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Set off for Vienna, a European capital with an imperial feel.

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From 07/07/2020 to 24/10/2020








5 good reasons to go to Vienna

Imperial living
Imperial living
Your trip to Vienna is a chance to step back in time and explore Austria's most sumptuous palaces. Marvel at the epic ballrooms that await in the Schönbrunn and Hofburg palaces. The apartments here are steeped in the history of emperors and empresses, including the famous Sisi. The palaces are also home to a museum of furniture, the Spanish riding school, and more.
Get close to Austria's famous painters
Get close to Austria's famous painters
Make sure you get your culture fix during your stay in Vienna. The Museums Quartier district is home to the museum of modern art, the Leopold Museum, the ZOOM children's museum, and more. Head to the Belvedere Palace to see Klimt's The Kiss. The Vienna Secession, the Mak and the Kunsthistorisches Museum are must-sees too.
Learn something new at the Prater
Learn something new at the Prater
From March to October, hop aboard one of Vienna's landmark attractions: the Big Wheel! Set up inside the Prater, this is a fantastic way of enjoying sweeping views over the city. Over 200 rides and attractions are studded throughout the park, and the Prater also offers lawns, a Madame Tussauds museum and a chocolate museum.
The quirky Hundertwasserhaus
The quirky Hundertwasserhaus
This off-beat house is eye-catching indeed. Its colourful, deconstructed façade was built by Friedensreich Hundertwasser around 1985. Although you can't explore its apartments, cross the street and delve into the artist's very own wonderland: the Hundertwasser Village is scattered with great boutiques and bars.
Catch your breath in a café
Catch your breath in a café
Vienna is synonymous with café culture! The cafés here offer delicious coffees, hot chocolates and Austrian pastries. Sachertorte and apfelstrudel are the most popular. A treat for the taste-buds, and an opportunity to relax in a cosy, refined setting while you watch the world go by. The Café Central is one of the city centre's most iconic!

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Culture and history

Visit the cathedral

Visit the cathedral

St. Stephen's Cathedral is one of Vienna's symbols, rising up 136 metres high! Inside, the cathedral is embellished with Gothic and Baroque details. But its crown jewel is undoubtedly its treasury, overflowing with relics and precious items. Emperors and bishops are buried in the cathedral's catacombs.

An awe-inspiring library

An awe-inspiring library

The national library is a delight for bookworms and history buffs. The building contains millions of books, maps and globes, as well as ancient documents: some date back to the 4th century! The state room is the most impressive of them all, and is simply spectacular in scale and décor: the woodwork, gilding, paintings and dome will take your breath away.

Mozart's home

Musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived in lots of houses in Vienna, but he spent many years at the height of his career at 5 Domgasse. The house's six floors lead you deep into the intricacies of the Austrian artist's everyday life. Get to know the world's most famous musician! 


A night at the opera

A night at the opera

For a magical, unforgettable evening out, head to the Wiener Staatsoper. This world-renowned mid-19th-century opera house offers a jam-packed line-up of events: with around 60 different productions put on here every year, from ballet to opera, you're bound to find something to your taste! And if you want to venture further behind the scenes, get a guided backstage tour!

Naschmarkt, the capital's main market

The wonderful Naschmarkt is held near the Karlsplatz square. Vienna's largest market is packed with 120 stalls and market-sellers, and is the perfect way to spend a day. Wander around the stands laden with local produce and grab a bite to eat. This is a round-the-world tour for the senses, and a chance to sample the tastes and flavours of all five continents.


Classic wiener schnitzel

Classic wiener schnitzel

This mouth-watering Austrian speciality needs no introduction. Wiener schnitzel is a breaded veal cutlet, although you'll sometimes find pork versions (look for 'vom Schwein' added at the end). These cutlets are often served with potatoes, and make for a quick, hearty and traditional meal.

Sachertorte, or royal cake

This dessert was whipped up by a kitchen hand for a royal banquet in the 19th century. And sachertorte is a regal offering indeed: two layers of chocolate biscuit filled with apricot jam and slathered in a rich, decadent layer of chocolate icing. Irresistible!

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1347 km

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15°C (max 24°C)


19°C (max 26°C)


6°C (max 15°C)


1°C (max 9°C)

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