Are you currently planning your trip to Vienna and still have no idea which places to visit in Vienna? Maybe you have arrived at this blog after desperately googling for recommendations? Let me assure you that you have come to the right place !
In this article I am going to share my personal Top-10 Vienna sights with you, including information on how to get there and great tips for tours and visits. I was born and raised in Vienna and I have been living here for more than 30 years, which is why I am convinced that you will love my recommendations!
Vienna in spring is just amazing. Due some personal changes in my life, for the first time in years I am having the opportunity to witness all the blossoming and blooming in the city and, yeah I am enjoying it. Honestly, I could wander around for hours with my camera, just marvelling at the prospering trees and flowers while trying to capture their beauty in a photo.
Today I am going to give you a quick introduction to Vienna’s public transport system. Actually, Vienna’s is quite a small city compared to many other capitals of the world. The best way to move around is by foot, as it will give you the chance to marvel at the city’s spectacular buildings and its beautiful facades.
However, sometimes it’s more comfortable to use public transport, for example when visiting the Schönbrunn castle or the Prater amusement park, both sights that are situated outside the city center.
No doubt Vienna is a beautiful city: stunning architecture, well groomed parks, jaw-dropping facades and this very special imperial touch. In order to feel the city’s extraordinary atmosphere and get captivated by its beauty, I would always recommend visitors to walk around. The public transportation in Vienna is indeed very well serviced, reliable and punctual, still the best way to move around the city is on your own feet.
Vienna has many sides and offers a very broad range of interesting places and “must visits”. Of course I will try to go beyond the classic “Vienna Top-10” to be found in any random guide, but there are some parts of the city that just need to be presented on this blog, even if they are considered as a kind of “standard” tourist destination.