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A beautiful place to go. The palace and gardens are so well looked after. There is a walk up the zig zag path take a while. But once you get to the top the view is stunning. We did go in the palace as there...More
This is officially Austria's favourite tourist attraction. This might be more of an indictment on Austria's tourist industry but the Gardens and the Palace itself are very well oiled and beautiful to see. It is - unsurprisingly - not cheap to visit but if you...More
We visited Schonbrunne gardens and palace. Due to long queues we were not able to see the rooms but had to be content with exploring the gardens. The flowers were in full bloom and it was a treat to the eyes. Even though there were...More
While we had mixed feelings about the "grand tour" of Schönbrunn, but we absolutely loved the gardens and grounds. The setting is beautiful and worth exploring. Even on a cold December day with some snow on the ground, we loved walking around the gardens.
What an amazing garden. There are lots of pathways, structured walks and beautiful trees laid out in patterns.
I came during the winter and missed the blossoming if the flowers but all the evergreens played out in all greens possible. Totally beautiful.
Even in winter these gardens were worth a visit. Stunning views, statues, fountains and gardens with the palm house really lovely. Well worth a visit and a good walk around. Immaculately kept, no litter in sight - a delight to behold!
These gardens cover a very large area at the rear of Schonbrunn Palace. During the Summer the gardens are a delight of colourful flowers all around it. In December there aren't any leaves on the trees or lots of flowers but it still has charm,...More
Vienna’s 13th district has always been in the shadow of Schönbrunn Palace and its gardens, but has interesting hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Allow half a day for the imposing Habsburg residence and the gardens with Gloriette belvedere. Reserve the other half to discover the secret charms of this posh residential neighbourhood. Sneak out of the gardens at Hietzinger Tor (Hietzing Gate) and head down
Hietzinger Hauptstrasse for Kaiserpavillon (Emperor’s pavilion), an Art Nouveau gem right on top of U4’s metro railtracks. At local institutions Café Dommayer and restaurant Plachutta you can mingle with residents, their families and friends. Dommayer has risen to fame since waltz king Johann Strauss and his orchestra performed there regularly. If you want to go beyond private villa gazing visit Klimtvilla and Hermesvilla. Art Nouveau genius Gustav Klimt had his last studio in a now beautifully renovated villa, which is open during spring and summer. Hermesvilla at Lainzer Tiergarten animal enclosure and nature park is a must for all romantics and fans of Empress Sissi.
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Don't think you need a ticket for the places outside the palace. There is an entrance at the right side when you face the palace. Everyone just walks in... even locals go there to jog on a regular basis. Don't believe the... More
Don't think you need a ticket for the places outside the palace. There is an entrance at the right side when you face the palace. Everyone just walks in... even locals go there to jog on a regular basis. Don't believe the website who ask you to buy tickets. No one checks and there are actually multiple entrances to the palace gardens.