From 1772 to 1780 Ferdinand Hetzendorf added some of the final touches to the palace park under the instructions of Joseph II. The...
Founded in 1752 as a menagerie by Franz Stephan, the Schönbrunn Tiergarten is the oldest zoo in the world. It houses some 750 animals of...
This was built in 1882 by Franz Segenschmid as a replica of the one in London’s Kew Gardens. Inside is a veritable jungle of tropical...
Café Gloriette occupies the neoclassical Gloriette, high on a hill behind Schloss Schönbrunn, built for the pleasure of Maria Theresia...
Pure Living Bakery
Inspired by her time in the USA, sweet-toothed traveller Kirsten has brought the laid-back mood and food of a NYC deli to Vienna. Decked...
Lonely Planet review
Aficionados of Vienna’s Secessionist movement will want to make the pilgrimage to the Hietzinger cemetery to pay homage to some of its greatest members. Klimt, Moser and Wagner are all buried here. Others buried in the cemetery include Engelbert Dollfuss, leader of the Austro-Fascists, assassinated in 1934, and composer Alban Berg.