The 2010 Michelin Guide Main Cities of Europe is already out and many travelers are excited to know what cities and dining spots are included in the lists. Vienna, being a popular destination city in Europe, is not to be ignored.
Apart from beer, wine drinking is also a famous past time in Austria as well as in the capital of Vienna. The city’s wine industry is a major contributor to the economy and therefore, comes first than beer. In addition, fine wine from the city is now dubbed as one of the world’s classic wines.
Vienna is not only home to classical music, majestic historical structures, coffee and coffeehouses. Unknown to many, the capital of Austria also takes pride in its world class beer which you will get to know more here.
When it comes to food, Vienna offers an unforgettable gastronomic experience. Local residents and foreign tourists will not only enjoy traditional Viennese cuisine in this capital of Austria but will get to savor other international dishes as well. Here are some restaurants with unique international food offerings and ambience which you may want to try out for yourselves.