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Castles and Palaces


Belvedere Palace from outside

Vienna was the seat of Europe's most powerful royal family - the Habsburgs. Up until the end of World War 1, this family ruled much of Europe, and Vienna still shows the remnants of this rule through it's many Castles and Palaces.

Below you can find a list of these impressive buildings and find out more information about them.




 
Rating 5 Price 3

Tram D Tram J Tram 2 Tram 1 to Burgring

U3 to Herrengasse

Tram D Tram J Tram 1 Tram 46 Tram 49 Tram 2 to Dr Karl-Renner-Ring

Tram D Tram 1 Tram 2 to Stadiongasse

The Hofburg Imperial Palace was the seat of the Habsburg family and their residence during the winter months. The Palace is one of the largest in Europe, with over 2600 rooms... read more >>
Rating 4 Price 2

Tram D Tram 1 Tram 2 to Stadiongasse

Tram 46 to Schmerlingplatz

Tram 46 to Auersbergstrasse

Tram D Tram J Tram 1 Tram 46 Tram 49 Tram 2 to Dr Karl-Renner-Ring

The Austrian Parliament building is an impressive Greek Revival inspired structure which now serves as the home for the National and Federal Council of Austria.. read more >>
Rating 5 Price 3

U3 to Herrengasse

Tram D Tram J Tram 2 Tram 1 to Burgring

Tram D Tram J Tram 1 Tram 46 Tram 49 Tram 2 to Dr Karl-Renner-Ring

Tram D Tram 1 Tram 2 to Stadiongasse

If you're interested in everything that sparkles then this is the place to be! On display are collections from the Habsburg Royal family and more, some dating back over 1000 years... read more >>
Rating 5 Price 4

Tram 10 Tram 58 to Schloß Schönbrunn

Schönbrunn Palace is an impressive palace on the outskirts of Vienna that was until 1918 the summer residence of the famous Hapsburgs... read more >>
Rating 4 Price 4

Tram D to Schloß Belvedere

Tram O to Kölblgasse

S1 S15 S2 S3 S4 S6 S8 S9 S60 S80 S5 Tram D Tram O Tram 18 to Wien Südbahnhof

The Belvedere Palace is another one of the residences used by the Habsburgs up until the fall of the empire after the First World War... read more >>
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