An audio-guided tour of St. Stephen’s Cathedral will enlighten you more about this iconic Vienna architecture.
Admire the Cathedral’s majestic spires and descend to explore the catacombs of mediaeval nobility.
Visit Dom Museum Wien to discover the Otto Mauer collection of modern art as well as 14th-century artefacts.
Cathedral has witnessed one of most significant events in Austrian history, with seventy two members of the Habsburg family interred in the church’s catacombs and the tower’s spires acting as a Viennese landmark.
But, before you learn more about it on your tour, have a glance at St. Stephen’s magnificent roof, which is covered with 230,000 colourful tiles to form the Habsburg double-headed eagle. Upstairs, you’ll learn about the cathedral’s significance in Vienna, go down to explore the catacombs also climb the North and South Towers.
Head to Dom Museum Wien for a variety of contemporary artwork. There’s a mix of old and new, including a 1360 picture of Duke Rudolf IV, one of the Cathedral’s first contributors.