Vienna Day 1 and 2

The beautiful city of Vienna is beautiful in two ways: the architecture and its transportation system. If you’re a museum buff or a transit nut, then this city is right for you. No wonder it’s a city with such high ratings for its livability when you can jog next to the Schonbrunn palace, or take your bike on its extensive bike trails and not feel threatened by a car. Here are some pictures from our first two days:

Ringstrasse

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Parliament Building

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Rathausplatz

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Votivkirche

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Sigmund Freud Park

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Heldenplatz

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Plague Column

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Seccesion Building

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Naschmarkt

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Upper Belvedere

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Lower Belvedere

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Belvedere/orangery

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Stadtpark and Johann Strauss monument

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St. Stephen’s Cathedral

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1 Response

  1. Irina says:

    Woderful places. I only spent one afternoon in Vienna, but definitely have to go back!
    Don’t miss Mayerling, while you’re there.

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