1. Hallstatt Village- Located on the western shores of Lake Hallstatt, with quaint 16th-century houses lining its streets, Hallstatt Village is a delightful destination near Vienna. A day spent exploring its cafes and lounging on the grassy shores of the lake will be a memorable experience indeed.
2. Schoenbrunn Palace- Renowned all over the world, the Schoenbrunn Palace gardens are a joy to the senses. Set against the backdrop of the magnificent palace, these sprawling gardens are a great recreational destination and are filled with cultural and historical significance
3. Vienna City Hall Rathaus- This Gothic building is the seat of the local government and is a fascinating place to visit in Vienna. Its rich architectural legacy is a popular tourist attraction and may be enjoyed with guided tours and a lunch at the Wiener Rathauskeller' restaurant within its halls.
4. Palace Gardens in Schonbrunn- Evenings of spellbinding musical extravagance take place regularly in the gardens of the Schonbrunn Palace and are a must when you’re in the city. Give yourself up to a beautiful evening where Mozart and other Austrian masters reign strong, while also enjoying dance and vocal performances by skilled artists.
5. Explore Vienna’s Schönbrunner Gardens By Mini-Train- The gardens of Schönbrunner are vast and touring them entirely on leg is often a challenging proposition. Which is why the hop-on-hop-off mini-train that runs at regular intervals around the gardens is such a lovely way to explore them. You can also stop at the Gloriette viewpoint, Obelisk Fountain and Schönbrunn Zoo.
6. Le Loft Restaurant- Haute cuisine served with a side of gorgeous panoramic views of the city, Le Loft is a must visit in Vienna. This sophisticated restaurant features among the top dining locations in Austria.
7. Cycling Through Streets- Cycling through the Viennese streets is a pleasure unlike any other. Paved roads bereft of traffic, cycling along the streets of Vienna is a great way to experience the culture of the city.
8. Giant Ferris Wheel at Prater Park- The magnificent 64.75-metre tall Ferris wheel at the entrance of Prater Park, standing tall since 1897, is an integral part of Vienna. The views from the top are spellbinding both during the day and at night time.
9. St. Stephen’s Church- The gorgeous stained glass windows that decorate the grandest church in Vienna and those that have beautified the aisles for centuries, visit the St. Stephen's Church to explore its beauty and grace.
10. Farmers’ Markets- If you want a dose of local life in Vienna, then visiting the vibrant farmer's markets is a great way for it. These markets are held all around the city and are trading grounds for pretty much all kinds of domestic goods.
11. Bridge From Spittelberg To Museumsquartier- Known as the Street Art Passage of Vienna, the stretch from the Spittelberg to the MuseumsQuartier features a beautiful display of contemporary art in a quintessential Viennese presentation. Local and international productions are both displayed here.
12. Karlsplatz- Karlsplatz is a prominent square in Vienna which in the summer months is transformed into a vibrant hub of lights and sounds. With numerous open-air movie screenings taking place around its streets, the experience is unique and memorable.
13. St. Marx Cemetery and Central Cemetery- Many of Austria’s greatest public figures are buried in the St. Marx and Central Cemetery. The former is the resting ground of Mozart while the latter has the graves of music composer Udo Jürgens, pianist Joe Zawinul and actor Fritz Muliar, and an honorary grave of Mozart.
14. Sky - Cafe, Restaurant & Bar- A rooftop café located at the top of the luxurious Steffl’s department store, Sky Café is a wonderful place to visit for some delicious food and exotic city views of Vienna. You can reach this cafe by climbing 343 steps and then enjoy the amazing views from the top.
15. Vienna Zoo- The oldest operational zoo in the world, the Vienna Zoo is located in the grounds of the Schönbrunn Palace and is a lively place to visit while you’re touring the palace. Historic and naturally rich at the same time, this zoo is a touristic delight.
16. Night Pub Crawl- A Vienna Night Pub Crawl involves touring 3 or more bars around the city and enjoying all their diverse offerings. The crawls are arranged by tour operators though you can conduct your own private night pub crawl too.
17. Bike Tour of Donauinsel Island- With the Danube River flowing on one side and the parallel channel Neue Donau flowing on the other, Donauinsel Island is a picturesque delight. Cycling along the length and breadth of this island is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have in Austria.
18. Walk in The Woodlands Of The Lainzer Tiergarten- A sweeping wildlife reserve in Vienna, The Lainzer Tiergarten is a lovely destination in Vienna, 80% of which is covered in woodlands that are home to creatures like wild boars, fallow deer, mouflons and red deer among others.
19. Vienna Ring Tram- The Vienna Ring Tram is a fantastic way to explore the grand sights along the Vienna Boulevard including the Vienna State Opera, Imperial Palace, Parliament and City Hall.
20. Joseph Bakery- Touted to be one of the best bakeries in Vienna, Joseph Bakery is the place to head to for a quintessential European breakfast made of a generous helping of crackling sourdough bread, fresh pastries, buttery croissants and aromatic coffee.
21. Hike On Gösing Mountain- A small, approximately a 2-hour trek up the Gösing Mountain near Vienna will take you to a dainty spot from where the majestic beauty of the Gutensteiner Alps can be experienced in full force, making it a spellbindingly memorable experience.
22. Museum of Illusions- Enter the mind-boggling world of the Museum of Illusions and find yourself confronted with sights and sounds that will tease your senses and pull your nerves. Visiting this museum is one of the most interesting things to do in Austria.