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The Türkenschanzpark on the outskirts of Vienna is a park that is important both in botanical terms and because of its layout. This park is also one of the earliest examples of public/private partnership in Vienna: Türkenschanzpark was built by local citizens together with the neighbouring "Wiener Cottage" settlement and was only later taken over by the city. In 1883 a committee was established to oversee the "establishment of a public park on Türkenschanze". The park was built between 1885 and 1888 under the supervision of city gardener Gustav Sennholz (1850 to 1895). Emperor Franz Joseph I gave the address at the festivities marking the park's opening on 30 September 1888. The park's name comes from the designation for the area derived from the historical Turkish entrenchments found at the site. After 1892 the park was managed and extensively remodelled by the City of Vienna. At this time the pond was added, and from 1905 to 1909 the park was significantly expanded with the project led by director of urban planning Heinrich Goldemund and municipal garden director Wenzel Hybler. The attractive park railings also date back to this period. The Türkenschanzpark today Today a suburb boundary goes through the park. Türkenschanzpark is known for its interesting, rare botanical plants, which are extremely picturesque features in the undulating landscape. The unusual makeup of the landscape is another of the park's appealing features. Hills are interspersed with meadows, and meandering paths invite the visitor to take a stroll. For reasons of safety, the historical water tower "Paulinenwarte" was renovated and has been open to the public since July 2010.
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Türkenschanzpark
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The Türkenschanzpark on the outskirts of Vienna is a park that is important both in botanical terms and because of its layout. This park is also one of the earliest examples of public/private partnership in Vienna: Türkenschanzpark was built by local citizens together with the neighbouring "Wiener Cottage" settlement and was only later taken over by the city. In 1883 a committee was established to oversee the "establishment of a public park on Türkenschanze". The park was built between 1885 and 1888 under the supervision of city gardener Gustav Sennholz (1850 to 1895). Emperor Franz Joseph I gave the address at the festivities marking the park's opening on 30 September 1888. The park's name comes from the designation for the area derived from the historical Turkish entrenchments found at the site. After 1892 the park was managed and extensively remodelled by the City of Vienna. At this time the pond was added, and from 1905 to 1909 the park was significantly expanded with the project led by director of urban planning Heinrich Goldemund and municipal garden director Wenzel Hybler. The attractive park railings also date back to this period. The Türkenschanzpark today Today a suburb boundary goes through the park. Türkenschanzpark is known for its interesting, rare botanical plants, which are extremely picturesque features in the undulating landscape. The unusual makeup of the landscape is another of the park's appealing features. Hills are interspersed with meadows, and meandering paths invite the visitor to take a stroll. For reasons of safety, the historical water tower "Paulinenwarte" was renovated and has been open to the public since July 2010.
The City Hall is one of the most splendid amongst the numerous monumental buildings along Vienna's. Designed by Friedrich Schmidt (1825-1891), it was erected between 1872 and 1883. The architecture of the Ringstraße is dominated by historicism. In Historicism various stylistic elements of the past were combined into a style in its own right. Friedrich Schmidt however orientated himself just on one particular epoch. The City Hall was built in gothical style, with a tower similar to gothic cathedrals. The gothic era saw the growth of the cities and the emergence of an urban burgeoisie. Today the City Hall is the head office of Vienna's municipal administration. More than 2000 people work in the building. Visitors are stunned by the magnificent appointments of the state rooms, which frequently provide an atmospheric backdrop to various events such as press conferences, concerts or balls.
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市政廳广场
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The City Hall is one of the most splendid amongst the numerous monumental buildings along Vienna's. Designed by Friedrich Schmidt (1825-1891), it was erected between 1872 and 1883. The architecture of the Ringstraße is dominated by historicism. In Historicism various stylistic elements of the past were combined into a style in its own right. Friedrich Schmidt however orientated himself just on one particular epoch. The City Hall was built in gothical style, with a tower similar to gothic cathedrals. The gothic era saw the growth of the cities and the emergence of an urban burgeoisie. Today the City Hall is the head office of Vienna's municipal administration. More than 2000 people work in the building. Visitors are stunned by the magnificent appointments of the state rooms, which frequently provide an atmospheric backdrop to various events such as press conferences, concerts or balls.
