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I grew up dreaming of empress sissi

I grew up dreaming of Empress Sissi. I couldn´t understand how she couldn´t be happy, with these gardens, these landscapes, with a prince at her side. Time has passed and now I understand that happiness has nothing to do with having a garden. If I could freeze a moment it would be that walk which never happened, on the lawn of Shonbrunn where I never went, with rays of sun that shone and the unforgettable day that I can not remember. Review the photos and see the places where they sat, where we walk. From a window, the Empress of Austria looks at us with envy. She is the owner, we the owners of the photos we took. How can you not go to Vienna? Next time, we will dance for real.
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Schönbrunn palace

The beautiful summer residence of the emperors of Austria, takes its name from a spring that was found in this place. Formerly there was a hunting lodge that was destroyed by the Turks, and on its ruins was built this baroque palace grnade considerably. It is so to highlight the beauty of the palace itself and the gardens, though covered with snow not seen in all its beauty although in his greatness. Inside, the rooms can be either very sumptuous as the Millionen Zimmer, fig lined wood and adorned with Persian miniatures or austere and simple, as those occupied by Emperor Franz Joseph and Sissi. If I had to highlight one of the many rooms that are visited the Imperial Tour (the other is the Grand Tour, shorter and fewer rooms to visit) would be the two Chinese circular halls, the Grand Gallery (but is under construction in half) and Old Lacquer Room. Special attention as a way of anecdote, requires the bathroom we found at the entrance / exit ecological vinyl wrapped ...

Palacio de schönbrunn

La bella residencia de verano de los Emperadores de Austria, toma su nombre de un manantial que se encontró en este lugar. Antaño existía un pabellón de caza que fue destruido por los turcos, y sobre sus ruinas se construyó este considerablemente grnade palacio barroco.
Es tan de destacar la belleza del palacio en sí como de los jardines, aunque cubiertos de nieve no se aprecian en toda su belleza aunque sí en su grandeza.
En el interior, las estancias pueden ser o muy suntuosas como la de la Millionen Zimmer, forrada en madera de higuera y adornada con miniaturas persas o austeras y sencillas, como las ocupadas por el emperador Francisco José y Sissi.
Si tuviera que destacar alguna de las múltiples salas que se visitan con el Tour Imperial ( la otra es el Grand Tour, más corto y con menos salas a visitar) sería los dos salones chinos circulares, la Gran Galería ( aunque está en obras en su mitad) y el Salón de Laca Antigua.
Especial atención, ya a manera de anécdota, requiere el baño que encontramos en la entrada / salida forrado de vinilo ecológico...
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The year was 1956 when the film premi...

The year was 1956 when the film premiered Empress Sisi in Spain, as I recall. In those years there were the authorized or unauthorized pelícuas understand censorship of that yesterday. Everyone over 14 or 16 or 18. At that time those who had less than fourteen years, we had to attend conformarco n the neighborhood cinemas, sadly missing today, and inflate to see oontinuas sessions of cowboy movies, and American Indians and of course the misadventures of SISI One of our idolized. In our short visit to Vienna, because the weather prevented us from being one more day, I suddenly found myself treading the same ground as my favorite actress of small and wondered what does a guy like you doing in a place like this?. To me, all those memories had roasted and yet I returned to my childhood. I remembered those days of shorts and the Parque del Oeste. Surely as the song says "I will not forget happy times."

Era el año 1956 cuando la película Sisi Emperatriz se estrenó en España, si mal no recuerdo. En aquellos años existían las pelícuas autorizadas o no autorizadas a entender la censura de aquel ayer. Para todos los públicos o para mayores de 14, 16 ó 18 años.

Por aquel entonces los que teníamos menos de catorce años, nos teníamos que conformarco n asistir a los cines de barrio, hoy por desgracia desaparecidos, e inflarnos a ver sesiones oontinuas de películas de vaqueros, indios y americanos y por supuesto de las desventuras de SISI, una de nuestras idolatradas.

En nuestra pequeña visita a Viena, ya que la climatología nos impidió estar un día más, de repente me encontré pisando la misma tierra que mi actriz favorita de pequeño y me pregunté ¿que hace un chico como tú en un sitio como este?. Para mí todos aquellos recuerdos ya habían asado y sin embargo me volvieron a mi niñez. Recordé aquellos tiempos de pantalón corto y del Parque del Oeste. Seguramente como dice la canción "TIEMPOS FELICES QUE NO OLVIDARÉ".
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Summer palace of the emperors

