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The magnificent city of Vienna combines the rhythm of the old world with cultural, historical and natural landmarks, and the pulse of the present, with contemporary art exhibitions, night-life and entertainment for all tastes. Marvel at UNESCO World Heritage sites, such as the Viennese Old City Centre and the Schönbrunn Palace; view the city from the famous Ferris Wheel at the Prater or from the Donauturm; enjoy art – from classic to contemporary - at the Belvedere, the Albertina, the Kunsthistorisches Museum and countless other museums, attractions and parks.

Formerly the capital of the Habsburgs, Vienna has been rebuilt after World War II to reflect its former glory, and at the same time, reinvented itself as a modern city, a global cultural centre and as the capital of Austria. This "old new city" also features works by the late Friedensreich Hundertwasser, one of the world’s most innovative architectural artists.

The University of Vienna, the oldest university in the German-speaking world, is located right at the centre of town. Vienna is home to several other academic and research institutes, as well as a centre for numerous international organisations and companies.

And finally, no visit to Vienna would be complete without a taste of one of the world’s best cuisines. Don’t forget to sit down at a classic café, and inhale this city’s atmosphere. Keep the sweet taste of the Strudel and the Sachertorte for your next visit at Leonardo Hotels Vienna.

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Cuisine in Vienna


The Viennese Cuisine is famous worldwide for its delicacies, and especially for the pastries and cakes, which is part of the Viennese café culture. The Viennese cuisine has always been influenced by Austria’s rich agricultural landscape, and by Vienna’s location as a bridge between East and West – and all, with typical Viennese "Gemütlichkeit". The famous Wiener Schnitzel (breaded veal, usually served with potato salad) is influenced by similar Milanese dishes, adapted to the region and the lifestyle of the Viennese. Wine lovers would enjoy ...More info

Vienna Airport


The Vienna International Airport (Flughafen Wien) is located just southeast of the city of Vienna, and is the largest airport in Austria and home to Austrian Airline and its subsidiaries. Except for flights from and to Vienna, it can serve for a stop-over for several days in the beautiful city between other destinations. Thanks to Vienna’s excellent infrastructure, it is easy to travel in the city from Leonardo Hotels Vienna or from the airport.

Entertainment in Vienna


The Stadthalle Wien is Austria’s largest indoor arena for concerts, sports event and large conferences, with more than 16000 seats. The Messe Wien is a fair centre right at Vienna’s city centre, near the Prater – exhibition space is 70.000 m² and several major fairs take place there every year. Leonardo Hotels Vienna can offer full service to conference and fair visitors, including special deals.

Sports and Vienna


Sports fans could visit Ernst Happel Stadium, where Austria’s National Football (soccer) Team plays, as well as international matches by Vienna’s Rapid Wien and Austria Wien, both playing in Austria’s premier league. Besides football, many other types of sports ... More info

Sightseeing in Vienna 

Schönbrunn Palace & Park


The Schönbrunn Palace was one of the palaces of the Habsburg emperors of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and before that – of the Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. First built in the 16th century by Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II (and developed by successive emperors), the palace is considered today to be a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Vienna’s prime tourist destinations. ... More info

Prater


The Prater is stretching on a long green lung in Leopoldstadt and features one of Vienna’s most famous landmarks – the Ferris Wheel (Wiener Riesenrad) at the entrance to the park, which also offers a panorama of the city, when your gondola reaches the top. The entrance to the park and the amusement park is free, visitors pay for each attraction separately.

St. Stephen's Cathedral


The St. Stephen's Cathedral (Stephansdom) is the seat of the Archbishop of Vienna. Several important events happened in the Gothic and Romanesque church, initially built in the 12th century, including Mozart’s wedding and funeral. Vienna features many other sacral sites that are worth a visit: the St. Charles's Church (Karlskirche), which offers a magnificent view of the ...     More info

Museums in Vienna


Vienna features many museums, dedicated to art, crafts, natural history and general history. The Belvedere Palace, converted into an arts museum, features numerous collections, with works ranging from the Middle Ages to contemporary art. The Belvedere features, among other exhibitions, the largest collection of Gustav Klimt works in the world. Among the other important museums are the Albertina, with its vast collection of fine art from Monet ...     More info

Classical Music and Vienna


The birthplace of Waltz, Vienna is a delight to music lovers. Several important composers have lived or worked in Vienna, including Mozart, Schubert, Strauss, Mahler and Schoenberg. Vienna offers concerts and gigs for all tastes – Classical and Punk, Jazz and Pop, Electronic and World Music. The Vienna State Opera and the Vienna Philharmonic are known worldwide ...     More info

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