Now Vienna is even closer to the Alentejo, Algarve and Huelva, with flights twice a week.
Most of the touristic attractions are in the city downtown and can be discovered on foot. After strolling around the city you can choose to eat a “Schnitzel” in a typical restaurant or go to the “Naschmarkt”, the famous market in the city where you will find both food tents and trendy restaurants. If you do not resist to sweeter issues, try a typical Viennese cafe in the “Alt-Wiener Kaffehaus” cafe.
At night Vienna gains a new life! Feel the experience of a vibrant night life in the various bars located in the seventh and eighth districts. Vienna’s nightlife is very diverse and Viennese people like to make their city known, but if for some reason you feel lost you will go to the Travel Shack (near the “Westbahnof”) which is usually frequented by students. This is the ideal place for a starting point to have a drink, and choose the best places to go. Vienna also has a wide variety of activities to do: in winter, there’s skate on ice in front of the Town Hall and in summer do not miss diving in the “Alte Donau” in “Donauinsel”.