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Vienna City Pass vs City Card – Which one to Choose?

Many of you already know that Vienna has a city card that can be used for public transportation and certain tourist attractions at the same time. It comes in various denominations and offers more than 210 discounts as well as free travel on the city’s public transport system for 2 days or 3 days. 

Early next year, a new Vienna Pass card will be launched. This will come in different variations that can be used for two, three or six days. The two-day pass will be sold at 69 Euros while the one good for six days will cost 99 Euros. 

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    SchönbrunnThree major palaces are in place in Austria’s capital of Vienna. One of them is the Schönbrunn Palace built in the middle of the 18th century. It served as the Austrian royal family’s summer residence. When viewed from the outside, the building stands tall and proud. And unlike other palaces that limit visitors to the areas they can explore, the Schönbrunn palace offers a variety of things to do for people. […]

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    MozarthausVienna, the capital of Austria, is known worldwide for producing a great composer that once lived on this earth. The name is Mozart or more specifically, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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Vienna city pass ticket
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Vienna City Pass vs City Card – Which one to Choose?

Many of you already know that Vienna has a city card that can be used for public transportation and certain tourist attractions at the same time. It comes in various denominations and offers more than 210 discounts as well as free travel on the city’s public transport system for 2 days or 3 days. 

Early next year, a new Vienna Pass card will be launched. This will come in different variations that can be used for two, three or six days. The two-day pass will be sold at 69 Euros while the one good for six days will cost 99 Euros. 

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Famous Palaces on Ringstrasse

Vienna’s Ringstrasse may be well known as a commercial district but not many people know that palaces also abound in the area. In fact, during the construction of this famous boulevard, several palaces were also built by the royal families and wealthy residents including Jewish families of the Austrian capital. Public buildings also occupy the area along with the 13 magnificent palaces. 

Palaces back then were occupied by the royal families together with their servants. In some palaces, however, some areas were rented out. Other palaces had been turned into hotels. 

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