Vienna is my favourite city of all time. I visited it for the first time in 2008 and instantly fell in love with the cold majestic beauty of the city. Since then I have visited the city few times, but I never got bored of it. Vienna is lovely during the day, but the real beauty of the city is revealed after dark when many of the sites are illuminated. If you have time, don’t miss to take a walk when darkness falls to enjoy the majesty of this imperial city. In the photo essay “What to see in Vienna at night” I gathered some of the photos I took during my last visit. I started the walk from Karlskirche and after 2 hours (about 4 km) of strolling around the city I ended in front of Stephansdom. The last photo of the Viennese giant wheel I took during my previous trip. Don’t miss to take a ride on the Viennese giant wheel in the evening. The views of the city all illuminated are stunning.
What to see in Vienna at night
Map of what to see in Vienna at night
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