The Austrian capital is situated in the east of the country with the Danube running through the northern suburbs of the city.
Birthplace of Art Nouveau, Vienna is also an outstanding example of Baroque architecture. Must visit the Schloss Schonbrunn, Belvedere, Stephanskirche for traditions and art, fashion, architecture, music, culinary excellence and much else for the past several centuries.
Include in your visit: the Chapel of the Hofburg, the Burgtheater, the many museums and memorial sites for Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Strauss and Freud. Go to park concerts and don't forget a trip to Heurigen- in the suburbs where eating, drinking and being festive al-fresco is best.
Renowned for fine art collections, opulent balls, musical events. Style and elegance still counts for a lot here, as well as gourmet cooking and everyday elegance. Iconic landmarks like the Sacher Hotel, the Opera house, River Danube, the Prater amusement park, the Spanish Riding School, are just a few among many
Tip: Visit for cultural, gourmet, historic and musical city breaks. It is family friendly, use the tram to get around. Avoid the July & August heat