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This tip is not a secret one. Everyone coming to Vienna will once visit Mariahilferstraße, as it is one of the largest streets of Vienna. It is full of stores, boutiques and all the big international brands have their flagship stores on Mariahilferstraße. What most people do miss when shopping…
You can find almost anything you want here! Great selection of shops on this street.
You arrive in Vienna‘s biggest shopping street in just 9 Metro Stations.
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“Metro Line U1, short walk from the partment. It takes you to the most important spots in town (Opera, Stephansplatz, and every other spot in the core city center), great access in only few stops”
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“Mit einer Länge von mehr als einem Kilometer, ist die Favoritenstraße eine der beliebtesten Shopping-Meilen in Wien. U-Bahn-Stationen: Hauptbahnhof, Keplerplatz und Reumannplatz.”
- Yerel halktan 2 kişi öneriyor
“This former insane asylum now holds a pathological anatomy museum. Meaning “Fools’ Tower,” the Narrenturm was one of the first insane asylums ever built. Today the Narrenturm no longer holds mentally imbalanced Viennese, but it does contain something else of interest: The Anatomical-Pathological Museum. While the circular building (known by locals as “the poundcake”) houses only a small percent of the museum’s total collection, it contains some fascinating pieces. Syphilitic skulls that resemble Swiss cheese, jars of disfigured fetuses, and graphic wax displays of untreated STDs all peer out at you from the old cells. It also contains a recreated wonder cabinet, complete with a narwhal tusk and taxidermied monkeys. Keep your eyes open for the Hydrocephalic skeleton, towards the end of the museum. His enormous head is hard to miss. Update August 2017: The building is undergoing a major renovation and much of the collection has been moved into storage. ”
- Yerel halktan 6 kişi öneriyor
“Have coffee in a greenhouse! Part of the huge Hofburg complex in the heart of the city is an Art Nouveau greenhouse – the Palmenhouse. It is the former home of Habsburg royal family that now houses the residence of Austria’s President and the Prime Minister’s office. And the Butterflyhouse. Once used by the emperor as a place of relaxation, it contains the Schmetterlinghouse (Butterflyhouse). It is a beautiful display of hundreds of butterfly species living in a large tropical rainforest setting. ”
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