When In Vienna: A City Too Good To Be True

Vienna is one of those European cities that can take you back in time. In every possible way, it is just too good to be true. Take a stroll down the old city and you would start believing as if it has come out of a fairytale romance. This Austrian city has everything an avid traveler can dream of. The capital of Austria, it was founded way back in 500 BC. Being a perfect European city, it is packed with prominent landmarks and amazing destinations.

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Schönbrunn Palace

Start big by visiting this iconic landmark. Located in the heart of Vienna, it is considered as the most important residence in the country. The Baroque palace is more than 300 years old. Vienna has been a major tourist destination for decades. Spend at least 4-5 hours while exploring the beauty of this architecture marvel.


The Prater

As hard as it might seem, Vienna can be a little noisy at times. If you want to escape from the city, then try visiting The Prater. It is a huge public park located in its second district. It features a vast range of flora and fauna. Though its Ferris wheel is its major attraction, as it will let you have an amazing view of the city.

Hofburg Palace

Vienna is a city of palaces and museums. Hofburg Palace is another jewel that can’t be missed. This imperial palace was constructed way back in the 13th century and hasn’t lost its charm yet. It used to act as a winter residence for the rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.


Museums and Art Galleries

If you are an art lover, then you are going to have the best time of your life in Vienna. It is a heaven for music and art lovers. You can start by visiting the renowned Kunsthistorisches Museum. It has a signature octagonal dome and hosts some of the best artworks of the Renaissance period. We would  recommend visiting The Leopold Museum. It has the largest collection of modern art in Austria.


If you want to experience the Austrian culture, then head to the famous Museumsquartier. It is one of the largest cultural areas of the world and will give you an opportunity to meet some amazing artists and performers. Also, if you are in Vienna for a while, then you can head to The Albertina. It features one of the largest print rooms in the world with more than 65-thousand drawings.


The Belvedere

A serene and peaceful historic building, it is also considered as Vienna’s best kept secret. It has two magnificent Baroque palaces and a beautiful park. Painting an unforgettable landscape, it will certainly take you to another land.


Vienna State Opera

You can’t complete your trip to Vienna without visiting the legendary Vienna State Opera. Probably one of the most famous opera houses in the world, it was created in the 19th century. The opera house is certainly a majestic one and features a neo-gothic interior.


Places to stay

Vienna has almost unlimited places to stay. It might cost you a lot if you are staying in the old city. It is better to stay somewhere in its Metropolitan region. You can stay at the Vienna City Hostel, Westend Hostel, Do Step Inn, and other hostels for as less as $15-20 a night.

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Getting around

Getting around in Vienna won’t be an issue. There are frequent cabs and tourist buses that are quite accessible. You can also rent a bicycle and simply explore the city on your own. Though, Vienna also has an impressive public transport network that can be opted easily. You can simply buy tourist passes for buses, trains, and underground metro.

Vienna certainly lives up to its name of “City of music and dreams”. It is one such destination that would make it hard for you to leave. If you haven’t been to this majestic city, then make an effort and pay the Austrian capital a visit.