Day 3 of our Vienna trip started with breakfast at Cafe Aida, which has lots of branches across Vienna.
The Coffee was amazing and the one pictured below is a small “Brauner” which is espresso, cream and whipped cream.
This cafe and its branches were set up by Josef Prousek in 1913. All the cafes were destroyed during WW2 and in 1948 AIDA reopened in Wollzeile and the rest is history. The cakes, pastries and coffee are pretty epic.
After a hearty breakfast, we headed off for day 2 of the Hop on Hop off bus tour. I am glad I packed extra layers of clothing as it was absolutely freezing!
I did have to buy a beanie hat from H&M as my ears were super cold.
Europe is pretty on edge after the Paris attacks and we saw banners like this one pictured below across the city. Europe does feel like one at a time like this.
There were plenty of different museums and points of interest you could stop at on the different routes along the way.
It was really interesting as you could get a sense of the Austrian history in snippets.
After a round on the ferris wheel and braving the cold we were hungry.
Above is a short clip of the lovely lady putting the different toppings on our langos. We went for garlic, onions and cheese.
After that we went to the hotel, played cards and then headed out for our last dinner in Vienna. We chose to go to Do & Co, a restaurant with a view.
A highlight of the meal was their assorted salt much to the delight of my salt loving husband.
We were in a food coma after that so headed straight to bed.
Tomorrow is our last day in Vienna before we head to Lisbon for a couple of days.