Vienna is the capital city of Austria. Considered to be the music capital of the world, this historical city has been home to many famous composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms, among others. The city of Vienna has the finest amalgamation of several Romanesque, Baroque, and Art Noveau architectural styles. Places to visit and things to do
- Innere Stadt, which is Inner City, is the historic centre of Vienna and it is the city’s first and oldest district. It is one of the busiest areas in the city with numerous attractions and hotels nearby. The 5-star hotels around Innere Stadt are close to attractions such as the iconic Vienna State Opera on the Ringstraße. This prestigious opera house was built in the Neo-Renaissance style. There are plenty of other attractions nearby, such as the Hofburg Imperial Palace that is one of the world’s biggest palace that houses many museums today.
- Leopoldstadt is the second district of Vienna and is known for being the multicultural locality in Vienna. This scenic neighbourhood is located between the Danube River and Danube Canal and is known for the Augarten, which is a historical Baroque Park. The 3-star and budget hotels around Leopoldstadt are also close to the famous amusement park, known as the Prater Park. Some of the best resorts in Vienna are near to Leopoldstadt that offer excellent spa massage therapies.
- Affordable dine-outssuch as the Esterházykeller and Café Mozart serve wiener schnitzel and apfelstrudel, which are among the most popular food in Vienna. Bollyfood and NeuDeli are some of the best cheap Indian/veg-friendly restaurants in Viennathat serve Aloo Matar Paneer, Dahi Bhalle,and Channa Masala, among others.
The 3-star hotels near Vienna airport
offer free Wi-Fi, on-site ATMs and currency exchange facilities.