The Heldenplatz or Heroes' Square is noted worldwide as the site at which Hitler declared, in 1938, the annexation or ... More
The Heldenplatz or Heroes' Square is noted worldwide as the site at which Hitler declared, in 1938, the annexation or Anschluss of Austria to the German Reich. Built during the reign of Emperor Francis Joseph, the plaza features the equestrian statues of heroic military figures - Prince Eugène of Savoy and Archduke Karl. Forming the outer plaza of the Hofburg , the sheer grandeur of the site makes for an excellent photo opp and even more after dark with the illuminated Neue Burg section. The square is often host to various cultural events and festivals throughout the year. From Heldenplatz, access two of Vienna's finest city parks - the Volksgarten and the Burggarten as well.
Located in the heart of Vienna, this beautiful concert hall was built between 1865 and 1867 in Italian Renaissance style.
The Kursalon originally was used as a spa, but soon became a favorite classic musical venue specializing in the ...
Opened to the public in 1775, this park was formerly the hunting ground of the imperial family. The Augarten Palace
was built at the end of the 17th Century by Emperor Joseph II in the style of J.B.Fischer von ...
Vienna developed from early Celtic and Roman settlements into a Medieval and Baroque city, the capital of the Austro Hungarian
Empire. It played an essential role as a leading European music center, from the great age of Viennese Classicism ...