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-2 - 3°C
28 - 37°F
7.0 km/h wind
Early clouds will clear to leave the region with a dry and sunny day.
5 - 9°C
41 - 48°F
Dry and partly sunny throughout the day, with cloudy periods from time to time.
5 - 11°C
41 - 51°F
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More than 2,100 valuable objects, which were collected by the emperors and archdukes of Habsburg over centuries, are on display in the Kunstkammer …
The Christmas atmosphere in Vienna is replete with the sound of festive Advent concerts, cheerful choral singing, captivating Gospel evenings and the …
Vienna has its own very special note. And not just when it comes to music. When it comes to shopping, too, you’ll find much that is refreshingly …
At the change of year, the whole of Vienna is given over to partying and dancing. The New Year’s Eve Trail in the Old City is the …
Vienna will mobilize you in the winter too. Both in the heart of the city and in the idyllic suburbs, Vienna entices you with plenty of opportunities for …
More information, less frustration. This is the motto for these guidelines for our visitors with special needs.
“Fine dining from sunup to sundown” right next to Vienna’s Giant Ferris Wheel. Where those in the know go to enjoy exquisite Austrian cuisine. An ambassador for Austria’s culinary heritage since 2014.
The culinary opportunities of the Vienna Prater are as varied as its many opportunities for entertainment. They range from a simple Kaiser roll with sausage at the snack …
Refresh your spirit, enjoy culinary delights and bask in the sun: Vienna offers plenty of options for a successful picnic!
In the districts around the Old City, delicious Viennese cooking is usually the domain of the quaint and cozy “beisel”.