This is the latest in a series of personal travel posts following a trip I made with my daughter last month! Previous destinations are linked at the bottom of this blog post. and you can click through to see more about our travels on my family blog here.
Vienna ended up being one of my favourite places that we visited. I had no real idea of what it would be like.. I imagined the buildings would be ornate and it would be beautiful but that was about it. Vienna is cool, beautiful but gritty. Maybe not quite as cool as Berlin, maybe not as beautiful as Paris, but like their love child, taking a bit from each. And they have a bakery on every corner. What's not to love?
We were in Vienna for Easter Sunday, which meant celebrations and Easter markets in different areas of the city, much like the Christmas markets. We hung out at the markets, eating waffles and looking at the wares, visited the bakeries, looked around the flea market at Naschmarkt where we were staying and visited Prater, Vienna's permanent fairground.
I won't go on too much with loads of details on this post, but you can see my personal account of what we got up to as well as links and recommendations over on my personal family blog here (plus links to that amazing rooftop accommodation we had overlooking Vienna's skyline..) ANYWAY, here are some favourite images..
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