What to do in Vienna?

Kärntner Strasse Vienna Pedestrian Zone

The Kärntner Strasse Vienna (C2) exists since the Roman Age and was at that time known as -Strata Carinthianorum- an important connection from the center to the city wall. The 19th century was characterizing for the present shopping street

Graben Vienna Shopping Street

The Graben Vienna (C3) is an exclusive and pulsating shopping street in the heart of the inner city with a plague column. The origin of this street dates back to the old Romans and it is surrounded by popular alleys, streets and places which stand for the typical flair, elegant tradition and gourmet pleasures: Stephansplatz, Kohlmarkt, Naglergasse, Tuchlauben and Petersplatz.

Burggarten Vienna Garden with Palm House

The Burggarten Vienna Garden (B1/B2/C2) was laid out in the year 1818 as a private garden of the emperor on an area of approx. 38.000 m². It is located directly at the Ringstrasse beside the Hofburg and the Albertina.

Vienna Opera House

The Vienna Opera House (C1) is not only the -first house at the Ring- and therefore also the most impressive building at the Ringstrasse but also a worldwide known opera house. At 1709 seats and 567 standing-rooms the audience can watch daily opera performances, ballet shows, sometimes concerts and one time a year an operetta – that is the -Fledermaus- as traditional New Year’s Eve performance.

Maria Theresien Platz Vienna with Monument

The Maria Theresien Platz Vienna (B2) is located directly at the Ringstrasse, embedded in an imperial scenery between the Museum of Natural History and the one for Art History. Directly across the Ringstrasse you can find the Hofburg and across the Museumsplatz there is the Museumsquartier. After the Viennese Ringstrasse was finished in the year 1865 this place with its garden in front of the Hofburg came into being.