Vienna Day 3 and 4

Our two final days in Vienna were spent visiting major landmarks like the Schonbrunn Palace for example, and what better way to get around the city than by bikes! The Citybikewien program only costs 1 euro to subscribe and the first hour is always free. Maps and locations of stations are convenient and you shouldn’t worry about cars hitting you. With museums, art galleries, and bikes, Vienna is an awesome metropolitan to be in.

Schonbrunn Palace

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Wiener Riesenrad (Viennese giant Ferris wheel)

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More St. Stephen’s Cathedral

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Hundertwasserhaus

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Hundertwasser Village

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Kunst Haus Wien

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Museumquartier

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Leopold Museum

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MUMOK

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