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Museum Tours in Vienna

Accompany us to one of the great museums in Vienna, without standing in line for the tickets.
Choose from the following:

1.) The Museum of Fine Arts
One of the largest collections of paintings in the world, housed in a spectacular building on the Ring Boulevard, a perfect setting for this immensely valuable collection, centered around the private collection of the Habsburgs.

2.) The Leopold Museum
Located in the Museum Quarter, formerly the Imperial Stables, the Leopold Museum contains a permanent exhibit of Viennese art around 1900,  including paintings by Klimt and Schiele, as well as furniture and other artefacts of this period

3.) The Belvedere
A beautiful baroque palace, which houses a great picture gallery focusing on art of the 19th and 20th century. Who kisses whom on the famous painting “The Kiss” by Gustav Klimt? This and much more can be seen in the Belvedere!

4.) The Treasury
Contains the Imperial Crown and Sceptre, the Unicorn, and the Chalice, all part of the coronation regalia of the Habsburgs.

5.) The Opera House
One of the most famous opera houses in the world, where Gustav Mahler directed, Maria Callas sang, Rudolf Nurejew danced, and Leonard Bernstein conducted.

6.) The Imperial Apartments
This is where Franz Joseph worked and gave audiences, where his wife Sisi bathed, exercised and composed poetry

7.) The Imperial Crypt
Containing the splendid sarcophagi of the Habsburgs and remnants of their burial traditions

8.) Schönbrunn Palace
The summer residence of the Habsburgs, with  vast gardens and elaborate monuments.

9.) Composer`s Homes
Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Johann Strauß and Franz Schubert – they all lived and worked in Vienna. Get to know more about them in their native surroundings

10.) Armour Collection
The Viennese collection numbers among the best of its kind in the world. No other family of rulers was so connected by marriage with other  European countries as were the Habsburgs. For this reason, nearly all western European princes from the 15th to the early 20th centuries are represented by armour and ornamental weapons

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