I would like to show you the top 10 attractions of Vienna, Austria.
Number 10: Hofburg. Vienna is a city of grand palaces. Among the most lavish is Hofburg. The Habsburg's empire was ruled from here for seven centuries.
Number 9: Hundertwasserhaus - designed to show unpredictability, a unique residential building with crooked floors, varied colors curved walls, and a forest on the roof.
Number 8: Vienna Opera House. Few opera houses are as spectacular as this one. In this world class venue, be sure to catch a concert performance.
Number 7: Secession Building. This striking building was constructed in the late 19th century. Today it houses contemporary artworks that changes periodically.
Number 6: Food. Indulge in local Austrian food. Chocolate cake here is world famous. Another popular option is the apple pie.
Number 5: Vienna City Hall. This splendid gothic style structure houses the local city government. More than 2,000 fortunate people work in the City Hall.
Number 4: Museum of Art History. One of the greatest museum buildings in the world, this 19th century landmark displays the art collection from the Habsburg Empire.
Number 3: Belvedere. Like other grand palaces of Vienna, this is a magnificent palace complex. Set against beautiful landscaping, its inside has great artwork.
Number 2: St. Stephen's Cathedral, one of the most important icons of Vienna. This cathedral has been a witness to many important events in Austria's history.
Number 1: Schönbrunn, a UNESCO world heritage site. This imposing palace complex should be a must see for every visitor coming to the wonderful city of Vienna.