Tha’s it, we went to Vienna too.It was a short but beautiful visit. 2 days in which we managed to visit more attraction points that we initially proposed to.After a 8 hours road trip ( the customs was blocked, most likely because of the immigrants. Dozens of kilometers of stationary cars on the highway. We entered Austria from Bratislava), we arrived at Geblergasse street, where the hotel was situated. Saturday was a rainy day, but that didn’t stopped us to go out right after we checked in, on the narrow streets of Vienna.We let ourselves carried away on these streets for quite a while. We arrived to Centimeter, a well-known pub around there. This is what a meal looks like at Centimeter :
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We decided to don’t get a subway card. How else could we get to know the city better, if not by foot?!? So, Sunday morning, after a coffee and some croissants in the hallway of the hotel, we went to the streets of Vienna.
An intriguing mixture of contemporary and classic culture hits you when you go out in the street.Posters of Mozart at each step, elegant horse carriages, relaxed people that stop on the teracces for a beer or a spritz. We headed tot the Hofburg Palace, atfer that at Schönbrunn and we ended the day at Medusa Restaurant & Club. We proposed ourselves to go to many other places, but after 25 of kilometers made by foot, we decided that it was enough and we called for an Uber,while we served a glass of wine.
I don’t know how many of you visited Vienna, but if you didn’t get to there yet, I strongly recommend that you do that!We arrived home after a few hours and finally I got to the computer in order to write you how it was.I am so glad to see you again here. We’ll also meet tomorrow, the series continues!
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P.s. In case you arrive in Vienna, I recommend you to put in your luggage at least one thick jacket. 🙂