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Here are a few additional suggestions of things to do in Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum: This museum showcases one of the finest art collections in the country as well as several priceless objects that were designed specifically for the emperors of Hapsburg.
Guests can tour the grounds to hear all about the history of the palace's 22 rooms. Stephen's Cathedral: This renowned church is considered Vienna's most important. It is easily one of the city's most well-known symbols with a spectacular facade that features multi-coloured roof tiles. The Vienna State Opera House: With a history dating back to the 19th century, this illustrious structure hosts more than performances each year.
The Vienna Prater: The city's landmark amusement park, the Prater, showcases a metre-high Giant Ferris Wheel that overlooks the area's booths, go-karts, merry-go-rounds, and more. KunstHausWien: This museum features a global collection of modern art as well as the work of Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Hundertwasser, a renowned artist and architect, is also the museum's designer.
Top Destination reviews. Perfect prime City Center location - walk to everywhere! Cozy one bedroom flat. Lovely bright and fresh apartment. Really pleased with the apartment. Great space in a bright and fresh apartment.
Cecilia met us on arrival. We used the taxi service they suggested and that worked out really well - we had a guided tour on the journey in from the airport! Our linen and towel service is included.
Full details, including photos, schedule, available dates and prices are available by selecting the apartment. Comparing the features of an apartment with those of a room in a hotel, there arise some differences. Our holiday flats are mostly much more spacious than a similar hotel room. This gives you plenty of room to enjoy your vacation in Vienna in our apartment, whether you travel as a couple, a family or alone. In a hotel, you usually have to stick to certain meal times which restricts you a lot during your stay in Vienna.
Instead of going to a Viennese cafe or restaurant in the evening, you must worry about how to get to your hotel for dinner in time. You do not have this problem when you choose to rent an apartment. All our holiday flats have a fully equipped kitchen. Our holiday flats have namely a fully equipped kitchen which offers you a fridge, hot plates, coffee machine, kettle and many other necessary cooking utensils. This will make your stay in Vienna flexible and you will not have to worry about coming late for dinner.
Plan your day as you want. If you stayed out long into the night the day before in the centre of Vienna, then you can prepare your breakfast, for example, at about 1 or 2 p. The choice is up to you. Since you have a fridge, you can buy all regional delicacies in a supermarket and try them during your vacation to Vienna.
Or visit the famous Naschmarkt and make a shopping tour in which you can choose between many international foods. Another advantage of our Vienna Apartments is that the overnight rates for apartments are well below the prices of hotels.
This will save you money and also can enhance your visit in the city, for example, by taking a carriage ride at Stephansplatz. Why should you come to Vienna? It is Europe's number one center for international conferences, meetups, and conventions. At the beginning of the 20th century, Vienna lost the status of Imperial capital but preserved its reputation as the political, economic, and cultural center.
Vienna is one of the most affluent regions in the European Union. The city has an international reputation for the high quality of life, low crime rates and is often referred to as a "gateway of Eastern Europe," due to the good relationships of the city's business elite with the Central and Eastern European countries. Various international corporations set up their Eastern European headquarters in Vienna, or conduct business with these countries from their Vienna offices.
Many world-renowned brands enter the Central and Eastern European countries by partnering with firms in Vienna or acquire Austrian companies as subsidiaries.
For instance, Dutch beverage group Heineken began its eastward expansion with the acquisition of the Austrian Brau Union. Similarly, the major Italian bank Unicredit started its aggressive push to the East with a takeover of Bank Austria.
The majority of the large Austrian corporations are also headquartered in Vienna. Vienna's climate can be characterized as oceanic due to the Alps that shield the city from wind and cyclones. Spring weather can vary significantly, while fall is usually cold, even with occasional snowfalls in November.
Snow in winter is common, also if not so frequent compared to the Western and Southern regions of Austria. The traditional Viennese cuisine is characterized by the influences from the regions and countries which used to be part of the Habsburg monarchy. Due to the borderland location of the city near Hungary and the Czech Republic, dishes from these countries migrated to the menus of Vienna restaurants. The goulash with its Viennese variants - the Fiaker and Wiener - originated in Hungary.
Czech cuisine contributed to pastries, such as different kinds of strudels, as well as various types of dumplings. Wiener Schnitzel and Tafelspitz are particularly popular.
The most popular local market with traditional stands is the Naschmarkt, where you can buy vegetables, spices, fruits, meat, fish, and anything you want from around the globe. If you crave something special - head to Naschmarkt. The Brunnenmarkt in Vienna's 16th District is the largest market where you can find more mundane things.
The cityscape of Vienna includes the sausage stands in lively areas, where various hot sausages and hot liver cheese can be found. As an alternative to the hot dog, the Bosner is often offered there. Meanwhile, kebab parlors can be found just as frequently. Vienna is one of the most carefully preserved old western European cities. Innere Stadt, its historic core, is very walkable and well-connected through public transportation.
Vienna retains its imperial urban planning with wide boulevards and sparse public gardens. The skyline remained unspoiled by the skyscrapers and dominated by the spire of St. Stephen's Cathedral, as well as the colossal Ferris wheel in the central city park-the Parter. At the same time, the city also has one of the most iconic art deco buildings from the period of Vienna Secession and the constructivist architecture of the Red Vienna.
The largest migrant groups are of Serbian 5. Of the people of non-European origin, people from Asia make up the largest group 5. Only about 0. According to a study by the UN-Habitat, Vienna demonstrates the population growth of 4. This includes a common tariff system. Vienna has one of the oldest and densest tram networks in the world. There are currently 29 lines covering 1, stops on a km route.
The subway is the fastest and most popular form of transport in Vienna. Today the Vienna underground has five lines U1, U2, U3, U4, and U6 with a total of 93 stations and a route length of almost 80 km.