Vienna virtual tour. If you have enough of movies, TV shows and books you´ve been reading for the past couple of weeks, one of the things you can do from the safety of your own home is to visit Europe’s most beautiful and interesting landmarks, for example, Vienna. Enjoy our virtual tours.
1. Vienna State Opera
The opera house was opened for its visitors in May 1869 with Mozart’s DON JUAN. Among the guests invited to this performance was Emperor Franz Joseph with his wife Empress Elisabeth also known as “Sisi”. On the website below you´ll be able to take a virtual tour through the Vienna State Opera as well as find out some interesting facts about its history.
The Hofburg formerly served as a principal imperial palace of the Habsburg monarchy and today it is the official residence as well as the workplace of the President of Austria. Because pictures often tell more than a thousand words, we highly recommend you visit Hofburg´s 360° Tour and have a look at the imperial world of the Habsburg dynasty.
3. Danube Tower
Now you have the chance to experience the Danube Tower and its perfect view over the heart of Vienna from the comfort of your home. The city has decided to share this experience with everyone who´s interested. The only thing you need to do is to have a seat and visit the website provided below.
The Burgtheater plays a very important role in the German-speaking theatrical world. Every year hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the venue and enjoy the works of the most famous playwrights in history. On the website, you´ll be able to find close-ups of all the pieces of paintings that are currently available in the Burgtheater in Vienna as well as take a tour through the halls of the building by choosing the VR tour option on the website below.
On the website, you´ll be able to find close-ups of all the pieces of art currently available in the Belvedere Museum in Vienna as well as take a tour through all 4 of the buildings that belong to this beautiful complex. Choose the building and look through its halls and feel like a true tourist without having to leave your home.
6. Albertina Museum
Now you can enjoy all of the 21 staterooms, which have been completely restored and equipped with precious original furniture from the comfort of your own home. The only thing you need is a computer or a phone. Just like that, you will be able to recall the Habsburg period’s glory and have a look at the aspects of domestic and official culture in one of Europe’s most beautiful and most visited neo-classical palaces.
Schönbrunn Palace belongs to the World Cultural Heritage and is Austria’s most-visited sight. The place was built in a baroque style and is surrounded by beautiful gardens with various types of flowers that complete the overall scenery. This 360° virtual tour certainly has a lot to offer. Everybody will find there something interesting.
8. Natural History Museum
Through the virtual reality tour, you can now have a look at all 39 rooms of the museum and maybe along the way you´ll learn something new. This is certainly the time when you can relax and enjoy a little bit of natural history. The museum also offers digital walks to exhibition objects and through special exhibitions from Monday to Friday on Facebook or Instagram.
9. University of Vienna
The University of Vienna is one of the oldest and biggest Universities in Europe. The main building of the university is situated in the heart of the Vienna near Hofburg and Rathaus. It is associated with 20 Nobel Prize winners and its extensive library, which also offers tours to those interested, comprises more than 7 million books in its inventory. Through the links provided, you can take a 360 Virtual Tour and have a look at the architecture and overall layout of the whole University of Vienna.
10: Museum of Fine Arts
This virtual tour provides a glimpse into the vast collection of beautiful and enchanting artwork and provides visitors with an experience that is very unique and like no other in the world. The tour includes also the famous café and restaurant which seems to be one of the reasons why so many tourists want to visit this place. An additional tour for kids is available through the art education app that has been developed by the museum and can be downloaded to your phone.
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