Stephansdom

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General Information

Stephansdom known in English as St. Stephen’s Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Vienna, Austria. The cathedral is the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vienna and the seat of the Archbishop of Vienna. The first church on the site dates back to the 12th century, the current Romanesque and Gothic church was built at a later date. It is the most important religious building in Vienna and one of the most recognisable symbols of the city with its multi-coloured tiled roof.

Getting there

If travelling by underground in the city, take the underground to either ‘Stephansplatz’ or ‘Stubentor’. The closest bus stop is the ‘Stephansplatz’ which is served by the 3A bus.

Opening Times and Admission

The cathedral is open daily from 6am-10pm. The cathedral runs organised tours Monday to Saturday, tours run between 9 am to 11.30am and 1pm-4.30pm. Guided tours cost around 18 euros.

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Posted: 13 Mar 2021, 15:39

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Mosaic

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Interesting roof on this cathedral . Organised tour was a little costly but still worth it. Learned alot and the tour guide was friendly

Posted: 10 Sep 2019, 11:54

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Really cool tiling

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The cathedral is made unique by its roof tiling, which is a colour landmark of this city. Well worth a visit. Felt the tours were a little bit expensive.

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