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Flights From Milan to Vienna

Vienna

Vienna
Fly with Austrian Airlines to the city where Mozart, Beethoven and the Strauss dynasty created their music: Vienna, our beautiful home. Follow the steps of the mighty Habsburg dynasty through the centuries of being Kings and Emperors and visit Hofburg Palace and Schönbrunn Palace. Find out about the powerful Empress Maria Theresia and the famous Empress Elisabeth, called Sissi by all the world. You will find art and architecture to admire on nearly every corner. Take a ride around the city in the black horse coaches, called “Fiaker”, and see architecture from gothic like the great Stephansdom to baroque in the Belvedere Palace to Art Nouveau on the Central Cemetery. Visit the macabre Funeral Museum, showing the strange Viennese attitude towards death, including a streetcar only for coffins. On the cemetery itself are the graves of Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms and Johann Strauss. Hear a concert of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and see an opera in the Wiener Staatsoper, a definite highlight for fans of classical music. Find out about the Viennese cuisine, the only cuisine in the world to be named after a city. Influences from the vast Empire came together to create a unique style that is heavy on meat and sweets. Wiener Schitzel, Tafelspitz or Backhendl will give you the energy for a night of waltzing, desserts like Sachertorte, Strudel or Kaiserschmarren will leave you with a happy smile. Enjoy Vienna, home of Austrian Airlines!

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Where to shop in Vienna

Where to shop in Vienna
Mano Design
If you love tableware you won't just spend one but many hours here. Designer Hedwig Rotter designs and produces dishes and accessories and manages to make each and every one of them something special. The shapes and colour combinations are unusual, the motifs creative and funny.   By the way, some of the fine things that you find here can even pass for souvenirs from Austria: At the latest when you see a deer or a couple dressed in traditional costumes on the porcelain. In the Mano Design every piece is done by hand, and the great thing is that you can watch the master at her work in the adjoining studio.
Disaster Clothing
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Where to eat in Vienna

Where to eat in Vienna
Pizza Mari'
It is rumoured that not even in Italy you can get a pizza so wonderful like the one that comes out of the oven at Maria's Pizzeria. Up until 8 p.m. the eatery belongs to the children, who watch intently what the pizza baker is doing. Starting at 9 p.m. the adults take over, and only those with reservations. The young owner has lived in Naples. Upon her return she just imported a piece of Italy to Vienna, in a literal sense: The flour and tomato sauce come directly from bella Italia, the rest from local farmers. For dessert there's Panna Cotta in all variations imaginable as well as bitter espresso. The furnishing? Just as straightforward as the menu, and that is simply perfect.
Das Palmenhaus
Figlmüller

What to see in Vienna

What to see in Vienna
City Marathon
The Viennese aren't exactly famous for being fast and lively. Yet once a year half of Vienna is on its feet, in order to show that cosiness toughens you up.   The Vienna City Marathon is the greatest running event in Austria and has been taking place since 1984 and on April 14th, 2013 it's time again! The course is particularly beautiful: There is a relatively relaxed start at the Wagramer Straße, from there the runners cross the city centre, along the Mariahilferstraße and finally on the ring road to the Heldenplatz (Heroes' Square).   In case you are in a really good shape, you may admire the most beautiful corners of the city before becoming a hero. The spectators are almost as committed as the runners and contribute greatly to the event. Breathe deeply and run!
Zentralfriedhof
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Where to stay in Vienna

Where to stay in Vienna
Wombats: The Base
It doesn't get cheaper than this. Nevertheless, the Wombats was recently voted the cleanest hotel in the world. Those two characteristics make it the perfect place for people who don't intend to spend much time in their hotel anyway.   The Base has had its base in the 15th district since 1999. Since its concept has been so successful, The Lounge followed in the Mariahilferstraße. In 2011, The Naschmarkt will be opened. The flair is typical of a well-kept, no-frills hostel: Friendly staff, sociable guests, simple rooms.   Absolute highlight is the beautiful sun terrace. And if you can't stand a stranger snoring next to you, you don't have to. In the Wombats you can rent a double, where you don't even have to share the bath and toilet with your new friends. Doubles start at 50 euros, and a night in the dormitory at 12 euros.
Hotel Rathaus
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