Capital Of Austria

What Is The Capital Of Austria?

The capital of Austria is Vienna. Vienna is also the largest city in Austria. Surrounded by the necklace of the Vienna Woods, located on the Danube River, Vienna, the capital of Austria, is a city of picturesque streets, majestic squares and magnificent palaces. Brilliant and at the same time cozy, thoughtful and cheerful, this is the city of musicians and poets.

Vienna is the largest city in Austria, which is not only the capital, but also the political, economic and cultural center of the whole country. Its history, like a mirror, reflects the history of the formation, first of a small state, and later of a huge empire. By the way, it influenced the foreign policy not only of Europe, but also of neighboring countries. Since it was Vienna that was the residence of the Habsburg dynasty, the Austrian rulers who for several centuries bore the title of emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, in fact the city can be considered as one of the heirs of the greatest ancient civilization.

The Vienna Opera, theaters and ballets, concert halls and galleries, as well as the work of Viennese composers have been famous for more than one century in a row. The history of this beautiful city has 2 millennia. The amber road passes through Vienna, since ancient times connecting the Baltic Sea with the Danube and the Adriatic.

Upon arrival in the city of Vienna, you will be invited to go on various excursions and visit the historical surroundings. Guests of the city will be able to see the Vienna Opera, the City Hall, the parliament building, the pearl of the Vienna Baroque – the Karlskirche Church, the Hofburg Bishop’s Palace, the Vatican Church, the Belvedere and Schönbrunn palaces, with its wonderful French park – the summer residences of the Habsburgs.