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As the former centre of the Habsburg Empire, Vienna offers dramatic baroque streetscapes, imperial palaces, grand monuments and architecture that will take your breath away. Its museums are filled with masterpieces of art. You can listen to the captivating music of the many composers from Vienna such as Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven and Brahms. Enjoy the coffee house culture, dine in elegant restaurants and wine bars and explore the numerous world-class museums the city has to offer.

Getting to and From the Vienna Airport

Vienna International Airport is located in Schwechat, 11 miles southeast of the city centre. As the largest airport in the country, it’s a hub for many airlines and is easily reached from numerous UK destinations. You won’t have to be concerned with stopovers, since many of the flights available are direct.

The Climate in Vienna

You’ll find that Vienna tends to be dry and chillier during the winter and sunny in the summer. You can experience a beautiful snowfall in Vienna in the colder months and soak up rays in the summer. Christmas in Vienna is popular thanks to the city’s many markets that offer handcrafted goods and seasonal treats. It’s also a fantastic destination choice to visit during the spring, autumn or early summer.

Shopping in Vienna

If you enjoy doing some shopping on your holiday, you can’t beat the offering at Designer Outlet Parndorf shopping centre. Numerous international visitors flock to this spacious outdoor mall. It has over 160 designer stores such as Adidas, Armani, Burberry, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Karl Lagerfeld, Michael Kors, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren and Prada. Located just 30 minutes from Vienna, there is a daily shuttle bus to Parndorf from the city to make your travel to and from simple and easy for you. Inspired by Austrian architecture this beautiful setting boasts several cafes and restaurants. With over 100 popular brands and prices from 30 to 70% off, it’s the perfect place to find what you need.

Sightseeing Opportunities in Vienna

With its rich history, there is no shortage of attractions you’ll want to see in Vienna. Over 150 palaces and 27 castles are just waiting to be explored. Below, you’ll find a list of some of the highlights.

  • Schönbrunn Palace. Open 365 days a year, you’ll be able to see this gem of a palace no matter when you visit Vienna. The origins date back to the Middle Ages, changing with time as each Habsburg monarch ruled.
  • Vienna State Opera. Considered to be one of the most important in the world, here you can see renowned productions at the Vienna State Opera. Their wide repertoire, including operas and ballets, offers something for everyone.
  • Museumsquartier. A mix of Baroque and Modern architecture make up this area of Vienna, home to art museums and other exhibition spaces. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes for you to stop and rest between visits.
  • Vienna Old Town. Strolling through Old Town is a terrific way to get a sense of Viennese history or culture and key landmarks. As a UNESCO world heritage site, the town centre is a can’t-miss visit.
  • The Spanish Riding School. You can attend performances and viewings at this traditional riding school. It features Lipizzan horses who showcase jaw-dropping equestrian skills at the Hofburg Palace.
  • Vienna Zoo. Also known as Tiergarten Schönbrunn, this one-of-a-kind zoo is located inside of the Schönbrunn Palace. It is a conservation centre for species and nature alike and features buildings preserved from the Baroque Period.
  • Additional Attractions. For more sightseeing ideas and an information on other interesting attractions visit the Vienna Tourist Board.
  • A Variety of Tours. Interested in booking a tour? Take a look at the many ways you can tour Vienna.

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