At the end of the seventeenth century Emperor Leopold I commissioned the Baroque architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, who had received his training in Rome, to design an imperial hunting lodge for his son, Crown Prince Joseph, later to become Emperor Joseph I. Replacing the château de plaisance built on this site for the dowager empress Eleonora of Gonzaga in 1642, it was to grow into a palatial imperial residence over the course of the eighteenth century. The park at Schönbrunn Palace was opened to the public around 1779 and since then has provided a popular recreational amenity for the Viennese population as well as being a focus of great cultural and historical interest for international visitors. Extending for 1.2 km from east to west and approximately one kilometre from north to south, it was placed together with the palace on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1996.
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Schönbrunn Palace
47 Schönbrunner Schloßstraße
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At the end of the seventeenth century Emperor Leopold I commissioned the Baroque architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, who had received his training in Rome, to design an imperial hunting lodge for his son, Crown Prince Joseph, later to become Emperor Joseph I. Replacing the château de plaisance built on this site for the dowager empress Eleonora of Gonzaga in 1642, it was to grow into a palatial imperial residence over the course of the eighteenth century. The park at Schönbrunn Palace was opened to the public around 1779 and since then has provided a popular recreational amenity for the Viennese population as well as being a focus of great cultural and historical interest for international visitors. Extending for 1.2 km from east to west and approximately one kilometre from north to south, it was placed together with the palace on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1996.
MuseumsQuartier is a relatively newfound complex of art and entertainment venues with Vienna’s two most famous and biggest museums located there: the Art Historical and the Natural Historical Museum. Frequented mostly by students and locals it’s also a perfect place to relax after a tour around the historical landmarks along the Ring. Surrounded by modern architectural elements mixed into a historical building complex, this places is stuffed with museums, art venues, hip cafés, a fountain and lots of people just hanging out and enjoying life. It is one of Vienna’s most vibrant and lively spaces during the whole summertime with live music acts and DJs.
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维也纳博物馆区
1 Museumsplatz
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MuseumsQuartier is a relatively newfound complex of art and entertainment venues with Vienna’s two most famous and biggest museums located there: the Art Historical and the Natural Historical Museum. Frequented mostly by students and locals it’s also a perfect place to relax after a tour around the historical landmarks along the Ring. Surrounded by modern architectural elements mixed into a historical building complex, this places is stuffed with museums, art venues, hip cafés, a fountain and lots of people just hanging out and enjoying life. It is one of Vienna’s most vibrant and lively spaces during the whole summertime with live music acts and DJs.
The Donauinsel is a small island in the Danube river, which resulted when the river was regulated in the last century. Today it is a paradise for cyclists, joggers, inline skaters as well as locals who just want to hang out and slow down from the hectic city life. Tourists can rent a bike and take a tour on the island, which is great fun with family and friends. As the island is very flat it is very comfortable to ride a bike there. A great event happens every year in the summer holidays. Then the Donauinsel turns into the biggest free-of-charge open air festival of Europe. A must-see in Vienna. Special tip Good to know: Free Wifi on the whole islands. Nearest underground stations: "Donauinsel" (U1), "Neue Donau" (U6)
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多瑙岛
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The Donauinsel is a small island in the Danube river, which resulted when the river was regulated in the last century. Today it is a paradise for cyclists, joggers, inline skaters as well as locals who just want to hang out and slow down from the hectic city life. Tourists can rent a bike and take a tour on the island, which is great fun with family and friends. As the island is very flat it is very comfortable to ride a bike there. A great event happens every year in the summer holidays. Then the Donauinsel turns into the biggest free-of-charge open air festival of Europe. A must-see in Vienna. Special tip Good to know: Free Wifi on the whole islands. Nearest underground stations: "Donauinsel" (U1), "Neue Donau" (U6)
The taste of chocolate is loved by kids and adults alike! To experience its history, its present-day trade and to see our exhibits, some of them made out of chocolate, is an unforgettable event for both.
Schoko Museum Wien
2-8 Willendorfer G.
The taste of chocolate is loved by kids and adults alike! To experience its history, its present-day trade and to see our exhibits, some of them made out of chocolate, is an unforgettable event for both.
