Vienna has been on my bucket list for awhile as I’ve always wanted to visit my mother’s alma mater, which is located in Semmering.
Upon arrival, we went to explore Kurpark Oberlaa. If you’re a nature lover, you have to visit Kurpark. The view from above was so breathtaking. Don’t believe me, just look at the photo below. It’s like a canvas painting!
On the day we visited Semmering, I got to see the school my mother studied in. After that, we headed to have some fun, sledding in the snow!
Prater Servus, an amusement park in Vienna, is a must visit! I admit I was a scaredy-cat and didn’t dare to sit the bigger rides, but the crowd and screams filled the place with so much excitement!
The places I’ve been wanting to see in Vienna are Schönbrunn Palace and Prunksaal.
Schönbrunn Palace is a former imperial summer residence located in Vienna, Austria. The name “Schönbrunn” means “beautiful spring”. The 1,441-room Baroque palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historical monuments in the country.
Prunksaal is the state hall and part of the Schatzkammer des wissens, the treasury building in Vienna. Prunksaal houses the 650-year-old Austrian National Library. It felt like I walked into the library from the Disney movie “Beauty and the Beast”.
Don’t you agree?