Vienna , capital of Austria, is a city very rich in historical and cultural heritage being one of the oldest on the European continent. This city has a special charm since its streets mix the historical with the modern, in addition to having various cultural spaces and a gastronomy influenced by the mix of cultures that the destination has.

How to get there

To travel to Vienna it is advisable to transport ourselves By plane or by train. If we have time or we are visiting other cities in Europe, it is best to travel by train. Even within Vienna this is also the best transport option.

How to move around the city

In Vienna we will be able to mobilize in train, the same one that has more than thirty lines in addition to being a comfortable and fast transport; in metro, also called U-Bahn and with which we can visit all the tourist attractions of the city, and, by bus, the only ones that can save our lives at night since the train and tram do not have night hours. If we need a faster means of transport we can use the services of a taxi, although the prices are usually high.


The best time to travel to Vienna is in summer where it has an average temperature of 20 degrees Celsius, while if we travel in winter we will find an average temperature of zero degrees that sometimes drops to less than five degrees.


If we are looking for a destination with a wide range of cultural events, concerts and gala balls, Vienna is the ideal city. For classical themes we can be part of the “Viennese Opera Ball” in November, while for modern music we can attend the Donauinselfest in June.

What to see

Among the main tourist attractions in Vienna we have: Austrian Parliament, built at the end of the XNUMXth century and with a classic style that makes it one of the most remarkable buildings in the city; Belvedere PalaceAlthough today it is a museum, this palace was in the past the residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy; Austrian National Library, considered one of the most historic libraries in the world, this building was built in the XNUMXth century by Emperor Charles VI and the San Carlos de Borromeo Church, built for having been a promise of Emperor Charles VI to the people of Vienna.

Other points of interest in Vienna that we must include in our itinerary are: Leopoldo Museum, Secession Building, Danube Park and Tower and the Vienna City Hall.

New Years Eve in Vienna

Although Vienna has several festivals and concerts organized to ring in the new year, if we are traveling through this city at that time of year, it is recommended to attend the New Year's Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic.

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