Vienna waits for you
I have felt that this is the most romantic sentence about the city for a long time
Later on going around in the streets of Vienna
Saw the dangling carriage, Sissi’s castle, the central cafe on the corner of the street
Then I turned around and saw this sentence
It's a fateful magic
Carinthia Street is located in the heart of Vienna’s city center, with various shops and small shops on both sides, and it is also an area where tourists are concentrated. The National Opera, Albertina Museum, Stephen's Cathedral and other attractions are not far from both sides of this street. There are also some local shops on the street, including the Swarovski store in Austria and the Mozart chocolate store
Vienna, the famous music capital.
No matter who you are, you will be infected when you come here, your music cells will be activated, your heart will sing, and people will become younger.
The city is filled with a strong atmosphere of music, scattered on the vividly shaped statues of music masters, in the world's top opera houses and concert halls, in the churches that have survived the Middle Ages, and energetic young people in the streets and lanes.
John Strauss, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin... Standing next to the statues of these masters of music, your ears will pass by those epic symphonies, joyous and lively waltz, soothing warmth from time to time. Wan's serenade, one by one touching scenes emerged.
Strolling on Cointon Street, which is known as the world's top ten pedestrian streets, tourists from all over the world enjoy the cultural feast here, and they are also a scenery.
In the afternoon, free activities on Carinthia Street, we spent a leisurely afternoon.
Kärntenstrasse is the most famous commercial pedestrian area in Vienna, the capital of Austria. All international, national and regional famous brands can be found here. Therefore, it is not only the favorite place for Viennese people, but also Austrians and even all tourists. A must for shopping. In addition to the row upon row of shops, there are also representative landmarks of Vienna, such as the world’s most famous opera house, the Vienna State Opera (one of the world’s four largest opera houses, as well as the La Scala in Milan, Italy, the British Opera, and the American University Metropolitan Opera. The world’s most famous composers, conductors, performers, singers and dancers are all honored to be able to perform in this National Opera. I’m very happy to see it with my own eyes), The most important bishop's church in Vienna, Stephen's Church, the former residence of Mozart, one of the greatest classical musicians in Europe, the pedestrian zone ends at Michael's Square and Michael's Gate. From the Michael Gate can lead to Vienna’s Hufburg Palace. [Transportation] Subway 1, 2 and 4 to Kete Street. There is a stop of Metro Line 1 on Stephen’s Square between Kott Street and Gothichaben. In addition, there are taxi stands in front of the Opera House, next to Stephansplatz and inside Michael's Square.