The City of Music

The visually stunning capital of Austria, Vienna stakes its claim along the banks of the famous Danube River. Its unique local culture is celebrated in nearly every nook and cranny of this vibrant city, while the legacy of Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Strauss, and Gustav Klimt also takes center stage. Vienna is defined by incredible architecture, gardens, theater, music, and art. History buffs are continually impressed, as this clean and safe city is considered an authentic cultural capital of Europe.  

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Vienna is warm and sunny in spring and autumn. July and August can be hot and stormy, with temperatures reaching well above 90°F. In January and February, lows of 10°F are frequent. 
Vienna International Airport (VIE) connects with many European destinations, and Austrian Airlines connects to North America. It’s roughly a 30-minute taxi ride into the city center from the airport. 
German is the native language but English is spoken, too. High season is May, June, and September, when festivals, marathons, concerts, and operas are in full swing. 

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