After a 3 hour train ride from Budapest we arrived in Vienna, Austria.
Yup that is a big paper ticket with the date and time hand written.
Vienna was FREEZING when we arrived. It was a light snow and I didn’t pack for that weather. We arrived around lunch time so we checked into the hotel and then ventured into the city.
Vienna in general is very small. There is a subway system as well as a above ground cable car system but you don’t even need to use them because everything is so close.
It was Easter weekend so we stumbled upon a easter market.
After walking though the 15 stalls we got some lunch from a place recommended by the hotel, Huth.
Up next was St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
Vienna State Opera.
And then to Museum Quarter which consists of several museums (duh).
At this point we knew the city wasn’t big so we wanted to save things to do for the next day since we had a full day since our flight home was at 9pm. We slept in late, went to a museum and then walked along the water. I’ll save that for a post tomorrow.