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.
When it was opened in 1891, this museum was one of the jewels of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Now it's also a fine dining restaurant.
"Let us eat cake!" I long to shout as we're led through the top-secret facility in Vienna where the world-famous sacher-torte is made.
With its plentiful green spaces, smartly-planned waterways and network of bike lanes, it's no wonder Vienna is consistently rated the world's most liveable city.
From sausage stand to schnitzel, these are the eats you can't miss in Vienna.
Named the world's most liveable city seven times, there's something special about this place - and not just as somewhere to live.
Having flown with quite a few low-cost carriers, this is by far one of the best.
A clever seat design means more passengers fit into the cabin without compromising individual space.
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.