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23 - 29°C
73 - 84°F
8.0 km/h wind
Early clouds will clear to leave the region with a dry and sunny day.
21 - 32°C
69 - 89°F
Dry and sunny throughout the day with hardly any clouds.
21 - 29°C
69 - 84°F
Dry and fair in the early morning, then variable with frequent showers.
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Schönbrunn Zoo in Vienna is the world’s oldest zoo still in existence and has already been voted Europe’s best zoo on four occasions. Each year more than two …
Amy Macdonald, Mando Diao, Mike Perry, Michael Bolton: International stars and domestic greats will be creating a great atmosphere at Europe's …
In Vienna, there is any number of greens oases tucked away in idyllic courtyards. When food and drink are also served here then nothing can stand in …
Summer in Vienna is best enjoyed in the open air. Numerous bars and restaurants – above all on the Danube Canal – offer the perfect place to chill out, …
Not too many European cities have such a rich gay history as the Austrian capital. Gay emperors, generals or composers of days gone by and all the gays …
Take the chance to use the web for free at numerous places across the city with your WiFi-enabled Tablet PC, mobile or notebook.
Guided tours for groups in Austrian sign language and for the visually impaired (tactile tours).
Reduced admission for persons with special needs and their escorts.
Lower Belvedere Shop: no steps
See Gustav Klimt's legendary painting "The Kiss" as well as major works by Schiele and Kokoschka for yourself. You’ll be delighted by the magnificent baroque palace …
The guided tour is focused on Gustav Klimt’s golden paintings, particularly "The Kiss".
Numerous exhibitions in 2018 will illustrate how artists, scientists, architects and many others had a lasting impact on Vienna in the years around 1900.
An exhibition in the Orangery of the Belvedere is dedicated to the fascinating dialog between Gustav Klimt's work and the art of antiquity.
Archduchess Maria Theresa, the only Habsburg woman to rule Austria, was born on 13 May 1717. Numerous exhibitions in 2017 pay honor to the popular monarch.