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Arvin Fiser
Our city is very beautiful. You should come and see it. We have many beautiful places, interesting buildings. Those are Belvedere, Austrian Postal Savings Bank, also you can see Hohe Warte Stadium which is a multi-purpose stadium in Vienna.
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Christy  Hunt
The more time I spend in Vienna, the more I fall in love with this magical city. I learnt things about Vienna nearly every day about it's culture,food, people.I liked that city very much. I want to visit it again.
Christy Hunt
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Fabia Pini
I think Austria’s capital city is one of the most stunning cities to live in, and there are many reasons for this: its rich culture, stunning architecture, the way of living, beautiful coffee houses, the capital city for classical music and etc.
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Armine Tovmasyan
When I was in Wien I liked their coffee. Viennese Coffee House Culture is world famous. If you go to Wien, you should go to The Gloriette. It is the largest (and therefore most well-known) gloriette worldwide and is a nice café where you can refuel your energy.
Armine Tovmasyan
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Tamar Saakadze
When we were in Wien we visited “Otto Wagner Church” designed by Otto Wagner, it’s considered one of the most important Art Nouveau churches in the world. It was so amazing. Our guide was so friendly. So we had a best time in Wien.
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Fun Facts
The Viennese are famous for their love of dogs and they take their four-legged friends just about everywhere. Dogs are welcome on public transportation and in many boutiques and restaurants.
Travel Information
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Transportation
Getting around the city will be easy, inexpensive, and free from unnecessary hustle. Vienna has a well-developed public transport network. Buses, trains, trams and underground lines will take you almost anywhere in the city in no time at all. A single ticket is valid for travelling one way in one zone. You may change to different lines in the course, but you may not interrupt your journey. Single tickets can be purchased at a price of EUR 2.20.
Weather/Best Time to Visit
Weather/Best Time to Visit
The busiest months are from April to May or September to October. December is also a busy month for Christmas celebrations. However, most of the tourists prefer visiting the city from April to May or September to October to avoid crowds. The warmest months are June to August. Another option for avoiding the crowded streets is September-October when the temperature is warm enough and hotel prices are not as high.
Tips before visiting
Tips before visiting
Tipping in Vienna is customary. In small country inns tips are not expected but very much appreciated. In the city you might not find WiFi spots very easily. There are plenty of cafés and restaurants with WiFi, but the public buildings are not always equipped with free internet access. Say “Güß Gott!” (Good day, pronounced grius got) when entering a restaurant, shop, bank, or when meeting people. Shaking hands is also customary when greeting people.
Electric
Electric: Type E (two-prong plug)
Language
Language: German
Currency
Currency: Euro