Vienna

Since the heyday of Habsburg Empire the city is still flecked with opera houses, palaces, museums. Its architectural formalwear makes the city seem sterile, however, Vienna is known as one of the world’s most livable cities thanks to their omnipresent Viennese cafes, near-pristine lakes and rivers. Vienna is like a citadel of high art, classical music and fancy  chocolates but also gave the world the world a “Schnitzel”, a dish which is a veal cutlet flattened with a mallet, then fried in fine breadcrumbs.

Apart from the city canter, Schoenbrunn Palace or Belvedere you may visit the Kahlenberg hill, where the Austrian and Polish armies held back the Ottomans at the siege of Vienna in 1683. Alternately, you can enjoy the Prater amusement park and take in the view from the Ferris wheel which was made famous by The Third Man. Vienna is also wine. The Roman military settlement on the edge of the empire in the Danube Valley, Vindabona refers to white wine of the region. To supplement the then-subpar Austrian wine given to soldiers, the Romans began bringing grapes There are some 320 vintners around the Vienna Woods, as well as in the Grinzing area, which is under UNESCO consideration for its role in Vienna’s culture.

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