Hello, vienna

Art and culture are embedded in the soul of Vienna: imperial splendour, world-class museums, opera and classical music heritage. Modernist legacy and a cosmopolitan flair add delicious contrast to the old-world charm. Walk down the parks and grand palace-lined Ringstrasse, experience the centuries-old cafe tradition and admire the astonishing architecture of a buzzing modern capital filled with history.


Restaurants to visit

Palmenhaus restaurant in Burggarten Vienna


Palmenhaus is where Vienna’s imperial charm meets the latest trends. The attractive Art Nouveau building offers good cuisine, great cocktails and has become an institution for locals and visitors alike.The terrace looks directly onto the Burggarten and tables there are in high demand when the weather is good. Inside the former greenhouse, guests dine in real style amongst exotic plants and relax over a good glass of wine or a fine cocktail.

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Schnitzel served with potato salad


Figlmüller is Vienna’s schnitzel mecca, serving their distinctive larger, thinner and crispier schnitzels since 1905. Nowadays is still a family-run business, with a new addition to the historical Wollzeile venue right behind St. Stephen's Cathedral: another restaurant now helps accommodate the great popularity of their traditional Viennese cuisine.

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beetroot and avocado sandwich

Motto am Fluss

Motto am Fluss is located right at the Danube Canal, in the extravagantly designed Wien-City mooring station. On offer is a modern cuisine with a focus on Austrian traditions and organic ingredients, set in an elegant environment fashioned in 1950s Venetian style.At the top floor you'll find a cafe with large sun deck that is really popular for breakfasts.

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Fine dining Vienna


Das LOFT is located at the 18th floor of the SO/Vienna Hotel building by Jean Nouvel. Here you can enjoy a breathtaking all-round view and sophisticated international cuisine prepared with fresh and carefully selected ingredients.

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food tasting tour

Food, Coffee & Market Walking Tour

The fastest way to taste coffee, strudels (whichever is in the season) and fresh foods from small eateries and markets while also learning about Vienna’s culinary history along the way — is to follow an experienced local. If you haven't made any local friends who would show you around just yet, book a tour with a professional.A guide will take you to historic coffee houses, pastry shops, and even a fancy hotel in Vienna’s city centre, help you navigate the Naschmarkt market and an open-air market in the bohemian district of Mariahilf. You'll be surprised how much you can do and see in just four hours!

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pizza at Pizzeria Mafiosi

Pizzeria Mafiosi

Pizzeria Mafiosi serves affordable, big, no-nonsense pizzas. It is the go-to place for local students and everyone who wants to enjoy a fresh, steaming hot slice of Italian goodness in a down-home atmosphere. Grab a table on the terrace when the weather is good.

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