The city’s pedestrian zone doesn’t allow vehicles after 11 am, so you can relax and explore in peace. Vienna is a
remarkably beautiful city,
many of the buildings were damaged or destroyed during the Second World War but the renovation and restoration is admirable.
Your wanderings will take you past buildings from every century, dating right back to the 1200s, perching together in an unusual architectural harmony. In the middle of the pedestrianized district you will find St Stephen’s Cathedral,
an imposing Gothic structure that is a reminder of Vienna’s importance to the Hapsburg reign. The city is compact and pedestrian-friendly
; after a lunch of local specialities in the Naschmarkt visit the museums district, where you will find artworks and culture aplenty.