Hofburg and the Castle Garden
Originally a medieval fortified castle dating from the 13th century, the Hofburg was extended by each emperor, eventually coming to resemble a ‘city within a city’. The sprawling, asymmetric complex which extends over 240,000 m² consists of 18 wings, 19 courtyards and 2,600 rooms in which nearly 5,000 people still work and live today.
St. Stephen’s Cathedral
The first church to occupy the site of St. Stephan’s Cathedral was a Romanesque church, which was replaced by a larger Romanesque basilica in 1147. A major fire in 1258 destroyed the basilica and construction on the present Gothic cathedral began in the early 14th century. The cathedral suffered damage during the Turkish seige of 1683 and again in the closing days of World War II, when fire from streetfighting leapt to the rooftop. The cathedral was reopened in 1948; the roof was repaired and decorated with ceramic tiles donated by Viennese citizens in 1950. Among the important events that have occurred at St. Stephen’s are Mozart’s wedding in 1782 and his funeral in December 1791.
Cut of Veal
Palace Schonbrunn and Christmas Market
Naschmarkt & Brunnenmarkt
The fountain market is the longest street market in Vienna  and extends in the 16th district of Vienna , Ottakring , in Brunnengasse from the Thalia Street toOttakringerstraße . On weekdays Monday through Friday around 40 to 50 stalls are on the market, while it may be on Saturdays 120. He is after the Naschmarkt is the second largest urban market in Vienna.
Kaiserschmarrn or Kaiserschmarren
Type of pancake