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Vienna's appeal is instant; the striking architecture and plentiful palaces, the cathedral and surrounding horse drawn carriages, the museums and concert halls and the café's and slices of...
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Sacher Spa

Local Tip If you have time then be sure to have a coffee in the famous Sacher cafe and don't forget to order the exquisite and world famous Sachertart, you can only get the original here! - it is well worth enjoying...

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Imperial Hotel Vienna

Local Tip Luciano Pavarotti requested to use the grand piano in the Imperial Hall to quickly rehearse a few arias before performing at the State Opera. So the concierge politely asked the guests if they would not...

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Monastiri

The Monastiri restaurant is one of best hidden secrets in Vienna. The food is outstanding, the wines are exquisite, the ambience is unique! Best place to sit during summer is the marvelous courtyard. more »

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Dorotheum - Buy Art

The Dorotheum, established in 1707, is one of the world's oldest auction houses. It has its headquarters in Vienna and is the largest auction house in both Continental and German-speaking Europe. more »

Vienna Photos

Burggarten

Burggarten

Volkspark

Volkspark

Vienna's City Hall at Sunset

Vienna's City Hall at Sunset

People sitting at Café Rochus 1090

People sitting at Café Rochus 1090

Horse Carriage at the Hofurg

Horse Carriage at the Hofurg

Austrian Heroes' statues at the Heldenplatz

Austrian Heroes' statues at the Heldenplatz

Christmas Market Stand

Christmas Market Stand

A view of the city from Kahlenberg

A view of the city from Kahlenberg

Prater Amusement Park

Prater Amusement Park

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