savoy after his success in defeating the Ottomans.
Upper Belvedere: Daily from 10:00 until 18:00
Lower Belvedere: Daily from 10:00 until 18:00, except Wednesday until 21:00
Palace Stables: Daily from 10:00 until 21:00
Winter Palace: Daily from 10:00 until 18:00
21er Haus: Friday to Sunday from 11:00 to 18:00, Wednesday and Thursday from 11:00 until 21:00
For adults over 18 years: EUR 30
For seniors above 60 years: EUR 25.50
For children under 18 years old: free of charge
Students under 26 years: 25.50 euros
Groups over 10 people: EUR 27