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Vienna, Austria Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 436
Total Sleeping Rooms 33,958
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 450
Committable Meeting Rooms* 43
Convention Center Space 120,960 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 55,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 1,056 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate EUR 190
Average Daily Meal Cost EUR 80
Average Weekly Car Rental EUR 218
*Maximum for a single hotel

Vienna, Austria Things to Do and Attractions

Historic Center of Vienna

Stitched in the famous Ringstrasse, lined with grand buildings, monuments, and parks, the Historic Center of Vienna is rich in architectural ensembles, including Baroque castles and gardens. A UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, the central district

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Hofburg Palace

Symbolizing Austrian cultural heritage, Hofbug Palace was originally a home base of the Habsburgs from 1273 to 1918. The thirteenth century Schweizerhof (Swiss Courtyard) is the oldest section of the palace and is named after Swiss guards who used to

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Schoenbrunn Palace

The construction of Schoenbrunn Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was commissioned by Emperor Leopold I in the end of 17th century. The palace served as an opulent summer abode to the Habsburgs and grew into a palatial imperial residence over the

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Schonbrunner Gardens

Set in the grounds of Schönbrunn Palace, Schonbrunner gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the city's greatest treasures. The gardens cover a vast area with a beautiful Baroque landscape, sprinkled with ornamental structures,

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Tiergarten Schonbrunn - Zoo Vienna

Established as a menagerie by Franz Stephan in 1752, Tiergarten Schonbrunn is the oldest zoo in the world and is part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site of Schönbrunn. Spread across an area of 17 hectares, the zoo houses some 750 animals,

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State Opera House

The State Opera House was established in November of 1953 when Plovdiv composed his first opera performance, “The Bartered Bride.” Today, this distinguished hall welcomes classic and modern European operas performed in Bulgarian, and it

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Top Kino

One of the most popular arthouses in Vienna, Top Kino is also notable for the restaurant and bar in its foyer. The hip décor is very typical for the youth of Vienna. You can enjoy the authentic taste of Austria's finest lagers at Top Kino Bar.

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Café Central

Café Central has been established in 1876. Over coffee, cake, and the odd cigar, some of the greatest poets, philosophers and – it has to be said – storytellers the world has ever seen, got together in Vienna's most attractive

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Motto am Fluss

This hot spot on the Danube Canal doubles as a mooring station for the Twin City Liner, which connects Vienna with Bratislava by boat and is an architectural highlight. At first sight, the building could be confused with a boat. The heart of the

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Steirereck im Stadtpark

Tastefully designed with a wonderful terrace looking over the Stadtpark, this two-starred Michelin restaurant flourishes under the direction of chef Heinz Reitbauer. Located in the heart of Stadtpark, this restaurant is famous for contemporary

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Heurige in Vienna

In the legendary comfortable atmosphere, the “heurige,” or wine taverns, primarily offer the Viennese and their guests entertainment, fine Viennese wines, and fitting culinary accompaniments. They're places in which to feel good, where

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Kunsthistorisches Museum

Your visit to Kunsthistorisches Museum will become one of the best experiences of your Vienna trip. The museum brims with the finest works of European painters, sculptors, and artisans. The huge range of artwork accumulated by the Habsburgs is simply

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Belvedere Palace Museum

One of the Europe's remarkable landmarks, the two Belvedere palaces were built in the early 18th century, now inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. Once Prince Eugene's summer residence, this ensemble comprises the Upper and Lower

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St. Stephen's Cathedral

One of the most important and beloved landmarks of the country, St. Stephen's Cathedral has played an important role in Vienna's spiritual and worldly affairs. The oldest parts of the cathedral date back to the 13th century, and it took almost 200

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Spread across an area of 60 square kilometers, Prater is the biggest public park in central Vienna. The Wurstelprater, as the locals call it, opens a fascinating world to its visitors. Highlights of the Prater include the world-famous Giant Ferris

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