The Rough Guide to Vienna

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Rough Guides, 2001 - 381 strán (strany)
The Rough Guide to Vienna is the definitive guide to Austria's splendid capital city. It features lively descriptions of all the sights from the Belvedere art galleries to the Prater ferris wheel, taking in the grandeur of the Ringstrasse and the intimacy of the Innere Stadt. Over fifty cafes and restaurants are critically reviewed along with the lowdown on Vienna's inimitable coffee houses. Informative background on the capital's glorious Hapsburg heritage also covered comprehensively, as well as its contemporary cultural and political life.
 

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Red tape and visas
17
Part Two The City
31
Chapter 2
46
Chapter 3
88
Chapter 4
104
The Ringstrasse
119
Chapter 5
154
The Vorstadte
168
before and after 123 Eisenstadt
269
Tulln
278
Chapter 10
289
Kunsthistorisches Museum Viennas hotels and pensions 292293
292
1
301
Chapter 12
318
Chapter 13
328
Chapter 14
334

Chapter 7
206
Chapter 8
218
Map List
223
Innere Stadl centre 4849 Dobling and Heiligenstadt
252
Out of the City
262
A History of Vienna
343
The Vorstadte 170171 The breakup of the AustroHungarian
352
Books
362
Glossary
370
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Rob Humphreys has been writing for Rough Guides since 1989. He has traveled extensively, writing Pocket Rough Guide London (with S. Cook), Pocket Rough Guide Prague, and The Rough Guide to London (with S. Cook). Rob is also the coauthor of The Rough Guide to Scotland, The Rough Guide to Scottish Highlands & Islands, and The Great Glen Rough Guides Snapshot Scotland.

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