So you checked in at the hotel, cursed gently for forgetting the travel adapter and debated the morality of packing up the free shampoo on the first day. What to do now?
- What should I experience?
- What should I see?
- What should I do at Christmas?
- Where can I get the best city views?
- How can I see a concert?
Start here for a detailed guide to the city’s sights.
However, a capital city and top tourist destination can’t survive on nice buildings alone. So there’s no shortage of modern and classical entertainment to keep locals and visitors alike entertained.
Christmas & Easter
If you’re planning to visit Vienna in late November or December, you made a good choice. The city looks glorious in the snow (if we have any). Here’s an overview of advent activities, as well as detailed reviews of the Christmas markets.
Open-air markets are also a big theme during the Viennese Easter.
Local event listings will give you dozens of daily activities in the world of music, art, theatre and more. For a look at the more prominent events for visitors in the Viennese calendar, browse this monthly overview.
Stage and screen
Most visitors aren’t here for the sport, but you’ll find a couple of ideas here.