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Palace
“"Schönbrunn Palace was the main summer residence of the Habsburg rulers, located in Hietzing, Vienna. The 1,441-room Rococo palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historic monuments in the country. Since the mid-1950s it has been a major tourist attraction." (Source: Wikipedia) Honestly even if you don't feel like visiting another museum, just going there and have walk around in the gardens on a sunny day is lovely way to spend your time. I highly recommend to go there with children, they get to dress up as knights and princesses while visiting the children museum. ”
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Parc
“We visited twice on the same day. The first visit was with our tour group and there was just enough time to see the Palace and a bit of the gardens, but not time for the walk up the hill to Gloriette. The view of Vienna from up there is amazing and I am glad we returned for this. There are paved walkways and one can just walk on the grass, but it is steep going. The large gardens are free. Admission is charged to the zoo. The gardens themselves are well cared for and the blooming plants change as the seasons do. This is best seen on a nice dry day, as there is much walking. There is a restaurant near the zoo, another in the front courtyard of the palace, and a snack and gift shop inside the ”
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Museum
“for a change from Famous painters, get to Schnapsmuseum and free up the painter in yourself :) tip: there is a beer shop nearby which sells a large variety of rare beers ”
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Museum
“Intreasting place to visit. Lots of aquariums, you can put hands in water in some aquariums, walk in jungles, look at sharks and so on... ”
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Palace
“Of course you shouldnt miss and having time for a walk in the beautiful garden of Schloss Schönbrunn! Belvedere ist the second biggest castel (close to Juchgasse) and also really beautiful. But Schönbrunn is much bigger.”
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Museum
“It is like a small version of Versailles! The garden and fountains are very nice! And don't forget to climb up to Gloriette!”
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History Museum
“If you are really interested in historical carriage, this museum is satisfying. It is located in Schönbrunn palace. Very interesting museum containing a large number of carriages. Sadly no photography was allowed inside. ”
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History Museum
“Die Ausstellungsfläche beträgt 600 m², dazu kommt ein Sonderausstellungsraum von 80m². Das Depot und eine Dunkelkammer befinden sich im Keller. ”
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Museum
“Beautiful former Railway Station for the Emperor Franz Josef. Small but nice building by Architect Otto Wagner. The main room is mostly in brown colors. On the floor there is an amazing Carpet. The ceiling is a great eyecatcher with lamps and windows in a circle.”
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Palace
“Schönbrunn Palace is a former imperial 1,441-room summer residence. One of the most important cultural monuments in the country, it is one of the major tourist attractions in Vienna.”
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Palace
“Standing since the 1600’s and holding a major role of cultural importance in Austria, the Schonbrunn Palace is a colossal 1441 room structure and complex that is the main tourist attraction in Vienna. The Habsburgs have held residence here for many years and indeed emperors of Austria have been born in the palace too. The palace itself is an immense building and designed in a Baroque style with a symmetrical main building that has hundreds of windows and statues on the rooftop. Inside the palace are an assortment of rooms all fully furnished and decorated in the original style – You can enjoy a tour through the rooms and admire the sumptuous furnishings and see how Austrian royalty lived.”
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Museum
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