Vienna

Outside of ICLaVE|11, Vienna has countless additional attractions on offer. Many of them are located within walking distance of our conference venue, the Main Building of the University of Vienna, or can easily can be reached by public transport. However, even just strolling through Vienna without entering any of the various sights is worthwhile, as you will pass through a cityscape abundant with historical buildings. 

In the centre of Vienna, in the first district, you will find, for example, St. Stephen's Cathedral, as well as the Hofburg, featuring the Spanish Riding School, the Sisi Museum, the Heldenplatz, and the Austrian National Library.

Further highlights are the Schönbrunn Palace, Belvedere Palace, the Giant Ferries Wheel in the Prater fair and grounds, the Hunderwasser House Vienna, and St. Charles' Church.

Click here for an overview of Vienna’s main sights (courtesy of the Vienna Tourist Board).

Vienna is furthermore famous for its opera and operetta stagings, concerts, and theatre scene, with performances held, for example, at the Vienna State Opera and the Burgtheater.

Last but not least, Vienna boasts several notable museums, for instance the Albertina, the Natural History Museum, and the Art History Museum. Click here for an overview of Vienna’s museums and current exhibitions.

We hope that you will enjoy your stay in our beautiful city just as much as our conference!