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- St. Stephen's Cathedral
- Vienna State Opera
- Vienna City Hall
- Hofburg Imperial Palace
- Vienna International Centre
- Schoenbrunn Palace
- Wiener Stadthalle
- Spanish Riding School
- Messe Wien Exhibition and Congress Center
- Wiener Prater
- Ernst Happel Stadium
- University of Vienna
- International Atomic Energy Agency
What you should know about Innere Stadt
The picturesque city of Vienna is located in the northeastern part of Austria and serves as Austria's capitol city. Vienna's city centre, like most city centre's in Europe, is full of beautiful buildings, historical significance and tourist attractions. Plan to spend some time exploring the quaint streets of this lovely, historic area of Vienna. Search Hotels.com for hotels in Vienna City Centre, Vienna to find the accommodations that best meet your needs.
What's Vienna City Centre Like?
Vienna is a very green city. As much as half of the city of Vienna is parkland, gardens, woods, or agricultural land. Pack your walking shoes and explore this green space on foot. No visit to Vienna's City Centre would be complete without a stop at the Hofburg Imperial Palace. See where the Habsburgs lived as they ruled Austria for centuries. Originally built in the 13th century, a portion of the palace now serves as the home of Austria's current president. Also included in the complex are the Imperial Chapel, the Austrian National Library, the Naturhistorisches and Kunsthistorisches museums, the Imperial Treasury (Schatzkammer), the Hofburg Congress Center, the Burgtheater, the Spanish Riding School, and the Imperial Horse Stables. Choose a place to stay near St Stephen's Cathedral and climb the 343 steps to the tower room at the top of one of the cathedral's four towers for sweeping views of Vienna. Or stay closer to the Old Jewish Quarter and spend a day walking the cobblestone lanes and learning about the Jewish community's history and presence in Vienna's City Centre.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Vienna
Vienna locals are typically pretty tolerant and understanding of visitors and tourists. They understand that you might now know all of their customs. If you happen to speak German, though, they will expect more from you. When staying in Vienna, always be on time. Punctuality is very important to the locals. Always call ahead if you think you are going to be late. When making new friends in Vienna, it is helpful to know a few of the local phrases. When you greet someone, say "Grüß Gott" (may God greet you). Use "Auf Wiedersehen" for goodbye and "Danke" means thanks. It's always a good idea to greet and thank anyone you meet, whether it be in a shop or getting on and off the bus. Be friendly! So, now you're ready to explore Vienna. Start your vacation by searching for hotels in Vienna City Centre, Vienna at Hotels.com.
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