Vienna – “Maya Sabbah” Maya Sabbah
Visiting Vienna is not like any visit to any other city, it is the city that enchants upon arrival, through a wonderful mixture of imperial heritage, rich palaces, classical authentic art and contemporary creativity .. many details you have never seen before anywhere else.
The city is distinguished by its architectural styles dating back to the Baroque era, that is, the period from the late sixteenth century until the early eighteenth century and the reign of Empress Maria Theresa. Here every story has a corner, and every building has a story.
From the center of the opera house built in the 1920s to the historic Hofburg Presidential Palace, to the home of the great artist Mozart, an endless history that goes beyond fairy tales and myths of eternal dreams.
However, the imperial architecture in Vienna is not only what makes it a city of beauty, but also transforms its palaces into historical museums, which made the city a central center for history and art.
Immortal palaces and lush gardens
In Vienna, and if you want to visit the city for a few days, then you should consider staying a little longer, because the day is not enough when visiting a historic palace, as the city is very famous for its legendary palaces and extensive gardens. Among the most prominent is the Schönbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Austrian family Kaiser, which contains 1441 rooms, and its gardens extend over an area of 160 hectares.
Among the palaces that were converted to the museums of the famous “Belvedere” Palace, which includes the most famous artworks, in addition to the Vienna Museum of Fine Arts and countless other museums, including the “Leopold” museum in the “MusemsQuartier” museum complex and the “Albertina” museum That includes the largest collection of graphic art in the world.
Green city, moderate weather and interaction of civilizations
Gardens, public parks, forests and agricultural lands cover nearly half of the city’s total area, with forests and green areas extending to about half of its area, which makes it the greenest European city. As for the weather, it is considered moderate with continental and oceanic impacts, as the average temperature in the year was 11.6 ° C.
The Austrian capital has always been the center of interaction between different cultures, as it was the meeting point of the ancient transport routes; the amber road and the Danube intersection, as its history is related to the Romen era, then it became home to the Duchy dynasty of the Babenberg family for a period of 600 years.
Grand Vian Hotel Grand Hotel Wien Historical
We spent 3 nights at the legendary Grand Hotel Wien in the elegant Ringstrasse in central Vienna. The aesthetic of this hotel in the history it carries, as it was founded in 1870 and its walls tell authentic historical tales, combining Viennese magic, timeless elegance, the latest services and the finest cuisine. A location in the heart of the capital, in the middle of the main shopping street and near the metro and tramway, made it one of the most important hotels.
The hotel has 205 luxurious rooms and suites, all of which guarantee the highest levels of comfort, true warmth and hospitality. As for matters related to the kitchen, the hotel includes 5 restaurants and two bars among the best in the city, and they were honored with many awards. In the summer months, guests can sample exquisite dishes on the rooftop terrace with a wonderful view of the Vienna rooftops, as well as one of the most famous Japanese restaurants in the entire city. We cannot forget the spa, the Turkish bath, the separate ladies sauna, the elegant relaxation area and the heart section with the latest training facilities and the latest comprehensive beauty and massage services.
Not enough pages, books, and volumes will suffice to describe the stories and history of this capital, but all we can say about it: it is the charming city that will captivate your heart.
An important tourist destination for the population of the Gulf Cooperation Council states
Tourism statistics proved that the year 2020 was a new record year for tourists, as the number of visitors reached about 7.5 million visitors.
In the past ten years, the number of expatriates from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries has almost tripled. In the period from January to December 2020, the number of visitors from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries reached 145.112 tourists.
Tour the famous gigs and relax in the Viennese cafes
One of the most fascinating things that an authentic city has to offer is the famous tour of one of the famous horse-drawn carriages – also known as “vickers” – a comfortable yet very romantic way to discover Vienna’s city center. The term “Fiaker” arose from the French, and refers to the position of a horse-drawn carriage on the Paris de Saint-Vienkers Street.
Today it is hard to imagine a cityscape without these carts. If you are ninety for memories in Vienna, do not miss this opportunity.
As for the cafes, they constitute a magnet for tourists, and it is considered a second home for the local people, which was in an ancient time a key point for the gathering of artists and writers of the cultural institution. The culture of Viennese cafes was officially added to the list of intangible cultural heritage of UNESCO in 2011, as the city includes more than 2,000 cafes of all kinds.
One of the historical cafes in which we sat “Cafe Central”, which is waiting for visitors in a long line in front of his door to find a vacant table inside. While this cafe is distinguished by its delicious food, delicious coffee, artistic style and ancient historical atmosphere.
It is on the roof of a museum Kunsthistorisches To explore the beekeeping method
You will not expect that Vienna offers the most delicious honey you can taste. On a unique tour and exclusive experience with “He”, we went up to the roof of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, where we received Thomas Zelenka, who made the place a useful haven for him since 2014. .
It is a mistake to imagine that bees have found nothing to eat in the city center, as the immediate vicinity of the museum offers an amazing array of nectar sources due to the city’s singing of gardens and parks. That is why 200,000 bees live on the roof of this museum, producing the finest honey.
“Bees are wild animals, and all I can do is create an ideal environment for them,” Thomas told He. I find places to gather them, arrange shelters for natural woods, and look after them very carefully. I inherited this business seriously, and later became my profession. ”
Horse carriages downtown
Visiting Vienna is not like any other city
Impressive and captivating features
A statue of the great artist Mozart
The Presidential Palace in central Vienna
One of the luxurious suites of the Grand Hotel Wien
The spa is inside the Grand Hotel Wien
Schonbrunn Palace Gardens
Lobby Hotel Grand Hotel Wien
Grand Hotel Wien
Hofburg Presidential Palace
The heart of Vienna is the old city
A charming shot of Schonbrunn Palace
Le Ciel restaurant inside the Grand Hotel Wien
Breeders “Thomas Zelenka”
Natural honey products