Many of you already know that Vienna has a city card that can be used for public transportation and certain tourist attractions at the same time. It comes in various denominations and offers more than 210 discounts as well as free travel on the city's public transport system for 2 days or 3 days.
Early next year, a new Vienna Pass card will be launched. This will come in different variations that can be used for two, three or six days. The two-day pass will be sold at 69 Euros while the one good for six days will cost 99 Euros.
If you get to spend part of the Christmas season in Vienna, you should consider yourself lucky indeed. Christmas in Austria is a magical time. Of all the cities in Europe, Vienna has the most festive Advent and Christmas celebration imaginable.
Vienna may be usually associated with the opera, waltz and high-brow cultural entertainment, but the city also offers numerous fun activities for the whole family. If you are bringing your children for a holiday in Vienna, here are some recommendations to make the experience as pleasurable and at the same time educational for everyone: Museums for Children: Vienna has museums for children of all ages, and kids will find that exploring museums can be an enjoyable activity after all.
Vienna is an exciting city to be in. More so when it is New Year’s eve. As many people await the coming in of the New Year, plenty of festive events take place around the city you just need to pick which part you would like to be in.
The outdoors is the best place to be at when you’re in Vienna for the New Year’s eve. But then again, there are other great things you can do indoors. Find out here which activities suit you.