Another place of historic importance. very well maintained grounds but you need more that 3 hours to see the entire place.
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Walking from Volksgarten to Museum Quarter will take you (if you plan wisely) through this platz. One must stand and look around. Carefully. There is so much to take in and process. The buildings and their embellishments, the statue/monument, the green spaces, the trees and...More
I was able to tour this area while on my little 3 hour tour of Small-group history walking tour in Vienna. As they say, this is a city with "many pasts"! Take the time!
Maria-Theresien-Platz is a beautiful square that sits between two of Vienna's major museums. On one side is the Natural History museum, on the other is the Art History museum. But, the star of this square is it's namesake, the Empress Maria Theresa in the form...More
If you are in Viena you must go there! You can have a great peaceful place with such an amazing view! Definitely one of the best places to go for a walk around.
This area is situated between the natural history museum and the art history museum. It is normally an open platz with nice gardens but when we visited in December is was the site of a Christmas market which made even better. At he centre of...More
Much to see and do! Advise taking hop on hop off bus for first time visitors ,gives you a better idea of your area and distances . To save monies DO NOT to for river Danuble cruise .........nothing to say " wow about" certainly no...More
look one way to the art museum and the other to the natural history museum. Grandeur on either side with calming greenery in between
This is one of Vienna's most impressive squares (and it has many!). It is a very large public square that joins the Ringstrasse with the main museums of the city including the Kunsthistorisches Museum. On one side of the square are two great identical buildings...More