Some exampels which gives free entry with Vienna Pass:
Scönbrunn Palace is one of the most important cultural experiences in Vienna and since the 1960s the attraction in Vienna who have vast majority of visitors. The name of the castle comes from a citation awarded emperor Matthias “Welch Schöner Brunn”. Schönbrunns history spans 300 years back in time and since 1996 a UNESCO World heritage site along with the castle park and the Schönbrunn Zoo wich is located on the same grounds. Schönbrunn castle is so vast that it is also home to Schönbrunn zoo, That also holds the title of the oldest zoo in the world. Built in 1752 of emperor Franz I Stephan and was originally conceived as a small exhibition. Now it has over 2 million visitors each year who are intrested in the unique collection of animals. Here you will find about 700 diffrent species and around 8,500 animals in total such as spiders, jellyfish and many more. Schönbrunn is one of the few zoos in the world with giant pandas and in 2007 was the birth of the first panda naturally in Europe. Another attraction at the zoo is the rainforest house where you go through a simulation of the Amazon rainforest and an aquarium wich gives the visitor a unique experience of what lies beneath the surface of the Amazon river.
Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel
Viennas giant ferris wheel offers an unparalleled view of the city from a height of about 65 meters and have done so since the turn of the century. Experience a tour of Vienna’s major famous Ferris Wheel a hallmark of the city and a symbol of the world-famous Wiener Prater. With its iconic skyline, this is something not to be missed. A promised panoramic adventure, take to the skies and learn about Vienna from alla angles.
Hofburg is one of the places you must visit when you`re in Vienna. Hofburg is a palace and former imperial residence. Today Hofburg is the official seat of the Austrian president, The palace has been rebuilt and modernized over the centuries and includes a chapel,museums, imperial libary, the treasury and the national theatre. Hofburg is also home to the Spanish riding school. The Spanish Riding School is a renowned institution and tradition that has been part of Vienna’s rich culture since 1565. The riding school was named after the famous Spanish horses that were used at the riding school before the official founding in 1729. School tours around the world twice a year to showcase their performances in classical horsemanship. This classic dressage is a major tourist attraction which attracts thousands of tourists from around the world each year.
Part of the Madame Tussauds family, this waxworks museum is a must-visit if you’re in Vienna. Here you will find several famous actors, sports heroes and artists such as Daniel Craig, Justin Bieber and And Madame Tussaud herself. Behind the scenes, you can get a tour and see how the staff makes the wax dolls. One should also try to make their own wax dolls that you can take home. There are a number of exhibitions of famous politicians like Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela, To some of the world´s most famous inventors such as Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein.
Wien HOP ON HOP OFF bus
Discover Vienna from a different perspective with a VIENNA SIGHTSEEING HOP ON HOP OFF tour. A comprehensive tour of the city, you’ll be driven around the top sights, monuments and landmarks in a double decker, open top bus. It’s the perfect opportunity to customise your own tour, you can hop-on, hop-off at any of the up to 45 stops to explore Vienna at your leisure. With a choice of five routes, you can pick and choose your journey and discover everything there is to see of Austria’s historic capital!