Vienna, where the streets are paved with culture,
Vienna, where history dances with elegance,
Vienna, this city is so ‘full’, it filled my eyes with beauty and my heart with memories
… if you haven’t met her yet, you absolutely must book a plane ticket to the Austrian capital.

*from the airport I recommend taking the S-Bahn metro (it is indicated with a double blue SS) which leaves from the airport every 30 minutes and stops at the Wien Mitte stations, i.e. the city centre. Cost around €4, from there you can go in all directions by public transport.

Overnight stay:
as an area I recommend Innere Stadt (Vienna’s historic center) / Stephansplatz
and I note Pension Riedl / Vienna Hotel Starlight Suite Salzgries

let’s fill our eyes:

Hofburg, the imperial palace (Sisi Museum, the Royal Apartments, Silverware Museum, Imperial Treasury Museum, Spanish Equestrian School, Austrian National Library)
Albertina Museum (museum dedicated to modern and contemporary, post-war Austrian and international art)
– Naschmarkt (the most famous market in Vienna, here there are colorful stalls with flowers, meat, bread and any type of food)
– Karlskirche (the church of San Carlo Borromeo is a Catholic church located in Vienna, in the southern part of Karlsplatz)
– Opera House

Stephansdom, St. Stephen’s Cathedral
Prater (green lung in the city center with a large amusement park)
– Danube Tower (Danube Tower)
– Landstrasse district with the Hundertwasserhaus, the public housing complex built in 1986 in Vienna by the architect and artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser
Belvedere Castle

– Wiener Rathaus (town hall)
Schönbrunn Palace
– Stadtpark (Viennese park richest in monuments and sculptures)
– Ankeruhr (the Art Nouveau art clock that was created by the painter and sculptor Franz Matsch)

markets still in August to January:
– Christmas Market at Schönbrunn Palace (until 4/01)
– Riesenradplatz (until 7/01)
– Ice World Rathausplatz


– Figlmüller (for the best Wiener Schnitzel)

– Gulasch & Söhne (gulasch)
– Bitzinger (best typical hot dogs and frankfurters)
– Schweizerhaus – horse riding experience
– Rollercoaster restaurant, for the funfair at the table
– Wiener stadtbraü (Spanish riding school – goulash strudel, always delicious kaiserschmarrn too)
– Palmanhaus
– Ramasuri (light lunch and also breakfast)
– Sperling Augarten (also breakfast)
– Retirement
– Melia
– Stöckl im park
– Melker Stift Keller
– Siebensternbräu
– Zum Leopold
– Salm Bräu
– Das Boothaus
– Hinterholz
– Klyo
– Motto am fluss
– Erich


– Lamèe rooftop
– Strandbar herrmann
– SO/Vienna
– Onyx bar
– Libelle
– 25hours
– Ruby lissi hotel Vienna
– Living Vienna city center
– Alt wien
– Vienna Hauptbahnhof Arsenal Apartments
– Alga apartments am Westbahnhof
– Design-Apartment Karlsplatz with Balcony
– Glorious Apartment near City Center
– City-center Hoher Markt

at the end,

Demel wien (to eat kaiserschmarren, an EXCEPTIONAL typical Austrian dessert, here you can also try sacher)
– Gestner
Sacher hotel (the Sacher didn’t surprise me, I found it ‘dry’ but I recommend taking at least a slice for your review!)
– Café central
– La mercerie
– My moms
– Felzl
– Melangerie kaffeegenuss
– Parémi
– Creme de la creme
– Café Mozart (nearby is the building with the big red bow)
– Aida (sacher)
– Spazio cafe
– Zanoni&Zanoni
– Café Ladtmann
– Café Telegraph
– Gragger & cie


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