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Vienna’s MuseumsQuartier numbers among the ten largest cultural parks in the world.
Nearly 300 years span the period from the construction of the Imperial City Stables at the beginning of the 18th century, their later adaptation as trade fair and exhibition grounds and the official grand opening of the MuseumsQuartier in 2001.

Today, baroque buildings and contemporary architecture, cultural facilities in every shape and size representing a variety of art sectors merge and coalesce to form a scintillatingly contrasting whole.

At the heart of this highly charged architectural field is Vienna’s largest open-air ballroom: the vast inner courtyard of the MuseumsQuartier transmogrifies each summer into a culture oasis in a class of its own.

Visitors and locals relax on weatherproof furniture, fondly dubbed the Enzis and enjoy contemplative leisure stroll, acommpanied by the endless stimulation of culture.

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Bilder: MuseumsQuartier Vienna

  • Museumsquartier © Wien Tourismus Museumsquartier © Wien Tourismus
  • Museumsquartier in Wien © Wien Tourismus Museumsquartier in Wien © Wien Tourismus
  • MuseumsQuartier Wien © Hertha Hurnaus MuseumsQuartier Wien © Hertha Hurnaus
  • Enzis im Museumsquartier © Gian Marco Castelberg Enzis im Museumsquartier © Gian Marco Castelberg

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Vienna Card

The Vienna Card offers discounts to more than 210 attractions in the city and unlimited free travel by underground, bus and tram for 48 or 72 hours. Per card, one child (below the age of 15) can use the public transportation system for free.

Vienna Card

Vienna Journal on your iPad

The 2013 Vienna Journal is now available as a free iPad app.

Browse through interesting and entertaining articles on Vienna's art and culture, modern and classical music, the famous Vienna coffee house as well as on the city's parks and gardens. Download it here


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