Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna
Austria, Vienna

The magnificent Schönbrunn Palace has been used by the Habsburgs as a summer residence since the 18th century. Situated in the midst of superb gardens, this vast symmetrical palace brings to your attention everything that the imperial palace has to offer. You have a chance to look at the royal rooms in the Baroque and Rococo styles and admire the famous frescoes on the ceilings of the Great Gallery and in the Mirror Hall, where Mozart once played. The gardens around are equally loved by both tourists and locals, here is the world's oldest zoo (founded in 1752) and a labyrinth. Also nearby is the Orangery, where classical music concerts are held in the summer.

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