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Vienna, the capital of Austria and the heart of Central Europe, is a romantic, elegant and lively city from a cultural and artistic point of view. The “City of Dreams” – as Vienna is nicknamed – is divided into 23 districts, and its historic center has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A carriage ride, a visit to the museums to appreciate the works of Schiele and Klimt, and a tasty stop at the Hotel Sacher, to taste a slice of the legendary cake of the same name, will make you fall in love with Vienna. In summer the colors come to life and the Prater (the city park) becomes an unmissable attraction!
- 1 GOLF COURSES
- 2 WHERE TO STAY IN VIENNA AREA
- 3 WHAT TO EAT IN VIENNA
- 4 WHERE TO EAT IN VIENNA AREA
- 5 YOUR FREE EXTRA-GOLF TIME IN VIENNA AREA
- 6 HOW TO REACH VIENNA ZONE
- 6.1 Airport
- 6.2 Search and book your best flight
- 6.3 Relax at the airport waiting for your flight
- 6.4 Search and book your best private flight
- 6.5 Claim compensation for your flight delay or cancellation
- 6.6 Search and book the best car rental offer
- 6.7 Plan Your Train Journey
- 6.8 Airport Transfer
- 6.9 The comfort and relaxation of your private transport from / to the airport
- 6.10 Vienna Transfers & Ground Transport
- 6.11 Suitcases
- 6.12 Golf Travel Gear
- 7 TRAVEL INSURANCE
- 8 CALL TO ACTION
- 9 Don’t forget to read:
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To book Tee Time, it is best to send an email to the secretary of the Golf Club you have chosen, asking for availability, obviously indicating the day and an indicative time. You can find the e-mail address by opening the Golf Club website from “Open website” and then searching for “contacts” or some Golf Clubs have the form to fill out to get the Tee Time. I think it’s better to send an email to the Secretariat. Opens Google Map at the point of the Golf Club. You can have the necessary information to reach the playing field or to know the distances for example from the Hotel you have chosen for the stay.
WHERE TO STAY IN VIENNA AREA
WHAT TO EAT IN VIENNA
Vienna’s charm is majestic. Among imposing buildings, international museums and works of art, the Austrian capital offers an incredible glance. Not to be missed is the Museum of Art History, as well as Schonbrunn Castle and the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, where the famous Kiss by Gustav Klimt is located. But the old Habsburg residences, galleries and other places used for art are not the only reason to visit this imperial city. Even the kitchen, in fact, offers satisfactions, with a tradition rich in both European and oriental influences, and excellent desserts to be enjoyed in one of the many suggestive cafes.
The Austrian culinary tradition has undergone multiple influences from the peoples who were part of the Habsburg Empire. Among the typical dishes we can thus find goulash, perhaps the best known preparation of Hungarian cuisine, based on veal, onion, tomato and paprika; meat and potato recipes, or game, as well as soups (such as onion-based zwiebelsuppe), soups and pates. Sauerkraut is present in many preparations, and the use of spices, a clear reference to the Middle East, is common. In particular, the Turkish community is very present with its cuisine, which you can taste in places like the Naschmarkt: falafel, hummus, kebabs and many other dishes, to be eaten there or taken away.
The Viennese and Austrian tradition is rich in soups and soups. Starting from the Frittatensuppe, the “omelette soup”, or noodles of omelette in beef broth, passing through the rindsuppe (which means “beef soup”), where we find carrots, onions, parsley and celery. The Eachtlingsuppe with potatoes, milk and eggs is also typical, and the Topfen soup, made with ricotta, cream and aromatic herbs, served with black bread and tufts of chives.
The stuffed dumplings look a bit like dumplings: inside there can be meat, fish or vegetables, and there are several variations that differ in the main ingredients. The Semmelknödel, for example, are based on bread, as well as the Serviettenknödel, a large dumpling of stale bread, cooked in a bain-marie, which is then served in slices.
Viennese or Milanese? We are talking about the cutlet, of course, which in fact has a long tradition in the Austrian capital. The classic side dish of this breaded veal slice is the French fries, which make this already greedy dish even more inviting.
Vienna is home to one of the most famous desserts in the world, the Sachertorte (recommended, among others, those of Cafe Sacher Wien, in Philharmonikerstrasse 4 and Cafe Mozart, in Albertinaplatz), but the desserts of the Austrian tradition are not limited to this masterpiece of chocolate and apricot jam. Apple strudel is also typical, as are the “Mozart balls”, Mozartflugeln, pralines covered in gianduia and dark chocolate, with a marzipan filling. If you are in town, take the opportunity to taste the crêpes garnished with apple or plum juice and icing sugar, known as Kaiserschmarrn. Finally, don’t forget that there is also the sweet version of potato gnocchi: Marillenknödel, stuffed with apricots and jam, served with melted butter and cinnamon.
WHERE TO EAT IN VIENNA AREA
To facilitate your search and choice of the best Michelin restaurant / tavern in VIENNA area I insert the link to the Michelin Guide website. Enjoy your meal!
YOUR FREE EXTRA-GOLF TIME IN VIENNA AREA
Tour & Activities
Food, Wine & Cooking class
HOW TO REACH VIENNA ZONE
Vienna International Airport
Search and book your best flight
Relax at the airport waiting for your flight
Search and book your best private flight
Claim compensation for your flight delay or cancellation
Search and book the best car rental offer
Plan Your Train Journey
The comfort and relaxation of your private transport from / to the airport
Vienna Transfers & Ground Transport
If you use air flights always remember to check the size of the baggage on the airline’s website !!
Golf Travel Gear
!! Absolutely fundamental, always any trip you make, below I point out two opportunities !!
CALL TO ACTION
You have everything you need to organize your next Golf Holiday in absolute freedom to choose when, where, how. If you need help, you don’t understand how some reservations work, don’t hesitate to send us a simple email, we will try to solve your problem. Mail: email@example.com
Golf Holiday Trip Consultin
If you have little time or little desire, don’t worry, together we can, in 1 hour, build your best golf vacation. Send us an email for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org