This zoo is one of the most popular sights of Vienna, for both young and old travellers. It is far away from being a tourist trap, its popularity is just coming from the marvelousness of the spot, the gardens, the architecture, the animals - all leading to a perfect zoo experience. The zoo or "Tiergarten" is dating back to the 18th century, being the personal collection of exotic animals of the reigning family. It is part of the even bigger baroque Schönbrunn park which has a size of 160.000 m2.
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美泉宫动物园
13b Maxingstraße
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This zoo is one of the most popular sights of Vienna, for both young and old travellers. It is far away from being a tourist trap, its popularity is just coming from the marvelousness of the spot, the gardens, the architecture, the animals - all leading to a perfect zoo experience. The zoo or "Tiergarten" is dating back to the 18th century, being the personal collection of exotic animals of the reigning family. It is part of the even bigger baroque Schönbrunn park which has a size of 160.000 m2.
To call "Augarten" a park would not do him justice. It is a splendurous place shaped by trees, walkways and flowers. The grey unattractive tower is a relict and constant reminder of WWII. It used to be a bunker for the Viennese population and should stand a bombardement. "Augarten" is at the same time the name of the most famous china manufactory, which is known worldwide for its high quality tableware. Special tip Very scenic: Good place for photographs in winter and in summer.
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奥花园
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To call "Augarten" a park would not do him justice. It is a splendurous place shaped by trees, walkways and flowers. The grey unattractive tower is a relict and constant reminder of WWII. It used to be a bunker for the Viennese population and should stand a bombardement. "Augarten" is at the same time the name of the most famous china manufactory, which is known worldwide for its high quality tableware. Special tip Very scenic: Good place for photographs in winter and in summer.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum aka KHM is one of the top art historic museums worldwide. It dates back to the private art collections of the Habsburg family. It features Egyptian, Roman and Greek collections as well as paintings from masterminds like Tizian, Rubens, Rürer and many more.
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艺术史博物馆
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The Kunsthistorisches Museum aka KHM is one of the top art historic museums worldwide. It dates back to the private art collections of the Habsburg family. It features Egyptian, Roman and Greek collections as well as paintings from masterminds like Tizian, Rubens, Rürer and many more.
The Ottakringer brewery is the last large brewery remaining in Vienna and is also famous for its events. Groups or individuals can visite the site and take part of brewery-tour. The tour lasts approximately 1 hour and ends with a beer tasting session. As already said it is one of the last traditional breweries remaining in the city. The tour is very interresting you will get a good impression of the site as well of the hall brewery-proces, with the highlite of the tour the tasting session were you have the possibility to try diffrent kinds of beers. Special tip You need to make a reservation in advance if you are not a group of 10 people.
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Ottakringer Brauerei
1 Ottakringer Pl.
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The Ottakringer brewery is the last large brewery remaining in Vienna and is also famous for its events. Groups or individuals can visite the site and take part of brewery-tour. The tour lasts approximately 1 hour and ends with a beer tasting session. As already said it is one of the last traditional breweries remaining in the city. The tour is very interresting you will get a good impression of the site as well of the hall brewery-proces, with the highlite of the tour the tasting session were you have the possibility to try diffrent kinds of beers. Special tip You need to make a reservation in advance if you are not a group of 10 people.
The Alte Donau (Old Danube) is a side arm of the Danube river. The difference to the main river is, that the water is not speeding down and you won't be dragged away, but as it is not a sea, so there is always fresh cool water. The Alte Donau is also surrounded by much green und small houses; perfectly to leave the city and its hectic aside. If you want to enjoy a lazy sunny afternoon, this is the place to be in Vienna. Only half an hour from the city centre and easily accessible by metro, the Danube is always near to rest and chill. In the evening it is also a great place to take some photos, when the sun is setting behind the Kahlenberg (Viennas own small mountain). Special tip It is advisable to rent a small boat and chill in the middle of the river, as the riversides can get quite crowded in summer.
