We continued along the Ringstraße (Ring Road) of Vienna to admire, first, the monument to Maria Theresa (Maria-Theresien) and then the statue of Prince Eugene placed in front of Neu Burg. In the back gardens there is Mozart’s statue and, few steps further, that of Goethe.
We could not miss a pause at the famous SacherCafé before continuing on the Ring to admire the originalSecession-style pavilions, by O.Wagner.
Opposite there is the Baroque Karlskirche (1737), dedicated to Saint Charles Borromeo.
In the front gardens, there is the monument dedicated to Johannes Brahms.