Centred smack-bang in the middle of Vienna’s Historic 1st District, you will find the world-famous Saint Stephen's Cathedral, one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, which draws people from all over the world to its doors. What most visitors are unaware of, however, is the South Tower, accessible only through a small door found at the rear of the cathedral, on the outside of the building. Climb 67-metres up through the tight and winding staircase, consisting of 343 stairs, and you will find yourself at the top of the St. Stephen's Cathedral South Tower, with unobstructed views of the whole of Vienna. While the climb is demanding, the views are certainly worth the journey!