The last city of our trip was Vienna. I've never been there so didn't really know what to expect.
Out tour in Vienna began from the Naturhistorisches Museum or The Museum of Natural History.
It is one of the important museums of the world. Interesting that it consists of two absolutely similar building.
Maria-Theresa Monumen by the Museum of Natural History.
It was the third of January and wasn't as hot as it was in Rome.
Interesting that parking machines are equipped with solar batteries.
Bicycle transport is also quite popular in Vienna. Of course not as much as it is in Amsterdam.
Still some old fashioned trams.
And here is the gorgeous Austrian Parliament Building.
Pallas-Athena-Brunnen in front of parliament.
Parliament building on Ringstraße, Vienna, Austria.
Bronze horse tamer (Rossbändiger) by the Parliament building.
Clock statue on the street.
Huge Votive Church in Vienna.
Some kind of a Christmas decorations.
The Votive Church is a neo-Gothic church located on the Ringstraße in Vienna.
Some kind of a demonstration by the church.
Interesting traffic lights. First time do I see something like this.
These dolls in the window can really scare someone. Especially at night.
Fountain on one of the streets in Vienna.
You can see St. Peter's Church at the end of the street which is a Baroque Roman Catholic parish church.
Every building in the city center is beautifully decorated.
The Pestsäule - one of the most well-known and prominent pieces of sculpture in the city.
I'm not sure but it really does look like a Leonardo Da Vinci sculpture.
St Stephens Cathedral. It looks like Vienna has really lots of beautiful cathedrals.
Another Christmas decorations. These look much better. The largest Christmas balls that I've seen.
Hope it won't fall down.
Beautiful Christmas tree
Cool comics store. It's a shame we didn't manage to visit it.
Enjoying the city.
Of course we had to visit the Mozart shop as well.
Viel Glück - which means Good Luck :)
Every restaurant has its unique idea. Looks great.
Tastes quite delicious to be honest.
And here is the real New Years symbol. I'm not sure if it's right to show it to kids. But it did attract a lot of attention.
I love Vienna.
We just had to take a picture by the horse with an ice cream. :)
Every pillar has a Christmas tree attached to it. Quite strange.
Another interesting pillar with St Stephens Cathedral on the background.
St Stephens Cathedral wall.
The city center is still full of decorations.
Building decoration in Vienna, Austria.
Streets of Vienna.
Interesting how they are protecting statue from the pigeons.
Another horse coach. Looks quite interesting and comfortable.
It's lunch time. Had one B52 to warm up.
Classical scales on the street.
Even though we had only half a day in this city we sure did like it a lot. And we can see why it is admitted as of the best places to live in Europe.comments powered by Disqus