Vienna's Ringstrasse is almost as gracious now as it was when it opened in 1865.
There's a good reason why Vienna often features near the top of Most Liveable City lists.
As if they weren't enough trouble while they were alive, long-dead expressionist artists Egon Schiele and his mentor Gustav Klint were recently stirring up trouble on London's underground.
High art and imperial history make Vienna a capital of culture, but that doesn't make visiting a chore.
The Palais Liechtenstein is a fascinating insight into aristocratic expectations at the height of the Habsburgs.
The Lipizzaner stallions enter the arena, each a mirror image of the other as they perform a pas de deux to classical Viennese music.
Lovely Vienna has oodles of culture and musical history, an abundance of top art museums and architecture fit for an empire.
For the eighth year in a row, Austria's beautiful capital has been named the world's most liveable city. Here are 20 reasons you need to visit.
A mix of baroque splendour and natural beauty, Vienna is an unforgettable blend of the 'new' and the old. From historic architecture to bright-yellow door-out furniture; the city's classical beauty is underlined with an innovative, pop edge. Wonder through lush parks and gardens that stretch around grand palaces, spend warm summer nights along sandy banks and hit city's bars and restaurants for food, wine and marvellous city views.