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Explore the wonderful shops, cafes and restaurants by day; attend a performance of the Vienna Philharmonic at the Musikverein by night. Accommodations in this highly cultured city range from opulent historic hotels to smaller, yet elegant, pensions.

Tour ViennaVienna (Rough Guide Travel Guides S.) Tour Vienna. The Rough Guide to Vienna is the ultimate guide to Austria's dazzling capital city. This new edition includes a full-colour section showcasing Vienna's highlights, from the magnificent gothic cathedral to the monumental imperial boulevards of the Ringstrasse. The following chapters give evocative accounts of all the sights, from the Hapsburg palaces to the cutting-edge galleries of the new Museums Quartier. For every district there are up-to-the-minute reviews of the city's best hotels, restaurants, bars and classic coffeehouses. Beyond the city, the guide gives lively accounts of day-trips to the spa town of Baden, the monastery at Klosterneuberg and elsewhere. Maps and plans accompany every chapter and the contexts section gives an informed commentary on Vienna's history, musical heritage and contemporary culture.

Vienna is a cultural haven, with a district full of art museums, a dance center and a children's museum and theater. Music lovers can attend Vienna State Opera concerts and view the homes of composers like Mozart and Haydn. At the Hofburg Palace, home to museums, the Austrian President's office, the Vienna Boys Choir and the Spanish Riding School, visitors can watch the famous Lipizzan stallions perform. Architectural landmarks such as the gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral shouldn't be missed..

Vienna Pocket GuideBerlitz Vienna Pocket Guide (Berlitz Pocket Guides S.) Tour Vienna. Vienna Pocket Guide covers all the major sights, area by area, in an easily navigable format. Descriptions of tourist attractions include the Hofburg, Belvedere and Schonbrunn palaces, St Stephen's Cathedral and Vienna's major museums. The guide also contains background historical information, advice on shopping, music and entertainment, and the low-down on eating out. There is an A-Z of practical information, listings of recommended hotels and restaurants and useful expressions in German. The book also contains special features on topics ranging from the waltz to Klimt and Schiele. Excursions outside the city are also described including the Danube Valley and Wienerwald. Maps show Central Vienna and excursions, and there are dozens of colour photographs throughout.

Vienna Time Out Guide"Time Out" Vienna Tour Vienna. Despite being a magnet for nostalgia trippers and Habsburg fiends, there's much more than chocolate cake and waltzes lurking behind the porticoes of Vienna's grandiloquent Baroque palaces and in the mezzanines of its elegant nineteenth century apartment buildings. In particular, Vienna's vibrant art scene was given a contemporary jolt with the arrival of the MuseumsQuartier arts complex, and further enriched by the renovation of the world famous Albertina graphic art gallery and the reopening of the Palais Liechtenstein in 2004. With a quarter of a million fewer inhabitants than at the turn of the 20th century, the city is currently a spacious, fluid, multicultural arena whose enviable standard of living is bolstered by local commitment to investing in public transport, leisure and cultural activities and hi-tech industry. With the celebration of the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth in 2006, Vienna marshalls one of its most enduring icons to consolidate its status as the capital of classical music, while inviting maverick theatre director Peter Sellars to give a contemporary spin to the concepts underlying the composer's work. This edition contains features on Vienna's signature fin-de-siecle architectural marvels and the Danube waterfront's current flirtation with the skyscraper. It is the best English language coverage of the city's feisty restaurant scene, chilled club culture, historic cafes and bucolic wine taverns.

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