Begräbnisstätte der Habsburger, ab 1622 von Ferdinand II. erbaut. Führungen nach tel. Absprache und Terminvereinbarung möglich.
It is stunning so see all the old coffins from the emperors. It is worth visiting the Kaisergruft.
“The former Court Silver and Table Room, today the Silver Collection, is a unique collection of cultural and historical importance, comprising objects and items that were required for the court household and its organisation. Today the Silver Collection Museum gives visitors a fascinating insight into the culture of courtly dining in its various forms.”
“Classical american bar, small and cozy with exceptional cocktail drinks. Absolutely a local tipp.”
“With almost three million visitors to Vienna a year St. Stephen's Cathedral is the number one attraction in the city: Tours in and around the Cathedral feature plenty of worthwhile things to see and lots of interesting information. You can also climb up St. Stephen's Cathedral (South Tower, Türmer Stube), take the lift up to the Pummerin (North Tower), or go down into the catacombs. Detailed information about the cathedral is offered on the guided tours. ”
Point of Interest
“This clock (built 1911 - 1914) was created by the painter and sculptor Franz von Matsch and is a typical Art Nouveau design. It forms a bridge between the two parts of the Anker Insurance Company‘s building. In the course of 12 hours, twelve historical figures or pairs of figures move across the bridge. Every day at noon, all of the figures parade, each accompanied by music from its era. During the Advent season daily at 5 and 6 p.m. Christmas Carols.”
“If you would just like to try the most famous Austrian dish, the "Wiener Schnitzel", than Figlmüller is one of the best places in the city centre to give it a try.”