The clue is in the name: Nußdorf (nut village) got its name from the many walnut trees that grow here. If you don't ... More
The clue is in the name: Nußdorf (nut village) got its name from the many walnut trees that grow here. If you don't want to go straight to a tavern, you can take a walk up the very romantic Beethovengang or down to the Danube. The smaller houses here are reminiscent of this place in former times; this is a suburb of Vienna, which became a part of the city just 100 years ago. The Viennese like to visit the taverns here because of their pleasant atmosphere.
The new town hall was built from 1872 1883 to replace the old town hall in Wipplingerstraße and is neo
Gothic in style. A huge central tower, topped by the three meter high statue of a knight in armor ...
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 ...