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- 98%Local Culture
- 97%Budget Travelers
- 96%Adventure Travelers
- 76%Art & Design Lovers
- 76%History Buffs
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- ViennaMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 6Nov 08, 2013
As I'm living here, it's rather easy, to rate my city. but even if a might be subjective, vienna is still one of the most beautiful cities I know. the whole city has an emperial flair and while walking the inner city you almost feel like living in another century. And don't just rely on sisi, as there's so much more to see.
- ViennaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 4Oct 29, 2013
Vienna doesn't get enough credit as a center of European culture. Mozart and Vienna called Vienna home and yet a young Hitler also brooded on its streets. The museums are naturally fascinating. Schonnbrunn is a second Versailles. Mariahilferstrasse is a modernist twist on traditional European fashion. More than anything I remember the food: wurstel or schnitzel followed by coffee and torte.
- ViennaOct 20, 2013
Vienna is a beautiful city - I almost want to call it gilded. I was there in November when everything was lit up for the holidays - Christmas markets and lights all over the streets and squares. It really added to the ambiance. I actually can't imagine the city without all of those adornments! I think Winter is a great time to visit, just to see how lovely the city looks for the season.
- ViennaMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersFoodies+ 3Sep 14, 2013
I was disappointed in Vienna! Was so expecting to love it and I just didn't. Mine is a personal preference though. Everything was just over the top, huge and seemed impersonal. Again that was my reaction to the city, that is not to say I wouldn't go back and see if maybe it was a fleeting thing.
- ViennaMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory Buffs+ 1Sep 14, 2013
The city's past as the home of the Imperial Hapsburg family and the resulting opulent buildings make this one of the most beautiful cities. It size makes it a walkers' paradise. Additionally, the long history of the city offers great cultural opportunities.
- ViennaMember ofStudentsBackpackersMar 29, 2013
Vienna is elegance and history married to each other - old-fashioned class mixed with a touch of modern edge. The city center is a step back in time, filled with museums, palaces, and the spearheads of political and religious power - while a heavy Habsburg legacy still permeates the atmosphere. Art, literature, and music dominate the rest: between Mozart and Art Nouveau, you'll get a healthy dose of that classic middle European culture. It's a lovely city to simply walk around and breathe in, but I personally feel 3 days is enough to experience it (2 if you're on a multi-destination itinerary).
- ViennaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Dec 20, 2012
Full of museums, music, and so walkable Vienna is a wonderful town to visit. I spent 48 hours in Vienna and had a great time. It's not far from the airport, so consider a 24-hour layover if you're flying through.