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A short break in the Austrian capital is a must for any curious traveller who enjoys art, culture, history, excellent food, cosy cafés, lively markets and buzzing bars. And the city’s top hotels will ensure a sound night’s sleep after a hard day’s sightseeing.
Also known as the City of Music thanks to a fine pedigree in composers and choirs, Vienna sits on the banks of the River Danube in the northeast corner of Austria, close to the borders with the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary. Be sure to tuck into a slice of Sachertorte (maybe even from the Hotel Sacher, where this chocolate cake was invented), before hopping into a horse-drawn carriage and seeing a show at the Spanish Riding School or one of the city’s numerous music venues. With flight times of around two hours from UK airports, it is an ideal destination for a weekend break.
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If you are only in the city for a short time, stay in hotels in Vienna city centre to make the most of your break. Many of the city’s attractions, both historic and modern, are located centrally and within easy reach of one another.
The districts here have numbers and the areas have names. But many a mind is easily boggled by the sheer choice, variety and locations of hotels in Vienna. Four of the best places to stay are Innerstadt, Leopoldstadt, Neubau, and Landstrasse, though public transport in Vienna is very efficient and good value, so you shouldn’t be put off booking hotels a little further out.
Innerstadt (district 1) is the most central area, and home to many historic sights. There’s a good mix of budget hotels and luxury hotels here, with plenty of restaurants and bars aimed at visitors.
Leopoldstadt (district 2) lies between the Danube Canal and the mighty river itself. There are plenty of parks and leafy avenues in this area, which has a pretty and elegant air.
Neubau (district 7) is on the other side of the city centre and is a melting pot of creativity and art, while Landstrasse (district 3), to the south east of the centre, is the place to be for a cultural weekend.
Any of the districts between 4 and 9 (from Wieden to Alsergrund) are also worth a look for cheaper hotel rates.
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Coffee, cake and people watching are just some of the simple pleasures on offer in Vienna; be sure to tick off some of the top attractions too…
Top five attractions
Spanish Riding School and Hofburg Imperial Palace
The imposing Hofburg Palace has housed some of the most powerful people in Austrian history. Today, it is home to the Austrian president, as well as numerous museums. It’s also the headquarters of the Spanish Riding School and their remarkable Lipizzaner stallions.
One of the most lavish buildings in Europe, the palace is now a major tourist attraction. The architecture and interior design of its 1,441 rooms make it one of the finest royal residencies in Europe. Classical music concerts are often held in the Orangery and Schlosstheater.
This remarkable district of Vienna is dedicated to culture. Get lost in the numerous museums and art galleries dotted around splendid bohemian-style cafés and restaurants.
Riesenrad Ferris Wheel
A giant Ferris Wheel stands guard at the gates of the Prater Amusement Park. It was built in 1897 and tourists queue to enjoy the views from its gondolas.
Haus der Musik
An innovative and educational museum with many interactive displays and exhibitions, you can learn a lot about music here.
Music and magic join forces to produce a spellbinding line-up of top annual events…
Donauinselfest; June: If you like pop music, you’ll love this. A whole weekend of concerts, held on various stages across the city, lend Vienna a Eurovision-style vibe. Best of all… it’s completely free.
Vienna Festival; May-June: For five weeks, Vienna welcomes visitors to this spectacular of music, theatre, dance, and everything in between. A free concert in front of City Hall kicks off the event.
Christmas Market; November/December: Nostalgia and romance fill the air and mingle with the sound of sleigh bells and carol singing as Vienna is transformed into a magical winter wonderland. The square in front of City Hall hosts a mass of stalls selling everything you could possibly need for a classic festive season.