Vienna, Austria

Located on the Danube River, you’ll find Vienna, Austria’s capital. Its artistic and intellectual influences date back to the Astro-Hungarian Empire. This empire was unique in Europe due to its exceptional diversity. Czechs, Germans, Italians, Poles, and Slovenians all thrived within its borders. Vienna is known for its imperial palaces, historic and contemporary buildings, collection of green spaces, and of course, its renowned coffee houses.

Welcome to Ringstrasse, the most beloved boulevard in the world, and home to some of Vienna’s best-known sights. Here, you’ll find the Hofburg Imperial Palace, the Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Vienna State Opera and Parliament. The Hofburg Imperial Palace was built in the 13th century and has expanded many times since. The Kunsthistorisches Museum is Austria’s largest art museum and opened in 1891. The Vienna State Opera is the most active opera house in the world, where visitors can enjoy a different operatic production each day of the week.

Visit Schlumberger Cellar World, a self-guided 50-minute tour that navigates its visitors through the process of creating bottle-fermented wine. Have a musical experience at the Workshop and Culture House, an entertainment venue, and an alternative cultural center in Vienna’s 9th District. Inside you’ll find a restaurant-bar called Statt-Beisel, a lively place with a wide selection of beers.

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