Vienna Vibes

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Vienna, Austria. A beautiful beautiful city!

Unfortunately, I only explored this city for about one full day, but I will still offer tips on what to do, even if I didn’t do them!

Where to stay? Vienna is a pretty big city and there are tons of cool neighborhoods surrounding it. The main attractions are near Stephansplatz, the main square…It’s a good idea to try and find a place close to there. Otherwise, there is a great subway that’ll get you into the main part of the city if stay outside it.

What I did there:

  • St. Stephen’s Cathedral – In the heart of Stephansplatz, lies this gorgeous Roman Catholic Church. There are plenty of places to eat and shop around the main square.
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Stephen’s Cathedral
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Stephen’s Cathedral
  • Schonbrunn Schloss – A massive gorgeous palace surrounded by gardens. I did not get the chance to go inside, but I highly recommend that you do. This castle is a short train ride out of the city.
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Schonbrunn Schloss
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Schonbrunn Schloss
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Schronbrunn Schloss
  • Wine! There are tons of wineries in Vienna. You have to explore them! There are multiple tours you can take to see the different wineries…but we decided to tour them ourselves.
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Mayer Am Pfarrplatz Winery
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Mayer Am Pfarrplatz Winery

Other wineries we checked out (they are near each other):

  • Weingut Wein Cobenzl
  • Schlumberger AG
  • Landhaus Mayer
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Landhaus Mayer
  • Walk around and stumble upon gems. There is some cool street art/graffiti to see around the city. Sometimes you should ditch the agenda, explore, and see what you find.
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Vienna Graffiti

What I didn’t do there that you should:

There are so many more museums, palaces, art galleries, and parks to see that I did not mention.

Do you research – there is so much to see here! Taylor your trip to your interests.

Thanks for reading and enjoy Vienna!

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  1. The Schloss palace is huge. Nice vibrant photos too.

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