Places to visit in Vienna in 2 days – Vienna 2 day Itinerary

places to visit in Vienna in 2 days

The Austrian capital is one of the largest contemporary art and cultural hub of Europe. The capital of Palaces, home to art collections and admirable architecture, Vienna has it all! I also included a weekend trip to Prague and a day trip to Budapest in my Vienna Itinerary and it was memorable! So, you’re planning to spend 2 days in Vienna? I have jotted down this 2 day Vienna itinerary with the best places to visit in Vienna in 2 days or more.

A day in Vienna is enough to love Vienna but I recommend spending at least 2 days in Vienna for a lifetime memory!

The Viennese capital has German as a primary language but if you speak English then you’re good to go. Vienna continuously manages to rank in the top European cities in the quality of living index survey done by Mercer and indubitably it is the classiest city on the European continent.

From the moment I landed in Vienna, Austria, I never looked down. I cherished its architectural beauty residing not only in the palaces but precisely everywhere. It’s easy to love the city, despite that, I present the prime places to visit in Vienna in 2 days. If you’re heading to Austria in winter, do check out these amazing things to do in Vienna in winter

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A Perfect Vienna 2 days Itinerary

Places to visit in Vienna in 2 days – Day 1

Admire Artwork at Belvedere Palace

A historic site from the Austrian capital built during the period of the Habsburg Empire characterized by the iconic Baroque style stemming from Rome from the 16th century.

The Belvedere palace complex consists of two main palaces – *Upper Belvedere* and *Lower Belvedere* and a garden separating them. I suggest seeing Belvedere Palace first as it tops my list of places to visit in Vienna in 2 days.

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Upper Belvedere Palace

Upper Belvedere was actually the first place I visited in the capital and it easily got to my heart with its glittering white building and green dome. It was my photographic gem with a pond at the entrance and views of the capital at the rear. Upper Belvedere houses the famous painting from Gustav Klimt’s – ‘The Kiss’. Although all the paintings in the palace were jaw-dropping gorgeous it was ‘The Kiss’ which caught the attraction of tourists.

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Lower Belvedere Palace

There are two ticket options – one for either of the Boroques and the second one for both the Palaces. Still, a beginner in art discovery I opted only for the Upper Belvedere which arose my ever-growing interest in art

Upon exiting from the Upper Belvedere, St. Stephan’s Cathedral can be clearly seen from the gardens of the complex. Although I didn’t see the lower Belvedere Palace Museum which had distinctive looks with red rooftops on the white facade. Photography is allowed in The Belvedere Museum, but no touchings to paintings & sculptures.


Discern Royalty at the Schönbrunn Palace

The 18th-century imperial Schönbrunn Palace from Vienna attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists annually making it one of the top places to visit in Vienna in 2 days.

Even occupied by Napoleon in the early 18th century, the architecture of the Palace had undergone major restorations since then. The Schönbrunn Palace is a former summer residence of various monarchs of the Habsburg dynasty. The palace is a historical, cultural and architectural marvel.

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The Schönbrunn palace holds 1400+ rooms holding different styles indicating the different styles from the rulers Austria once held. The Schönbrunn Palace holds a variety of tours – Imperial Tour, Grand Tour, Sisi Ticket, and Classic Pass among a few others.

The Imperial tour is the most basic one out of the lot and will give you an insight into the grandeur of the Palace including the staterooms and private apartments of Frank Joseph and Sisi. Grand Tour includes the parts from Imperial Tour along with centuries-old interiors & furniture. Sisi Ticket gives you access to the Sisi Museum holding the detailed life story of the most beautiful Empress of Europe ‘Sisi’ along with the ones clubbed in the grand tour.

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Photography is not allowed inside the Palace. They don’t deposit your mobiles/cameras but they keep a routine check at every step. Yet, when I went through a huge sculpture of Sisi looking into the mirror, I couldn’t resist myself from clicking. Considering it was a memory worth capturing in my camera roll so not posting it here. Wouldn’t it be unfair to all those who want to go and see it themselves?

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Apart from the Schönbrunn Palace, the complex also holds an enormous garden area on the rear side of the Palace going up to the Gloriette – a facade on one end of the gardens. In the spring season, the Schönbrunn Palace gardens are blooming with flowers all over making it a pleasing site and also the garden worth capturing. No matter how many days you have, Schönbrunn Palace is one of the best places to visit in Vienna in 2 days.


