A walk through Vienna is like a journey back in time to the imperial past – no wonder that the historic city center has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Vienna has over 27 castles and more than 163 palaces. At every corner you can discover valuable cultural assets or dream of the good old imperial era in a coffee house.
Life in Vienna is amazing. What the Viennese have known for a long time has been officially confirmed several times: The Mercer Study 2019 named Vienna number one in the ranking of cities worth living in for the tenth time in a row.
The diverse city offers a diverse selection and different halal restaurants and effects. Not to be forgotten is the Brunnenmarkt in the 16th district, which has a wide range of oriental products and Halal food.
A walk through the trendy Viennese shopping district shows some insider tips. Shopping in Vienna is a very varied pleasure. Because in addition to traditional department stores and large shopping streets, there are also a large number of small shops and boutiques that can easily compete with international competition.
All major brands and their flagship stores can be found on Mariahilfer Street.
However, if you’d rather shop for things you can’t get at home, take the many side streets that have dozens of small boutiques and hairdressers. Let yourself go and enjoy the trendy 7th district.
The inner city of Vienna is a little more elegant and classic. All well-known designers can be found in Kohlmark, Graben, Kärntnerstraße and in the “Golden Quarter”. From Gucci to Ferragamo and Hermes to Cartier, Versace and Armani.
Enjoy your vacation as a family with your little ones or privately with your loved one.
We have tried to put together a small variation of the attractions of Vienna for you:
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