Being one of the most photogenic cities in Europe, Vienna provides numerous photo opportunities to those willing to notice them. It's almost impossible to wander around the city without snapping a few photos here and there.
Sightseeing with children can be exhausting. Normally, they don't find the sights adults want to see amusing. However, Vienna has quite a few sights and places that are also interesting for children. From a wide variety of live animals, to amusement park activities and kid-friendly museums, the city offers countless opportunities for our little ones to enjoy and have fun
Schönbrunn Palace (Schloss Schönbrunn) is Austria's largest palace and the former imperial summer residence of the Habsburgs. With about 7.6 million visitors per year, it is one of the main attractions of the country. Particularly impressive is the large Schlosspark and the associated Tiergarten Schönbrunn, the oldest existing zoo in the world. Since 1996, the area is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
One of the reasons to spend Christmas holidays in Vienna is definitely the various Christmas markets the city offers. Located at the sites of most Viennese attractions, they feel like small villages inside a big city. They lure visitors in with heartwarming scents and flavors and treat them with a joyful atmosphere that keeps your body and soul warm during cold December days. Below, you'll find enlisted 5 of our favorite Christmas markets.
6 kid-friendly activities for Christmas holidays in Vienna 0
Traveling with kids spices things up. They won't enjoy the "grown-up stuff" and will probably get tired of walking through the city. In this article, you'll find 6 suggestions what to do in Vienna with kids so that they too will enjoy their Christmas holiday.