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  • MAK: Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art

    The Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art focuses on the importance of design, and its holdings include furniture, china, and textiles d... More
  • Mozarthaus Vienna

    Mozart lived in the grand rooms of this Vienna apartment longer than any other place, from 1784 to 1787. The composer's former residence is the las... More
  • Museum of Fine Arts Vienna

    Also known as the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts is the twin of the  Naturhistorisches Museum directly across Maria Theresien-Pl... More
  • MuseumsQuartier

    The complex includes the Architekturzentrum Wien; the Leopold Museum; the Museum Moderner Kunst; the Kunsthalle Wien; and more. More
  • Musikverein

  • Naschmarkt

    Stick to the northern end for farmer produce and fancy offerings, including Gegenbauer, with casks of homemade oils and vinegars, and Alles Seife’s... More
  • Natural History Museum

    Originally commissioned by Emperor Franz Josef I of Austria-Hungary to house the Habsburgs' vast art collection, the Naturhistorisches (Natural His... More
  • Onyx Bar

    Situated on the sixth floor of the Do & Co Hotel, the space has windows about 30 feet high looking straight across Stephansplatz at the tiled roof ... More
  • Post Office Savings Bank

    Otto Wagner's seminal 1906 architectural triumph is now a museum. Its glazed double-vaulted ceiling was a major innovation. More
  • Prater Amusement Park

    Although world famous, the Riesenrad isn't the only thing consistently drawing crowds to Vienna's amusement park. Yes, the 200-foot ferris wheel wo... More
  • Schönbrunn Palace

    A prominent tourist attraction in Schlosspark since the 1960's, the former summer residence of the Hapsburgs is a true Baroque palace. Within its l... More
  • Staatsoper

    Centrally located in Vienna's Innere Stadt district, the Wiener Staatsoper is one of the city's most photographed structures. Completed in 1869, th... More
  • Tanzschule Elmayer Dance School

    The Tanzschule Elmayer Dance School was established in 1919 by Willy Elmayer von Vestenbrugg, a former officer of the Austrian Imperial Army. The s... More
  • The Demel

    The confectionary-bakery’s specialties (such as rhubarb strudel) have been served for 200 years. More

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