Tiergarten Schönbrunn – Zoo

Raise your hands if you love Pandas 🙂 A part of the Schönbrunn Palace Complex, the Tiergarten Zoo is the world’s oldest zoo and is not to be missed if visiting Vienna for 2 days.

Schönbrunn is the Palace no tourist would miss. I recommend visiting the zoo highly as it’s part of the Schönbrunn complex.

Even I was sceptical about visiting the zoo as an adult and a solo traveller but isn’t that the plus point of travelling solo that you can go where your heart takes you?

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Pandas and more…

I must admit, I went in there primarily for my love for Panda, but let me tell you honestly after my personal experience…the zoo is much more than just Pandas.

Yes, undeniably, Pandas are a hit with every generation and a huge number of tourists line up to get a glance at Pandas.

Admittingly, the Tiergarten Schönbrunn Zoo was not something I didn’t initially intend to include in my Vienna itinerary but went for it knowing that it actually provides a natural habitat for a variety of species.

I actually hopped on to the opportunity and took a chance, which by the way turned out to be great. So, surely a place to visit in Vienna in 2 days or more. 

Places to visit in Vienna in 2 days | Leopard at Tiergarten Schonbrunn - Zoo
Couldn’t get closer than this 😀

The Tiergarten Schönbrunn Zoo is gigantic in the area and you will need 2-3 hours to cover it all if you want to photograph the wonderful creatures too then add an hour to that.

You will come across Sea Lions, Zebras, Leopards, Kangaroos, Penguins, Polar Bears and Pandas (of course) amongst a lot of others. Visiting the zoo brought the child out of me and there were times when I literally laughed like a child and added this to my good decision-making skills 😉

Tip for Families – Children below the age of 12 can not visit alone and may need adult supervision as per the Zoo rules. If you’re heading to the world’s capital of Music with the family and especially kids, don’t miss the zoo!

Quick Tip – Phone cameras are good, but you might need a DSLR with a good zoom lens to capture the animals in your camera roll. I didn’t have one hence the picture quality isn’t as good as I wanted them to be.


Places to visit in Vienna in 2 days – Day 2

Visit historic St. Stephan’s Cathedral

St. Stephan’s cathedral – bearing the brunt of over 7 centuries is one of the most distinctive buildings from the capital of Austria. The St. Stephan Church’s spire is clearly visible from Belvedere Gardens.

Located in the city centre, the St. Stephan Cathedral is not only an architectural landmark but also the *only* Roman Catholic church in the city. The Cathedral attracts as many as a million tourists around the year.

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The St. Stephan church embraces peculiar Gothic architecture with a highly gracious rooftop and a distinctive 137 meters high spire.

The city can be viewed from the top of the cathedral including 343 steps. For those fit ones out there, this should be a must-do, as I don’t fall under those so I gave it a pass.

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The St. Stephan church is also a historical landmark as it was almost destroyed completely during WWII but was reconstructed during the 1960s. St. Stephan Cathedral is easily accessible by U-Bahn or the underground rail network and the nearest station is Stephansplatz. As the church is located in the city centre, you can not drive/board cabs until there. Either a walk or the subway is the best way to head to St. Stephan Church. The first time, I walked to the Church from the Belvedere Gardens, but that wasn’t a very optimized way. Also, I tried to ask locals for the right way which didn’t help because of language constraints. So on the second visit, I chose U-Bahn taking me directly to the church so a win-win 🙂 

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Walk in the Historic City Centre

The centre of the capital will give you an amazing vibe of Viennese culture. Vienna’s historic city centre is buzzing with all sorts of activities, artists & local shopping. The tourists enjoy the culture of the city, and typical Viennese food and wine culture is eminent on the street. 

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The cafes on the road add to the hustle and bustle of the Vienna city centre. The city centre can get really crowded as a prime spot for tourists and locals equally. It might even feel annihilating to some but it is still the best way to get a hint of the city’s culture. 

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Fancy a ride on the fiaker a medieval-style horse carriage? They’re easily spotted in the city centre and primarily around the St. Stephan Cathedral. I was on a budget so didn’t ride them. One can try them at 40-70 Euros and cover Stephansplatz and some other historic sites of Vienna. 

