Vienna is the very lovely capital and primary city of Austria, as well as its cultural, economic and political centre. The city centre has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and apart from being regarded as the City of Music, it's also known as "The City of Dreams" because it was home to the world's first psycho-analyst, Sigmund Freud.
Indeed this city is a powerhouse of history, culture and modernity - there is so much for the passionate traveler to do and see - here's where to begin!
St. Charles's Church, Vienna
This amazing Palace has been a tourist attraction since the mid-1800s, and with its 1200 lavishly decorated rooms it continues to be a must see for all visitors.
Vienna is famous for its many coffee houses, and indeed the coffee and pastries are to die for.
From Pandas to Bison the Vienna Zoo is a great, family-friendly attraction to check out.
Home to the Johann Strauss who composed the “Blue Danube," the park is a great way escape the hustle and bustle of Vienna for a peaceful afternoon. Have a picnic!
This incredible theme park has enough attractions to keep you busy for the whole day. It features one of the world’s finest Ferris wheels, as well as tubulent roller coasters, spooky ghost trains and attractions for all sorts of the youngest.
The 10 year old museum has an amazing collection of exhibits and will provide you with a great background of the Viennese Jews.
Built in the 12th century the Cathedral has survived both a fire in 1258 and extensive damage during World War 2. It is one of the best representations of gothic architecture in all of Europe and is a focal point of Vienna’s downtown centre.
This is the trendiest shopping area in Vienna full with department stores and small boutiques.
Music is the beating heart of this city and there are an array of options to choose from, like the Vienna Boy’s Choir and the State Opera House.
There are two options to choose from you can grab a ticket for the full performance or witness the morning training sessions.