Built during the eighteenth century, the palace of Schömbrum located on the outskirts of Vienna was the summer residence and hunting lodge of the emperors of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. With its facade of 180 meters is really great, behind the palace is a garden and then a forest park. You can make different tours to visit the palace, we did the simplest but the Imperial Tour because there was no time for anything. On this tour you have the opportunity to meet some of the private apartments and dig a little in the life of Sissi and Emperor Franz Joseph. We also took a walk through the gardens adorned with statues, perfectly arranged with rows of flowers, some red and white representing the Austrian flag. At the end of the garden there is a fountain with statues of Neptune and other characters associated with marine mythology and then followed by a steep, until you reach a roundabout where you can enjoy magnificent views of the city of Vienna. On the way down if we go into the wooded spot on the left side you get to the zoo and to the right we can enjoy a forest, where if you bring nuts or cookies and have patience squirrels come to your hand to eat .

El palacio de verano de los emperadores

Construido a lo largo del siglo XVIII, el palacio de Schömbrum situado en las afueras de Viena era la residencia de verano y el coto de caza de los emperadores del imperio Austro-Húngaro.
Con su fachada de 180 metros es verdaderamente grandioso, por detrás del palacio hay un jardín y luego un parque forestal.
Se pueden realizar distintos tours para visitar el palacio, nosotros hicimos el más simple el Imperial Tour pues sino no había tiempo para todo. En esta visita tienes la oportunidad de conocer algunos de los aposentos privados y profundizar un poco en la vida de los emperadores Sissi y Francisco José.
También dimos un paseo por los jardines adornados con estatuas, perfectamente ordenados con hileras de flores, algunas rojas y blancas representando la bandera austríaca. Al fondo del jardín hay una fuente con estatuas de Neptuno y otros personajes asociados a la mitología marina y luego se sigue por una cuesta empinada, hasta llegar a una glorieta donde se pueden disfrutar de unas vistas magníficas de la ciudad de Viena. En el camino de bajada si nos adentramos en la mancha boscosa del lado izquierdo se llega al parque zoológico y por la derecha podemos disfrutar de un bosque, en el cual si llevas frutos secos o galletas y tienes paciencia las ardillas vienen a tu mano a comer.
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The beauty of the architecture imperial

A place incatevole, the imperial summer residence .. The interior is absolutely beautiful and the rooms, in restoration, which struck me particularly was built in rosewood .. I can not imagine the process and the number of employees rose bushes! : D What I appreciated most, however, was the Gloriette, up there: architecture refined located in a position that offers a dazzling view. Arduous climb to get there but totally satisfying to the senses. Beautiful and extensive lush gardens are accessible for free. Of the various places I visited in Vienna, this was what fascinated me the most.

La bellezza delle architetture imperiali

Un luogo incatevole, la residenza estiva imperiale.. gli interni offrono delle stanze assolutamente stupende e una, in restauro, che mi ha colpito particolarmente è stata costruita in legno di rosa.. non oso immaginare il processo di lavorazione e la quantità di roseti impiegati!! :D
Quello che più ho apprezzato però è stata la Gloriette, lassù in cima: architettura raffinatissima sita in una posizione che offre un panorama folgorante. Ardua la salita per raggiungerla ma totalmente appagante per i sensi. Bellissimi ed estesi sono i lussureggianti giardini, accessibili gratuitamente.
Delle varie mete che ho visitato a Vienna, questo è stato quello che mi ha affascinato maggiormente.
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Castle of schnbrunn

Schönbrunn Palace is our favorite visit to Vienna and we are not alone. Being the most touristic point in the city, there is a constant crowd. However, the castle obviously worth queuing. Not as impressive as the Nymphenburg Palace in Munich, this summer house is still a beautiful palace, where we learn a lot about the life of Sissi and Franz Joseph her husband. Visit with audio guide is not too heavy, just enough to walk around with a fun piece to another. Comments are themselves sometimes quite moving.

Château de schönbrunn

Le Château de Schönbrunn est notre visite préférée à Vienne et nous ne sommes pas les seuls. Etant le point le plus touristique de la ville, on y trouve une foule constante. Pour autant, le château vaut évidemment la peine de faire la queue. Pas aussi impressionnant que le château de Nymphenburg à Munich, cette résidence d'été est tout de même un très beau palais, où on en apprendra beaucoup sur la vie de Sissi et de son Franz Joseph de mari. La visite avec l'audio-guide n'est pas trop lourde, juste ce qu'il faut pour se balader avec plaisir d'une pièce à l'autre. Les commentaires sont mêmes parfois assez émouvants.
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Schnbrunn

This splendid castle comparable to Versailles by its size, its luxury, beauty and reputation imposes upon entry with its grand façade. Built by Marie-Therese instead of hunting lodge built by Leopold I, we now imagine the splendor of the palace life in the Renaissance. The castle is the witness of the life of one of the most powerful royal family of that time: the Habsburgs. Inside we find: the great hall where still resonate waltzes, stoves, furniture successive occupants, the imperial dishes ... Around the palace, a huge park with gardens, an orange, a zoo ... and gazebo. Must visit in Vienna!

