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24 Hours in Vienna, best of the rest?

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Hi there. I'm heading to Europe next week for vacation, and we are flying into Vienna. Unfortunately, we firmly have only 24 hours (one overnight) in the city before moving on to other destinations. It's my second time in Vienna. On my first visit, I toured the Hofburg and the Treasury and visited Schonbrunn Palace and gardens and the Kunsthistoriches Museum. My two traveling companions are visiting for the first time, so they will likely want to see some of those top attractions. I was wanting to visit some of the smaller or lesser known museums, but I will probably only be able to get to one or two. I wanted to see how those who have had more time in Vienna would prioritize or differentiate among the Albertina, the Belvedere, MuseumsQuarter, specifically the modern art museum (can't remember its name). Or would you suggest others that I didn't mention? I am interested in Klimt and 20th-century, or even modern, art. Thanks in advance for your insight!

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