M1 - Schönbrunn Palace
is the most-visited tourist attraction of Austria. We follow the traces of Maria Theresia, Francis Joseph and Sisi and of Napoleon II and admire the magnificent interior of the palace.
M2 - Museum of Fine Art
shows the collector´s instinct of the Habsburgs. We will look at the masterpieces of Raffael, Tizian, Tintoretto, Caravaggio, Velazquez, Rembrandt, Rubens, Van Dyck, Breughel and Durer.
M3 - Imperial Treasury
leads you into a world of crowns, jewels and state robes of the Holy Roman Empire and the Austrian Empire. You will hear about the Order of the Golden Fleece and Napoleon´s connection with the Austrian Empire.
M4 - Sisi-Museum & Imperial Appartments
revive the life and death of the popular empress and let you experience the world of imperial ceremonies and style of living.
M5 - Mozart Mansion
is the lately renovated Carmesina house, one of the 13 appartments in which Mozart lived for the greater part of his 10-year-stay in Vienna. This visit can be combined with the city-walk "Mozart´s traces in Vienna" to get a half day program.
M6 - National library and globe-museum
combines the state hall of the National library, which is one of the most beautiful interiors in Austria, with the world´s most important collection of globes. About Coronelli and globes of the earth and the sky.
M7 - Imperial Silver Collection
shows you precious state services and wonderful table-centre pieces. You will be introduced to the dining and drinking culture of the imperial court and will hear a lot about the work behind the scenes.
M8 - Liechtenstein Museum
is among the world´s most impressive private collections of Art. In an unique baroque ambience we will look at the masterpieces of Rubens and Adrian de Fries and the world´s most expensive piece of furniture.
M9 - Leopold Museum
is a tremendous Art-experience, showing masterpieces of the 19th and 20th centuries, painted by Egger-Lienz, Kokoschka and above all by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.
M10 - Imperial Vaults
is the tomb of the Habsburgs. We travel in time and pass the different emperors and their sepulcres, of which some of them are of outstanding quality world-wide.
M11 - Belvedere Palace
houses the Austrian Gallery with pieces of the periods of Classicism, Realism, Biedermeier and the extensive collection of the works of Kokoschka and Klimt.
M12 - St. Stephen´s Cathedral
is the most important gothic medieval church in the German-speaking area, an enormous rich furnished church, and a very special Symbol of Austria.