From the Southern Bell Tower (1) visitors can walk towards the Danube River, then they enter the cathedral through the south-western gate (2).
– The spiral staircase leads to the Treasury (on the first floor) and the Panorama Hall (on the second floor).
– At the end of our visit, we can go downstairs through the north-western staircase (3).
– We walk through the religious gift shop (4) to get to the liturgical space of the church (5).
– We can leave the cathedral through the south-eastern gate (6).
Visitors with disabilities as well as older visitors may use the lift. It is accessible through the liturgical space and the shop.
– As visitors have purchased their ticket in the Southern Bell Tower (1), they can enter the cathedral through the south-eastern gate (7).
– We begin our tour with the Crypt (2), whose entrance opens here.
– Arriving back on the ground floor, we use the south-eastern staircase (3) that leads to the choir.
– We can find out interesting facts about the cathedral in the southern connecting corridor, then we can discover the room of the clock weights illustrated with details and curiosities about the mechanical clock and the bells.
– Via the southern connecting corridor, a wide and comfortable staircase leads up to the exit to the Southern Roof Passage.
– We walk along the south-eastern roof and up the spiral stairs to reach the dome’s drum. The Lower Passage (lower lookout) around the dome is available during the reconstructions, it is only closed temporarily and partially.
– A spiral staircase leads back to the south-western roof and the Panorama Hall. The Panorama Hall is equipped with toilets.
– The Cathedral Treasury is on the first floor and is accessible via the north-western staircase (4).
– Getting downstairs, visitors walk through the religious gift (5) shop to get to the liturgical space of the church (6)
– We can leave the cathedral through the south-eastern gate (7).
Spaces open to visitors are only accessible on foot and by stairs.