24 hours in Vienna
Start off your day with the fabulous atmosphere of Naschmarkt, stroll around the market aisles and breath in all the different smells, the herbs, meats, vegetables and fruits - you can even start nibbling on small treats offered by the sellers. Now that you are hungry, turn into Schleifmühlgasse - there are several options available for a delicious breakfast. Then explore this neat area named Freihausviertel with tons of funky stores - from furniture to fashion, flower art and garbage design.
After a little shopping frenzy, head over to the Museumsquartier which is just a short walk away. Indulge in the museum offerings which has something for every taste. If you spend a few hours there, you might get hungry again. There are several great options just within the vicinity. And now for some classical sightseeing, which is best just by walking towards the city center. You will find Vienna's Museums of Natural and Art History, Ringstraße, and Hofburg Palace all perfectly lined up on your way to St. Stephen's Cathedral. You will also pass Graben, Vienna's most fancy shopping street to pick up a few souvenirs.Grab a coffee in one of the traditional coffee houses on your way, or if you love the 50 and 60ies, visit Café Prückel. Closeby you will find Gartenbaukino - with Austria's largest cinema screen. If you plan already for the night, check out Porgy & Bess, an awesome music venue showcasing international gems slightly off the radar screens. If it's a warm evening outside, head to Strandbar Hermann, a bar-turned-beach, with an interesting fusion cuisine to obey your appetite. And for the night's grand finale, just a few minutes upstream on the Danube Canal, Flex, still one of Europe's hottest club addresses, is already waiting for your dancing moves.