On the trail of Sisi and Franz Joseph

08Feb
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SchönbrunnVienna is popular for its imperial history: Maria Theresia, who introduced compulsory education and Sisi, who traveled around a lot are two well-known characters of yesteryear that lived in the capital. So one thing is clear: tourists in Vienna simply cannot miss the imperial remains of the city – magnificent buildings and thrilling mysteries. But where to start? Here is a list of places you should visit:

Schloss Schönbrunn
If you solely have time to visit one attraction in Vienna, then you should take a tour around the Schloss Schönbrunn! It’s such a beautiful castle you must see.
Where?: Schönbrunner Schlossstraße 47, 1130 Vienna
Public Transport: U4 underground stop Schönbrunn
Website: Schloss Schönbrunn

Sisi Museum
You want to know more about the former empress Sisi? Then this museum is perfect for you!
Where?: Hofburg, Michaelerkuppel, 1010 Vienna
Public Transport: U3 underground stop Herrengasse
Website: Sisi Museum

Imperial Apartments
If you want to know how the apartments of the former emperors looked like, visit the Imperial Apartments located in the Hofburg, the former winter residence of the Habsburgs.
Where?: Hofburg, Michaelerkuppel, 1010 Vienna
Public Transport: U3 underground stop Herrengasse
Website: Imperial Apartments

Imperial Silver Collection
You are interested what was necessary for a dinner at court? Then check out the impressive collection of tableware at the Imperial Silver Collection.
Where?: Hofburg, Michaelerkuppel, 1010 Vienna
Public Transport: U3 underground stop Herrengasse
Website: Imperial Silver Collection

Imperial Furniture Collection
What furniture did the Habsburgs have? Find it out at the Imperial Furniture Collection! In addition, you can look at furniture from various times and styles.
Where?: Andreasgasse 7, 1070 Vienna
Public Transport: U3 underground stop Zieglergasse
Website: Imperial Furniture Collection

Insider information: Save money by purchasing the Sisi ticket, which includes a visit to the Schloss Schönbrunn, the Hofburg (Sisi Museum, Imperial Apartments, Imperial Silver Collection) and the Imperial Furniture Collection.