Vienna’s central cemetery, also known as Zentralfriedhof, offers insights into Austria’s history Opened in the late 19th century, Zentralfriedhof is the largest cemetery in the city, and is the final resting place of over three million people. Not only does the cemetery exhibit beautifully designed structures for architectural aficionados, but is also a great attraction for those who are interested in the fathers of classical music. Here, classical music fans can visit the final resting grounds of Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss II, and many other renowned musical geniuses.
Esterházykeller provides a charming Austrian ambience and traditional menu. Opened in 1683 and ... Read more