Your travel guide to Vienna
In Vienna, Austria, leisure is a way of life. From sipping on espresso at one of the many coffee houses to savoring the architecture, any traveler can live like the Viennese. A visit to Schonbrunn Palace is in store for those who appreciate history and learning about the famous retreat of Habsburg royal monarchs. Salzburg, the home of Mozart, makes for another pleasant attraction in Vienna. The breathtaking views of the Austrian Alps make visiting Salzburg worthwhile.
Inner Stadt, also known as the City Center, is the place to go for some fabulous shopping. Thrill-seekers will enjoy visiting the amusement park in Leopoldstadt, which also features other entertainment options. Neubau is the best place to visit for the museums that Vienna has to offer. Scholarly-minded travelers will also enjoy checking out the University of Vienna, which is located in Alsergrund.
Vienna offers an excellent public transportation system. Underground trains, buses, trams and even night buses are available for travelers. The city also has no shortage of thriving taxis waiting to take you wherever your heart desires. The underground train system is known as "U-Bahn." For those with a rental vehicle, it will be necessary to use parking tickets when parking in the city.
Vienna is a city that is dedicated to the arts, so visitors should take advantage of incredible opportunities to delve into its culture at the State Opera House. The Vienna Mozart Concert gives visitors the chance to listen to magnificent performances by the Mozart Orchestra.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum is a place where art lovers can unite, as this museum is dedicated to art history. The Belvedere Palace is also one of the most renown art museums in the world. After browsing the art museums of Vienna for the day, visitors may also want to enjoy some wine in the city. Wine is also an important way of life in Vienna, so a wine tasting bike tour or trip to a wine loft may appeal to travelers.