The Danube Canal, for a long time neglected, now boasts a fine cycle path. The path starts near the city center and leads ... More
Cycling Danube - Klosterneuburg
The Danube Canal, for a long time neglected, now boasts a fine cycle path. The path starts near the city center and leads north to Klosterneuburg. The path meets the Danube near Nußdorf and continues past steep slopes and through forests to Klosterneuburg, where cyclists could round off their trip with a refreshing swim in the lake - or with a refreshing beer in one of the taverns! Energetic cyclists could then head on to Greifenstein, Melk, Linz or Passau.
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 ...
Owned by the Royal House of Auersperg, this breathtaking palace has hosted numerous classical concerts and operas along with high
society galas and events. Highlights include a private performance of Mozart's opera Idomeneo in March 1786 and the wedding ...
The northern part of Vienna, separated off from the main city by the Danube, is known locally as Trans Danubien.
Created by the rapid urban development, this once rather poor part of town has made a strong recovery. The ...