Visiting Vienna

Schloss Schönbrunn verschneit

Vienna is a city with a very high quality of life, a feature that is highly appreciated by the many visitors who come to the Austrian capital. The Vienna Tourist Board provides comprehensive information about sights, hotels and leisure activities in Vienna to give visitors a structured overview of the many events and attractions in the city.

Jasper Johns bei at work on Regrets

Jasper Johns' new works

The Upper Belvedere is showing from 13th January to 26th April 2015 the latest works of the important US artist Jasper Johns. more

Österreichische Werktstätten - Austrian Arts & Handicrafts, retail space

On the trail of Wiener Werkstätte designs

Premium fabrics, luxury lights, elegant dinner services: many of the products designed by Wiener Werkstätte artists – chief among them Josef Hoffmann – are still being produced to this day. more

Exhibition room in the Mozarthaus

Musician's Memorials

In no other city in the world have so many world-renowned musicians and composers made their home. Accordingly, there are numerous occasions to walk in the footsteps of the masters, to see how they lived and to admire memorabilia. more

Mayor Michael Häupl and president of Caritas Vienna Michael Landau with employees of magdas hotel

A hotel with prospects

magdas Hotel has recently opened near the Prater park. Set up by the Caritas charity organisation as Vienna’s first so-called "Social Business Hotel", it will house both refugees and tourists and encourages people to see Vienna from a different perspective. more

Two young women hugging in front of Schloss Schönbrunn

Vienna among top 10 cities to visit

Lonely Planet has ranked Vienna as one of the top 10 cities "not to be missed" by travellers in 2015. more

Vienna Tourist Board director Nobert Kettner, deputy mayor Renate Brauner and mayor Michael Häupl standing next to each other presenting the new 2020 Vienna Tourism Strategy.

Vienna Tourism Strategy 2020

According to the strategy, Vienna is expected to sell 18 million guest nights by 2020, while the sales revenue of the lodging sector should hit the "the sonic barrier" of one-billion euros. more

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