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  • Visiting a performance in the Wien Opera can be quite expensive

    • by Geoiliev
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      Some must-see places This would be Wien Stadt Opera, the famous Opera house of the Austrian capital. It was bombed during WW2 and was later rebuilt to its previous glamour. Buying a ticket could mean talking to Mozart himself - tickets are being sold by young people dressed as the famous composer.

      Visiting a performance


      in the Wien Opera can be quite expensive. If you are a budget traveler you might prefer a guided tour instead.

      Tours are offered in several languages and include visiting the opera’s all hall and its backstage, as well. When in Vienna you should not miss the numerous palaces and cathedrals.

      Austria is the proud ...


      • heir of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and boasts with quite a few historical remains of its glorious past. When tired of cathedrals go to Vienna’s entertainment park the Prater.

        Though, smaller than Disneyland it features one of the symbols of the city - the Viennese high wheel. What meal to snatch?

        Do not miss the Viennese

        muffins and the Viennese coffee (with milk and cinnamon, of course) What souvenir to buy?

        This is the question all tourists would ask sooner or later.

        Vienna is the birthplace of Gustav Klimt and Mozart. Souvenir shops abound with reproductions of the painter and violin-shaped candies.

        When to go?

        I’d go during anytime of the year. Or.

        , let’s say, during summer.




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