Speaking of interesting places worth visiting, should definitely be noted the museums, the monuments of architecture, and of course the palaces of Vienna. If you want to see where the Austrian emperors of the Habsburg dynasty used to spend their summer days, be sure to visit Schonbrunn residence, one of the largest Austrian Baroque buildings, which can be easily reached from the city center in just five minutes. Don’t forget Belvedere, Ringstrasse, and St. Stephen’s Cathedral, if the national architecture symbols are of a particular interest for you. Talking about musical sights of the same value, the only competitor to the above is Wiener Staatsoper, outrageous and unforgettable Vienna State Opera.
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The city is literally riddled with invisible discoveries, such as “Butterfly House”, located in the Burggarten palace park, “Coffee Museum” or Kaffeemuseum on Vogelsanggasse, 36, a treasure trove of the Teutonic Knights in the monastery between St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the Treasury, Vienna Gasometers on Guglgasse, 6, and much more. Name but a few street musicians playing Schrammelmusik on accordion and double guitar right in the center of the city, as well as Hundertwasser House – the most unusual house in the whole Austria, where you can find almost no symmetry!