Schönbrunn Palace was the summer residence of the Habsburgs, flourished from the Middle Ages to the early 20th century. The magnificent Baroque palace and vast French-style gardens have retained their unparalleled opulence and beauty to this day. The world's oldest zoo, Europe's largest greenhouse, and other attractions of great historical value are scattered throughout the grounds, making it one of Austria's most popular tourist attractions.
Schönbrunn Palace is located about 4 km southwest of the center of Vienna. The summer residence of the Habsburgs, who ruled Austria for several centuries, still stands in its original state. The gardens attached to the palace are a vast park that is always crowded with tourists and locals enjoying a moment of relaxation. The lush green grounds are filled with services for adults and children alike, including a zoo, a café, and a miniature train.