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Layover Guide’s Suggestions Of Things To Do On A Vienna Layover:
There’s a multitude of tours you can take around Vienna, depending on the time of day you arrive and your area of interest. There are bus and walking tours, cultural and historic tours, food tours, night tours and much more. For a list of tours you can take from Vienna, or into the surrounding areas, click here.
Schonbrunn Palace (Schloss Schonbrunn)
The Schonbrunn Palace is one of Vienna’s main attractions and a royal residence in the city. The palace, surrounded by expansive gardens with sculptures, also contains the Tiergarten Schonbrunn zoo which is considered the world’s oldest zoo.
The Nanschmarkt is a huge outdoor market which sells everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, to seafood. On Saturdays, you can find antiques and other goodies. The market dates back to the 16th century and is a great place to people watch and get a sense of the city, as well as a bite for lunch.
State Oprah House (Staatsoper)
The State Oprah House is the main theater in Vienna and considered one of the top eight opera houses in the world. You can take a tour of the Opera House, or can purchase a ticket and attend a show.
If you’re looking for a good view of the city, and to grab a bite, check out the Donauturm Observation Tower and Restaurant. The express elevator takes you up to the 150m above the ground where you can get a panoramic view of Vienna.
For some more ideas of things to do in Vienna during your layover, click here. Have any suggestions for a Vienna layover? Leave a comment below!