Being two thousand-plus years old means many significant periods in Vienna's history formed the city and left a lot of sights & Landmarks to see. The Romans' military camp in the first century C.E, is the historical site of the city core.
The Middle Ages' fortified wall and castle paved way for the delightful "Ringstrasse" and the capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and its impressive public cathedrals and squares, while Vienna's musicians led European music into influencing the world.
The late nineteenth century brought the start of superb mass transportation that allows people to easily move from home to work and leisure in the beauty of Vienna’s parks and squares, and the end of each World War brought the careful architecture of comfortable public housing in healthy, pretty environments. Progress based in the needs of the population continues today with Vienna's role as a first-runner in the newest urban planning technology.
Some of the many wonderful sights to see in Vienna include castles, parks, and statues. When you visiting Vienna Sights & Landmarks you must see: Danube Canal and the First Vienna Spring Water Main, part of Vienna’s most significant and satisfying construction projects.
In the category Points of interest in Vienna, you will find information About Vienna Sights & Landmarks. La Gloriette, Graben Straße, Ringstraße, Ausseres Burgtor, Freyung, etc.