Vienna is the former capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, with past artistic glories, thanks to the cultural legacy of the many artistic geniuses nourished here. Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Strauss, Gustav Klimt are few to name. It is both culturally and musically one of the richest cities in the world.
Walk around Ringstrasse, a circular road around the city centre, to get a glimpse of the finest and most elegant architecture, like the magnificent Opera House. Visit few of the city’s 80+ museums and galleries, such as the Albertina, the Leopold Museum, or visit the majestic Schönbrunn and Belvedere Palaces. In the city centre you will find St. Stephen’s Dom, a masterpiece of gothic architecture.
Vienna has the finest Cafe Culture in Europe, with glamorous coffee houses and amazing creamy coffees and cakes. Food is great in Vienna, so make sure you try some of the known delicacies such as the Wiener Schnitzel and Sacher Torte.
Best Time to visit Vienna
Best time to visit Vienna is early in the Summer. But mind you, as Summer approaches and temperatures rise, hotel prices also flourish. Tourist peak seasons are Summer and Christmas, with high hotel prices and long queues at museums and attractions. Surprisingly from December until March hotel occupancy is also high with relatively high prices. The best hotel deals are found between April to May and September to November. During these months Vienna is not crowded and sightseeing is easier and cheaper.
Vienna Budget Hotels Areas
If you are traveling on a budget avoid the first District, as it is the most expensive one. Staying in the outskirts of the city is a good choice, as it is only 20 minutes from the city centre and there is an excellent public transportation network. Consider the Second and Fourth districts, as they offer great hotel deals, especially if you are traveling off-season. Book your stay in Vienna using the map below:
Vienna Tours & Activities
Explore and book from a wide selection of the best tours and activities for your trip: