Best Vienna Honeymoon Activities

THE 10 BEST Honeymoon Things to Do in Vienna

Best Vienna Honeymoon Activities

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  • Jack Mutton
    Kettering, UK56 contributions
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    Came here for a visit with a friend and was blown away by how beautiful the place is. Its not just a big garden and a big palace, it feels like you're on a day out, there is so much to see within the grounds you could easily walk around all day.

    The gardens are stunning and have been looked after so well, including the palm house and desert house (extra fee about 12 euros to go in both) There is a Zoo here but we didnt visit it. The water feature towards the top of the hill is so beautiful and feels so grand. You can then walk up the hill (Fairly steep) to the archway where you can get food/drinks (free water point behind it)

    We came back again later that evening to the Orangery to see a Mozart/Strauss opera performance which was fantastic, would really recommend.

    If you are in Vienna get on the U4 (green) line and visit this place, its a great day out for free.
    Written May 22, 2024
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  • Ben F
    Bloomington, IN1,792 contributions
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    Whether it’s hopping the cafes and Christmas markets or living through history in the palaces and museums, you can’t go wrong in Vienna, probably the best city in Central Europe (each entitled to their own opinion, of course). I always felt safe and comfortable in this pedestrian-friendly, clean, welcoming place. The city center is larger than your Bruges or Salzburg, but that’s because Vienna really packs a punch for its size. Yet even while feeling sprawling, you still get this small-town charm that is missing in the likes of Lisbon or Amsterdam. I don’t know how to describe it.
    Written May 15, 2024
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  • slinkype
    Andover, UK168 contributions
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    Visited while the Christmas markets were outside. It’s got the most gorgeous cafe that we queued a long time for. Food wasn’t very good but it was awful pretty
    Written May 21, 2024
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  • Peter_Ntls
    London, UK3 contributions
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    A must visit when in Vienna. Very well organized with time slots. Besides the exhibitions which were amazing, spending time in the gardens was also wonderful.
    Written May 16, 2024
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  • Paul O
    County Monaghan, Ireland5,226 contributions
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    Vienna’s massive gothic cathedral is located in the heart of the city and is a great reference point. It is free to enter but you pay extra for certain things such as going up the tower. It is a busy area of the city and one all visitors will visit at least once during their trip.
    Written May 17, 2024
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  • esme
    15 contributions
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    The gardens at the backyard of Schönbrunn are absolutely beautiful. I recommend you to just go to walk to the gardens, they are free of charge. The few gardens (and the maze) where you need to pay to enter are not worth it. The free ones are much more beautiful. Walk up to the Gloriette for an amazing view.
    Written May 22, 2024
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  • 986richm
    40 contributions
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    An impressive collective of famous and not so famous art from the late 1800s onwards. Monet, Degas, Renoir and the list goes on. Very popular and gets busy but not surprising. Plan a good half-day to do it justice.
    Written April 23, 2024
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  • dougs007
    Basel, Switzerland1,391 contributions
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    We booked our opera tickets in a box for Le Nozze di Figaro. The singers were first class just as the orchestra. The performance is more on the traditional side with a tiny modern twist.

    As others have commented, the box is quite small which you would share with a total of 7 people. For the 3 at the front, each person gets an individual screen showing the translation in language of your choice. For those 4 at the back, the screens are on one side and the reading may be a bit tricky.

    The building is a classic beauty. Especially the rooms and terrace are beautiful and they are only open during intermission.

    For us, it is one of the most unforgettable evenings in Vienna.
    Written May 16, 2024
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  • Siobhan L
    Belton, TX963 contributions
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    The market at City Hall is advertised as the largest in Vienna but I actually found it to be quite small- easily walked at a slow pace in less than an hour. The backdrop is the gorgeous city hall building Rathaus constructed in the mid to late 1800's. The ornate details are incredible and you should walk around the building to take it all in. The market had some beautiful decor, lots of lights that provided a magical glow in the evening and a vintage ferris wheel and merry go round. Some good food and drink options as well.
    Written January 19, 2024
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  • westy54
    Sydney, Australia11,453 contributions
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    It is believed that a church has existed on this site since the early middle ages though the current Baroque church building was begun around 1701 and consecrated to the Holy Trinity in 1733. At that time it was the fist domed structure in Vienna.

    The exterior of the church, which is two storeys high, is coloured white with pale yellow pilasters, entablatures and architraves, the latter which we see around the niches and the windows. There is a portico over the church's main entrance that is topped with a very ornate grey marble monument with three lead statues holding gilded ornaments and implements. These statues represent faith, hope and love. Either side of the main facade are two towers that are three storeys high and have, on each of the first and second storeys, semi-circular niches that hold stone statues (four in total).

    There is a window on the third storey of each of the towers as well as on the second storey of the main facade of the building. This latter window has a clock above it.

    The dome is approximately 5 metres high and is topped with a lantern that allows light into the interior of the cupola.

    The interior single nave has a spectacular array of marble, richly decorated golden stucco, gilded woodwork (particularly the ornate pulpit), beautiful frescoes, particularly inside the cupola and the side chapels, as well as lovely paintings. The fresco of the Coronation of Our Lady inside the cupola is the work of Johann Michael Rottmayr.

    The high altar is quite lovely and, on the ceiling above it, is a fresco that gives the illusion that there is a second smaller cupola. The altarpiece displays the Healing of the Lame by St. Peter and St. Jon in Jerusalem.

    There are several beautifully ornate side chapels. On a balcony above the main entrance is a large Baroque organ that was built in 1751.

    Well worth a visit particularly as it is free to enter - take note Karlskirche.
    Written April 11, 2024
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  • Christian
    Texas1 contribution
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    Absolutely worth doing. Fun and very interesting. Went with 3 kids 11 and 15 and all liked it a lot. Would recommend highly to take the hour and visit
    Written January 5, 2024
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  • KRoseC
    Cary, NC99 contributions
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    VERY touristy area. Like the Times Square of Vienna. The church is impressive and there are some stores that make the visit worth it, but otherwise I don’t recommend spending a ton of time here when visiting Vienna.
    Written May 11, 2024
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  • 322011ellie .
    Nicosia, Cyprus57 contributions
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    A must see area in vienna!! At the front theres a beautiful park with tall trees and benches to relax.. the building itself is an architectural diamond
    Written May 7, 2024
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  • Ale K
    26 contributions
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    They have an amazing collection, not only from the crown jewellery, but also valuable objects that added value to their collection, such as, a fragment of the crux, spere of destiny, swords and cloaks from the crown knights.
    It is amazing to watch and you can not spend enough time, everywhere you look is something amazing to meet the eye.
    Written March 6, 2024
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  • Debbee 🐝
    Manchester, UK63 contributions
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    This museum is absolutely brilliant, it's so informative of not just the film but about Vienna too. No matter how many times you've seen the film here just adds more context to it, especially when you walk around Vienna and just randomly spot the doorway to Harry Limes apartment building. It might only be open on a Saturday but it's definitely worth a visit, the owner and the staff do an amazing job of looking after personal letters, signed photos and zithers
    Written December 16, 2023
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