Vienna is a historic city. Walking on the street, take a random picture of what looks like a historic building. What is the name of any building, do not have the mind to understand, as if to participate in a feast, delicious food one after another, you just taste, but can not remember what you ate.
Originally, I thought that a road should not be called a scenic spot, but this ring road links many scenic spots in Vienna, the National Opera House, the Golden Hall, the Hough Castle Palace and the City Hall on both sides. We also feel the local activities here, very lively, friends to Vienna can follow the ring road (also known as Ring Zi Road) and slowly feel Vienna's farewell. Sample style!
The city shows its noble and amazing temperament everywhere. Tradition has been well protected in this city, leaving numerous historical and cultural sites. Walking along the main road around the city, looking up at the magnificent buildings, it is also like following the footprints of musicians and listening to Vienna's handed-down music. I'm sorry to like this old electric car.
On the map of Vienna's urban centre, there is a four-kilometer circle of boulevards called Ringstrasse, or Ringstrae. The road around the city is 57 meters wide, along which are tall trees and lawns. Along the magnificent broad Boulevard around the city, there are some of Vienna's most important historic sites, including world-famous buildings and magnificent buildings, as well as monuments and parks. There are 23 districts in Vienna. The area numbered 1 around City Avenue is Innere Stadt. The areas outside are numbered clockwise from inside to outside. Nine sections of the Ring City Avenue, named after it, are like a green velvet belt decorated with Vienna.
One of Vienna's most famous avenues is next year's celebration of the 150th anniversary of Ring City Avenue. There are many museums along this avenue, as well as the local five-star hotel (non-international chain) Golden Hall and so on. Hofburg Palace is also one of the most famous scenic spots on this avenue. Basically, it's mainly about the cultural landscape, and there are also some cafes. Maybe because it is winter, plus the two snow days, so people are not very many.
Unexpectedly, this is also a scenic spot. The Ring City Avenue connects several famous scenic spots in the center of Vienna. Along the Circle Avenue, you can enjoy various styles of European architecture, Gothic, ancient Greece, ancient Rome and so on. It is a visual feast. The Vienna City Hall and the National Opera House are all located on this avenue. Appreciating the trams coming and going on city roads has also become a great interest of my trip to Europe. Tracks and trams have become indispensable elements of European customs.
Ring City Avenue, surrounded by the old city of Vienna, is the largest luxury street in Vienna. Along the road, there are many buildings of various styles. The most famous ones are the Vienna National Opera House, the University of Vienna, the City Hall, the Parliament Building and so on.
To be honest, Vienna is a boring European city. The street scenery is not as attractive as other cities, but the artistic flavor can still be smelled. Walk along with you, anyway, there are visible scenery everywhere. Old men who don't like shopping also need to do some shopping.
Take the No. 1 tram around the old city's Ring Road (also known as Ring Road), extending on both sides are the essence of Vienna. It was this sightseeing car that brought us to "City Park", a popular attraction where tourists would come, mainly for Strauss, a gilded little golden figure playing the violin. Little Strauss, the king of waltz, is famous all over the world for his famous "Blue Danube", "The Story of the Vienna Forest". His works form his unique romantic style with "the poetry in music, the performance in music", which is highly praised by the world. As Nietzsche's worshipful musicians describe it - "It's on the blue, galloping seashore; it's not going to fade under the clear sea, it's not going to be pale, it's not going to be hazy. On the Avenue next to the Little Golden Statue, the production crew was recording a program. The host interviewed a fat man and wondered if he was the descendant of the Strauss family.