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When the tree-lined Ringstrasse replaced the old city wall in the 1870s, elegant theaters, cafés, parks, and apartment houses quickly filled the outer districts, but the Innere Stadt (inner city) remains the heart of Vienna. A fine public transportation system and network of bicycle paths (rentals are available for next to nothing) make exploring the city a snap.

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The Third Man Tour, Vienna

This walking tour retraces the steps of Orson Welles (as Harry Lime) and Joseph Cotten (as Holly Martins) during the making of the 1949 cult film, based on a...more

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Hofburg Complex, Vienna

The Hapsburgs ruled from this palace in the center of the city from the 13th century until the empire's demise in 1918. Governmental offices (including the...more

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Kunst-Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna

The Italian Renaissance–style Kunsthistorisches (Art History Museum) was built near the Imperial Palace in 1891 to gather all the Hapsburgs' art under one...more

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Mozarthaus, Vienna

What used to be a rather homely house museum has recently been transformed into a state-of-the-art interactive homage to Mozart's Vienna. The curators have left...more

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Museumsquartier, Vienna

What was once the imperial stable is now a local hangout bustling with museums, galleries, restaurants, and clubs at the head of Mariahilferstrasse (Austria's...more

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Naturhistorisches, Vienna

The mirror image of the Kunst-Naturhistorisches Museum, on the other side of the statue of Maria Theresa, is the Naturhistorisches (Natural History Museum). It...more

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Parks, Vienna

Formerly the hunting grounds of Emperor Franz Joseph, the Prater's 3,000 acres encompass gardens, meadows, playgrounds, riding stables, tennis courts, swimming...more

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Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna

Emperor Franz Joseph, Empress Elisabeth, and Empress Maria Theresa and her 13 children (including Marie Antoinette) all once resided in this 18th-century...more

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Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna

After several expansions, this museum now fills the rabbit warren of rooms in Vienna's ninth district that served as the Freud family apartment from 1891 to...more

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St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna

Commissioned in 1136 by Leopold IV and Reginmar, the Bishop of Passau, this Gothic cathedral with a colorful glazed-tile mosaic roof lies at the center of...more

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