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The 1,441-room Schönbrunn Palace is Vienna's most popular tourist attraction. The Baroque palace, located in Vienna, Austria, is the former imperial summer home. Find accommodations near Schönbrunn Palace by searching hotels in Schönbrunn, Vienna at today.'s easy online booking process and knowledgeable travel experts will help you find the perfect place to stay in Vienna. Plan your trip by reading's travel blog and real customer reviews.

What's Schönbrunn, Vienna Like?

Vienna's Schönbrunn Palace is more than just the buildings themselves. Explore the Great Parterre, between the palace and the Sun Fountain. This French garden, planned by Jean Trehet, is lined with 32 sculptures representing different deities and virtues. Enter the garden's maze and see if you can find your way out! Spend an evening out enjoying the Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra or the fantastic marionettes at Marionetten Theater Schloss Schönbrunn. If in Vienna with children, visit the Technisches Museum, a museum of all thing technical; or meet the many animals at the Tiergarten Schönbrunn - Zoo Vienna. Another must-see is the Monument to Maria Theresa in Schönbrunn's Christmas Market. The Third Man Museum is a small, private museum housing everything from film memorabilia to artifacts from Vienna life before, during and after WW11. Be sure to check this unique museum's hours ahead of time, as it is not open every day.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Vienna

To some tourists, Vienna may seem like a city of animals and food! You may be surprised to find that dogs are admitted pretty much everywhere in Vienna. You will probably see them in shops, restaurants, airports, railway stations, and even museums. These dogs must be accompanied by their owners and are usually well-behaved. In addition to dogs, you will see - and most likely smell - the city's traditional fiakers. These two-horse carriages have been popular in Vienna for many years and are a romantic way to see the city. Most pickups are on the streets around Stephansdom and Stephansplatz. Vienna is also a city of freebies. Around town you will encounter numerous free drinking water fountains. No need to carry a water bottle around with you in Vienna! In the summer months, you can even sit in a free deck chair in Sigmund Freud Park. The chairs remain available in the park until 9:00 p.m. Don't leave Vienna without trying a sausage from one of the city's many würstelstands, hot dog stands, usually found on busy pedestrian streets. Start your trip to Vienna today at

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