Travel to Vienna, the Music City

Vienna is a walkable city with a number of its main tourist attractions situated in  the city center. The glories of the past are particularly evergreen when it comes to the arts. Vienna has been synonymous of music history for centuries, and was home to world class musicians such as Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert Gustav Klimt, and Johann Strauss —nourished in Vienna. 
Vienna,(German: Wien, Austro-Bavarian: Wean) is the capital of the Republic of Austria. It is the largest city in Austria, as well as its cultural, economic, and the place for political center. Vienna, also described as Europe's cultural capital, is a metropolis with unique charm, vibrancy and flair. There’s also an extensive public transportation system including buses, trams, and five subway lines, plus an alternative system of night buses. As the former home of the Habsburg court and its various empires, the city still has the trappings of the imperial capital it once was, and the historic city center is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. 
It’s also a place where sushi and Austro-Asian fusion restaurants stand alongside the traditional Beisl. One of the great capitals of Europe, Vienna was for centuries the main stomping grounds for the Habsburg rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. When Franz Josef ruled over 70 years ago with two million inhabitants, Vienna was one of the world's most important cities. It boasts outstanding infrastructure, is clean and safe, and has all the inspiration that you could wish for in order to discover this wonderful part of Europe. 
Vienna has a good public transport system, which includes rail, commuter rail, underground, trams (trolleys), and buses. Vienna is also one of Europe’s most dynamic urban spaces. A new subway, minibuses and fast commuter trains have joined the old red trolleycars in an integrated transit system of remarkable efficiency. The empire is long gone, but many reminders of the city's imperial heyday remain, carefully preserved by the tradition-loving Viennese. The collecting passion of art-loving rulers and monarchs has made Vienna a treasure house par excellence. The Museum of Fine Arts, for instance, is one of the world's largest and most distinguished museums, housing priceless works of art. 
One thing you should not miss when you visit Vienna during the carnival season is to attend one of the many glamorous balls in the city, some of them in wonderful elegant locations like the Vienna Hofburg or the City Hall (Rathaus. The oldest part of the city extends between St. Stephan's and the Danube Canal. The narrow streets of the former Jewish ghetto lead from Hoher Markt to Vienna's oldest church, St. Ruprecht's, dating from the 11th century. 
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