Vienna (Wein), the Most Livable City in the World

Vienna (Wein), the Most Livable City in the World

Named the most livable city in the world for 2 years running, Vienna is also an super place to visit.

Living up to ‘nicknames’ like the City of Music (Mozart and Beethoven) and the City of Dreams (Freud) is no easy task, but Austria’s awe-inspiring capital pulls it off.

You can feel its grand history as you walk down the streets, but Vienna is not stuck in the past, and as it continues to define what a modern city should be, it only becomes an essential stop on any tour of Europe.

Like most major cities on the Continent, Vienna warms up as tourists arrive in the Summer. Get ahead of the crowds by visiting in late Spring, when hotels have not raised their rates as high and the city is especially beautiful. Rain is not much of an issue, but layer up if you get cold easily.

Enjoy your travels…

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