The Ringstrasse is a 5.3-kilometer circular boulevard that wraps around Vienna’s historic city center. On the boulevard, there are many places such as the most magnificent structures of the city, interesting buildings and must-see museums and restaurants. The most important buildings of Vienna, one of the capitals of culture and art, are located on the street. Ringstrasse, one of the most beautiful streets in Europe in terms of history, architecture and aesthetics, is at the top of tourists’ travel lists.
The Vienna State Opera is one of the most important buildings on the boulevard. It has an important place in both Austrian history and world history. The opera house, which has been in service since 1869, reflects the Neo-Renaissance period. It was closed with the destruction caused by the Second World War, but reopened in 1955.
Neue Burg is a palace that houses the National Library and the Weltmuseum. The palace, whose construction was completed in 1913, is located opposite Heldenplatz Square.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum is one of the most popular museums in the world. The museum, which has been in service since 1891, hosts important works such as the most important art treasures of the Habsburgs and the largest Brueghel collection in the world.
The National History Museum is very important as it hosts the largest natural science collection in the world.
The Parliament Building is among the most important architectural structures of the boulevard and Vienna. Reflecting the features of Greek architecture, the building was built between 1874 and 1883 by Theophil von Hansen. The fountain named Pallas Athene is also very interesting.
Vienna City Hall is one of the must-see structures of the city with its Neo-Gothic architectural design. During the year, many events are organized in the square where the building is located.
The National Theatre, built between 1874 and 1888, the ceiling of the theater was created by Gustav Klimt, Franz Matsch and Ernst Klimt. The theater stage hosts the best actors of the world throughout the year.
Ringstrasse is a street that has remained quite green besides being home to many important buildings. When people come here, they not only visit art venues, but also find the opportunity to rest as much as they want in green areas. Along the street, 2400 trees, from sycamore to linden trees, invite nature lovers to rest in their shade.