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Waltz off on a city break to Vienna and prepare to be dazzled. The city is glamorous, cultured, elegant and deliciously decadent; coffee houses and chocolate cake were as good as invented here, after all.
Vienna owns 'The Kiss' and loves lovers. Any time's right for a romantic weekend in Vienna. Fall into each other's arms on Rathausplatz's frosty winter ice rinks, or stroll hand in hand down cherry blossom-strewn Hainburger Weg in spring. If you're there on New Year's Eve you could learn to waltz in front of St Stephen's Cathedral: lessons are free, just bring a partner and feet.
For more highbrow pursuits, head to Belvedere Palace and sigh in front of 'The Kiss', then lounge around languidly on the Museum Quarter's street art. After that you could go over your Vienna holiday plans at Café Landtmann - if you're lucky you might even manage to bag what was Freud's favourite table.
Vienna's great for any size of break The historic Innere Stadt could have been built with an eye on 21st-century Vienna city breaks. Compact to a fault, packed with big-ticket attractions and home to more legendary coffee houses, theatres and glossy shopping streets than really seems fair, this bite-size centre's a neat fit for short holidays.
With more than a weekend in Vienna to spare, seek out the city's coolest quarters. Hip Margareten is best for lavish Art-Deco design and the vast Naschmarkt flea market. Serious shoppers in Vienna will go for the heady mix of cute pop-ups and department store giants in Mariahilf. And, if you're on a budget, Donauinsel is the city island to cast away on for the price of a U-Bahn ticket.
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