The first thing you see getting out of the underground in central Vienna
It wasn't the best day when Mum and I took the train there, and by that I mean it was raining and freezing. However, Vienna does have epic Christmas light decorations, and several markets, so we could feed our Christmas addiction.
I started by discovering the kaiserkrainer, which is a sausage filled with cheese. NOM. We also had hot chocolate, a giant donut filled with chocolate and I had apply strudel in a cafe. Jealous yet?
|In one of the main shopping streets of Vienna|
|Mum at the Christmas markets|
|Bratwurst and Kaiserkrainer (filled with cheese!)|
|Hot chocolate in a boot|
|The buildings around Vienna are huge, which is strange after being in the small old town of Bratislava|
|Looking out from Parliament|
|A great example of the amazing buildings (I'm a bit obsessed with buildings)|
|One of the biggest markets|
|Giant donut filled with chocolate!|
|Beautiful decorations in the streets|
|Back outside the church|
|Walking back to the train station|
|Johann Strauss - composer of the waltz|
We managed to see everything we wanted to within plenty of time, even though some was in the dark since it was winter, and headed back to Bratislava on the train. Easy!