Truly a sight to behold – Vienna’s architecture and sculptures along Ringstrasse and the parliament are truly amazing.
The parliament building is among those Vienna sights you will see while promenading along Ringstrasse. It is not only a sight to adore from far away, and take hundreds of tourist shots of, but you can also get up close and personal with all those amazing sculptures of marble and cast iron in front of the main building.
location: dr. karl-renner-ring 3, 1017 vienna | how to get there: trams 1/d or j to stadiongasse- parlament
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