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Knock back Vienna’s best homegrown wines and explore the Vienna Woods.
The grass is greener in this villa paradise next to tourist magnet Schönbrunn Palace.
The triangle between Vienna State Opera, St. Stephen’s Cathedral and Schottentor covers the essentials for every first time visitor.
The discreet charm of the bourgeoisie dominates Josefstadt’s streets, shops and cafés, with exciting exceptions.
Leopoldstadt is Vienna’s former Jewish quarter, green lung and hip creative spot.
Vienna’s fifth district combines down-to-earth Vienna with relaxed urban vibes.
Shop, relax, and remember the War: Mariahilf is where younger locals have their weekend fun.
Neubau is your patch to join arties and cool urbanists at their favourite hangouts in town.
Old University Quarter
This central quarter is Vienna’s Medieval memory lane, expect small alleys and legendary sites.
Discover a fast moving quarter on its way from working class neighbourhood to immigrant sanctuary to hip suburb.
Discover the buttered side of quiet residential life on Sigmund Freud’s home turf.
Residential favourite Währing preserves its own way of life between café culture and walks in the park.
This quarter is paradise for Bohemian travellers and foodies.
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