Arrive into Vienna. Transfer to your hotel.
Visit the Austrian Parliament. Like the Rathaus, the neo-classical Danish architect Theophil Hansen’s Parlament stares across the Ring at the Imperial Palace to the east. It is worth a walk up the ramp to take a closer look at the recently restored frontal frieze of Franz Josef I granting the first, highly limited democratic constitution.
Visit the Austrian Resistance Archive. This permanent exhibition in the Old Town Hall was set up to educate the country’s youth about the consequences of Austria’s loss of self-identity and freedom after Nazi annexation in March 1938.
Visit the Jewish Museum. Permanent collection on jewish history and religion as well as temporary exhibitions on various subjects, such as jewish literature, architecture, photography, and art.
Visit the Vienna International Centre. Vienna, along with New York, Geneva and Nairobi, is one of the four headquarters of the United Nations. The ‘VIC’ was designed by the Austrian architect Johann Staber and inaugurated on the 23rd August 1979.
Free time before flight home.