Venue

Lindner Hotel Am Belvedere, Rennweg 12 1030, Vienna,
Vienna,
Austria

Vienna, the old imperial residence city now a contemporary art center, remains a city for connoisseurs where you can enjoy endless waltzes, the exciting contrasts between imperial and modern architecture, a relaxed shopping trip or just the lifetime of coffee houses and Heurigen, trendy bars and sausage vendors and discos. There's no other city where numerous famous composers have lived; the variability of music is manifold in Vienna. You can visit the "House of Music" and the memorial houses of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Johann Strauss and Arnold Schönberg.

Vienna may be a city on which its ever-changing history has left an indelible mark, reflected in its rich cultural heritage. Viennese writers, musicians, artists and scientists have created new directions for the fashionable world in every field. Today, Vienna offers old historical palaces and modern shopping centers, Austrian food and cuisine, Viennese coffee houses and international restaurants, opera performances and jazz sessions, classical concerts and open-air festivals, antique shops and stylish boutiques of these contrasts are harmonized into something typically Viennese. Vienna is different! Vienna was an imperial residence for several centuries and it's an excellent historical tradition. Follow within the tracks of the previous Habsburg monarchy, visit the magnificent baroque castles "Schönbrunn" and "Belvedere" or visit the Hofburg, the Habsburg palace. You can also experience the spirit and the grand imperial style by visiting the Stephansdom, Spanish Court school. Alternatively, you can also try the large Wheel at the Prater.

The old town of Vienna belongs to the UNESCO world cultural heritage.

Venue Location

Tourist Attractions

The Hofburg Palace

The Hofburg Palace

Schönbrunn Palace and Gardens

Schönbrunn Palace and Gardens

Belvedere Palace

Belvedere Palace

St. Charles Church

St. Charles Church

St Stephen’s Cathedral

St Stephen’s Cathedral

Wiener Riesenrad

Wiener Riesenrad