St. Stephen’s Cathedral

Vienna’s and Austria’s main landmark


St. Stephen's Cathedral


48.2084923, 16.373126854157


St. Stephen's Cathedral


48.2084923, 16.373126854157



Price per

For a guided tour, per person, visit is free


1 hour


12th century

Quick facts

  • Name: St. Stephen’s Cathedral
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Built 12th century
  • Type of attraction: Architectural/Cathedral
  • Ticket price: From $20 (free to enter the church)

St. Stephen’s Cathedral, or Stephansdom, as it is known locally (also affectionately called Steffl by Viennese), is a central landmark of Vienna, Austria and one of the most recognizable attractions.

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Originally built in 12th century, the cathedral was being destroyed, rebuilt and renovated several times through its rich history and now it is a living monument consisting of several styles – Gothic (mostly) Romanesque and Baroque.

It was dedicated to St. Stephen, the first Christian martyr, and church services are active to this date. The cathedral complex consists of a church, north and south towers, catacombs and a treasury.

Popular attraction is a roof walk, where visitors can observe great view of Vienna.

Due to its central location in Vienna’s’ Innere Stadt, it is usually starting point in exploration of Vienna and popular meeting place.

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Interesting facts about St. Stephen’s Cathedral

Here are some interesting facts about this amazing historic landmark.

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