A memorial place in Mozart, the master of music, the garden is also a pretty good view, many views in the castle garden can also take pictures. There are many tourists, sometimes it will be crowded, and the castle is also a very chic landscape.
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Located on the east side of the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, next to the New Castle Museum, the gardens are not very large, the highlight is the statue of Mozart standing there, with the high scores of flowers in front of the statue, and it is also a place for tourists to compete for photos
Free castle gardens, with huge green lawns, and locals picnic on the green lawns on weekends. The whole garden is huge, and it takes an hour or two to go around, not to mention taking pictures.
Castle garden adjacent to the hofburg palace, was Austrian hapsburg royal garden, now open to the public free of charge, within the garden of the statue of Mozart is especially worth a look. Historical background castle garden was built in 1818, by the emperor Franz I (Kaiser Franz I) ordered built, by Ludwig, Remy (Ludwig Remy) and royal gardener Franz, Antoine (Franz Antoine) is responsible for the design and build. Only after the completion of the royal family, free of charge to ordinary citizens until 1919. Appreciate the statue in the castle garden three sculpture, most notably the creation in 1896 of Mozart''s statue, and in 1953, in the garden now see the place. The lawn in front of statues and a pattern of high notes with flowers.
Absolutely stunning! This park is incredible! A must to walk through!
The Burggarten is a very nice park in the inner city and you can enjoy nice meals and drinks in the restaurant Palmenhaus. This place is very common among people from Vienna in summer.
next to the Hofburg Imperial Palace or Stadtpark in between the pompous buildings. Do something against global warming as the Viennese like to do it: Nothing :)