I’ve always wanted to visit this beautiful city (I’m a sucker for castles and pretty buildings), so I was thrilled when we decided a 3-girls-reunion in combination with a city trip to Vienna. Below I’m sharing a few snapshots from our short but beautiful time there, plus some must-do’s if you’re planning a trip!


Breakfast with true Austrian Sacher Torte at Café Sacher

Spanische Hofreitschule

Watching the Lippizaner horses at the Spanish Riding School (an amazing show!)

Schlossanlage Schönbrunn

Belvedere Summer Castle

Naschmarkt Klettern auf den Stephansdom Fabios

Dinner at Fabio’s – a modern-chic restaurant perfect for weekend nights


Just before breakfast at the “Palmenhaus”


Enjoying sunny drinks at the “Naschmarkt”

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Original Wiener Schnitzel at “Figlmüller” for lunch

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Icecream from “Zanoni & Zanoni”

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View from the Stephansdom, walk up!

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Try Manner Waffles (I love the wholewheat ones) when in Austria!


The Stephansdom

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Cheese and Aperó at “Meierei im Stadtpark” – perfect for brunch, lunch & dinner!

This bistro belongs to the most famous Austrian gourmet restaurant “Steiereck” which is just above. A must do!


A walk in the park

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At the Mozart statue


Goodbye Vienna!



  • Stephansdom (climb up)
  • Mozarthaus (where Mozart grew up, great audio guide)
  • Castle Belvedere & Park (drink coffee at the summer palace)
  • MuseumsQuartier (a great modern cultural area, baroque meets cyber space)
  • Kapuziner Church & graves of the emperors
  • Hofburg & Sissi-Museum (a must-do, but bring time! Plan for 2-3 hours)
  • Volksgarten & Theseus Temple (a beautiful park area)
  • The Mozart statue in the Burggarten (another precious park)

Coffee & Lunch:

  • Palmenhaus for brunch outside
  • Café Drechsler
  • Naschmarkt (a beautiful Saturday stroll with lots of food stands and delicacy shops)
  • Zanoni & Zanoni ice cream
  • Figlmüller for “Wiener Schnitzel”
  • Orlando di Castello for breakfast / brunch


  • Fabio’s: modern & chic, perfect for weekend nights, also with friends
  • Vestibül: a lovely elegant restaurant in baroque Viennese setting, amazing food (also have a dinner at their mirrored bar)
  • DO & CO: The place to be for people watching and a high-end version of the Schnitzel, but good food
  • Patara Fine Thau: Thai food
  • Vincent: 1-michelin star, flexible menus, historic feel
  • Gergely’s: Steakhouse
  • Collio: Stylish-italian at the design hotel “das Triest”, good value for money
  • Julius Meinl: belongs to the delicacy store, good views
  • Aubergine: mediterranean elegance meets Viennese style


  • Onyx Bar: Must-do, best views on the Stephansdom
  • Fabio’s (if you didn’t already go for dinner)
  • Sky Bar
  • Halbestadt Bar (good cocktails)


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