Famous for its imperial architecture, cultural events, palatial coffee houses and cosy taverns as well as its rich musical and artistic heritage, this Austrian capital oozes Viennese charm

Situated in the northeastern part of Austria, Vienna lies near the banks of the Danube, close to the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia

Vineyards surround the city and its fine wines are served throughout the city in taverns and chic wine bars. When it comes to the culinary arts, creative chefs experiment with local ingredients to create mouthwatering delicacies served in quirky, repurposed and architecturally intriguing buildings.

With summer high's of 25-30°C and winter lows around freezing, the typically dry climate makes this a great place to visit all year round

Served by Vienna International Airport (VIE), and with an extensive local transport network consisting of buses, trains and 5 metro lines, Vienna also boasts the S-Train, linking it with European cities, like Venice, Munich, Budapest, Bratislava, Zürich and Prague.

From the Rinsgstrasse palaces like the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna to the innovative MuseumsQuartier, not to mention the stunning imperial architectural masterpieces that are the Burgkapelle, the Schloss Belvedere, Schloss Schönbrunn and the magnificent Rathaus, there's so much to do and see in Vienna - why wouldn't you book your trip now?

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