Cultural and culinary highlights in the Mediaquarter

Sights worth seeing in the 3rd district 

The Mediaquarter Marx is the largest media centre in Austria – the hustle and bustle of TV stations such as ProSiebenSat.1 PULS 4 and ATV, emerging restaurants and the first burial place of a world famous Austrian all lie very close to each other and give the district its very own charm.

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    Saint Marx Cemetery

    The Biedermeier cemetery is today a public park, in which Wolfgang A. Mozart's first burial place lies before the composer was transferred to Vienna's Central Cemetery.  Here, between ivy-covered statues, lilac blossoms and imposing tombs, it is easy to escape the bustle of the city. 

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    Belvedere 21

    Not far from the palace of the same name, but on the other side of the Gürtel, you will find the Belvedere's contemporary art collection. The building was originally erected as the Austria pavilion for the 1958 World's Fair; today, the Viennese art scene meets there for the latest exhibitions and parties.

    ©Sabine Klimpt, Belvedere
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    The Nice Guys

    For many who work in Mediaquarter Marx, "The Nice Guys" is the first stop for a delicious lunch menu or after work drink. The word has spread and so it is no longer just the media professionals who make their their way to the charming restaurant in the third district.

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