Discover Local in Vienna
Explore our favourite places, from hotspots to hidden gems so you can live like a local.
Vienna’s vistas, bejewelled cathedrals and easy-going café culture are calling.
See where Sisi lived at the Hofburg
Imagine yourself as Empress Elisabeth, or Sisi; walk down the halls of the imperial palace or visit the oldest riding school in the world.
Eat your way through the Naschmarkt
Naschmarkt is Vienna’s best-known market and offers a colourful culinary experience. With around 120 market stands and restaurants, there is something for everyone.
Dive into the cool water of Amalienbad
This unbelievably gorgeous indoor pool was built in the 1920s. For just a few Euros you can have a swim surrounded by art deco and art nouveau.
Have a sandwich at Trzesniewski
Trzesniewski is famous for its open sandwiches, which are perfect for a snack while discovering Vienna. Do as the locals do and order a Pfiff with it.
Famous deads at Zentralfriedhof
Pay your respects to the likes of Strauss, Beethoven, Brahms and Schubert at one of the biggest cemeteries in the world: Zentralfriedhof, in the south-eastern part of Vienna.
Learn about death at the Funeral Museum
With over 50 cemeteries, death is part of everyday life in Vienna. These peaceful retreats often suffer from a bad reputation. Unfair in our opinion!