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Located in Schwechat, 18 km southeast of Vienna, is the Vienna International Airport (VIE). It is the main international gateway into Austria and the largest airport in the country. The airport has a 3-level passenger terminal, and transit to and from the airport is by bus, train, taxi, or car rental.
It is the most popular tourist destination in the country, and has residents like Beethoven, Sigmund Freud and Mozart in the past, whom helped shape the city’s intellectual and artistic legacy.
A cosmopolitan city known for its Imperial palaces and fine, old architecture, Vienna has a distinct charm that draws people in.
There are numerous things to do in Vienna all year round. From city tours in the summer and spring to the MuseumsQuartier located in the 7th district of the city, to imperial palaces like Schönbrunn, Fiaker horse cab rides, and a lot of glühwein (mulled wine) drinking in the winter.
A clan and safe city, it offers a great escape with world class restaurants, attractions, food and culture.
A presidential base that houses the offices of the president of Austria, Hofburg Palace is a palatial complex that was first built in the 13th century and for hundreds of years was the main winter palace for rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Visitors can visit one of the museums in the complex, and take a tour through its imperial apartments to admire its style of baroque architecture, its opulence and learn if its history.
Traditional Austrian cuisine is filled with rich flavours. A few of these tasty creations include the popular Gulasch, originally from Hungary. A hot soup which comes in many variants, one of the most popular being the potato Gulasch.
There is also the Wiener Schnitzel which is a national dish and serves mostly with sour cream, onions and fries. Another is the Kaiserschmarrn, a dish if fluffy shredded pancakes, topped with sweet sauces, fry fruits or jams. It can be served as a meal on its own or as dessert.