Schönbrunn

Ce splendide château comparable à Versailles par sa grandeur, son luxe, sa beauté et sa notoriété, impose dès l'entrée par sa façade grandiose.
Construit par Marie-Thérèse à la place du pavillon de chasse édifié par Léopold Ier, on imagine désormais le faste de la vie au palais à la Renaissance. Le château est le témoin de la vie d'une des plus puissante famille royale de cette époque : les Habsbourg.
A l'intérieur on découvre : la grande salle où résonnent encore les valses, les poêles en faïence, le mobilier des occupants successifs, la vaisselle impériale...
Autour du palais, un immense parc avec des jardins, une orangeraie, un zoo... et la gloriette.
Incontournable dans la visite de Vienne!
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Schonbrunn palace, the palace of sisi

In Vienna there are three great palaces, this being the most striking (and expensive) due to good maintenance of all the rooms of the palace, and gardens endless. It's amazing to think that these kings they had these gardens, and could not enjoy. Note: The price is divided. The base entry to see some 20 rooms of the castle are 12 euros, and if you want to see all the rooms and have to spend more. The gardens, mostly, are included, although there are some sections that costs money aside, as the maze or the royal gardens (not very big). Oh, and do not stop to take pictures inside the castle, you know, and then sell "merchandising" ...

Palacio de schonbrunn, el palacio de sisi

En Viena hay tres grandes palacios, siendo este el mas llamativo (y caro) gracias al buen mantenimiento de todas las salas del palacio, y sus jardines sin fin. Es increíble pensar que esos reyes tuviesen esos jardines, y no los pudiesen disfrutar.

Nota: El precio esta dividido. La entrada base para ver unas 20 salas del castillo son 12 euros, y si quieres ver todas las salas ya tienes que gastar mas. Los jardines, en su mayoría, van incluidos, aunque hay algunas secciones que cuesta dinero aparte, como el laberinto o los jardines reales (no son muy grandes). Ah!, y no dejan hacer fotos en el interior del castillo, ya sabéis, para luego vender "merchandaising"...
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The house of francisco jos and sissi

Schonbrunn Palace is one of the most important of Vienna. Formerly the summer residence of the emperors and is one of the few examples of Austrian Baroque still perfectly preserved. Inside we can see until the release of Franz Joseph, the husband of Empress Sissi, her private quarters and the bed where he died. Both the interior and the gardens surrounding the palace are of incomparable beauty and in any season. The palace is a World Heritage Site since 1996 and tickets cost 10.50.

La casa del francisco josé y sissi

El palacio Schonbrunn es uno de los rincones más importantes de Viena.
Antiguamente era la residencia de verano de los emperadores y es uno de los pocos ejemplos del barroco austriaco que todavía se conserva en perfecto estado.

Dentro podemos ver hasta el despacho de Francisco José, el marido de la emperatriz Sissí, sus aposentos privados y la cama donde murió.

Tanto el interior como los jardines que rodean al palacio son de una belleza incomparable y en cualquier estación del año.

El palacio es Patrimonio de la Humanidad desde 1996 y la entrada cuesta 10.50.
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Schönbrunn palace is a former imperia...

Schönbrunn Palace is a former imperial summer residence in Vienna, Austria. One of the most important cultural monuments in the country, since the 1960s it has been one of the major tourist attractions in Vienna. The palace and gardens illustrate the tastes, interests and aspirations of the Habsburg monarchs. Schönbrunn is the name given to the Emperor Matthias, who had discovered during a trip to hunt a particularly good source (in German, schöner Brunnen "beautiful fountain"). Schönbrunn Palace was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.

Château de Schönbrunn est une ancienne résidence impériale d'été à Vienne, en Autriche. L'un des monuments culturels les plus importants dans le pays, depuis les années 1960, il a été l'une des principales attractions touristiques de Vienne. Le palais et les jardins illustrent les goûts, les intérêts et les aspirations des monarques habsbourgs.
Le nom Schönbrunn est attribué à l'empereur Matthias, qui aurait découvert lors d'une excursion à la chasse une source particulièrement belle (en allemand, schöner Brunnen signifie « belle fontaine »). Le palais de Schönbrunn a été classé au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO en 1996.
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Although is far from the center, it i...

Although is far from the center, it is essential to try this viens palace to get a great idea of ​​how to live the austracos monarchs. By train it does not take anything and the station is within walking distance. Stunning inside and out ... Its gardens are huge and authentic past.

