The circular boulevard that is the Ringstrasse is situated where the walls of Vienna stood into the late 19th century. That's right - Vienna was probably the last major large city in the world to tear down its medieval walls and in a way it is great that she waited to do so becaude the planned boulevard that is the Ringstrasse resulted. There are so many grand buildings and parks on this tree-lined road that I can't begin to list them in a short review but you can't miss them if you decide to walk it. And for even more exercise, get your bicycle out and pedal around it on the bike paths. Vienna wouldn't be Vienna without the Ringstrasse!
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