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Austria’s capital is alive with charm and sophistication. Home to one of the world’s most celebrated composers in Mozart, the city is a cultural symphony.

The city centre, featured on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list, is packed full of character, with the awe-inspiring Schönbrunn Palace, Hofburg Palace and St. Stephen's Cathedral all located within close proximity to one another.

And if you want to see something really unusual it's worth checking out the Hundertwasserhaus - a jaw-dropping apartment building comprising a variety of shapes, colours and pillars which has become one of the city's most photographed attractions. When in town many people like to check out the impressive Museumsquartier which is home to over 100 different museums, get dressed up for one of the city's famous balls, or take a trip to the theatre or opera.

From its incredible baroque streets, to the buzzing café culture and classical music scene, it is a truly magnificent city. Oh, Vienna…