Do you already know the city of musicians?
Now Vienna is even closer to the Alentejo, Algarve and Southern Spain.
Vienna is an important center of classical music often mentioned as the City of Musicians, birthplace of several artists, among them Franz Schubert, Strauss, Beethoven and Haydn who left their mark on it. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the best on the planet, the State Opera (“Staatsoper”) belongs to one of the most important in the world and the choir of Vienna’s Singing Children, the “Wiener Sängerknaben”, impresses all those who are music lovers!
The mixture of the traditional cafes and the “Heuriger” (typical Austrian taverns), along with the trendy restaurants, shops and famous international events invite the visitors in a unique feeling of a contemplative and active environment.
In addition, Vienna also has in its outskirts countless green areas and spaces to enjoy and rest like the “Wienerwald”, “Praterauen” or Danube (“Donauinsel”).
It should be underlined that it’s currently considered the third best European capital regarding standard of living, and one of the richest cities in the world, attracting more than 12 million tourists per year.