Old Vienna Stock Exchange
The former Vienna Stock Exchange building boasts a distinctive brick-red facade and is one of the most prominent edifices on the world-famous Ring boulevard, a thoroughfare laid out in the 19th century. The Börsensäle premises were constructed by Danish architect Theophil von Hansen between 1871 and 1877 and housed the Vienna Stock Exchange until 1998.
Built in the style of Italian renaissance, the Kursalon counts as one of Vienna's most exclusive and magnificent buildings. The beauty, size and image of the Kursalon Wien make it one the most sought after location in and out of Austria for balls, congresses, company events, product presentations, concerts but also weddings and other ambitious events.
Palais Daun-Kinsky is a grand city mansion located at Freyung and is one of Vienna´s most impressive buildings in terms of art history. Built between 1713 and 1716 for Philipp Laurenz, Count Daun, it is a gem of baroque architecture which was hailed for its artistic finesse right from the outset.
The Cafe Central is probably the world´s most famous coffee house, hailed for its old-established traditions, delightful coffee variations and eventful history.
The magnificent Palais Ferstel is located in one of the oldest parts of Vienna. Inspired by a long journey to Italy, the young architect Heinrich von Ferstel created one of the citys most interesting 19th-century edifices between 1856 and 1860, architecturally combining ashlar construction and Venetian-Florentine trecento style.