Maria-Theresa chandeliers, Stucco work and imperial damask motifs setting the tone. Stunning views of the Schönbrunner Schlosspark, Gloriette and Neptune fountain are a highlight. Viennese cuisine has made a name for itself the world over, and is always prepared according to time-honoured traditions and with a healthy dash of innovation. Steirereck in the Stadtpark is synonymous with a modern and gourmet approach to Viennese cuisine. This world-class restaurant was awarded two stars by the Michelin Guide, and has 15th place in the “World’s 50 Best Restaurants” 2015 to its credit. The Silvio Nickol Gourmet-Restaurant at the Palais Coburg also picked up two Michelin stars. The restaurants Walter Bauer, Mraz & Sohn, Konstantin Filippou, Tian, Edvard (Palais Hansen Kempinski) and Vincent were each rated 2015 with a Michelin star. A global capital city, visitors to Vienna have little difficulty finding highend international cuisine. 05
05 The Fiakers. Courtesy of Wien Tourismus / MAXUM 06 Vienna from Above, Am Graben. Courtesy of Wien Tourismus and Christian Stemper
Vienna has traditionally accorded the arts great respect, and over the centuries has never ceased to foster creativity and attract people from all over the world.
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