What You Can Look Forward to Seeing
The Schonbrunn Palace is the former summer home of the imperial family. The palace and garden were built in 1696, after the Turkish occupation. The museum has been operating since the 1950’s. There are 1,441 rooms. Visitors can rent out the emperors suite with two bathrooms and bedrooms, a kitchen and salon. The cost per night is 1,000 Euros. Visitors can also walk through the gardens maze. The Palace and its gardens have been in many films such as the Sisi Trilogy in the 1950’s, James Bond film The Living Daylights in 1987 , The great race in 1965, and the television drama of The Crown Prince.
The Schonbrunn Palace opens on different times of the year depending when you are going. In the summer months the Palace is opened in the morning until the evening and in the winter moths it closes earlier.
The fountains are not in operations in the winter. The address is Schonbrunner Schlobstrabe 47, 1130 Wien, Austria. To check the Times please go to the Palace main website. There is a bus that drops people off down the street from the Palace, or there is the subway that goes from the city centre to the Palace.