Are you curious as to why Vienna has been named the world's most liveable city? You will never truly understand until you make a trip in person to this gorgeous historical centre.

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Everything in Vienna is just bigger, brighter and more efficient; from the incredibly successful public transport system to the exciting range of events and parties to attend, you will never be stuck for something to do.
Vienna is just one of those cities that has managed to make each one of its corners pretty and charming. With a range of architectural styles that were derived from different artistic periods and historical milestones on show throughout the city, it makes for a fascinating walking tour.
One of the most famous tourist destinations is the Naschmarkt, Vienna's most visited food market. Here you can pick up some of the freshest of Austrian ingredients or rather dine alfresco in one of the traditional restaurants that surround the stalls.

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With and extensive range of artwork including Monet, Degas and Picasso, Albertina Graphic Art Collection is a must see art venue filled with top paintings.
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
Opened in 1891, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien stands out on the art scene in Vienna due to its stunning interior housing an exceptional collection comprising Rubens, Michelangelo Rembrandt, Dürer and Raphael.
Belvedere Palace
Booked a ticket to Vienna only to see The Kiss by Gustav Klimt? Belvedere Palace is the answer. Inside the palace, Österreichische Galerie welcomes its visitors with an excellently curated collection of art from the Middle Ages to the modern day.
Sigmund Freud Museum
If you want to feel the atmosphere of the place where psychoanalysis was born, you have to see this place. Home to the great Sigmund Freud from 1891 to 1938, the rooms preserve the exact same layout as when the owner was still alive. It's up to you to imagine him walking around the room or writing at his...

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