The well-known but not really popular Icelandic low has left its place out on the Atlantic and is now situated over Western Europe. Such a strong low so close to the Alps means quite unsettled weather for our region, too. We will see a changing cloud cover with occasional showers.
The area of low pressure is moving on very slowly and will not leave us until Friday. Until then, the weather will remain chilly and unstable. Later on, we will see an improvement.
The Imperial Palace can be entered through the yard. Opposite of Café Sacher is a small ramp leading to a bell marked with a wheelchair symbol. Please ring the bell. The door will be opened and a wheelchair lift will take you to the foyer. From there, another lift will take you to the exhibition halls. There are two accessible toilets and the exhibition halls are also fully accessible.