Today we are taking a look inside Schloss Schönbrunn. It has a total of 1,441 rooms, 45 of which can be visited. This specific room is called Great Gallery. Over forty metres long and almost ten metres wide, the Great Gallery provided the ideal setting for court functions. It was used for balls, receptions and as a banqueting hall. Have you ever been inside this splendid palace or do you want to? Have a great weekend! 👑💫 by @xmartita#viennanow ...
🌟5 Reasons why you should visit Vienna🌟
Happy Friday insta friends! I think you all know by now how much I love this city. 😊 Let me make you love it also with these five facts! However, before we start, let me mention my outfit details cause I know a lot of you would surely ask: Coat and Headband: @chic_happens_storezurich , Earrings: @parfumeriehyazinth Bag: @metoyoubag
1️⃣VIENNA`S IMPERIAL ARCHITECTURE
Vienna’s beautiful city centre and historical buildings are some of the city’s prime sights with magnificent architecture that leaves visitors in awe. From Art Nouveau, to Gothic and Baroque as well as the famous “Ringstraßenstil”, Vienna serves it all.
2️⃣VIENNA IS THE CITY WITH HIGHEST QUALITY OF LIVING IN THE WORLD
In 2017, for the eight time in a row, Vienna has been awarded as the city with the highest quality of living. Vienna provides a huge educational offer. The variety of education opportunities and the courses of study is very appreciated nationally as well as internationally wide. Vienna has nine universities, four universities of applied sciences and further private universities.
Vienna has over 100 museums – major collections of global caliber and bizarre little ones. Visit them, look at them, marvel at them. An important part of the culture is the historical inner city, with some of its imperial buildings can still be visited today.
4️⃣VIENNA COMBINES NATURE AND CITY LIVING
Aside from the urban capital flair, Vienna offers countless parks and recreational areas where you can enjoy some peace and quiet. More than half of the metropolitan area is made up of green spaces.
Coffeehouses have been an essential part of the city’s cultural fabric since the first one was opened back in 1685. They are temples to conversation, places to gather, to meet, to discuss, to gossip. And drink great coffee and eat Sacher Torte, of course.. 🌟🌟🌟🌟And many, many more facts! I could write a book about this city, literally. ...
Happy Friday! It‘s a little rainy in Vienna so be sure to take an umbrella with you. And now let‘s be real! How many cities look this gorgeous in the rain? Well, Vienna does look great in the rain and if you want to marvel at it from a cozy and warm place, go to one of the many coffee houses or museums the city has to offer. Which places would you recommend to someone who is visiting Vienna today? ☔️💕 by @gregsideris#viennanow ...