Vienna, Austria

The lush gardens and landscape of Belvedere Palace and Schönbrunn Palace are picturesque. The Neptune Fountain, which sits at the foot of the hill in Schönbrunn, is a central part of the palace park and was built to rival the Versailles grounds.

Mozarthaus Vienna

No trip to Vienna would be complete without a musical experience.

The Mozarthaus Vienna, where Mozart lived from 1781 to 1791, is a unique venue setting close to Stephansplatz. My sister and I listened to the music of Jetlag Allstars, a three-man ensemble, well-known for their jazz ballads. 

Vienna is one of Europe's most refined cities and is an architecture marvel. Dozens of cafes line the streets which you can enjoy luxury coffee, tea, and the world's best tasting strudel.

The legendary Cafe Central is a Viennese treasure serving the finest cuisine and was a must see, must taste attraction during our stay.

The streets in Vienna are beautiful and everywhere you turn, you experience the richness of Vienna's exquisite Vienna Opera HouseSt. Stephen's CathedralHofburg Palace and Spanish Riding School with the breathtaking Lipizzaner Horses.