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Vienna offers 12 Christmas Markets this year...and here is just a taste


'Arts & Crafts Market - Schönbrunn
22 Nov - 26 Dec 2014
The Culture and Christmas Market in front of Schönbrunn Palace is held on the cour d’honneur of this former Habsburg summer residence. The romantic market stocks a rich selection of traditional handicrafts, handmade jewelry and rustic decorations for the Christmas tree.

Opening Times
10am - 9pm

Spittelberg
14 Nov - 23 Dec 2014
In this lovely historical quarter both traditional and original handicraft are sold on narrow granitstone paved alleyways, niches and courtyards. It's Vienna's most authentic Christmas market.

Opening Times
Mon-Thu 2 pm - 9 pm, Fri 2 pm - 9.30 pm
Sat 10 am - 9.30 pm, Sun & hols. 10 am - 9 pm

Baroque Belvedere Palace
21 Nov - 23 Dec 2014
Visit one of Europe's most beautiful baroque palaces. With the world's largest collection of Gustav KLIMT's works and complete your tour with a visit to the enchanting Christmas market.

Opening Times
Mon-Fri 11am - 9pm
Sat-Sun 11am - 10pm

Maria Theresien Place
19 Nov to 26 Dec 2014
The Christmas Village at the beautiful park between the Natural History Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts. Indulge in hours of "a real Viennese Christmas"

Opening Times
11am - 10pm daily



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Advent Fairytale in Vienna

15th November to 24th December 2014


' Magic of Advent in Vienna'
will once again enchant its visitors in front and inside the Vienna City Hall. In the very heart of Vienna between City Hall and Burgtheater you may experience the most wonderful winter fairytale the former Imperial City has to offer.

Embedded in Vienna's historical city centre on the magnificent Ringstrasse this traditional Viennese Christmas market mediates a unique flair. Visitors will find the most tasteful Christmas decorations, gifts for all generations and 'Viennese specialities' at the market with the brightly shining Christmas tree.

The most delightful surprise awaits you in the park in front of the City Hall: wonderful trees decorated with red hearts, angels, lanterns and much more. Christmas plays are performed at the Punch and Judy show, and there is a lot to see and hear in the small pavilions. Dwarfs, teddy bears and other figures fascinate and enchant children and grown-ups alike.

'Christkindls Werkstatt', which is located in the City Hall, is a truly marvellous place: thousands of children make cookies and handicraft all kinds of Christmas presents.

Amidst the Christmas cheer in front of the City Hall you may see the Vienna Christ Child late in the afternoon. Or it is visiting some old people's homes or hospitals to bring a little bit of Christmas spirit to all those who cannot come to the Magic of Advent for themselves.

Opening times
Sun - Thur 10am - 9.30pm
Fri - Sat 10am - 10pm
Christmas Eve 10am - 5pm

To see some pictures from the Magic of Advent in Vienna may visit the web site below.

www.christkindlmarkt.at

Vienna Advent Market beneath the spires of the Rathaus


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Herzerlbaum
Things to see and do in Vienna
Hofburg Palace


This vast palace began life as a medieval castle and today houses the Austrian President’s offices. Within its numerous buildings you’ll find all sorts of wonderful objects, and several museums, including the Imperial Apartments, the Imperial Silver Collection, and the Sisi Museum. No sightseeing trip to Vienna would be complete without a visit to this spectacular building

Museum of Fine Arts

Another palace for you, only this one is home to the art collection of the Habsburg family, one of the finest collections in the world. This place is enormous, so if you want to see everything it might take you more than a day. This museum is not to be missed.

Donauturm

Get up high for a good look at Vienna from above – 252 metres above to be precise. The Danube Tower is in Donaupark, and offers you some mind-blowing views of the city and its surroundings from its revolving restaurant.

Naschmarkt

Vienna is awash with spectacular market places, and the Naschmarkt is one of its best. Spices, antiques, curiosities, great food – you name it, you’ll find it in this market by Kettenbruckengasse station.

Tram tours

Hop aboard one of Vienna’s old-style 1930’s trams and take a tour of the city from this nicely atmospheric vantage. Most depart from the Otto Wagner Stadtbahn Pavilions on Karlsplatz.

Shopping

Pick up some gifts for friends back home, or forget about them and buy yourself a load of luxuries. You’ll find the most popular shopping street in Vienna is Mariahilferstraße and here you’ll find the big flagship stores for all sorts of global brands. If you’re looking for the chic and unique, head to the upmarket Kohlmarkt
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