Discover aristocratic Vienna, the palace of Europe
Embark on a journey of unsurpassed aristocratic beauty. Wander the cobbled streets of Vienna and get to know its palaces one by one. Start the tour with a visit to the Hofburg Palace, the Schonbrunn Palace with their famous zoo, as well as the impressive Belvedere Castle, which will take you all the way to glamor and elegance.
Enjoy a walk along the Danube, cross its lush parks and head to the local Naschmarkt open-air market for an exploration of local flavors and aromas, an introduction to Austrian tradition.
An inseparable part of this tradition is the huge cultural background of this city. Famous for its art and culture, Vienna invites you to discover it through the Museum of Art History, the famous Albertina with the most important collection of printed art in the world and the Museum of Natural History.
Of course you can not miss the iconic Cathedral of St. Stephen which is an attraction for all visitors to the city. Unique images of architectural grandeur will be given to you by the church of Charles, as well as the famous Vienna State Opera that invites you to enjoy world-famous spectacles.
The gastronomy of Vienna
The Austrian capital is full of restaurants with a variety of flavors for all tastes. With a long tradition in juicy meats, we suggest you try a traditional schnitzel, or a hot dog on hand, accompanied by a glass of mulled wine that will keep you warm on your walk. Visit a local cafe and ask for the traditional tea with wine, something you will definitely not find easily again.
The best season to visit Vienna
Vienna is a destination you can visit all months of the year. In winter you will experience a magical Christmas holiday, in a city adorned with enhanced lights and colors that excites young and old visitors. For those who prefer more favorable weather and warmer temperatures, spring and summer are the ideal seasons to prefer Vienna.
How to move around Vienna
Transfer from/to Vienna
In Vienna you can travel by air. You will find tickets all year round either from Athens or Thessaloniki. From the airport you can travel to the city center by bus or taxi.
Vienna has an organized transport network consisting of buses and metro. Tickets cost 2.40 euros and are used in both media. Of course there is the possibility of issuing a multi-route ticket for your convenience. A common way to travel is to rent a bicycle, an economical option that costs 1-3 euros depending on the length of the rental.