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Be a child at the Prater amusement park

Think amusement parks are only for kids? What if I say you can ride a giant wheel to get an amazing 360-degree view of Vienna’s skyline – Do you still want to skip it?

View from Prater

Dating back to the 19th century & destroyed heavily during World War II, the Ferris wheel still attracts millions of tourists. And if you’re visiting Vienna with kids, they will enjoy this amusement park too. This certainly tops my list of top places to visit in Vienna in 2 days. If you have 3 days or more, I’d recommend enjoying the entire amusement park.

Linger in the Hofburg Palace

Hofburg Palace is for those who love lavish palaces although usually doesn’t come among the top places to visit in Vienna.

Another 12th-century icon from Vienna is the Hofburg Imperial Palace which bore the brunt of every ruler Austria had. A unique palace, currently the Seat of the Austrian Federal President – flaunts different architectural styles ranging from Gothic to Baroque. Having said that, Hofburg  Palace is one of the best places to visit in Vienna in 2 days.

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If you have 3 days in Vienna I advise visiting Hofburg Palace. If you have 2 days or less in Vienna, then covering this 50-acre palace might leave you with crunching moments. 

Where to Stay in Vienna

I stayed in Aparthotel Adagio – ‘A home away from Home’ – a stay I can proudly convey. The hotel was not exactly in the city centre of Vienna but near some residential and office complexes. It was another feel of Vienna. A superior room on the 5th floor from Aparthotel gave me views like this in the mornings –

Places to visit in Vienna in 2 days | View from Aparthotel Adagio Hotel Vienna Austria

The room was wonderfully spacious, with a mini kitchen and literally all the required utensils. The cupboards were unimaginably huge with not only iron but also iron board. I mean it was truly a home away for me. I would recommend Aparthotel Adagio to anyone visiting Vienna as this is truly the best place to stay in Vienna.

Interested? You can check the prices here – Aparthotel Adagio!

If you’d like more options, you may check out these amazing places to stay in Vienna catering for every budget.

Where to eat in Vienna

Wondering where to eat in Vienna? I strongly recommend trying the Nirvana restaurant in Vienna. An authentic Indian/ Asian restaurant serving vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals both. Although the restaurant is priced slightly on the higher side if on a budget you can skip this one. Else you should give it a try. 

Try Pasha Kebad & more for delicious Chinese culinary delights, located right in the city centre.

Fancy authentic Indian food?

Don’t miss these places from Vienna for a lifetime of memories and a city to cherish forever.

If interested in other parts of Austria, read more about the Best of Musical City – Salzburg. Know more about this travel guide to Hallstatt, another beautiful place in Austria. 

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  46. thegetawayjournals says:

    Historic city center looks like my part of town <3 Soooo beautiful!

  47. Vienna is so beautiful. The scenery and architecture is so stunning. And oh, that zoo is definitely the icing on the cake. Thank you for sharing this 2-day itinerary.

  48. Vienna has such an incredible architecture! It gives such an elegant vibe making you want to know more about the city, definitely a city I’d love to visit 🙂

  49. I have yet to visit Vienna, but always comment how stunning it looks, its certainly on the list. I especially love the look of Belvedere Palace, beautiful place.

  50. authenticfoodquest says:

    Great article about Vienna and the rich history and amazing architecture! Fabulous pictures. Love your visits to the museum and Schönbrunn Palace. . Seeing “the Kiss” would be first on my list followed by the amazing palace tour. Can’t wait to visit Vienna at some point soon.

  51. That’s a lot for 2 days i thought a week should be enough to explore Vienna. I love to soak in the vibes and spend minimum 5days or so.
    Also great shots for a phone click 🙂

  52. I’d love to visit Vienna someday, but I will probably add Salzburg with it and make it a full week’s trip. It’s been something I’ve wanted to do since I watched “The Sound of Music” for the first time :-). Saving your helpful tips for later reference!

  53. Great compilation. You have visited lots of places in two days, good job. I am sure you must have enjoyed these two days.

  54. Nafisa Habib says:

    Good to see within two days possible to explore a lot in Vienna. Loving the architectural design of many landmarks. Have you tried any local food?

