Visiting Vienna

Paar liegt auf Wiese vor dem Kunsthistorisches Museum

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.


Detail of the Secession Building with the golden inscription "Ver Sacrum"

Viennese Modernism 2018

Vienna celebrates Modernism in 2018. Four of its most important protagonists died 100 years ago: Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, Otto Wagner and Koloman Moser. They had a lasting impact on Vienna in the years around 1900. more

Building complex with inner courtyard and visitors

Summer in the MQ

Vienna's MuseumsQuartier (MQ) is one of the biggest cultural areas in the world. The mix of large museums, small cultural initiatives and trendy bars is a success story. Just stop by - you will find lots going on in the MQ all summer long. more

Ferris wheel

Experience the Prater

The Vienna Prater is an amusement park for many, place of nostalgic dreams for some, oasis of greenery for almost everyone - and the location of the Giant Ferris Wheel, one of Vienna’s most famous symbols. The motto is to have fun and enjoy yourself. more

View over the Danube in Vienna

Tourism in Vienna reached record levels in 2016

For the seventh time in a row, tourist overnight stays in Vienna reached new record levels last year. The 2016 result is 14.96 million – 4.4 percent increase on the figures reported in 2015. more

View from above over St. Stephen's Cathedral and first district of Vienna

Video gives "A Taste of Vienna"

For the time-lapse movie "A Taste of Vienna" 87,000 photos were taken over the course of a year. The video project is a declaration of love to the Austrian federal capital. more

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