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Belvedere

MuseumsQuartier

Spanish Riding School

Tiergarten Schönbrunn

Kunsthistorisches Museum

Hundertwasserhaus

Wiener Prater

Schönbrunn

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Schönbrunn

Once Maria Theresa’s summer residence, the Schönbrunn Palace and its remarkable gardens are part of UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage and are among the most popular tourist attractions in Austria. Located within walking distance from Club Hotel Cortina, the baroque palace … Read the rest

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MuseumsQuartier

The MuseumsQuartier in Vienna’s city centre is a remarkable, 60 000 m² area with a selection of notable art galleries, museums, dance halls and design centres, including the Kunsthalle Wien, the Leopold Museum, the Tanzquartier Wien and the Designforum Wien. … Read the rest

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Belvedere

The two remarkable palaces of the Belvedere were built in the 18th century as a summer residence for the imperial family. The Upper and Lower Belvedere, the Orangery, and the Palace Stables are all part of this complex set of … Read the rest

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Tiergarten Schönbrunn

The Vienna Zoo, the oldest zoo in the world and the only zoo with Baroque architecture, is located in the gardens of the Schönbrunn Palace, not far from our hotel. Since its founding in 1752 as an imperial menagerie, the … Read the rest

Spanish Riding School

The Spanish Riding School of Vienna is famous for its impressive public performances, as well as its tradition in classical equitation: it is the only institution in the world which has practiced this craft for over 440 years and continues … Read the rest

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Hundertwasserhaus

Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser’s Hundertwasserhaus is an expressionist landmark and an important tourist attraction of Vienna. Located in the Landstraße district, the Hundertwasserhaus showcases the artist’s vision of forested roofs, “tree tenants” and the “window right” of every tenant to … Read the rest

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Kunsthistorisches Museum

Opened in 1891 by Emperor Franz Joseph I of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, the Kunsthistorisches Museum has a rich collection of artwork from seven millennia: from Ancient Egypt to the late 18th century, including impressive collections of Renaissance and Baroque art. … Read the rest

Wiener Prater

Vienna’s signature amusement park, the Wiener Prater, is one of the city’s main tourist attractions for families. Open every year from March to October, the Prater is home to the iconic Giant Ferries Wheel, which offers a unique sight of … Read the rest

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