Vienna: Culinary hideaway

Vienna: Culinary hideaway

Recognised in the last two years as a piece of World Intangible Heritage by UNESCO, Viennese coffeehouse culture lives up to its world-famous reputation for providing an oasis of comfort.

Traditional and typical Viennese coffeehouses lure with a wide range of styles of coffee, a variety of patisserie options and memorable Viennese charm. Whether you want to try a Gugelhupf, a classic Sacher cake or an apple strudel, you’re sure to find an enchanting, delightful and sweet treat.

Please visit: www.wien.info/en/coffeehouses.

Image Copyright: WienTourismus / Peter Rigaud

 

Naschmarkt

Naschmarkt

From Indian chicken curry to Japanese sushi and traditional Austrian cuisine, the Viennese Naschmarkt offers a colourful and diverse culinary scene with something for every age. Filled with every sort of food, spice and scent, the Naschmarkt will excite its visitors. Stroll past the 130 market stalls and immerse yourself in a mix of cultures and nationalities. Take some time for a visit and try specialities from all over the world.

Please visit: www.wien.info/en/naschmarkt.

Image Copyright: WienTourismus / Peter Rigaud

 

Heurige above Vienna

Heurige

Typically Viennese – casual and traditionally on the outskirts of Vienna – a “Heuriger” is a place to feel comfortable and where everyone is welcomed. While sitting table-to-table with locals, enjoy traditional Viennese wine tavern dishes, ranging from cold ham and cheese plates to spreads and homemade fruit juices. Viennese wine taverns offer everything the heart of an aficionado could desire.

Image Copyright: WienTourismus / Peter Rigaud

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