Vienna, Austria

  • Tour St. Stephen’s Cathedral, one of the most stunning examples of Gothic architecture in all of Europe.
  • Enjoy a lively menagerie of animals, including giant pandas, at Tiergarten Schönbrunn, known as the oldest zoo in the world.
  • Grab a seat at an outdoor cafe along Stephansplatz, a pedestrian-friendly plaza.
  • Dig into sachertorte, a type of chocolate cake that’s a renowned Viennese delicacy.
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An Imperial Palace Legacy

Positioned in the Goldenes Quartier and overlooking the famous Am Hof square, Park Hyatt Vienna also holds the distinct honor of being part of a celebrated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within walking distance to all of the major attractions of the city, the building itself first served as the headquarters for the Austrian Monarchy Bank. More than 100 years old, this illustrious building is surrounded by fashion houses and the boutiques of Kohlmarkt. Whether music, award-winning museums and landmarks or the high quality of life bring you to Vienna, you'll rest easy knowing your accommodations are large and spacious, especially by European standards.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Vienna International Airport (VIE)
  • Vienna Genussfestival
  • Elevation
    600 feet
  • Currency
  • Languages
    Austro-Bavarian and German

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity

  • Historic Center of Vienna

    Comprised of a patchwork of Baroque castles, verdant gardens and 19th century architecture, Vienna's historic center was first founded by Celtics and Romans and has long been a draw to both locals and visitors.

    Belvedere Palace Museum. On a sloping hill above the city, iron gates lead into stunning gardens and a museum that displays the works of Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka.

    Kunsthistorisches Museum. Some of the world's most notable imperial art history is housed near the Ringstrasse, the circular road where this museum is located. The Kunsthistorisches Museum is one of the foremost museums in the world, home to collections from Ancient Egypt through the 18th century. Rotating exhibitions, educational programs and guided tours are on offer.

    Hofburg Imperial Palace. Empress Elisabeth (Sisi) called this palace home, as did the Habsburgs family. Today, part of the palace serves as both residence and office to the President of Austria. Take an audio-guided tour through the Imperial Silver Collection and the Imperial Apartments.

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Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Vienna Vacation

    Vienna's location in northeastern Austria lies within both oceanic and humid continental climates. Warm summers and dry, cold winters are typical, with snow being somewhat uncommon. Spring and autumn are historically mild. July marks the warmest month of the year in Vienna, with temperatures averaging around 66 degrees. June sees a fair amount of rain and August is full of sunny days.


Map of Vienna, Austria

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