Our centrally located Café Mozart is an ideal starting point for you to reach many attractions in Vienna within a few minutes’ walk. So that you can already explore the location a little while sitting, we have put together a small selection - our personal recommendations for you. Our waiting staff will gladly help you with further information. We look forward to your visit to our Viennese coffee house and wish you much pleasure in planning your walk around Café Mozart.
Monument against war and fascism
Vienna State Opera
Austrian National Library
Spanish Riding School
St. Stephen's Cathedral
Monument against war and fascism •
A work of the Austrian sculptor Alfred Hrdlicka, which was erected in 1988. The memorial is dedicated to all victims of war and fascism.
One of Vienna's most famous and oldest streets, as well as a traditional shopping street, leads from Karlsplatz to St. Stephen's Cathedral. Already since 1974 it is a pedestrian zone.
Capuchin Crypt •
Also known as the "Imperial Crypt". Burial chamber of the emperors and empresses of the House of Habsburg and their families in the Capuchin monastery.
Palais Albertina •
It houses the "Albertina Graphics Collection", founded by Archduke Albert of Saxony-Teschen, and the Austrian Film Museum, founded in 1964.
Vienna State Opera •
The "First House on the Ring" is one of the most famous opera houses in the world. Founded by the Habsburgs as a Viennese Court Opera.
Austrian National Library •
The former court library is one of the most beautiful libraries in the world and is located in the so-called "New Castle".
Spanish Riding School •
The oldest horse-riding school in the world, from the "Spanish Riding Stables", which was already known in 1565. Shows with the famous Lipizzaners.
Former residence of the Habsburgs, today the seat of the Austrian Federal President. With Sisi Museum, Imperial Apartments and Silver Chamber.
Secession Building •
The building of the Viennese Secession was erected by Joseph Maria Olbrich in 1897/98 as a venue for contemporary art.
The emperor's former private garden was made public in 1919. Especially worth seeing is the butterfly house. And, of course, the monument of our name patron Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
St. Stephen's Cathedral •
St. Stephen´s Cathedral, one of the most important Gothic buildings in Austria and probably the most famous landmark of the city.
The Naschmarkt, which has existed since 1774, is the largest retail market in Vienna, with around 2.3 hectares. In the present form planned by Otto Wagner and opened in 1916.
One of the most beautiful baroque domes north of the Alps, built according to plans by the famous baroque architect Johann Fischer von Erlach.