Ever since I was a little girl, watching Sisi at home was very common. Unlike my mom and sister, I hated watching it and never did so it was pretty ironic visiting her palace without them. After taking a 15 minutes train from the city, we got off at Schönbrunn and walked another ten minutes to the most magical palace I’ve ever seen.

Once again, we got super lucky to visit it during Christmas season as there was a Christmas market right in the middle of the imperial palace. We got those delicious roasted Nutella and butter almonds which were super yummy! All around, people were taking cute pictures, kids were running around the place and it was as beautiful as it looks in the pictures below.

We got tickets for the Imperial tour but there was also another sort of tour called the Grand Tour which is a visit of the entire palace. I highly recommend buying your tickets in advance or you might have to wait an hour or so outside. My next advice is definitely to get the audio guide that will guide you throughout the entire visit. The palace has so much history behind it and you will be amazed when you see the beautiful art, architecture and furnitures inside of it. It is as beautiful outside and inside.

Thanks for stopping by today, xx.

Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47, 1130 Wien

The Palace