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Vienna is a city where old and new exist in complete harmony. It is the capital city of Austria. The city has many traditional coffee houses as well as new age bars and cafes for relaxation and it is the perfect place to find out more about Austrian culture and history. Choose car hire for your preferred method of transport and see as much as possible of the region. The main railway station in Vienna also offers car rental services.
Vienna - places to see
Albertina is the largest Hapsburg residential palace and dominates the southern part of the Imperial Palace. It has got one of the most valuable art collections in the world. Albertina's new exhibition collection is a display of French impressionism, German expressionism and Russian avant-garde art and works include Monet's Water Lily Pond, Degas's Dancers and Renoir's Girl.
The Oberes Belvedere was built in 1721-23 for Prince Eugene of Savoy. It offers a grand view across the gardens to the Unteres Belvedere. The Oberes Belvedere houses art from the 19th-century classical, Romantic and Biedermeier periods. Alternatively, Haus der Musik is a new addition to the long list of museums in Vienna. It includes the museum of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. With so many museums and galleries to choose from, opt for car rental and take in as many as possible.
Hofburg was the Imperial Palace until 1918 and today houses the office of the Austrian president. It also houses an international conference centre, a dozen museums, the chapel where the Vienna Boys' Choir sings and the hall in which the Lipizzan stallions perform. KunstHausWien is a magnificent building which was constructed to house the Imperial Hapsburg collections. The twin building directly opposite is the Museum of Natural History which is very popular with families and children.
Kunsthistorisches Museum is an architectural beauty which contains an exhibition of Hundertwasser's artwork as well as a café with a chic clientele and a garden. The Liechtenstein Museum was built between 1690 and 1712 and is the finest example of the traditional architecture of the city. It houses the impressive private art collection of the Liechtenstein family and is a great day out for art lovers.
MuseumsQuartier is a large complex and one of a kind. It is a pleasant place to relax and enjoy the exhibits for a few hours. The Leopold museum is a must see for every tourist. Families can head for the Prater, which is a giant wooded park and is famous for the century-old Riesenrad (Ferris wheel). The Schönbrunn Palace which was used as the summer residence of the Habsburgs from the 18th century until 1918 offers fabulous views.
SpanischeHofreitschule is another place worth visiting. The horses of this school have been giving amazing performances for the last 4 centuries. One can buy tickets and see the horses in action. Stephansdom is an imposing cathedral which should not be missed. Tourists who choose Vienna car rental can spend their time seeing the sights at their leisure.
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