Redbus City Tours
One and a half hour tours of the main sights in around the Innere Stadt and and 2½-hour tours of the city’s big sights. Buses leave...
The real highlight of the 14th-century Gothic Augustinerkirche (Augustinian Church) is not its pale, vaulted interior but a crypt...
Situated upstairs in Palais Palffy, this newcomer to the museum scene exhibits the works of the Viennese School of Fantastic Realists,...
This 550-sq-metre club occupies two floors (right as you enter) of an illustrious old building used for live-music performances. The...
Bitzinger Würstelstand am Albertinaplatz
Vienna has many sausage stands but this one located behind the Staatsoper offers the contrasting spectacle of ladies and gents dressed...
Lonely Planet review
Housed in the baroque Lobkowitz palace (1694), this museum has a permanent exhibition devoted to Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (1860–1911), and temporary exhibitions on Vienna's theatre history. A small room hidden towards the back of the 1st floor contains an ensemble of puppets from puppeteer Richard Teschner, vaguely reminiscent of Java’s Wayang Golek wooden puppets. The ticket desk can tell you about performances.