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Vienna: Entrance Tickets for Belvedere

1. Vienna: Entrance Tickets for Belvedere

The Belvedere in Vienna is one of the leading museums worldwide. Its famous art collection includes works ranging from the Middle Ages to the present day. The unique complex, with its two palaces, the Upper and Lower Belvedere and extensive gardens, is one of the most stunning Baroque architectural marvels in the world. Highlights include the world's largest collection of Gustav Klimt paintings as well as prominent works from the periods of Viennese Biedermeier, Austrian Baroque, Vienna around 1900, and French Impressionism. Now, for the first time in decades, the museum will once again host large-scale special exhibitions that you can admire on your visit. In the 18th century, the Austrian general Prince Eugene of Savoy commissioned the renowned Baroque architect Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt to build the complex. After the death of Prince Eugene, Empress Maria Theresa acquired the entire complex and transformed the Upper Belvedere into an exhibition venue for the imperial collections – making it one of the first public museums in the world. The Lower Belvedere, formerly the residence of Prince Eugene, is home to illustrious exhibitions. The modern pavilion of the Belvedere 21, by architect Karl Schwanzer, is a stage for contemporary art. The Baroque gardens of the Belvedere rank among the most beautiful in the world. The main garden is situated between the Lower and the Upper Belvedere and extends over three large terraces. The Belvedere park is also home to the Botanical Garden and the oldest Alpine garden in Europe.

From Vienna: Full Day Trip to Hallstatt and Salzkammergut

2. From Vienna: Full Day Trip to Hallstatt and Salzkammergut

Depart Vienna and journey by bus into the Austrian Alps to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Salzkammergut, famous for its scenic lakes, limestone mountains and historic castles. Continue to the beautiful village of Hallstatt on the Hallstätter See and learn more about the development of the village and its salt production industry, dating back to prehistoric times.  Next, climb aboard a boat and cruise across the tranquil waters of the Hallstätter See (only in the summer). Get some free time to explore the village on your own before making your way back to Vienna.

Combo Ticket: Kunsthistorisches Museum & Imperial Treasury

3. Combo Ticket: Kunsthistorisches Museum & Imperial Treasury

Visit the magnificent Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna and see imperial masterpieces by Rubens, Rembrandt, Raphael, Velázquez, Titian and Durer. Your ticket also allows access to the treasures of the House of Habsburg in the Imperial Treasury. See the Austrian imperial crown, magnificent German imperial crown, and the insignia of the Holy Roman Empire. Be dazzled by sparkling jewels and the largest cut emerald in the world.

Vienna: Admission Ticket to the Museum of Illusions

4. Vienna: Admission Ticket to the Museum of Illusions

Explore over 70 exhibition pieces at The Museum of Illusions. Suitable for the entire family, train your brain and trick your mind with the mind-boggling puzzles. Defy gravity in an inclined room. Grow and shrink your family and friends in the Ames room. Experience what it feels like to lose the ground underneath your feet at the vortex tunnel. Have your smartphone or camera ready, as there are numerous unique photo opportunities throughout the museum. Break your mind over tricky wooden games and train your brain to think creatively.

Vienna: Albertina Modern at Künstlerhaus Entry Ticket

5. Vienna: Albertina Modern at Künstlerhaus Entry Ticket

Visit the new home for Albertina's extensive collection of contemporary art. Admire the architecture of the beautifully renovated Künstlerhaus as you discover the wide-ranging exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. The museum houses over 60,000 works of art, most prominently among them masterpieces from the Essl Collection.       The Künstlerhaus was originally presented to the city’s artists in 1865 as a gift by Emperor Franz Joseph. As of now, it hosts the Albertina Modern, a second new location of the famous Albertina Museum. This second location of the famous Albertina Museum, opened on May 27 2020, numbers among the largest museums of modern and contemporary art. Discover the collection of more than 60,000 works by 5,000 artists which are displayed during differently themed exhibitions. On over 2,000 m², Albertina Modern presents wide-ranging exhibitions of modern and contemporary art that start from the museum’s own holdings—most prominently among them masterpieces from the Essl Collection, which has been held by the Albertina Museum since 2017. Choose to add on a visit to the main Albertina museum with a combo ticket for both venues.

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4.1 / 5

based on 1,137 reviews

I had a little trouble finding the entrance walking from my hotel. Once I arrived, I was overwhelmed by the art and the grounds. Only wish it had not been a rainy day. Coffee and cake in the Cafe made for a nice break. The Klmit art and other local artists from the same era were the highlight of my trip.

The combination tickets were very handy, you don’t need to visit both in the same day which is good because for the kunsthistorisches you will need at 2 hours to see everything. For the second one is relatively small so one hour maximum to see everything.

We enjoyed the trip so much, the bus was very comfortable and the tour was not crowded at all. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and understanding. I loved the fact that it was do-able with a toddler and a young kid, they enjoyed it too.

Wonderful from start to the end. The guide was very knowledgeable and the scenery and experience at Hallstatt was amazing. Highly recommended, just be prepared for a long day.

It is a very beautiful and interesting landmark. Go to Vienna and not see Klimt? It is unimaginable