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Save time and money while seeing more of the city with Vienna PASS

Save time and money while seeing more of the city with Vienna PASS 0

Instead of spending hours waiting in queues buying tickets to city's most popular attractions, you can gain free access and skip the lines with just one card. In addition to the free entry to over 60 attractions, the Vienna PASS grants you a free HOP ON HOP OFF bus tour that allows you to hop on and off at more than 50 stops throughout the city.
9 fun activities to do in Vienna in summer

9 fun activities to do in Vienna in summer 0

Although Vienna is perfect for visiting any time of year, it shines in a unique glow during the warm months of summer. In that time the city thrives with tourists and pulses with festival energy, from film and food to jazz and other music events. From July to September the city treats you with all kinds of fun summer activities. Below you will find 9 ideas on what to do in Vienna during summer.
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St. Stephen's Cathedral - 8 centuries of architectural history, secrets and legends

St. Stephen's Cathedral - 8 centuries of architectural history, secrets and legends 0

Simply a sight you cannot overlook when exploring Vienna. For 700 years the marvelous cathedral has watched over the city. Being not only the main Roman Catholic Church in Vienna, but also one of Austria's most popular attractions, it attracts over a million visitors each year.
Spanish Riding School

Spanish Riding School 1

The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is the only institution in the world where the skills of classical horsemanship have been practiced in its original form for more than 450 years. The gorgeous snow-white Lipizzaner stallions perform classical school jumps along the flow of authentic Viennese classical music and do so with utmost precision and elegance.
Viennese waltz: a scandalous dance that became a Viennese icon

Viennese waltz: a scandalous dance that became a Viennese icon 0

The old 'One, two, three, One, two, three' - Who hasn't danced or at least heard about the Waltz? Though, one of the world's most popular dances wasn't always considered as such. Due to its close-hold and quick rotations, Waltz was once named the "Forbidden dance".
History of Schönbrunn Palace

History of Schönbrunn Palace 0

What started out as a hunting lodge has now become one of Austria's most famous attractions. It welcomes around 3 million visitors each year. Serving most of the time as the imperial summer residence, Schönbrunn boasts with eye-catching exterior and interior. There are 1441 rooms in the palace, only 40 of which are open for public viewing.