Aunque está lejos del centro, es fundamental ir a este palacio vienés para hacerse una gran idea de cómo vivían los monarcas austríacos. En tren no se tarda nada y la estación está a dos pasos. Impresionante por dentro y por fuera... Sus jardines son inmensos y una auténtica pasada.
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A view of the sissi castle from the g...

A view of the Sissi Castle from the gardens Empress. Wall color reflects the light from the sun so that it gives the impression that the castle illuminated environment. This is a great but beware visit (anecdote): The price is exorbitant parking proximity, Superior at a price of visiting the monument!

Une vue du Château de Sissi l'impératrice depuis les jardins. La couleur des murs reflète tellement la lumière du soleil que cela donne l'impression que le château illumine son environnement. C'est une visite immanquable mais attention (petite anecdote) : Le prix des stationnements à proximité est exorbitant, supérieur au prix de la visite du monument !

Vue espiègle du Château de Sissi l'impératrice. Ce fessier d'homme appartient à un personnage de la grande fontaine du parc qui fait face au château. Cela rappelle que dans ce lieu grandiose, il y a énormément d'autres monuments à apprécier!
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Schönbrunn is the imperial palace in ...

Schönbrunn is the imperial palace in Vienna. Located on the outskirts of the city (metro Schonbrunn), the castle offers large gardens where walks are enjoyable. If the architecture a little stiff the building may seem disappointing, the visit of the interior is great, and the splendor of the Austro-Hungarian empire appears unapologetic in all more beautiful than the other rooms. A visit to the Gazebo is also recommended: On top of a small hill, the gazebo is a small building of neoclassic style, which you will have an exceptional view of the Schonbrunn Palace.

Schönbrunn est le château impérial de Vienne. Situé en périphérie de la ville (métro Schonbrunn), le château offre des grands jardins où les promenades sont agréables. Si l’architecture un peu rigide de l’édifice peut paraître décevante, la visite de l’intérieur est grandiose, et le faste de l’empire austro hongrois s’affiche sans complexe dans des salles toutes plus belles les unes que les autres. Un détour par la Gloriette est également conseillé: En haut d'une petite colline, la gloriette est un petit édifice de style néo classique, duquel vous aurez un panorama exceptionnel sur le château de Schonbrunn.
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One of the greatest attractions of vi...

One of the greatest attractions of Vienna is in the suburbs. Schönbrunn Palace, also known as the Viennese Versailles is the palace where lived Franz Joseph and Sissi and offers spectacular views of the Austrian capital. Most notable are its spectacular gardens, since the interior is not as luxurious as could be expected because of the character "simple" and austere of the occupants of that time. Still, the tour is worth as many parts of known history.

Uno de los máximos atractivos de Viena está en sus afueras. El Palacio de Schönbrunn, conocido también como el Versalles vienés, es el palacio en el que vivieron Francisco José y Sissi y que ofrece unas vistas espectaculares de la capital austriaca.
Lo más destacable son sus espectaculares jardines, ya que el interior no es tan lujoso como se podía esperar debido al carácter "sencillo" y austero de sus ocupantes de entonces.
Aún así, la visita guiada merece la pena ya que se conocen muchas partes de la historia.
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We went for a walk in the palace grounds, and they are beautiful

We went for a walk in the palace grounds, and they are beautiful. Also we want to see a pear and brochure Pona palace ah haca one with puppets. We went to buy tickets, which cost us 25, to finally listen to music and watch engraved pear puppets. When we went to ask devolucin money, the girl who worked us all not returned it.

Fuimos a pasear por los jardines del palacio, y son preciosos

Fuimos a pasear por los jardines del palacio, y son preciosos. También queríamos ver una ópera y en el folleto del palacio ponía que ahí se hacía una con marionetas . Fuimos a comprar las entradas, que nos costaron 25€, para al final escuchar música de ópera grabada y ver marionetas. Cuando fuimos a pedir la devolución del dinero, la chica que trabajaba allí no nos lo devolvió.
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Information about Schönbrunn Palace

Schönbrunn Palace Phone Number
+43181113239
+43181113239
Schönbrunn Palace Address
Schönbrunner Schloßstraße, 47
Schönbrunner Schloßstraße, 47
Schönbrunn Palace Opening Hours
mon 8:30 - 17:00
tue 8:30 - 17:00
wed 8:30 - 17:00
thu 8:30 - 17:00
fri 8:30 - 17:00
sat 8:30 - 17:00
sun 8:30 - 17:00
Schönbrunn Palace Website
http://www.schoenbrunn.at
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