Architectural Buildings in Vienna

Top Architectural Buildings in Vienna, Austria

Architectural Buildings in Vienna

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  • Food_Travel_Junkies
    Montgomery, NJ20 contributions
    You just can’t miss this if you are in Vienna! The history is fascinating, the grounds are gorgeous, and the palace is just beautiful. Take the Grand Tour. It’s worth it.
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • Rasha
    236 contributions
    Beautiful views, wonderful historical buildings.
    Vienna has a good public transportation system so you can get there by metro or tram and explore by walking around
    We did the horse tour which was nice too for 50 euros
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Lesley B
    26 contributions
    This is very easy to visit as it is close the centre - you can walk in about 30 minutes or get the D tram from Karlskirche. Tickets can be purchased online on the day which saves queing at the ticket desk and are slightly cheaper. Upper and Lower Belvedere have separate entries (and tickets) - there is not much at the Lower Belvedere but worth a visit if you want to see the current exhibition. The gardens are free.
    Written May 10, 2022
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  • Rasha
    236 contributions
    I do appreciate majestic buildings such as the Rathaus, we stayed at hotel near by and the views where amazing
    You can also walk around in the neighborhood with many beautiful views and narrow European alleys
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Lesley B
    26 contributions
    Eight euro entry fee well spent. Its a great place to pop in to whilst touring the 'bigger' tourist spots or visiting the Albertina as its just next door. Its stunning to look at and very peaceful to wander around. The current exhibition of 'The Emperors Most Beautful Animals' is interesting and the paintings of the animals, birds and insects are exquisite.
    Written May 10, 2022
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  • Glyn E
    Hayling Island, UK2,771 contributions
    Love the Architecture. Love the Cafe.

    So always visit irrespective of what is on show. Caught a Martin Parr Exhibition a few years back.

    Thought When the Wind Blows was interesting, but a bit towards the "arty farty" school of Art.

    Hayling Seagoon
    Written March 27, 2022
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  • orlytModi_in
    Modiin, Israel867 contributions
    4 flights full of knowledge and activities all about music. Lovely museum and especially enjoyable for children. Not far from the center and open till 22:00 at night!
    Written January 7, 2022
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  • Mr_worldwide2
    45 contributions
    It’s a little way out of the centre but it’s defiantly worth taking the time to visit. It’s a cool place with a unique design. You may have to wait awhile until all the influencers and ‘gram stars’ have had their photoshoots if you’re hoping to get your own pictures.
    Written March 31, 2022
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  • Polo M
    Paris, France486 contributions
    When in Vienna, time to check out this small, compact imperial crypt with all the Habsburgs.
    It's a bit expensive for the entrance. You see lots of elegant coffins, some much bigger than others and a family tree.
    It's fairly small, took me about 30 minutes to complete it. The most popular one was Maximillian I of Mexico where you can see lots of Mexican gifts and honors.
    Written November 18, 2021
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  • Ionut
    Bucharest, Romania19 contributions
    Beautiful cafe with a nice view over the Schonbrunn. We enjoyed the walk up there and I can say that it was worth it. As everything was fully booked, we took the apfelstrudel to go and eat it on the stairs of Gloriette. It was a beautiful view over the Schonbrunn and its gardens. Recommend it if you go to Vienna and visit the palace!
    Written April 19, 2022
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  • Nebo
    Vienna, Austria52 contributions
    Originally built as a chapel for the Steinhoff Asylum patients, the church is a masterpiece designed by Otto Wagner who contracted the best available masters who designed glassworks, metalworks, fresco painting... At the time it was built the budget was not the problem and it was recently refurbished, cleaned and polished - so it is one of the best displays of the Viennese Secession one can see in Vienna nowadays. The Steinhoff Mental Health Asylum, located in a beautiful park on a hill above Vienna, with lavish flower-carpets covering landscaped slopes, looks more like a private Swiss-Alpes sanatorium than a mental hospital from the 19th century. One can only wander how human the Empire under Franz Josef must have been, to build such extravagant hospitals for its most vulnerable citizens. Check out opening times as the church is open only few hours a day!
    Written March 24, 2021
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  • David D
    London, UK6 contributions
    The inside is amazing too. And if you’re lucky the organist will be practising! Easy to miss if you’re rushing from one great site to another.
    Written April 30, 2022
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  • enruit
    The Hague, The Netherlands328 contributions
    If you like Hundertwasser you have to go there. Very well to travel to by U1. It is typical Hundertwasser euphoria that it gives you. Like the wonderful buildings he designed in Kansai, Japan colse to the airport.
    It would be better if Tripadvisor called it Hunderwasser Heating plant.
    Your children will like it, too.
    You only can look at it from the outside.
    Written October 31, 2019
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  • Sam
    Nuremberg, Germany11,264 contributions
    Used the HbF on the way to Bratislava. Everything was easy to understand. There are a few food spots around and help desk.
    Written October 12, 2021
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  • Grover R
    Pensacola, FL15,171 contributions
    The area of Vienna around the Nasmarket has some incredible buildings from the turn of the century when people designed with distinctive exteriors. This area is like the Eixample in Barcelona and the Gaudi of Vienna is Otto Wagner. This is a very cool building with flowers adorning the exterior. It also has intricate ironwork like a Guadi. Again if you like Art Nouveau architecture, you will want to visit these houses by Otto Wagner, amazing and beautiful.
    Written January 20, 2020
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