This Vienna map is perfect for tourists and travelers. Why do you need a tourist map of Vienna? This map will help you get the most out of your trip . We’ve done all the hard work and found all the places you’ll want to visit. The most famous Vienna attractions, the best things to do in Vienna, listed with notes and pictures. So, download this tourist attractions map of Vienna and you’ll be all set for your trip. Enjoy Wien!
If you enjoy walking, I highly recommend that you walk around as much as possible. Chart a course from blue pin to blue pin. The blue pins represent attractions in Vienna. I’ve focused on art museums, parks, palaces, churches and street markets. There’s even a chocolate museum marked! You can cover all these blue pins in a day (if you don’t go inside the museums), or you can take your time over several days slowly working your way through the city. While you’re walking, you should make time to stop at a green pin, or cafe. Cafes in Vienna are great places to relax, enjoy a leisurely cup of coffee and try Sahertorte. After a long day of walking, check out one of Vienna’s rooftop bars. The rooftop bars are marked with purple pins. Try to go just before sunset to ensure you’ll have ideal lighting for amazing photos. If you have extra time, I also recommend shopping. I’ve marked some of my favorite stores with orange pins.
Vienna is a city for the people. You’ll notice lots of manicured green space, huge pedestrian walkways and plenty of water bottle refill stations. The main greenspace you’ll want to visit is Volksgarten, but check out Stadtpark if you have time. Also, the Belvedere Palace & Museum is one of Vienna’s main tourist attractions. You’ll find impressive gardens spaces with statues and fountains on palace grounds. Some of the most impressive palaces include Schonbrunn Palace, Hofburg Palace and Belvedere Palace. These are all excellent examples of baroque architecture.
If you’re an art lover, you won’t want to miss Vienna’s impressive museums. Specifically, the Belvedere Palace Museum, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Albertina and the Leopold have extensive fine art exhibitions.
Our favorite rooftop bar in Vienna was Atmosphere. At Atmosphere the service, food and drinks were top notch. We also visited SKY in Vienna’s downtown shopping district. I always recommend trying to make reservations ahead of time for rooftop bars. Even if the rooftop bar is more casual, they will give priority tables (with better views) to those who book ahead.
In this world-class city, you’ll also find great shopping opportunities. Start at the northernmost end of Mariahilfer street (at Museum Quarter), and follow it down (southwest). You’ll hit all the best stores. You can find Mango, Pull & Bear and Bershka on Mariahilfer street. These are some of my favorite European brands. For more information about the labels, price ranges and styles offered, check out Where to Shop in Europe.
If you’re looking for more inspiration on planning your trip to Vienna, you’ll want to read 10 Essential Experiences and Things to do in Vienna. Beyond seeing the sights and taking selfies, I’ve listed some of the top cultural experiences that you can have in Wien.