Awesome! Make sure to go to the Silverware Museum, the Sisi Museum and the Imperial Apartments. Very memorable! You can walk by the riding stables - not sure yoou need to go in.
The palace itself is divided up in wings, and each wing has a little of everything. I'm sure it would take days to go through all the museums in each wing. We couldn't see all of them. We had already learned about the Habsburg family history when visiting their Schonbrunn residence the previous day, so we decided not to partake... More
I cannot imagine how marvellous could be in proper Summer with all the colours of the flowers...is a great building and has got an marvellous garden which is very cleaned and well kept.Many compliments
We selected the view state apartments with audio guide only, as by this time we were saturated in Austrian history and culture, yet it was fascinating to learn about the misunderstood Empress Elizabeth and her struggle to cope with the royal demands imposed on her from the tender age of 16. She was so advanced in her dietary and exercise... More
Good value and very interesting. Part of the Silver collection display was not done too well, some cabinets just seemed to have too much stacked in them more a store cupboard than a display case
The palace complex was great and I loved the audioguided tour through the Imperial apartments. I did not know about the history and legend of Sissi before this visit and found her story to be fascinating.
We bought a combination ticket that covered the Imperial apartments, the Sisi Museum, a furniture museum which they were a bit vague about how to find - not near the Hofburg - and SchoenBrunn Palace - which you can cover on multiple days. The Sisi Museum is overwhelming - you get jaded just walking through looking at more and more... More
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