Discover Vienna with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Vienna, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Vienna: Your comprehensive guide

Welcome to a city that's practically a living museum! From its imperial history to world-class music scenes, you're stepping into a cultural goldmine. Wander through stunning palaces, take in the grandeur of historic cathedrals, and don't forget to snap a selfie at the iconic Schönbrunn Palace. As you explore, make sure to treat yourself to a slice of Sachertorte or a Wiener Schnitzel to truly taste the local flavors. Your unforgettable journey starts here!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

Vienna, the Austrian capital, is renowned for its culinary delights. One of the most notable dishes you must try is Wiener Schnitzel, a breaded and fried veal cutlet, traditionally served with lemon and parsley, and sometimes accompanied by potato salad. Also highly recommended is Tafelspitz, a flavorful boiled beef dish served with roasted potatoes, spinach, and horseradish sauce, it is a meal steeped in rich, comforting flavors.

Another culinary gem is Beuschel, a ragout made with veal lungs and heart, seasoned with a sour cream sauce, usually served with bread dumplings. This dish offers a unique taste and is a must-try for the adventurous foodie.

For dessert, indulge in the legendary Sachertorte, a delicious chocolate cake layered with apricot jam and coated in a smooth chocolate glaze. It is often enjoyed with a dollop of whipped cream. Another sweet delight is Apfelstrudel, a pastry filled with tart cooking apples, sugar, cinnamon, raisins, and breadcrumbs. It’s a comforting, flavorful dessert best enjoyed warm.

Don't forget to experience Kaiserschmarrn, a shredded, fluffy pancake often containing raisins and served with plum or apple compote. This is a versatile dish that can be enjoyed as a main course or a dessert.

To wash down these delectable dishes, try some local beverages. Viennese coffee is renowned worldwide, and a visit to a traditional coffee house is a must. Here, you can experience coffee varieties like Melange, similar to a cappuccino, and Einspänner, a strong black coffee topped with whipped cream. For those preferring alcoholic beverages, Vienna offers a wide range of local wines, with Gruner Veltliner being the most prominent white wine, and Zweigelt for red wine lovers. Don’t forget to explore Vienna’s local beer, with popular options including Märzenbier and Zwicklbier.

Lastly, enjoy the creamy Viennese Eiskaffee, a cold coffee beverage with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream, typically garnished with chocolate shavings, a delightful treat during the warmer months.

Remember, at each spot on the audio guide, we will provide you with the nearest recommended restaurants according to Google’s users' opinions to ensure you get the best local culinary experiences.

Transportation and getting around the city

Kicking off with your journey from the airport to the city, you’ll find the City Airport Train (CAT) pretty swift and convenient. It will whisk you to the city center in like, 16 minutes, and it's easy to navigate. However, if you’re more of a budget-savvy traveler, the S-Bahn is another train option which is a bit slower but will save you a few euros.

Once you land in the heart of Vienna, you’ll see that the city’s public transport is super efficient. The trams, buses, and U-Bahn (subway) are all interconnected. Grabbing a Vienna Card can be a wise move. It offers unlimited travel by all means of public transport and some discounts to city attractions. You can pick it up at most U-Bahn stations, hotels, and even online before you get there.

Now, if you're someone who fancies a more private mode of transport, taxis are everywhere, but keep in mind, they can be a tad expensive compared to public transport. And oh, there’s Uber as well, but prices are pretty much at par with regular taxis.

Speaking of walking, Vienna is absolutely a walkable city. The inner city, or Innere Stadt, is your go-to. It’s packed with coffee houses, museums, and architectural gems like St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Wander around, and you'll stumble upon a lot of hidden treasures.

When you feel like hopping on and off at different spots, the hop-on hop-off bus is your buddy. There are multiple lines covering a vast range of attractions. You can grab tickets online or directly from the bus; they have options ranging from one to three-day passes.

Don’t forget to catch a ride on the iconic Giant Ferris Wheel at Prater Park, it’s not just transport, it's an experience! And while you’re out and about, remember that renting a city bike can be a breezy and eco-friendly way to explore.

Lastly, when the evening hits and you’re contemplating your journey back to the airport, you’ve got all the options: the CAT, the S-Bahn, taxis, or even an airport bus if you fancy. Just check the schedules and pick what suits your vibe. Enjoy your Vienna exploration!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Schönbrunn Palace . St. Stephen's Cathedral . Vienna Operahouse .

3d : Schönbrunn Palace . St. Stephen's Cathedral . The Hofburg . Belvedere Palace . Vienna Operahouse . Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien . MuseumsQuartier . Museum of Natural History .

5d : Schönbrunn Palace . St. Stephen's Cathedral . The Hofburg . Belvedere Palace . Vienna Operahouse . Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien . Prater . Naschmarkt . MuseumsQuartier . Museum of Natural History . Graben . Volksgarten . Haus der Musik .

All : Schönbrunn Palace . St. Stephen's Cathedral . The Hofburg . Belvedere Palace . Vienna Operahouse . Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien . Albertina Museum . Prater . Naschmarkt . Karlskirche . MuseumsQuartier . Hundertwasser House . Rathaus . Austrian Gallery Belvedere . Schönbrunn Zoo . Viennese Giant Ferris Wheel . Museum of Natural History . Austrian National Library . Leopold Museum . mumok - Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien . Museum of Applied Arts (MAK) . Austrian Parliament Building . Kunst Haus Wien. Museum Hundertwasser . Graben . St. Peter's Catholic Church . Danube Tower . Stadtpark . Vienna Music Society . Volksgarten . Haus der Musik . Imperial Treasury Vienna . Burggarten . Wien Museum Mozart apartment . Haus des Meeres . Central Cemetery . Technical Museum Vienna . Stephansplatz . Sisi Museum . Votivkirche . Jewish Museum of the City of Vienna . Museum of Military History . Capuchin's Crypt . Historisches Zentrum . Mariahilfer Straße . Maria-Theresien-Platz . Donaukanal . Rathausplatz . Column of Pest . Augarten . Karlsplatz . Time Travel . Michaelerplatz . Heldenplatz . Mozart Monument . Kohlmarkt . Madame Tussauds Vienna . Jesuit Church .

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