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A former Habsburg palace converted into a museum, the Albertina in Vienna is a sublime architectural as well as curatorial wonder. All art and history lovers visiting the Austrian capital should spend a day at the Albertina, they won't be disappointed.
The Albertina boasts one of Europe's most impressive permanent collections of modern art, featuring works by such luminaries as Picasso, Monet, Klee, Matisse and countless others.
The world-famous print room houses a graphic arts collection comprised of over one million pieces, ranging from the Gothic to the modern era, from Dürer to Cézanne.
The photographic collection is one the Albertina's lesser-known treasures. Stretching back to the mid-19th century, it constitutes a photographic chronicle of the last 150 years.
The Albertina constantly hosts temporary and wonderfully curated exhibitions, which either focus on a chosen theme or explore the work of a specific artist.
The recently renovated state rooms are a wonder to behold. The 21 lavish rooms offer the fascinating opportunity of traveling back in history to the time of the Habsburgs.
To grab a bite to eat, there is a popular café and restaurant in the Albertina. However, if you want to discover something new, head to the Palmenhaus around the corner. Located in a gigantic and recently renovated greenhouse from the early 19th century, the Palmenhaus is one of Vienna's most gorgeous restaurants.
The Albertina is just one small part of the giant Hofburg Palace complex. If the Albertina's state rooms didn't quench your thirst for Habsburg knowledge, make sure to visit the rest of the palace, which boasts countless more treasures and secrets from the imperial family.
- When to visitOpen daily, 10:00AM to 6:00PM, Wednesdays 10:00AM to 9:00PM.
- What is the price?Adult tickets start at € 11.90 and continue upwards based on ticket packages and transportation options.
- Will I need a guide?It's not necessary, but is a great way to learn more about the city overall.
- How to get thereTake the U1, U2, U4 to the Karlsplatz stop, or the U3 to the Stephansplatz stop.
- Additional tips
- Photography is allowed in the entrance area and in the Habsburg Staterooms.
- Mobile phone calls inside museum spaces are prohibited, so plan accordingly.
What People Are Saying About Albertina
Excellent . With the travel component was able to use public transport often and with ease. Also able to access the museums easily . Only point is that in a number of them you still need to line up and get a ticket and others they just scan the pass and you ate in
Vienna Card was very easy to use and gave discounts to some venues...I would use again.
We spent six interesting days in wonderfum+l circumstances, in the clean city, with excellent transportation; good food; in a hotel with three stars where, unfortunalelly, the towels were not changed for six nights!!
Was very handy purchasing this card online and picking it up at the arrivals hall in Vienna Airport. Please note this travel card does not cover airport to Vienna city centre trains so there will be extra fees for that but as there were 4 of us we arranged for taxi's. Using the travel card was very easy. We got a 72hour card and it lasted us for the weekend. Vienna is quite easy to get around using public transport. Would highly recommend it.
There is an excellent, integrated transport network in Vienna. Having the Vienna Card meant we could move smoothly between different attractions and our accommodation. There was always some transport at hand, underground, tram, bus or a combination. We also saved some money on coffees and entry fees. We strongly recommend purchasing the card to anyone in Vienna for two or three days.