Welcome to St. Stephen’s Cathedral and to Cultural Places! You will now learn more about the cathedral, its history, layout, and background at 12 different stations. The audio texts are divided into 2 parts, including general information and a more in-depth explanation of art history. It is completely up to you to decide whether to listen to the entire tour now, or sitting comfortably on the sofa at home. The photos show details and different perspectives, and you just have to click on it and then swipe left or right to see the next picture. You will find a short text explaining each spot, which confers extra information. They also serve to help with your orientation in the cathedral.
Did You Know
Every Sunday, 7 different masses are held, one of them even in Latin (at 11:00 am). That’s also only during the reduced summer program; during the year, mass is held 11 times each Sunday. Every Saturday at 7:00 pm, mass is held in English. Don’t forget to listen to your virtual tourguide at this and all the other stations. The text here will be giving you interesting additional information and directions on how to get to the next station.
Now turn right and continue into the side arm of the cathedral. The next station is ahead on the right: The monument dedicated to Vienna’s liberation from the Turks.