Maltese ChurchCurrently Closed
- Address: Karntner Str. 37, 1010 Wien, Austria, Vienna
- Timings: 07:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +43-15127244
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture
Maltese Church - Review
Maltese Church is one of the well preserved Roman catholic churches in Vienna that still make their presence felt in the city. The church building that you see today was built in the 15th century although there was an earlier church at the same site which existed since 1217. Its historical importance can be gathered from the fact that in the 17th century, it served as a favoured preaching location for Abraham a Sancta Clara. In the year 1806, the church’s building was renovated keeping in mind the contemporary Baroque influence. Adorned with beautiful architecture, both from inside and outside, this church should definitely find a place in your itinerary of Vienna.
Maltese Church Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Maltese Church by Public Transport
- By Light Rail station: Karntner Ring. Oper
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Things to Know Before Visiting Maltese Church
0.64% of people who visit Vienna include Maltese Church in their plan
95% of people start their Maltese Church visit around 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Maltese Church
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Maltese Church
People normally also visit Winter Palace Of Prince Eugene while planning their trip to Maltese Church.
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Maltese Church, Vienna Reviews
Officially called the Church of St. John the Baptist, this little church is under the protection of and maintained by the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta (a crusader era order founded in 1048 and are also know as The Knights of Malta), the order has been on that site since 1217. It is a quiet place to stop and take a moment out of your day to say "thank you" to God for all of our many blessings. One of my favorite places to visit while in Vienna.
A beautiful church near the city center. It was very quiet inside despite the season and the fact there are many tourists and locals outside its doors hustling about. Included are some photos of the Christmas decor, which I found very tasteful.
A small church hidden in shopping zone.
Very beautiful .Amazing....I visited in 1991 but I still remember amazing work on colorful glass windows
Small and beautiful. Good place to sit a while and collect your thoughts in the middle of the buzzling city.