A very historic and beautiful church. Although we didn't, we could pay to climb in an elevator to see the top of the church.
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Beautiful Cathedral right in the centre of the old town. We had to queue to get inside but didn't wait long - it was free. Worth going inside. You can also walk up the steps of one of the towers for views (viewed from inside...More
A special time at a special place. As compare to other cathedrals in Europe which we have visited, this one was not a very special one but of course every cathedral has its own distinctive feature and history. We had not spent too much time...More
A most beautiful cathedral and despite the fact there was restoration work at the time, most areas were accessible. Didn't tackle the bell tower as we hd only just had lunch. The room tiling is different with the Austrian eagle on.
If you are going to Vienna this is a must see. Architectually it is an amazing building, very impressive. The experior could do with a careful clean but apart more that it is a very beautiful building. IMPORTANT there are 2 towers you can go...More
This beautiful, and very old Gothic Cathedral can be found on one end of the pedestrian mall in city center. Its a beautiful old church, and you can go inside if you want, or go for service. We enjoyed it from the outside and I...More
Built from 1170s.....this romanesque architecture is elaborate and exquisite. The roofs have 230,000 glazed tiles with the southern side having a mosaic double headed eagle. It also hosts the tomb of Frederick III and has an excellent organ system.
One of the prime must-sees in Vienna is the magnificent St. Stephen's Cathedral in Stephansplatz, a shopping and dining pedestrian mall. The church is the first building you see when you enter this area of the city, as it is large and imposing from the...More