Vienna is one of the world's great cities. Palaces, opera houses and museums contrast with cheerful coffee houses, irresistible cakes, fun shopping and prancing horses
The Austrian capital of Vienna has a lot more to offer the gourmet than schnitzel, sausage stands and strudel - and the homegrown wine is as stupendous as the sophisticated cuisine
“You must go to Vienna – it’s like Paris, but without the French!” So says the David Frost character in the film Frost/Nixon. But is he right?
by Lucy C
Take a walk around the streets of Vienna combining flamboyant architecture with modern art and lively cafés. You might even bump into Mozart!
Winter is the perfect time to relish coffee as it was meant to be enjoyed: in the grandeur of Vienna's legendary coffeehouses
Since the success of TV shows, like “Come Dancing” and “Dancing Stars”, across the world no-one can deny ballroom dancing is hip!
For centuries, small family-run firms have manufactured precious items for royal families, aristocrats and wealthy industrialists. This custom continues today, albeit on a smaller scale.
It is no exaggeration to call Vienna the music capital of the world.
Whether it's opera, operetta, concert or musical, there are venues offering something for everyone.
Cruising is the fastest growing travel sector, but if you fancy watching the world float by without the prospect of long-haul travel or days at sea a European river cruise is a great alternative
Vienna now has plenty of choice when it comes to going out for a good time at night. Listen to all kinds of music, live acts or just party and dance. This city is alive and you can feel the beat!