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Vienna

Choose a holiday home in Vienna and stay in this beautiful capital of classical music and visual arts. With over one and a half million population, Vienna is by far Austria's largest city. So there is always plenty to do! Visit various museums, beautiful city parks, historic buildings and impressive palaces. Or go luxury shopping in the city centre or round the circular boulevard, the Ringstrasse. Vienna is not only the capital of Austria, but since 1922 it also forms its own federal state, divided into 23 districts. Experience the vibrant life of this metropolis from one of our apartments in Vienna.

Apartments in Vienna, the political and cultural centre of Austria

Discover the beautiful capital from a holiday home or apartment in Vienna. From luxury city apartments to spacious holiday homes on the outskirts of the city. Or choose a residence, and enjoy the professional services of a hotel combined with the intimacy of a charming apartment. At Belvilla you can always find a holiday home to suit you. In a quiet suburb on the outskirts of the city or in the middle of the vibrant bustle in the centre. Whether you're staying for a weekend, or a whole week, get to know the city from a holiday home or apartment in Vienna.

Explore the capital of classical music from a holiday home in Vienna

A holiday in Vienna is the perfect way to explore the centre of classical music and opera. The history of music is inextricably bound up with the city. Well-known composers such as Beethoven, Mozart, Mahler and Strauss all stayed here for a while. Some musicians' houses have been converted into museums, but most of the composers are honoured in the form of monuments. There is a reference to the past on every street corner. The magnificent building alone makes the Vienna State Opera worth a visit. More than 300 opera performances are staged here every year during the performance season, from 1 September to 30 June. It is seen as the best opera house in the world, and for good reason. Go and see one of the magnificent operas while staying in an apartment in Vienna.

Experience the splendour of the city while on holiday in Vienna

There is even more to experience from your apartment in Vienna. The capital is not only the centre of classical music, but lovers of culture and history also get their money's worth here. Vienna has many impressive buildings dating from the Baroque period, but other style periods have also made their appearance. The Stephansdom, for example, is the finest landmark in the city, built in the Gothic style. This cathedral, 107 metres long and 34 metres in diameter, is also the largest cathedral in Austria. Climb the more than 340 steps for a magnificent view over Vienna. The city is also rich with many beautiful palaces, including the Schönbrunn Palace with more than 1,400 rooms. Take a look into the luxurious life of Emperor Franz Joseph on a tour of the palace, with or without a guide. One of Vienna's most romantic spots is the beautiful gardens around Belvedere Palace. The Austrian Gallery Belvedere with works by painters such as Frans Francken, Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele is also found here. The Hofburg is also well worth a visit, an immense white palace complex with a treasure chamber full of dazzling crown jewels. In the same complex you can also find the Spanish Riding School, where beautiful white horses dance gracefully to the wonderful music of Vienna. Explore the splendour of this city while on holiday in Vienna.

Relax in the many city parks from your apartment in Vienna

From our apartments in Vienna you can escape busy city life in one of the many city parks. Almost half of the state is made up of parks, where the locals go to relax after a hard day's work. The Stadtpark, located on Ringstrasse, is known for its many statues of famous artists and musicians, including Strauss, Schubert and Stolz. The Türkenschanzpark in the suburbs of Vienna is also well worth a visit. The park looks picturesque in the undulating landscape with many botanical plants. The Volksgarten, located in the first district, is particularly famous for its beautiful rose beds. Vienna is also known for its strong coffee tradition and this is reflected in the city's hundreds of coffee houses. Ordering a cup of coffee in Vienna is quite a task, with many combinations and variations. Traditionally, a cup of coffee is served with a glass of water, which is also refilled. Enjoy delicious Austrian coffee with a piece of Sachertorte, and visit one of the many coffee houses from our apartments in Vienna.

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Holiday in Vienna - FAQs
What are the most important places to visit in Vienna?

The most important places to visit in Vienna are Ringstrasse, Vienna State Opera, Schönbrunn Palace, and Türkenschanzpark

Any activities that I must include in my stay?

Some of the must-do activities in Vienna are

  • Schloss Schönbrunn
  • Historic Center of Vienna
  • Tiergarten Schoenbrunn - Zoo Vienna
  • Vienna Woods
If I'm coming from the UK, what are my options?

Travelers from the UK can reach Vienna by air.

What are the recommended dishes in Vienna?

Some of the recommended dishes in Vienna are Wiener schnitzel, Tafelspitz, Beuschel and Selchfleisch.

When is the ideal time to visit Vienna?

The months from April to May are the best to visit Vienna.