Der Stephansdom (Domkirche St. Stephan zu Wien) ist seit 1365 Domkirche (Sitz eines Domkapitels), seit 1469/1479 Kathedrale (Bischofssitz) und seit 1723 Metropolitankirche des Erzbischofs von Wien. Der von Wienern auch kurz Steffl genannte römisch-katholische Dom gilt als Wahrzeichen Wiens.
Discover St. Stephen’s underground burial sites and learn more about the Habsburgs’ unique burial rituals. A mysterious labyrinth of underground corridors awaits you.
With its dark Gothic spires, intricately tiled roof, and imposing bell tower, St. Stephen's Cathedral is one of Vienna's star attractions. Centrally located on Stephansplatz square in the city's UNESCO-listed historic center, the cathedral is architecturally stunning both inside and out. It’s free…
You can climb the south tower. "343 steps lead you up to the ‘Türmerstube’, from where you will enjoy a wonderful view over the entire city." Opening times Monday to Sunday from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm
St. Stephens Cathedral is the symbol of Vienna! Today, it is one of the most important Gothic structures in Austria.
“If you want visit the home for the royal family, you should walk just 3 minutes:)”
“Belvedere Palace is the former residence of the Austrian Prince Eugene of Savoy. The Upper and Lower Belvedere are in a beautiful park and in each part there are fantastic art collections to see, such as: B. by Gustav Klimt. Visit the orangery and the castle stables to discover more art treasures.”
“Schönbrunn ( beautiful spring)... Main summer residence of the Habsburg rulers, located in Hietzing! ”
“Built by the famous Austrian artist Hundertwasser. Inside you'll find his artwork as well as temporary exhibitions ”