The Albertina, located in Vienna's historic city centre, combines great art with imperial flair. With its permanent collection "Monet to Picasso", the Albertina offers an overview of the most interesting chapters from the past 130 years of art history, that is unique in Vienna, indeed, in Austria.
© Albertina, Harald Eisenberger
Imperial Burial Vault
St. Stephen's Cathedral
Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna on Vienna's Ringstrasse is one of the world's foremost museums. It features unique major works by Dürer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Raphael, Titian and Velázquez as well as the world's largest collection of Bruegel paintings, and the world famous "Saliera" by Cellini.
© Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
Aqua Terra Zoo
As Austria's biggest aqua terra zoo, Haus des Meeres is home to more than 10,000 animals from sharks, to rays, exotic fish and reptiles. With the recently opened Atlantic tunnel, there is a new highlight that will make you feel like walking through the ocean.
© Haus des Meeres
The Belvedere is one of the most striking and significant museums in the world and an absolute must-see for the visitor to Vienna. World renowned masterpieces of Austrian art are on view here in astonishing numbers with paintings by, for instance, Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir and Vincent van Gogh providing an international context. The highlight of a collection featuring turn-of-the-century art is the largest collection of Gustav Klimt paintings in the world, including the famed Art Nouveau icons, The Kiss and Judith I.
© Belvedere Wien
MAK Museum for Applied Arts
The MAK - Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art is one of the most important museums of its kind in the world. Originally designed as an exemplary collection, the unique holdings of the MAK still constitute a remarkable combination of applied art, design, architecture, and contemporary art.
MAK Columned Main Hall © MAK/Mika K. Wißkirchen
Spanish Riding School
Equestrian art goes back to the doctrines of the famous Greek commander Xenophon about 400 B.C. and so does the formation of the rider and the equestrian art at the Spanish Riding School. Until today it is part of the tradition that riding skills are passed on orally from the advanced riders or chief-riders to the pupil. Today about 70 school-stallions are held here to present approx. 80 classical performances of the Haute Ecole per year.
© Spanische Hofreitschule - Herbert Graf
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