What has already been said about other monumental cities such as Venice, Florence, Budapest and Prague applies to Vienna. It is a city so rich in churches, museums, monuments, art and culture that it would take weeks to see everything properly. Therefore, unless you have a lot of time (and resources) available, once in the city it is necessary to make a selection of things to do.
Most of all, however, it is necessary to tune in to the millennial history of the Austrian capital, learning to appreciate its complexity, that mixture of ancient and modern where there is space for everything: from the majesty of the buildings symbolizing Hapsburg power, to modern and contemporary art. of the MuseumsQuartier, to the “green” atmosphere of the Prater, the largest public park in the city. A mix so successful that for years Vienna has been at the top of almost all the world rankings that measure the quality of life.
3 Stars Hotels
∗ Novotel Wien City Hotel – from € 93, https://all.accor.com/hotel/6154/index.en.shtml?utm_campaign=seo+maps&utm_medium=seo+maps&utm_source=google+Maps
4 Stars Hotels
∗ Hotel Pension Baron am Schottentor – from € 78, https://private-hotels.at/
∗ Hotel Mercure Wien City – from € 89, https://all.accor.com/hotel/1568/index.en.shtml?utm_campaign=seo+maps&utm_medium=seo+maps&utm_source=google+Maps
5 Stars Hotels
∗ Ambassador Hotel Wien – from € 123, https://www.ambassador.at/
∗ InterContinental Vienna Hotel – from € 135, https://www.ihg.com/intercontinental/hotels/gb/en/vienna/vieha/hoteldetail?cm_mmc=GoogleMaps-_-IC-_-AT-_-VIEHA
Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia, located in the south-west of the country. Due to its geographical position, the Slovak city acts as a link to three other European capitals, which are Budapest, Prague and Vienna, where the latter is only 60 km from the Slovak capital.
Bratislava is not only the capital but, with its 431,215 inhabitants, it is also the largest city in Slovakia, where the main economic and financial activities of the country are carried outThe city of Bratislava, despite its modest size, has a rather wide cultural offer, making it difficult to determine where to start our journey.
Bratislava Castle, together with the Staré Mesto district, is one of the most important historical landmarks of the capital: in fact, from its position it dominates the entire city. This structure was built around the 10th century and has undergone numerous changes during its history, especially after a serious fire that destroyed it in 1811.
4 Stars Hotels
∗ Mama’s Boutique Hotel – from € 62, http://www.hotelmamas.sk//
∗ Park Inn by Radisson Danube Bratislava- from € 76, https://www.radissonhotels.com/en-us/hotels/park-inn-bratislava-danube?cid=a:se+b:gmb+c:emea+i:local+e:pii+d:cese+h:BTSPD
5 Stars Hotels
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