Published On: Sat, May 21st, 2016

11 Charms of Vienna




Vienna was once the part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and currently it is the capital of Austria. Vienna is well-known for its museums, areas and desserts.


The Danube River and its channel, the Donaukanal impale the metropolis. Vienna’s jovial environment and packed in size create it one of Europe’s much tourist-friendly metropolises.

Vienna’s trams

Trams are a vital fraction of Vienna’s outstanding public transportation system. Began in 1865, the metropolis is included in the largest tram networks on the globe. Next to stirring up the romance of the long-gone epoch, they are as well an inexpensive and suitable way to witness the metropolis.

Schonbrunn Palace

The Schönbrunn palace is an extensive multifaceted constructed by consecutive Habsburg monarchs. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Vienna’s most visited momentous edifice.

Schonbrunn Palace

The Baroque palace is bounded by well-designed, manicured lawns and the glob’s very old zoo.

Hofburg Palace

It was formerly the winter palace of the Austrian Habsburg family. The Hofburg Palace is a main cultural core which resides three museums, offices and a church.

Belvedere Palace

It is this 18th-century palace and included in the optimum instances of Baroque architecture. At first constructed for the military leader, Prince Eugene of Savoy, it is at the present residence to the Osterichische Galerie which shows Austrian art and travelling displays.

Opera House

Vienna has furthermore been included in the very significant hubs of Western classical music and the playing arts. This 19th-century opera residence creates stages more than 200 performances per annum and works nearly with the Vienna Philharmonic.

On board the world’s biggest cruise ship

The Prater

Vienna’s well-known enjoyment park has restaurants, rides, casinos, and games, but it is very eminent magnetism of the Riesenradis. This enormous 65-metre-high Ferris wheel has been a metropolis landmark as it was initially raised at the twist of the century in 1897.

Cafe Central

Vienna’s Kaffeehäuser (coffee dwellings) are as vital to the metropolis’s social life, as inns are to London and delis to New York City. Not simple usual restaurants, these have been hubs of a scholar and political debates more than the previous some centuries.

Vienna’s cafes

These coffee dwellings reveal a restful ambience that is full in more than an extensive afternoon of coffee and cakes.


About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.