Apartments in Vienna
Apartments and holiday homes in Vienna
Once you have arrived at the airport in Vienna, you can quickly drop your suitcases at the apartment and without losing time be immediately off on an adventure to conquer this great city. There is plenty to see in Austria's elegant and cultured capital, including the gothic Stephansdom, the Imperial Hofburg, the magnificent Baroque palace of Schönbrunn and the Kunsthistorisches Museum. From a city apartment whilst self-catering in Austria, you will find the highest cultural value per square kilometre and you will also discover things that shock, amaze and fascinate about various other countries and cultures. Past untraceable and unforeseen, you will gain insight into the versatility of Vienna: whether cultural, artistic, musical or culinary.
Uncover Vienna's cultural gems
Vienna is not just a feast for the eyes, but with its exciting concerts, thrilling musicals and unique opera performances at the state opera it is also a great experience for the ears. A city break is a very special way of travelling, because besides the magnificent works of art in the museums, galleries and churches, you will also find a variety of architectural masterpieces, buildings from the time of the ancient world up to the modern age. The old town of Vienna and other beautiful old towns can be viewed from an extraordinary perspective, from your balcony or terrace up above the city. You may also enjoy the delights of the Viennese cuisine, the typical cosiness in the coffee houses and the Heurigen frmo your Austrian holiday lettings.
Travel through time in Vienna
Vienna's historic centre is one of the most beautiful urban monuments in Europe, and a visit could be classed as one of the best things to do in Austria. Three epochs dominate the face of this former residence of the Habsburg Empire: the Medieval age with the gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral, one of Vienna's landmarks; The Baroque period, whose most important heritage is the Hofburg with its lush domes. And the Ringstraße era of the late 19th century, where magnificent buildings such as the Staatsoper and the Kunsthistorisches Museum were built instead of the city wall.The numerous churches, palaces and parks also contribute to the imperial flair of Vienna's old town. The rich collections gathered by wealthy rulers. And the centuries-long musical tradition, from the Hofmusikkapelle to Mozart's classic, to the Strauss' waltzes.
Vienna is a hotspot for excellent cuisine with a number of fantastic dishes for you to try whilst on holiday, and whilst Viennese specialties have permeated the rest of Austrian cuisine, they are arguably the best in the capital. Delve into the sweet and sugary depths of an Apfelstrudel doused in cream, or Kaiserscharmm pancakes with homemade fruit jam. Don't miss the infamous Sachertorte chocolate and apricot cake at the bottom of the menu, or lighter pastries to be enjoyed at the many bakeries to be found in Vienna. Of course you must try a Wiener schnitzel, smoked pork with dumplings and cabbage, or a hearty soup for your main course.
Attractions in Vienna
Vienna - the world capital of music! Here more famous composers have lived than in any other city, and music is formally in the air in Vienna. Read more about the Waltz, Operettas and culture in Vienna before booking your next self-catering holiday in Austria. For families, Vienna offers enough activities and attractions for an exciting but still relaxing holiday, where you can pass some thrilling hours in the amusement park "Wiener Prater", visit one of the many museums or stroll into Vienna's trendy shopping mile. The "Spanish Riding School" with the famous Lipizzan Ballet, housed in the Baroque ambience of the Hofburg, also always delight guests from near and far.
Holiday apartments in Vienna
You are right in the middle of it, where you can feel the pulsation of the city, the joy of life that radiates through it and yet you can be quite private and retire in the evening to your own villas in Austria.This city is always worth a trip - and by plane Vienna is just around the corner. The holiday home or the holiday home are always the ideal starting point for your holiday. Discover Vienna as a destination. Stay in a fully furnished holiday apartment in Vienna. All apartments and holiday apartments in Vienna have been furnished with the personal touch of the respective owner and make the holiday home in Austria a special experience. Apartments in Vienna are ideal for a city trip to Vienna in a private atmosphere. Start your discovery tour in Vienna directly from the apartment.
Two city breaks in one - Visit Prague
With the beautiful city of Prague being easy to reach from Vienna via car, bus, train or plane, it is worth paying the Czech Republic's capital a visit. Prague is one of the 20 most visited cities in the world, with some 5.8 million visitors per year. And rightly so. "The golden city" is a relatively small capital with 1.2 million inhabitants, but as the most populous city of the Czech Republic is one of the richest regions of Europe. This has its origins in history: Prague, in the heart of Europe, was a royal, royal and imperial residence from the 9th century on which the Přemysliden, the House of Luxembourg and the House of Habsburg resided. See our apartments in Prague and tag a trip on to your stay in Vienna!
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Are you planning a self-catering break in Vienna? Then look no further as we have the beautiful apartments, which are centrally and conveniently located and conveniently located to discover the city. If Austrian accommodation in another of the country's beautiful cities interests you, we also have Salzburg apartments and holiday homes in Innsbruck, or alternatively accommodation out in the mountains of Tyrol. Whatever your choice, our range of holiday lettings will provide just the thing you are looking for on your next self-catering holiday in Austria. Enjoy easy booking and advice from our holiday experts at NOVASOL.