  55. Wow Vienna has so many places to visit. So amazing. I would love to visit these some day

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    1. Shivani says:

      I am planning to see Dubai, how was your experience?

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  65. Oh My Gosh this was SO good!!!!! Definitely the BEST post on Austria I have read thus far! Thank you for all your cultural information, tips and recommendations! This was truly fantastic. I am going to be in Vienna on Dec. 27 to 29th and I want to soak it ALL in!!!! Beautiful pictures and very well written. Thank you for sharing!!!

    1. I do hope you like the wonderful city! Thanks so much for the lovely words 🙂

  66. Astonishing pictures! Vienna is simply picturesque and breathtaking. Is it possible to explore all of these suggestions in a day?

    1. You can cover some, not all! Even if you try you’ll be craving for more time because every place here needs appropriate time to enjoy it completely!

  67. Austria is an amazing place to live. It made my childhood so much brighter. I wasn’t fascinated with the Schönbrunn Palace as much as the little cottage behind it where you can eat all sorts of cheese. It had the warmth that I still haven’t felt elsewhere. Also the fragrant christmas markets and skating in ice rinks during the winters that was the best time of the year. Not to forget halloween and new years eve were no less. Praterstern was fun too. I recommend Austria as the best place to be for a long time.

    1. I agree, if given a chance I might not even hesitate to go back for a long long time🙂

  68. Pretty nice post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and wanted to say that I have truly enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. After all I will be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again soon!

    1. Thank you so much, and welcome to the blog 🙂

  69. Can’t wait to visit Vienna!

    1. Glad to know that 🙂

  70. Trailing Abroad says:

    Wow love the way your pics are composed, Brilliant!!!

    1. Thank you so much 🙂

  71. Hi! Happy to have found your blog! I love the layout, the style the content…everything! I’ve read some of your posts and I can’t wait to read more! Looking forward to following you 🙂


    1. So glad to hear that and lovely to have you on board❤️ Thanks for the kind words🙂

      1. My pleasure!

  72. Vienna is absolutely stunning! I love it’s architecture… I’m a big fan of Austria all together, including places like Innsbruck and Salzburg. 🙂

    1. I missed those in my last trip to Austria but I’m sure I’m going back for them🙂

  73. I loved Vienna when I visited. It was a whirlwind visit so I cannot wait to go back and walk up those 343 steps in St Stephan’s Church!

    1. Hope you do so soon 🙂

  74. I like how Vienna looks in summer. I was there in December, which means a looot of cold (along with a looot of mulled wine too of course :)). These would be my top picks as well!

    1. Yes it looked so lively but I also plan to see the cold side of Vienna too 🙂

  75. Lovely post. Austria is a classic country. I thoroughly enjoyed the Schonbrunn palace.

    1. Thank you🙂

  76. Both my hands are raised as I love love love pandas. This is a super impressive list, didn’t know much of it.

    1. So glad to hear that🙂

  77. I was just here last week! Didn’t get to do as much as I would have liked, but I like your suggestions 🙂

    1. No worries, you might come back there soon 🙂 Thanks for the kind words 🙂

  78. Whoa this is impressive tour of Austria and I never knew they house Pandas in their zoo; what a treasure your pics are!

    1. Yes, they have and kept in completely natural habitat!!

  79. Your photos are amazing and Austria looks beautiful and historic – just how I like it. This was a lovely read + following your blog now.

    1. So glad you liked the post 🙂

  80. Love your pictures! I really loved Vienna, especially Schonbrunn! Next time I will also check out the Belvedere palace!

    1. Hope you like that too🙂

  81. Loved this post, beautiful photos and detailed infos! Pinned it for when I go to Vienna! Thank you!

    1. Thanks! Glad to know you liked it🙂

  82. Vienna is one of those places that I always hear about but I actually know very little about this city. So, it is super nice to see a list like this. It is the perfect guide for people like me. XD

    1. Glad it was helpful🙂

  83. I love vienna! Great choices!

  84. Wonderful photos! I have Vienna on my bucket list. This is a good resource for me to reference. Thanks!

    1. So glad you liked it🙂

  85. Ashamed to say I have never been to Austria! I’m not a city person but this actually made me consider Vienna. Well written and beautiful photos.

