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Being one of Europe's oldest metropolises, Vienna takes every tourist's breath with its elegance and charm. St. Stephan's Cathedral, the palaces, the Opera, the theaters, the classical concerts at Musikverein or elsewhere, the museums, the sight from the Ferris Wheel to the Prater - Vienna's funfair and oasis of greenery - and eating the traditional Wiener Schnitzel to mention only a few of the unique and many specialties of the Austrian capital.

  • City of Palaces and Museums

    To choose between the uncountable number of huge, mid-sized and small museums, exhibitions and historic buildings in Vienna seems to be impossible. But there are some reference points like the Palace of Schönbrunn, the Emperors' summer residence with its luxuriant rooms, its giant artistic park and the Gloriette as a sightseeing point on the top of the hill of Schönbrunn.> more

  • Special tip for the 26th of October

    The 26th of October is a public holiday in Austria, most shops (except for souvenir shops) will be closed, but the upside is that many museums offer special shows, free guides and free or reduced entry, e.g. in the Museums Quartier. Or take a look at the Albertina's Albrecht-Dürer-Exhibition or the Klimt-Exhibition in Belvedere, as it is the artist's 150th anniversary (http://www.> more

  • Spending an evening in Vienna

    After spending all day learning about innovative mobility systems, you might wish to just relax in the evening. Luckily for you, there are lots must-do evening programmes. So take a walk around the Ring or hop on one of the tram, starting from Schottentor and going in direction of the University - founded in 1365 - until you reach the lighted City Hall to the right and the Burgtheater to the left.> more

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Austrian Institute of Technology - Mobility Department

The AIT Mobility Department develops safe, efficient and green mobility solutions by researching future integrated vehicle concepts, optimising co-modal transport systems and improving transport infrastructure. More...