Happy Easter Holiday folks, it’s time to continue our trip in Vienna!
Since we stopped at the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vienna last time, let’s start from there. This time, we will go further for things to do and try some famous dishes in Vienna!
Something different to do
So, are there any horse riding fans here? Don’t forget to pay the Spanish Riding School a visit, they have guided tour everyday at 1 to 4 p.m., morning practice every Tuesday and performance with music in their elegantly designed hall every two weeks. Do check the availability and plan ahead, also, Vienna pass holders will still have to pay a small amount for the guided tour.
Have any one of you ever wanted to ride on a horse? I’m saying cuz short-term horse riding courses are also available there!
I was amazed, by the food there
By that, I am not exaggerating. Check this one out, Vapiano, an Italian made-to-order restaurant where you may get to taste different types of freshly made pasta, pizza and salad. Here, you may also order your own combination <3
Join me to this Crime Museum, get their audio guide. Don’t save your money on this unless you understand German, as most of the exhibits there are in German!
Ok, let’s do and see something less scary LOL
More elegantly established architecture
One thing that I would like to emphasize the most about Vienna is, the variety of their architectural style. You will literally see many beautifully established buildings or attractions ANYWHERE, ranging from Gothic to Baroque. You have my word, not even exaggerating.
It’s common to see people cycling here in Vienna, they even have an installment for calculating bike riders :O
Thank you for watching til here, that would be it for today! Will see you all in our next blog, trip to Budapest, Hungary!