Vienna - The Traveller


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Friday, June 10, 2011


With its rich cultural and leisure opportunities, the Austrian capital of Vienna over the years into one of the most popular tourist cities of Europe developed. No wonder shines, the city that for centuries marked the border between East and West, but still in the glow of her glamorous past: St. Stephen's Cathedral, State Opera and the Imperial Palace, Ring Road, Albertina and Ferris wheel, the magnificent old town and the Karntner Strasse with its traditional businesses are examples of Vienna's attractions, which are so far from exhausted: So you can loll about on Dr. Freud's couch, the sample lying in the coffin Museum or the largest chocolate fountain Austria nibble (First Viennese Chocolate Museum). Among other things, in the Austrian capital is also a great outdoor fair.

Who would like to combine literary conversation with a coffee in one of the many coffee houses in good hands - but be careful! Using a latte / cappuccino / espresso, please! "To get in this city not far away: Instead, it is advisable to make a small or large black man, a Capuchin, a prolonged, a coffee or a bowl of gold.

In addition the Christmas markets in December and the famous Imperial Ball to provide a steady increase in visitor numbers: "We have had now four visitor record year in a row and this year we are well on track 'with confidence, announced Vice-Mayor. For 2010, aiming to be the magic mark of 10 million overnight stays. Here, the city in recent years, an original marketing strategy was developed: the farther away, the more advertised with traditional Viennese content - in the immediate area of Austria, Germany or Italy advertises it but with the new, "hip" Vienna: the nightlife for example, or the gay Vienna.

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