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Day Trip To Vienna From Budapest: Tours And Transfers

Day trip to Vienna from Budapest: Neue Burg

Are you planning a day trip to Vienna from Budapest? From time to time users ask me whether the journey is doable. Not only is Wien overwhelming in terms of attractions but also located at 250 km distance. My answer is yes, do it, by train, by car but not by boat (too long). Since you will want to get the most out ...

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12 Best Vienna Coffeehouses: My Favourite Cafes In My Hometown Wien

Best Vienna Coffeehouses: Cafe Frauenhuber

I’m sharing my list of the best Vienna coffeehouses in my hometown. As we are blessed with hundreds of cafés this coffee house guide will take the stress out of a blissful experience. While each Kaffeehaus below has its own style and offer they share an original atmosphere and great quality food and drink.  For ease of use you can download this guide as a neat pdf together ...

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Vienna Austria Things To Do: Free Guides And Itineraries. Romantics, Seniors, Kids, Honeymoon, Jewish, Halal

Vienna Austria things to do: coffeehouse debate

There are honestly 500 different ‘Vienna Austria things to do’ I could dish up for you straight away. But you won’t be interested in all of them and you won’t have the time to do them all. Instead, let me share a few special guides to hone down your trip planning: Find the best selection of 24 hours in Vienna itineraries, ...

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Honeymoon In Vienna – Top 11 Things To Do And Best Romantic Hotels

Honeymoon in Vienna: butler at Hotel Imperial

Planning a honeymoon in Vienna Austria you organise an event with a ready set stage. The surroundings are so romantic you just have to fill in yourselves. Here is a guide of the most amazing honeymoon experiences and romantic hotels in Vienna to kick start your planning. 11 Best Honeymoon Things To Do  Visit A Ball And Take A Waltz Dance Lesson If you ...

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Vienna Danube Guide: Wiener Donau, Alte Donau and Donaukanal Highlights

Boat Trips: Vienna Danube seen from Donauturm

You have just discovered the first extensive insider guide to the Vienna Danube. I’m going to share what the Donau in Wien looks like, the best places to explore and enjoy yourself and where you’ll likely arrive by cruise ship. Danube River In Vienna Approximately 23 km of the Donau flow through Vienna. The Danube river in Vienna as of today didn’t always look like ...

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Burgenland Wine Tour Review: Wine Tasting Near Vienna

Burgenland wine tour: wine colour display

Burgenland Wine Tour. You have probably tasted the wines of this boutique Burgenland winery if you buy Austrian wine at home. The wine estate is located in the south east of Vienna and still a secret on the tourist front. There, an innovative vintner from a traditional family estate has created a sensory wine world that offers a fun wine experience with wine ...

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What Is Vienna Known For: 20+ Highlights That Make Vienna Famous

What is Vienna known for: Hofburg Palace

What is Vienna known for? To get a feel for Austria’s capital explore where it stands out from the rest of the world. You can use the things I am listing below to build your own profile of the city, and as key markers for your trip planning. City Of Music What is Vienna Known For? Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Vienna waltz king Johann ...

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Austria’s Capital: Useful Facts And Must Knows

Austria Capital: Vienna view from Schonbrunn

Austria Capital. I’m going to present you with facts and perspectives that will equip you with an inside view of Wien, my home city. At the end of this post you will have an exact idea where Wien is in Europe, about the Vienna population, Vienna’s history and districts and what Wien is famous for, its current city government and how best to visit ...

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Vienna Secret Classical Music Treat: Mozart Off-Path

Vienna Secret Classical Music Treat at Church St. Peter

Vienna secret classical music treat. Classics echo from every corner in Vienna. But how do you know your chosen performance pays off? The choice would be easy if the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra gave daily concerts for non-subscribers at EUR 50 a ticket. But then I wouldn’t have been where I was and would never have discovered what I did. The Venue Vienna ...

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Burgenland: Neusiedlersee, Wine And Esterhazy Palace

Burgenland: Vineyards and Neusiedlersee

As I write, Burgenland is still an insider tip for travellers. For us Viennese, the historic Land of Castles represents a Southern escape: We use Austria’s warmest region as a wellness and culture retreat thanks to lots of sunshine, vineyards, a rolling landscape, spas and vast Neusiedlersee. Most of us don’t ponder about the region’s ancient Celtic wine culture when we roam local wine ...

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