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Das MuseumsQuartier Wien zählt mit rund 70 Einrichtungen für zeitgenössische Kunst und Kultur zu den weltweit größten Kulturarealen. The MuseumsQuartier Wien is one of the largest cultural complexes in the world. About 70 different facilities for contemporary art and culture are based here.
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November 06, 2019
MQ (5 stops by U2 or 15 min) is a great place to go! MUMOK and Leopoldmuseum, lot´s of restaurants, a nice area to be in summer and in winter and stroll around.
November 03, 2019
The MQ is home to a range of installations from large art museums like the Leopold Museum and the MUMOK (Museum of Modern Art Ludwig Foundation Vienna) to contemporary exhibition spaces like the Kunsthalle Wien and festivals like the Wiener Festwochen, an annual summer event that is headquartered in…
November 03, 2019
A place for Art Lovers and artists.
October 26, 2019
This is one of my favorite places of Vienna. In the museums quarter you can find one museum next to the other and they are all built like castles in the 19th century Austrian style. If you are interested in history and art you may want to visit one of the museums, but even if you're just going to…
October 09, 2019
More than 16 museums at 1 place

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“The Belvedere is not only a magnificent Baroque palace but also houses one of Austria's most valuable art collections ”
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Shopping Centre
“This tip is not a secret one. Everyone coming to Vienna will once visit Mariahilferstraße, as it is one of the largest streets of Vienna. It is full of stores, boutiques and all the big international brands have their flagship stores on Mariahilferstraße. Why you should visit it What most people do miss when shopping there is taking a look to the side streets to the left and right. There are some really nice boutiques hidden there. Best tips are Neubaugasse, Zollergasse, Kirchengasse, Otto-Bauer-Gasse to just name some of them. Perfect place for shopping, nice restaurants and cafe and meeting young people!”
  • 4 locals recommend
Clothes Shop
“Kärntnerstraße is a shopping street in the city center The beloved street runs between Karlsplatz and St. Stephen's Cathedral. The boulevard begins at the height of the Vienna State Opera - more precisely at the Hotel Sacher. Tip 1: In the Café Sacher you can enjoy the original Sachertorte or you can take it packaged in a fine wooden box as a sweet Viennese souvenir. Tip 2. The department store Steffl (no 19) offers a wide range of designer goods and branded cosmetics. Tip 3: The panoramic glass elevator of the Steffi store leads to the café and restaurant of the chic Sky-Bar. Tip4 : Do not miss the Swarovski flagship store on Kärntnerstraße no. 24. Monday - Friday: 10:00 to 20:00 Saturday: 9:30 to 18:00 Accessibility: Underground U1 and U3 station Stephansplatz or U1, U2 and U4 station Karlsplatz”
  • 6 locals recommend
1 Museumsplatz
Neubau, Wien 1070
Phone+43 1 5235881
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