Traditional Viennese cuisine is varied and is offered in every price segment. Schnitzel, Tafelspitz, Zwiebelrostbraten or goulash - enjoy it!
Going for a walk:
Go to one of almost 1000 parks with a total area of almost 13 km² in Vienna. The city maintains the facilities so that they always invite you to relax.
Go to a concert:
Go to one of Vienna's famous opera and music houses and experience live what the Viennese music scene is world-famous for. Whether classical or modern -
you will get your money's worth.
Going to the coffee house:
Visit one of the many Viennese coffee houses and enjoy traditional coffee specialities and pastries. Sit down in the Schanigarten in fine weather or contemplate the rustic ambience indoors.
Take advantage of the dense public transport network in Vienna and reach your destinations comfortably by tram, bus, underground or S-Bahn. You will hardly find such short intervals elsewhere.
Visit a theatre:
Not only music, but also drama is big in Vienna. Surprises and completely new interpretations are always waiting in Vienna's theatres.
If you're in the mood for more classic shopping streets, then drop by one of the following: Mariahilfer Straße, Kärntnerstraße, Graben, Kohlmarkt, Kärntner Straße.
Visit a museum:
In a city of culture, museums are of course a must. Fine arts, music, natural sciences or something completely different? You're sure to find something to interest you.
Get a sausage from one of Vienna's many sausage stands. Frankfurters are as much a part of Viennese cuisine as any established traditional dish.
Visit a market:
Browse through one of the more than 20 permanent markets in Vienna and sample the diverse offerings. We especially recommend the Naschmarkt, Rochusmarkt, Kamelitermarkt and Markt am Hof.
Go to the zoo:
The Schönbrunn Zoo may be the oldest zoo in the world, but overall it has one of the most modern facilities. With daily feedings, there is always something on offer.
Visit a cabaret
What is the difference between comedy and cabaret?
The comedian does it for the money. The cabaret artist does it for the money. Viennese cabaret has a very special quality that you won't find anywhere else.
Stroll along the Danube Canal:
Go down to the pier of the Danube Canal and walk along the shore. Here you will find Vienna's highest density of graffiti art, stretching for several kilometres.
Eating Ice-cream :
Ice cream culture is also part of Vienna's cityscape. Just treat yourself to one at the next shop - you can't go wrong.
Visit a library:
Go to one of the many libraries and browse while enjoying the peace and quiet. In some libraries, especially at Urban-Loritz Platz, you can also attend events.