Music, Opera and more
Traditionally, Vienna has always been the centre of classical music and opera. The city has many orchestras, opera houses and concert halls. Famous venues are the recently renowned Musikverein, the main opera house, the Konzerthaus, and the Staatsoper. Enjoy yourself with a musical night out in this vibrant city.
Vienna has a lot to offer when it comes to the culinary area. Of course, the Wiener Schnitzel is a well-known favourite, but the Viennese cuisine has produced so much more. Stop by one of the 564 Kaffeehäuser for a lovely cup of coffee or try a typical Beef pie in a small restaurant on the corner of the street. All in all, there is more than enough to try and treat yourself with.
The Prater has traditionally been a hunting area, where the emperors chased the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Today you will find a fairground with all kinds of attractions like the Ferris wheel that dates back to 1897! Near Prater you will find some characteristic BnB’s from Bed and Breakfast Vienna.
The Spanish Driving School
The Spanish Riding School is the oldest still existing training institute for horses in the world. Its name comes from the fact that Spanish horses have traditionally been the main kind and in the past, there were many Spanish nobles part of the Habsburg court. The Spanish Driving School is known for its Lipizzaners; very strong horses that move elegantly during dressage exercises.
The Imperial Palace Schönbrunn is one of Vienna's most important sights. It is an immense structure, with no less than 1441 rooms. The palace was recently renovated in its original state. Another must-see are the beautiful gardens at Schloss Schönbrunn, in which Tiergarten, the oldest zoo in the world, is located. Find a cosy B&B close to the Schönbrunn on Bed and Breakfast Vienna.