Our last day in Vienna was a pretty chilled out one. We woke up leisurely, packed everything up and headed out in search of refuge in a cosy cafe for lunch.
We decided to go to Cafe Mozart, as I am a fan having played some of his pieces for some of my piano exams back in the day.
Caffeine was much needed and it was absolutely freezing so I ordered a latte.
Amit went for Chocolate Mousse on sponge cake for lunch. Ahem. To be fair the cafe had a massive display of different cakes and desserts it was difficult to resist.
Cheese was massive!
Loved the variety of fruit and veg in this stall.
I saw a spice stall but the lady was against having photos taken so unfortunately can’t share.
After that we headed back to the hotel and had a look at all the art on display. My favourites are pictured below.
We had a fabulous time in Vienna and it was a lovely time of year to experience it as it was so festive. It is freezing so best to have a thick coat, scarf and gloves and boots. It does add to the winter charm as everything looks magical.
We got to see the Christmas markets at Schönbrunn palace (pictured below) and had amazing food (Sacher Torte and sweet and savoury strudels). Would highly recommend it as a winter city break.
There is lots to see and do and you can also take a day trip to Salzburg. We didn’t go this time round but definitely next time.
We are now off to Lisbon for a couple of days where it will be warmer and sunnier!