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Vienna off-the-beaten-path

These attractions may be off-the-beaten path, but they're still Vienna gems
Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 2.9 miles
Duration: Half day
Family Friendly

Overview :  The must-see list for Vienna is long as the city is rich in arts, culture and history. This tour is designed to get you to see the... more »

Tips:  Don’t be afraid to make changes to this tour adjusting points of interest according to your schedule. Please wear comfortable shoes as... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Hofmobiliendepot

The Imperial Furniture Collection, formerly the Imperial-Royal Furniture Storehouse, used to be storage used by the Habsburgs. Today the museum shows how the imperial families used to live. With 165,000 exhibits, Hofmobiliendepot is one of the world's largest furniture collections, presenting the furniture from over three centuries.The collection ... More

About 120 market stands and restaurants are sure to satisfy the pickiest foodie at Naschmarkt, the most famous Vienna market where one can find exotic dishes from around the world. Additionally, Naschmarkt houses a flea market on Saturdays. A good place to observe Viennese.
Admission: Free

Monday – Friday: 6am- 7:30pm
Saturday, 6am ... More

Named after Dr. Rudolf Leopold, whose collection of hundreds of masterworks of Austrian modern art is the highlight of the museum, Leopold Museum is located conveniently in MuseumsQuartier near the Imperial Palace. The museum houses the largest world collection of Egon Schiele work as well as the masterpieces of Gustav Klimt, the founder of Vienna... More

4. Austrian Folklore Museum

The Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art, founded in 1895, displays collections of the traditional folk culture of Austria and its neighboring countries. The museum houses folk-created objects, dating largely from the 17th to 19th centuries with emphasis on the folk art collections of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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This former residency of Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, attracts today those curious of Freud’s life. The famous neurologist lived in this Viennese house from 1891 until 1938 when he was forced to emigrate to Great Britain. The museum includes Freud’s office and private apartments. Visitors can see the waiting room original... More