    1. Glad you liked it. Hope you like Vienna whenever you get to visit there🙂

  86. shesatripblog says:

    I just got back from Vienna! So happy to relive my awesome trip. I was reading this like yup…been there. loved that place. been there too. haha

    1. Ha ha…I feel you!! Every-time I come across any blog from a place I’ve been to I become extremely excited to see & hear those stories again 🙂

  87. I always wanted to go to Vienna, but I haven’t had the opportunity so far… 🙁
    By the pictures, I think my favorite place would be the Schönbrunn Palace especially when I read that it has a beautiful garden!

    1. Yes it really has an amazingly beautiful garden 🙂

  88. Wow! Your photos are stunning! And how gorgeous are those palaces? I’ve been wanting to go to Vienna for quite some time, and the princess inside is screaming right now, wanting to book a ticket immediately!

    1. I’m sure you’ll love it 🙂

  89. My Feet Will Lead Me says:

    Lovely photos of Vienna! We went to Austria last January and it was soooo beautiful. We only made it to Hallstatt and Salzburg, so I really will have to go to Vienna still. I love the cultural and historical significance. Also, the zoo sounds like a great option!

    1. I missed Hallstatt and Salzburg and I want to go back to Austria for them 🙂

  90. scriptingspaces says:

    The architecture is so amazing! And the animals look so beautiful too. Thanks for the tip on the DSLR, I have to agree that with the right camera and lens, the photos will do the subject so much more justice 🙂

    1. Glad you liked the post and tips 🙂

  91. Vienna does have a certain elegance and charm to it, doesn’t it? It’s almost as if it’s Europe’s most sophisticated city!

    1. I’ve to agree here… the charm of Vienna is mesmerising🙂

  92. delacroixllc says:

    I only made it to Salzburg the last time I was in Austria, so now I definitely need to see Vienna! I’m also reading a book about Sissi, so I would love to see more of where she spent her life. Such beautiful photos!

    1. If you’re reading about Sisi, then you’ll love Schonbrunn Palace! Thank you for the lovely words 🙂

  93. Vienna has been on our list to go as a family for a while and most of your tips are perfect for us! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hope that turns out to be a nice vacation for you all🙂

  94. I enjoyed reading your article. On the one hand you have a great writing style and I can feel your passion for photography, which I share 🙂 On the other hand, I love Vienna and its sophisticated architecture and return from time to time.

    1. So nice to hear such lovely words. Yes, I love writing and have a passion for photography 🙂 Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  95. Wow! Vienna, Austria is beautiful! The buildings and architectural design are stunning! Looks like an amazing place to visit! I hope to go one day.

    1. Yes it indeed is 🙂 Hope you get there and love the place like I did 🙂

  96. Love this! I absolutely love Vienna and would love to go back. Schönbrunn Palace was my absolute favorite!

    1. Even I can go back and fall in love once again 🙂

  97. lifeonthemed says:

    Really interesting information. Love the photo of the leopard? What a beauty!

    1. Thank you. I too love that picture of the leopard!!

  98. Sarah says:

    We absolutely loved our time in Vienna! We did a Polaroid tour which was amazing – my fave from your list so definitely st Stephens cathedral 🙂

    1. Yes that’s a beauty!!

  99. jamie says:

    Vienna has been top on my travel bucket list for a few reasons… One is the amazing architecture! Gosh just look at the Belvedere Palace! SO elegant and intense and beautiful! Another is the markets… I hear they have a wonderful street food market there that just sounds out of this world!

    1. Yes, the architecture is really amazing. I couldn’t visit much street markets there, but I have too heard they’re amazing!

  100. Michelle du Toit says:

    I haven’t visited Vienna yet but now knowing that the ORIGINAL of my all time favorite paintings are there (Gustav Klimt’s – ‘The Kiss’) I will have to go and check it out!!

    1. Yes you must, you’ll love it for sure!!

  101. I’m so glad you adore austria like I do!! Couldn’t have chosen any better top 3 things to do in the city for sure!!! Great list!

    1. Glad you liked my top 3 as well 🙂

  102. Planning a trip to Vienna for November. Thanks for the tips!

    1. Hope these are fruitful for your trip 🙂

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