One of the most popular places from which to admire the view of Vienna is Kahlenberg (484m), the higher of the two hills that ... More
One of the most popular places from which to admire the view of Vienna is Kahlenberg (484m), the higher of the two hills that rise to the north of Vienna close to the Danube. A viewing platform and a cafe with a magnificent terrace and very Viennese (and therefore always slightly grumpy) waiters are perched at the top. The entire place is overrun by coachloads of tourists each weekend (which explains the number of souvenir stalls), but it is definitely worth visiting for the stunning views. Those with the time will also discover some rambling hiking paths in the area.
Named after the Maltese Order, this church was built during the 14th century and is dedicated to St. John the
Baptist. Malteserkirche reveals traditional architecture rich in Gothic, Baroque and Classisism elements. Besides it's awe inspiring interior decor, visitors ...
The Borse Palais houses the Museum of Military History featuring numerous collections dating back to the 16th century. Designed by
the Father of Historicism, Baron Theophil von Hansen, the Palais is a prime example of the typical clean lines ...
The Hauptallee, situated between Praterstern and the Lusthaus, is the ideal place for a jog. It is also part of
the Vienna Marathon course which takes place every May. If you prefer running through the countryside, you only have ...
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