St Stephens Cathedral, Vienna

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St Stephens Cathedral, Vienna - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Stephansplatz 3, 1010 Wien, Austria

Phone: +43-1515523054

Ticket Price: 4 EUR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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About St Stephens Cathedral, Vienna

St. Stephen’s cathedral is conserved and protected carefully so that the further generations’ of Vienna can surely enjoy the heritage site. This church attracts more than three million visitors every year.

It is the most popular attraction for tourists in Vienna. Various tours are conducted in and around the cathedral which will help you explore the interesting cathedral. These tours provide detailed information about the cathedral. This beloved cathedral is located right in the centre of the city Vienna. You can even enjoy the rooftop tour in the evening.

The guided tours cost for a minimal fees. This cathedral is regarded as the most important Catholic Churches in the city of Vienna.

St Stephens Cathedral Information

  • Parking space is provided to visitors.

St Stephens Cathedral Ticket Prices

  • Guided tour ticket price: 4 Euro
  • The church is free to enter but there are tickets charged for certain events and access to towers.
  • You can climb the 343 steps of the south tower for great views between 9am - 5.30pm, price 3 Euro.
  • Get a lift to the Pummerin (Eagle Tower - North Tower) price 4 euro.
  • Catacomb tour, price 4 euro.

St Stephens Cathedral Opening and Closing Hours

Guided tours:

  • Monday to Saturday 9:00am to 11:30 pm and 1:00pm to 4:30pm.
  • Sundays and public holidays: 1pm to 4:30 pm

How To reach St Stephens Cathedral by Public Transport

  • U-Bahn: U1
  • U3/Stephansplatz

Restaurants Near St Stephens Cathedral

  • Fabio - Cafe restaurant cavaliere.
  • Vienne cafe and restaurant.

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  • This church is located in center of Vienna that is accessible with metro U1 line. Its huge and so beautiful. Everything about this place makes u say wow the entire time you are visiting it. you can go inside and visit inside free of charge but u must see it behind the bars. Its a must see when youre visiting Vienna.

  • Massive interior, very high ceilings, huge pillars, numerous religious drawings and statures in all sizes and shapes, enormous ancient cathedral with obvious admirable renovation after WW2 destruction, the whole structure makes you wonder about the amount of work and the exceptional engineering that were required to build such a great house of worship. What is supposed to be a wonderful spiritual and cultural experienced is a bit shaken by having to pay an entry fee for main hall and the adjoining museums.

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  • This cathedral is very impressive. There is an amusing story about the second tower and it's funding being appropriated elsewhere several times over more than a hundred years before they gave up and capped the second tower. I am not a local guide for Vienna so I suggest finding a guide that can give you some of the history of the cathedral and the city (that's what i did).

  • It is in the core downtown area of the city. Really beautiful, entry is free and there are lots of shop to walk around outside. Right outside the train station.

  • A beautiful cathedral with lots of space in side. We couldn’t tour the whole thing as they were preparing for a concert

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