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Alte Donau
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The Alte Donau (Old Danube) is a side arm of the Danube river. The difference to the main river is, that the water is not speeding down and you won't be dragged away, but as it is not a sea, so there is always fresh cool water. The Alte Donau is also surrounded by much green und small houses; perfectly to leave the city and its hectic aside. If you want to enjoy a lazy sunny afternoon, this is the place to be in Vienna. Only half an hour from the city centre and easily accessible by metro, the Danube is always near to rest and chill. In the evening it is also a great place to take some photos, when the sun is setting behind the Kahlenberg (Viennas own small mountain). Special tip It is advisable to rent a small boat and chill in the middle of the river, as the riversides can get quite crowded in summer.
To get one of the best views over the city, the Kahlenberg is a great choice, especially if you combine it with a small hike. Even though a direct bus connection is available for €2 it is much more rewarding if you take the hour-long walk and watch the view over Vienna unfold a little bit more with every step up. Either way, by bus or on foot, what you get at the top is a great view over the whole city of Vienna. There’s a panorama terrace with a café and a restaurant, but be vary – they tend to be overpriced, and the restaurant is not quite amongst Vienna’s highly recommended choices. Special tip Most of the time it is quite windy, so chances are that after a couple of minutes of enjoying the view, you will want to make your way back down.
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卡伦山
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To get one of the best views over the city, the Kahlenberg is a great choice, especially if you combine it with a small hike. Even though a direct bus connection is available for €2 it is much more rewarding if you take the hour-long walk and watch the view over Vienna unfold a little bit more with every step up. Either way, by bus or on foot, what you get at the top is a great view over the whole city of Vienna. There’s a panorama terrace with a café and a restaurant, but be vary – they tend to be overpriced, and the restaurant is not quite amongst Vienna’s highly recommended choices. Special tip Most of the time it is quite windy, so chances are that after a couple of minutes of enjoying the view, you will want to make your way back down.
Shopping
This tip is not a secret one. Everyone coming to Vienna will once visit Mariahilferstraße, as it is one of the largest streets of Vienna. It is full of stores, boutiques and all the big international brands have their flagship stores on Mariahilferstraße. What most people do miss when shopping there is taking a look to the side streets to the left and right. There are some really nice boutiques hidden there. Best tips are Neubaugasse, Zollergasse, Kirchengasse, Otto-Bauer-Gasse to just name some of them.
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Mariahilfer Straße
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This tip is not a secret one. Everyone coming to Vienna will once visit Mariahilferstraße, as it is one of the largest streets of Vienna. It is full of stores, boutiques and all the big international brands have their flagship stores on Mariahilferstraße. What most people do miss when shopping there is taking a look to the side streets to the left and right. There are some really nice boutiques hidden there. Best tips are Neubaugasse, Zollergasse, Kirchengasse, Otto-Bauer-Gasse to just name some of them.
Gastroszene
It is a skybar with one of the most breathtaking panoramic views of the city and its attractions. Furthermore it has a unique ceiling made by the artist Pipilotti Rist. Its colours will shine like an evening sky at sunset. If you are visiting Vienna you must visit this place! From the 18th floor of the quite new Sofitel hotel, the city is literally at your feet and it is like no detail will escape from you through the huge floor-to-ceiling window. In fact, all external walls of this restaurant are just like one window. Special tip Dress properly, enjoy your cocktail and the view, and try to blend out the fact that it is quite expensive.
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Das LOFT
1 Praterstraße
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It is a skybar with one of the most breathtaking panoramic views of the city and its attractions. Furthermore it has a unique ceiling made by the artist Pipilotti Rist. Its colours will shine like an evening sky at sunset. If you are visiting Vienna you must visit this place! From the 18th floor of the quite new Sofitel hotel, the city is literally at your feet and it is like no detail will escape from you through the huge floor-to-ceiling window. In fact, all external walls of this restaurant are just like one window. Special tip Dress properly, enjoy your cocktail and the view, and try to blend out the fact that it is quite expensive.
"Der Garten" is a newly opened summer location at the Prater park. Best accesible by taking tram line No. 1 to its final stop Prater. The place offers different kinds of sport activities like baseball, water football, tennis, etc and combines it with drinks and food and at some evenings parties and DJs.
Der Garten
"Der Garten" is a newly opened summer location at the Prater park. Best accesible by taking tram line No. 1 to its final stop Prater. The place offers different kinds of sport activities like baseball, water football, tennis, etc and combines it with drinks and food and at some evenings parties and DJs.