Vienna / Austria
The Austrian capital of Vienna has over 1.5 million inhabitants. The city is located in the north-east of the country on the Danube.
With a city of this format, it is hardly possible to capture all the sights in one day, let alone get a serious overview of the extensive history. The Viennese flair will meet with you very quickly.
Wiener Secession, Prater, Sacher-Torte: these are probably the most famous attractions of the city. From the ring road you can enjoy it all very well. But first, several historic buildings are to be visited, including the Burgtheater and the Hofburg. Not far from the St. Stephen's Cathedral. In addition, the cityscape is characterized by numerous art nouveau buildings, such as the Postal Savings Bank. This was the beginning of his artistic direction.
Finally, you can honor with a visit the Schönbrunn Palace and the Belvedere Palace and then relax with a piece of the famous chocolate cake in a coffee house or in the Prater. Here there is not only hustle and bustle, mostly is very quiet here too. And with that you have captured only a small part of the city. You will surely come back!