|When To Go||How Long To Go||Family Friendly?|
|April - October||3 - 6 Days||Yes|
Things Not To Miss:
- The Hofburg Palace is the former residence of Austrian Imperial Leaders, and is now the residence of the Austrian president. Being built in the 13th century, it has become an important landmark, and is now a popular tourist destination.
- The Schönbrunn Palace is the former summer residence of the Austrian Imperial Leaders. It is a 1,441 room Boroque Palace, and (along with its surrounding gardens) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
St. Stephen's Cathedral
- The St. Stephen's cathedral is an ancient church that was completed in 1160. Due to its age and size, it has become a recognizable symbol in Vienna, and is now the seat of the Archbishop of Vienna.
- The Naschmarkt is an outdoor market that is Vienna's most popular market. It is about 1.5 kilometers long, and is a great place to buy authentic Austrian food.
Vienna is the capital and largest city in Austria. It sits on the Danube River, a river that flows through central Europe. The city is best known for its Imperial structures. Additionally, it is known as the capital of music, because of its historical ties to classical musicians.