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Waltz Through the Pretty Streets of Vienna

Previously the center of the Hapsburg Empire, Vienna is the current center of Austria’s culture, economics, and politics. Visitors may think they are in a museum as they walk through the historic first district, but Vienna also has a youthful and dynamic side with lots to offer.

St Stephens Cathedral in the Inner-City is surrounded by the Ring Road, with grandiose buildings like City Hall, the Austrian Parliament, the State Opera House and the Burgtheater. Enjoy the city where amazing musicians like Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, and Mahler once lived. If you’'re visiting during the carnival season, practice your waltzing skills at one of Vienna’s 200 glamorous annual balls.

Visitors can wander around beautiful park grounds in the Wiener Prater and Schonbrunn Palace provides imperial and extravagant grounds to stroll through. After exploring, eat with the locals by enjoying famous sandwiches at Trzesniewski, a Wiener Schnitzel at Cafe Central or taste traditional wines at the city’s many Viennese pubs.

Vienna International Airport is the doorway to the heart of Vienna. has luxury hotels, charming bed & breakfasts and modern apartments to meet any accommodation needs for your stay in Austria’s capital.

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With almost all buildings being older than 100 years, the central districts of Vienna show you the essence of this truly historic city with its famous sights like St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hofburg Palace or its numerous art museums and concert halls.

  • Encircled by the tree-lined Ringstrasse Boulevard, the Innere Stadt represents the very core of Vienna. Here you can find the most famous sights like St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hofburg Palace, the elegant Graben and Kohlmarkt shopping streets and the Kunsthistorisches Museum.

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  • Home to most of Vienna’s Jewish population and with its meeting points of the young urban crowd like the Karmelitermarkt and the Donaukanal, the central Leopoldstadt district exudes a cosmopolitan atmosphere. It borders the very center of Vienna and also has large parks like the Prater and the Augarten.

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  • The elegant residential district of Wieden is located between the Baroque Belvedere Palace and the lively Naschmarkt area with its numerous restaurants and food stands. The Freihausviertel quarter next to the central Karlsplatz Square has many great shops and places to eat.

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  • Vienna’s longest shopping street Mariahilferstrasse and the hip Museumsquartier border the central district of Neubau. Warmed by a mug of hot punch or mulled wine, you can explore the charming Spittelberg Christmas Market in November and December.

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  • The Josefstadterstrasse street with Vienna’s oldest theater and many elegant boutiques represents the heart of this charming, small district right behind the Rathaus. Vienna’s famous Christkindlmarkt takes place every year in front of the Rathaus during the months of November and December.

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