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Christmas means shopping and nothing puts us in the holiday spirit like visiting a traditional market filled with all the sights and sounds of all that Christmas stands for.

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Looking to jet set for a daybreak somewhere in Europe? Then look no further than Vienna, the capital city of Austria located in the heart of Europe surrounded by the beautifully scenic Alps. As a bustling capital city with over 2 million inhabitants, you sure won’t run out of things to do and see!

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Since 2000, Vienna has climbed the popularity rankings for vacation destinations because of its influence where contemporary Italian cultures are concerned. The MuseumsQuartier is normally a major focal point and a place that tourists favor when visiting the city. But 2012 has seen this landmark become the platform of fashion that takes place from the middle of June until mid-September.

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Although it is a matter of personal choice, not every international honeymooning couple wants to visit the US. Nor does every newly married couple in the US want to visit the Caribbean or South Pacific regions that are currently so popular. Here are 5 cities in Europe that are still popular destinations and options that can’t miss for a honeymoon.

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Public gardens have very important place in an urban community. These green spaces enhance aesthetic appeal of the urbanscape, improve psychological and physical health of entire community and offer dedicated recreational areas for people from all walks of life. Several well-maintained gardens and parks in Vienna, the Austrian capital, enrich the quality of life of every Viennese. Green spaces of the city account for over 50% of the metropolitan area.

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Vienna, the Austria’s capital, was home of the Habsburg dynasty for many centuries. It was also cultural, economic, and political centre. Today travellers are visiting Vienna to see historical buildings, museums and galleries. Most of them are situated in the city center, in the first district, as well as the most boutique hotels offering an outstanding luxury stay.Sacher Hotel-meeting room

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1) Schloβ Belvedere: This absolutely gorgeous palatial complex is definitely not to be missed while in Vienna. The former palace has been converted into an art gallery and now houses some of the most coveted international artwork. Stroll through the impeccably-maintained gardens. Visit the art galleries. Marvel at the beautiful Baroque architectural facades of the palace. Learn more about Austrian history at one of the museums. You won’t run out of things to do or see.

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There are many traditional and international restaurants in Vienna, Austria. They will surely satisfy all tastes. Typical Viennese cuisine is a mixture of Hungarian, Bohemian and Austrian dishes. But the Italian influence from the 17th century and French influence from the 18th century can still be felt. Many restaurants offer a wide range of traditional unique dishes including its famous pastries: Sachertorte, Apfelstrudel, Palatschinken and Buchteln. Get inspired by the 5 following tips for the restaurants in the 1st district, the historical city center.

Vienna Austria Strudel

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The capital and largest city in Austria is Vienna as well as being the cultural, economic, and political hub of the country. Surprisingly, Vienna still displays the trappings of when it was the imperial capital. Additionally, the historical city center is listed as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites. The cultural diversity combined with the architecture and history makes Vienna one of the most popular tourist destinations in the entire world. Needless to say, you will never be bored when you explore the city.

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The capital and largest city in the Austrian Republic is Vienna, the cultural, economic, and political hub of the country. The main thing you want to remember regarding the Viennese nightlife is that this is a very laid back atmosphere, no matter what time of the late afternoon or evening you are out on the town. It’s amazing how nothing ever proceeds at a rapid pace and no one is ever in a hurry.

Vienna Opera House Night

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In Vienna, there are many opportunities to have fun day and night. You might have already heard that the capital of Austria is famous for its Wiener Kaffee (Vienna coffee) and Sachertorte (Sacher cake). With our guide you can explore the best places to order not only the aforementioned delicious coffee and cake, but also many others.

Sacher Torte Vienna

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Vienna’s gourmet culture is multi-faceted and there are many options for vegetarians who want to get to the heart of Viennese cuisine without compromising their principles. Here are some of the best or most interesting vegetarian Restaurants in Vienna.

Vegetarian Dishes

Kostlich, located on Farbergasse, is a good veggie restaurant in the centre of Vienna. It is only open during the day and so works as a lunch stop for vegetarian visitors to the city. It has a very small seating area which is great for getting to know the people around you – most of them will be locals. Kostlich is certainly not the cheapest place to eat, but neither is it too expensive. read full article

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In the scramble for Eastern Europe and the ongoing hype, justified or otherwise, surrounding Paris and Berlin, Vienna has been a little bit neglected as a European travel destination and it certainly isn’t as highly valued as it deserves to be. Here are some tips about how to make the most of any visit to the City.

Visiting Vienna

Vienna’s attractions do not generally rely on good weather to be appreciated and it is a truly year round destination. read full article

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There are a lot of reasons that international travelers visit Vienna. Vienna is not only Austria’s capital, it is the country’s largest city. The city is known for being Austria’s cultural, economic, and political center but for the international traveler it’s the architecture, art, cross-cultures, and history that hold the allure for the tourist. And let’s not forget the cuisine.

Decemberists in Vienna

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Vienna, the capital of Austria, is a paradise for all shopping addicts. Not only are there numerous brand shops in the city center, there are also many shopping malls. Some of them have a central location, but many of them are in Vienna’s surrounding. Explore the best options before you decide to go for your shopping trip. Don’t forget, all shopping malls in Austria are closed on Sundays.

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Shopping City Süd

Shopping City Süd is 1 km long mall with more than 330 shops that offer not only clothes and shoes but also home equipment and electronic devices. read full article

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