Peterskirche was built starting in 1701, right in the middle of the Baroque period, and it could not have been made to be more iconic of the style. Considered to be one of the most beautiful churches in Vienna, Peterskirche is intimate and ornate, and is a place everyone should make a point to see during a trip here. It’s touristy but somehow peaceful, and the free organ concerts on weekday afternoons are a great time to get the full effect of the church’s atmosphere. As it’s centrally located, you can pop in to rest between more demanding sights and take in the picturesque scenery.
The Imperial Palace has been a center of politics for centuries, first for the Habsburg Empire and... Read more