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The Churches in Vienna You’ve Got to See for Yourself

The Churches in Vienna You’ve Got to See for Yourself 2

You’ll struggle to find any other city in the world that has such a vast variety of architecturally diverse churches as Vienna. Not just places of worship, Vienna’s churches are monuments to history, art, architecture and music. While many of them throughout the city allow visitors to explore inside, one of the best ways to fully appreciate these magnificent structures is to attend a classical concert performed there.
How to Spend a Weekend in Vienna

How to Spend a Weekend in Vienna 0

With so many incredible buildings to admire, cafes to visit and concerts to experience, you could easily spend months in Vienna and never do the same thing twice. But since months-long holidays are a luxury most of us can only dream of, sometimes we have to squeeze as much as possible into a single weekend. If you’re planning on spending a couple of days in Vienna and want to make the most of your fleeting visit, here’s how we recommend you use your 48 hours.
Vivaldi and Vienna: The Story of The Red Priest

Vivaldi and Vienna: The Story of The Red Priest 0

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi is considered to be one of the best Baroque composers of all time, with a great influence that spread throughout Europe over the course of his life. He was born in Venice, Italy on March 4th 1678 and went on to have an incredibly successful career during which he composed numerous violin concertos, sacred choral works and over 40 operas.
9 Fascinating Facts About Stephansdom to Inspire Your Visit

9 Fascinating Facts About Stephansdom to Inspire Your Visit 0

Being almost a millennia old, Stephansdom is a treasure trove of secrets. If you’re planning on stopping by during your trip to Vienna, here are some interesting facts about the cathedral guaranteed to inspire you and get you excited about your visit.
Where to Find The Best Schnitzels in Vienna

Where to Find The Best Schnitzels in Vienna 0

One of Vienna’s most iconic emblems, schnitzel is the city’s signature dish, made from a cutlet of meat (traditionally veal) dredged in beaten eggs, seasoned flour and delicate breadcrumbs then fried until crispy, golden brown. It’s every bit as delicious as it sounds and is something everyone should try when in Austria’s capital. But not all schnitzels are made equal. So to save your taste buds from experiencing disappointment, we’re revealing where to find the best schnitzels in Vienna.

The Love Story of Mozart and Constanze

The Love Story of Mozart and Constanze 0

There are many blog posts, books and papers on the relationship between Mozart and his wife, Constanze, and they all seem to tell a different story. Some cast Constanze in a glowing light, as a well-educated and talented woman who inspired the genius composer. While others recount tales of the opposite and describe her as a common, disloyal wife unworthy of Mozart. Although only the couple themselves knew the truth, we’ll try and paint an accurate picture of their lives together so you can envisage the pair and their relationship.