Vienna Ring Boulevard

With its many historic buildings are among the main attractions of the Austria. The ring road was built from the 60th to 90th years of the 19th century in the zone of the city walls after they were demolished in 1857. The ring comprises the entire historical city center of Vienna and is 5.2 km long. The Ringstrasse was officially opened by Emperor Franz Joseph I on May 1, 1865. 2015 celebrates its 150th anniversary ring road with many events and exhibitions.

The ring road is divided into:
- Stubenring: Julius Raab Square (at the Urania) to the Dr. Karl Lueger Platz ->
- Park Ring: -> Dr. Karl Lueger Platz -> John Street (City Park) ->
- Schubert ring: -> City Park -> Schwarzenberg Platz ->
- Kärntnerring: -> Schwarzenberg Platz -> Kärntner Straße ->
- Opera Ring: -> Kärntner Straße -> Eschenbachgasse (State Opera, Castle Garden) ->
- Burgring: -> Eschenbachgasse -> Bellaria (Kunsthistorisches - and Naturhistoisches Museum) ->
- Dr. Karl Renner Ring: Bellaria -> Amerlingplatz (Parliament, People's Garden) ->
- Dr. Karl Luegerring: -> Amerlingplatz -> Schottentor (City Hall Park, Burgtheater, university) ->
- Schottenring: -> Schottentor -> Franz-Josef-Kai

 

 

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