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Wien, or Vienna, has been a popular tourist destination for many years and if you choose to book a holiday rental property here, you'll soon see why. The province’s long history is apparent in the swelling of picturesque skylines and richly adorned public buildings all throughout the city. Welcoming public squares with flowers for sale and bustling side street cafés draw residents into the centre of town for long hours of conversation and entertainment. Comfortable, private Vienna accommodation provides travellers with the ideal location to unwind in after a long day of exploring the Austrian capital.
A city full of free and inexpensive attractions, such as monuments, parks and museums, Vienna is the ideal location for travellers. During a week long stay, you are sure to never be left wanting more. With year-round festivals and events, visitors from around the world are drawn to this city annually. Wine trumps beer in Vienna, with numerous vineyards still in existence in the city. The metropolis of Vienna is romantic at heart and even rivals the French capital of Paris and the Italian city of Venice, with more and more people booking getaways to this holiday destination.
Other European countries have often turned to Vienna for musical inspiration. Music is the national sport in Austria, being the birthplace of Mozart, Haydn and Schubert, and Vienna in particular has enjoyed long stretches as the European musical capital. Opera continues to be celebrated in Vienna, with well-promoted opera houses and major events celebrating the theatrical art. Visitors staying in Vienna apartments should not miss an opportunity to make use of the amenities available and listen to some of the finest musical oeuvres in Europe.
Whether you prefer a modern or historic break, a holiday apartment in Vienna provides the perfect accommodation for every taste. Whilst you are staying in Austria, why not make a day trip to the beautiful Salzburg located near the German border for a wonderful view of the magnificent countryside and landscapes there. The capital’s wide-reaching trams provide convenient transportation for commuters on their way to work and tourists on their way to their holiday rentals or sight-seeing destinations alike.
One of the great advantages of going on holiday in Central Europe is that you are so close to other neighbouring countries. Why not make Vienna the starting point of your tour of Europe, and travel to the German district of Bavaria or Baden Württemberg, both only a scenic train ride away. Or if you like, travel further south and head to the wonderful country of Italy.
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