Eating & Drinking in Vienna
Vienna is a culinary paradise. Formed by the multicultural influences of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, a large variety of culinary delights await you, from a simple meal to haute cuisine.
The typical Austrian cuisine still depends heavily on the great inheritance of the once gigantic empire. The culinary influence of Germans, Poles, Czechs, Slovenians, Hungarians, Slovaks, Romanians and Italians combine to make a refined cuisine. If you want to get acquainted with it, you should bring a healthy appetite; from morning till night temptation is waiting at every corner.
Capital of a Café Culture
The Viennese Café tradition is one of the most pleasant amenities that the city offers.In no other city of the world do cafés enjoy such high public esteem. No wonder, since the customer can get not only extraordinary coffee specialties and delicious cakes but also a good portion of Austrian culture there. It has been a popular meeting place for ages for everyday citizens, artists, writers and bonvivants.
You can not miss these delicacies:
Wine village of Stammersdorf
An insider’s tip for all guests who want to get away from the crowds of tourist and visit wine taverns: Stammersdorf in the north of Vienna! It is easily reachable from Hotel Wien in the city center by the S-Bahn train from the Praterstern in 1020 Vienna (to Floridsdorf) and then by bus 228.