visually stunning, Vienna isn’t all about its cityscape and architectural skyline,
there’s plenty of culture along its streets and inside its establishments too.
for example, the Sigmund Freud Museum, which
allows travellers to soak up a piece of scientific history through the pioneering
psychoanalytical work of the late Austrian neurologist. The museum, usually located
at Berggasse 19, is temporarily
located at Berggasse 13 until May
up, try taking a visit to the city’s Jewish
Museum, founded in 1896 in its original location. Today, Vienna’s Jewish
Museum is split across two sites, one at Judenplatz,
and the other at Palais Eskeles. Containing
a broad selection of artefacts and exhibition, the museum shows visitors an insight into Jewish life, religion and history in Austria.
if after walking around museums and taking in plenty of different cultures, you
fancy something different, then Schönbrunn
Palace and Gardens is the perfect remedy. An impressive landmark in itself,
Schönbrunn Palace displays opulence
of the highest level, but take a gentle stroll through its gardens and you’ll discover
a whole new world of natural beauty.