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Home of the Habsburgs, the capital of classical music, and the multicultural melting pot of Mitteleuropa, Vienna is one of Europe’s most fascinating cities. Its slow-paced life, architectural variety, and intensely seasonal cultural and gastronomic pleasures make Vienna an ideal destination for visitors. Get ready for balmy summer evenings at wine taverns, mugs of mulled wine at Christmas markets, and strolls through historic streets.




Famous The 'People's Garden'

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The “People Garden” is centrally located in the middle of the 1st district and is part of the Hofburg palace. Its beautiful gardens hold monuments, statues and historical buildings. The park also is shared by the well visited butterfly house.

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The 'People's Garden' Editors' Note

Volksgarten is a public park in Vienna’s Innere Stadt district. The garden is part of the Hofburg Palace, which traces back to 1821. The Volksgarten has been open to the public since around 1823.

Volksgarten contains two fountains, The Triton and Nymph Fountain, which was built in 1880 by Viktor Tilgner and the Volksgarten Fountain was erected in 1866 by Anton Dominik Fernkorn. Many monuments, buildings, and a beautiful rose garden also don the premises.

Volksgarten, Vienna