Today I will write about Vienna and my experience visiting this beautiful city. Vienna is the capital city of Austria. It is located in the East of Austria and it close to Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary as well. It is the cultural an economic center of Austria and its language is germane.
Vienna has a musical legacy; the more important are Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johannes Brahms, Gustav Mahler and Arnold Schoenberg. Some people would call it as a “The city of Dreams”, accordingly it was hometown of Sigmund Freud. In the city center we can find Baroque castles, gardens, monuments and parks. Also we can find Romanesque, classicist, art nouveau, and modern architecture. There is a place that receives many tourist visits it is The Hundertwasserhaus, it building was designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
Regarding with my travel partners I were to Vienna with my friend Yenny and her boyfriend, how they speak germane I had any problem understanding however sometimes I could speak in English. We traveled by car, it was not a long journey from Munich from my point of view, thus my friends were so tired. I enjoyed the scenery and landscape while we were coming to Vienna even so it was in winter season it was breathtaking view, as far as I remembered it.
As far as concerned, Vienna is an elegant, lovely, attractive and admirable city. I could feel as an elegant woman, actually I amJ. As I said before I went to this place with some friends, they found strange that I wanted to visit the cemetery; it was the only point to discuss in our trip. I just wanted to see the Mozart tomb, in fact I did not know why! I just felt that I had to visit, and then they agreed with me. When we arrived I started to seek for Mozart tomb and I found it. I was happy and I wanted to feel the wise energy from this place. Some people may disagree with me but I could feel it, I was fulfilled.
Afterwards we had a look around the city center, drinking a delicious chocolate, and listening classical music. I remembered St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Stephansplatz, Belvedere Palace, Austrian Parliament Building, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Rathaus, Vienna State Opera and Albertina as well.