Table of Contents
Hofburg Palace is located in Vienna, the capital of Austria, and it is one of the most famous attractions in the city, as it is considered the center of the strong family of Hasburg that ruled the Austrian Empire, in addition to being one of the most powerful dynasties in Europe at the time, where it descended from Kings ruled Western Europe for several centuries starting from the fifteenth century, and this palace is nowadays distinguished for its number of museums that display the traditions and history of the imperial court, such as furnishings and royal decor.
The opera house is the most prominent venue for opera and ballet in Vienna. This opera was built between 1861-1869 by August Secardsburg and Edward Noll, and the opera house has hosted many of the most famous directors of history including Gustav Maler, Richard Strauss, Herbert von Karayaan, and some of its halls display the new concept of the Renaissance, in addition to that it is distinguished by the architecture and music that tourists can identify by going on a guided tour for forty minutes, and these tours are also available in English and German.
Schonbrunn Palace is located in Vienna, the former summer residence of the Habsburg family. This spacious Baroque palace includes many beautiful and spacious gardens, in addition to many distinctive artworks from different historical periods, most of which bear the Rococo style.
One of the most beautiful Baroque palaces in the world, Belvedere Palace is a complete masterpiece, designed by Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt for Prince Eugene of Savoy. Several artists, including: Klimt, Chile, and Kokushka, in addition to its distinctive landscape gardens that evoke the skyline of Vienna.