Slow down and enjoy the irreplaceable atmosphere of this city, where everyone is welcome and all citizens are enjoying their life to the maximum. Explore the historical centre of Vienna which is for its beauty listed in UNESCO. Try one of the many fiacres, it is one of the most comfortable and unique ways how to explore this marvellous city. We also kindly recommend trying the local cuisine that is famous for its Vienna style schnitzels or if you prefer something sweet, hop into one of the local cafes and try chocolate torte Sachr or Strudel.
What not to miss in Vienna:
Vienna is packed with interesting places and it is impossible to explore the whole lot in only one day, but these are the places you should not miss.
Hofburg used to be the home of the emperor in the city centre. Hofburg is the largest museum complex in the world. To mention a few, you can visit the Sisi Museum, Emperor's apartment, Prunksal library and the treasury where the crown jewels and emperor's silvers are displayed.
Schönbrunn used to be a summer residency home of the emperor and his family. It is open all year round and is famous for its marvellous gardens.
Belvedere is composed of two chateaus build in baroque style and beautiful gardens.
- Holy Stephan Cathedral
it is the most important cathedral of all Austria and dominant building of Vienna which can be seen from the surrounding areas.
Hundertwasserhause is one of the architectonical marvers of Vienna, that was built by an artist and businessman Stowasera
This tower is 252m tall and has two speed lifts that will take you to the top in 35 seconds. At the top of the tower, you can enjoy the best view over the whole of Vienna.
- Town Hall
Is a seat of local government and one of the most important buildings in all of Austria. It was build in neo-gothic style in 1883.
If you like food as we do, you can miss this place. The four rows of food stalls offer a great variety of local food and products as well as many cafes and restaurants.
One of the oldest amusement park in the world that was established in 1766. It is dominant in the city and played an important part of the city's cultural scene. The Ferris wheel provides you unique view over the Donau river.