Hoping to do a little window shopping after all that exhibition hall and display bouncing. At that point make a beeline for Vienna's most rich road, Kärtner Strasse. Connecting Stephansplatz to the Staatsoper on the Ring and closure at Karlsplatz, this for the most part person on foot well disposed territory is amusing to meander because of its lime trees, asphalt bistros, popular shops, exquisite boutiques, and caught up with shopping arcades. Albeit the vast majority of the structures you see today are eighteenth century, the Maltese Church still has a couple of highlights dating from the thirteenth century when the road was begun take a look inside for its ensigns of the Knights of Malta. Other remarkable structures are Palais Esterházy, worked in 1698 and now home to an upscale eatery, while close-by structures house top of the line apparel stores.