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That's Vienna

Culture, culinary delights and nature await you in Vienna

Vienna is worth a visit at any time of the year - whether in spring, when the parks and the Viennese forest awaken, in summer when the pubs along the Danube Canal become a center of attraction, in autumn when the Viennese “Heurigen” open their doors, or in winter when the Christmas markets enchant their visitors. Vienna has a lot to offer - culture, entertainment, culinary delights as well as events. Discover the best tips for your stay in Vienna here!

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Vienna stands for culture

Who does not associate Vienna with culture? The offer seems limitless, yet there are a few highlights that we want to mention here: First and foremost, the Vienna State Opera and the "home" of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Musikverein. A visit to the Burgtheater, not far from our hotel, also pays off. For those who like musicals, we recommend the Ronacher and the Raimund Theater. When it comes to art, the Albertina attracts with changing exhibitions of great international artists. But also the Belvedere Palace, which is known for its works of great Austrian artists (e.g. Klimt - The Kiss). Of course, there is also a wide range of contemporary art. Or you can simply stroll through the city and drop in a Viennese gallery.



Culinary

Viennese cuisine is known beyond its borders. First and foremost, of course, for its classics - the Wiener Schnitzel (the original is made with veal, by the way), the Tafelspitz, the apple strudel or the Kaiserschmarrn for dessert. You should definitely visit one of the classic Viennese restaurants. Many of them have charming gardens in the summer. Or you can visit one of the fine dining locations, such as the Steirereck in the Stadtpark, the Konstantin Filippou restaurant or the first Austrian 3-Michelin-star chef Juan Amador. Not to forget the Viennese wine: Quality wine, which is produced here within the city limits. A must try: the "Gemischter Satz"! 

Green Vienna

Vienna - the most livable big city in the world - impresses not only with numerous and spatious green spaces, parks and gardens directly in the center, but also with recreational areas along the Danube and other destinations in the nearby “Wienerwald”.

Whether it's the Vienna Prater, Schönbrunn Palace Park including the zoo, boating on the Old Danube or hikes with magical Vienna views from Kahlenberg, Leopoldsberg or Kobenzl - Vienna has definitely a lot to offer for nature lovers.



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