We travel the most unknown Vienna

Although the capital of Austria is known worldwide for its exuberant beauty and rich history, today we are going to propose a different tour. We will take a nice walk through the most unknown Vienna and discover really spectacular places, although not as famous as those that appear in any tourist guide of the city.

The most unknown Vienna

Let's start a walk through the most unknown Vienna. Remember that the Austrian capital is a city with a wonderful history that has preserved its heritage with care. So that, Every corner of the metropolis hides wonderful places that will never depart from your memory.

Church of San Carlos Borromeo

Church of San Carlos Borromeo - Mapics

Outside the great tourist circuit of Vienna we find the church of Carlos Borromeo, also known as Karlskirche. This religious building was built under the mandate of Charles VI after the plague epidemic of 1713, is baroque and is inspired by the Roman column of Trajan.

Schwarzenbergplatz

Schwarzenbergplatz - Kochneva Tetyana

Schwarzenbergplatz is a wonderful square that can be found in the most unknown Vienna. It receives its name thanks to the equestrian statue that represents the military Schwarzenberg, although in its geography we also find the Hochstrahlbrunnen fountain, which dates from 1873, or the monument dedicated to the liberation of the city in World War II, called Sovjetischen Beefreinungsdenkmales.

Beethoven statue

One of the illustrious inhabitants of the city of Vienna was Beethoven. Among its streets we find a statue tribute to the great composer near the Kinzerthaus, the concert hall that is the headquarters of the city's Symphony Orchestra. Around him, small figures representing his famous Novena Symphony.

Capuchin Church

Capuchin Church - Jürgen Mangelsdorf / Flcikr.com

We return to religious architecture to visit in this case the church of the Capuchins or Kapuzinerkirche. In the most unknown Vienna we should not forget this 17th century building that is located in the NeuerMarkt square and that guard the burial of Emperor Ferdinand II in the Imperial Crypt. Among other vaults very visited in the place, those that contain the tombs of the famous Francisco José I, Sissí or Prince Rodolfo stand out.

Schillerpark

We now know a beautiful park near Ringstrasse that holds a bronze statue with special dedication to the great German poet, philosopher and playwright Friedrich Schiller. A bucolic place that hides the facade of the Academy of Fine Arts and other works dedicated to various writers.

Secession Pavilion

Secession Building - Bildagentur Zoonar GmbH

We continue touring the most unknown Vienna to reach the Secession Pavilion. A building that acts as an exhibition hall dating from the end of the 17th century. It has a quite unique modernist style.

Haydn Statue

Vienna has been the cradle of great artists, including musicians. One of the most remembered is Joseph Haydn, in whose memory we found a statue that is located on Mariahilferstrasse street, a busy and commercial area of ​​the city.

Sigmund Freud Museum

Did you know that Vienna has a museum dedicated to Sigmund Freud? You are right, the father of psychoanalysis has been a very important figure in the life of the city. Therefore, inside, we will discover photographs, letters, furniture and instruments that this great doctor used in his research.

"If inspiration does not come to me, I meet him, halfway."

-Sigmund Freud-

Prater Amusement Park

The Prater - Aleksandar Todorovic

On the banks of the Danube we find the Prater amusement park. A green area near the Ernst Happel stadium, a place that saw the Spanish soccer team lift the second European Championship in its history. A place full of unique attractions full of charm and fun.

Am Hof ​​Square

Another place worth visiting within the most unknown Vienna is the Am Hof ​​square. Near the Judenplatz we find a place that stands out by the column of Our Lady or Mariensäule, in the center, which is commemorating the end of the 30 Years War.

Central Coffee

Café Central - paula soler-moya / Flickr.com

We finish our visit to the most unknown Vienna by making a small stop at the Central Café. Near the Burgtheater we find this place that has been open since 1860 and has witnessed the passage of Austrian writers, intellectuals, philosophers and aristocrats of all order and condition.

Hopefully, this walk through the most unknown Vienna will inspire you to discover one of the most beautiful and charming cities in all of Europe. There is no doubt that It is one of the best destinations for every lover of travel and uniqueness.

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