Hotel Viktoria *** Vienna

City attractions

Schönbrunn Palace

It is the biggest palace and one of the most important and most popular objects of cultural value of Austria. The whole ensemble, including the palace, the park and not least the oldest zoo in the world was placed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list in 1996.
  • Neptune Fountain
  • Marionette Theatre
  • Palm House
  • Schönbrunn Palace Garden
  • Children’s Museum
  • Carriage Museum
  • Maze & Labyrinth
  • Pigeon House
  • Japanese Garden
  • Schönbrunn swimming bath
The Schönbrunn Palace Conference Centre offers many modern conference and events rooms of various different sizes.
Enjoy beautiful melodies of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss in the traditional Orangery Schönbrunn where the Schönbrunn Palace Orchester and Chamber Ensemble presents every day varied concert programme.
Drink punch in winter on the Christmas market, enjoy Eastern market in spring and the zoo, maze & labyrinth in summer and autumn – Schönbrunn offers everything!

Schönbrunn Zoo

is the most popular sight of the Schönbrunn Palace garden. It is the oldest existing zoo of the world.
Numerous innovations and enhancements made the Schönbrunn Zoo one of the most modern and popular zoos of the world.
If you have an annual season-ticket you can visit the zoo whenever you like – also for a short walk in winter.
Enjoy eventful days in the zoo with your family, watch your favourite animals, go with the panorama train to the Tirol farm, have a snack in the Emperor's Pavillion Café. In the Schönbrunn Zoo you and your children will find everything that makes fun.

Lainzer Zoo

The Lainzer Zoo is located in a nature protection zone in the 13th district of Vienna with the area of 2500ha in the south Viennese forest. The zone extends over the recreational area of the western residential estate of the city between the Vienna River and Liesingbach dale. Free entrance!
In the Lainzer Zoo local forest animals live in free nature! Surrounding wall prevents animals to run away. Roe deers, harts, wild boars and moufflons are living here. You can see some of them in compounds near the entrance on the Lainzer gate.