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- St. Stephen's Cathedral
- Vienna State Opera
- Vienna City Hall
- Hofburg Imperial Palace
- Vienna International Centre
- Schoenbrunn Palace
- Wiener Stadthalle
- Spanish Riding School
- Messe Wien Exhibition and Congress Center
- Wiener Prater
- Ernst Happel Stadium
- University of Vienna
- International Atomic Energy Agency
Where to stay near Museumsquartier
Named after the huge amount of museums found here, including the Leopold Museum, you will find the area known as Museumsquartier, designed by Austrian architect Fischervon Erlach. With so many museums in one place, it is one of the most culturally ambitious spaces in the world. Inside the square are cafes, bars and restaurants to relax in between each cultural experience. Brightly coloured large and boxy modern seating adorn the outside of eateries, bringing together the modern and historical architecture.
Accommodations near Museumsquartier
There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Vienna is the Hotel Beethoven, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Abieshomes Wien Messe Prater in Vienna as it has been reserved 5 times.
Sightseeing near Museumsquartier
The famous Karlskirche (Charle's Church), with its twin spires and copper-green dome beautifully framed by the Karlsplatz, has to be the premium attraction. Inside, the decor is similarly impressive, and you can ride an elevator to inspect the fabulous Rottmayr ceiling frescoes up close.
Vienna's most popular and cosmopolitan open market, this is a market that is frequented by locals and visitors alike. The Naschmarkt has existed since the 16th century and uou can find everything from sandwiches, to fresh colorful fruits, meat, fresh seafood and more. It is a great place to go people-watching, enjoying some food and drinks.
Transportation near Museumsquartier
Once in the city, getting around by public transport is straightforward either by subway, commuter rail line, tram, or bus, all of which provide frequent service.
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