A night walking tour in Vienna – Travel Photo Mondays
Here are some of my favorite walking venues of Vienna at night time
Vienna Opera house at night
St. Stephen’s Cathedral
Interior details of the Cathedral
Along the pedestrian zones in the Stephansdom’s area, it is very busy and lively with open air cafes, lit up buildings, shops and landmarks all open for the night visitor. It’s quite pleasant strolling through Stephansdoms and walking back to the cathedral which is relatively close by. Beautiful architecture line many of the pedestrian zones with the bottom floors containing specialty retailers, galleries and regional brands. From the Ringstrasse by the Opera house, you can easily walk through the pedestrian zones all the way to the Danube river and back. It’s seems to be a very popular pass-time checking out all the shops, looking at the dining venues on the promenade or just finding a nice spot to enjoy a Viennese pastry and enjoy some people watching.
Another shopping arcade filled with visitors enjoying a pleasant Viennese evening
Carriage rides are very popular and plentiful around the historic center of Vienna. They typically ride along the 19th century Ringstrasse filled with architectural buildings, parks, monuments and baroque inspired masterpieces that are well lit and wonderful to view by taking a nice, slow carriage ride through the district.
On a pleasant evening, it’s fun to explore Vienna at night time, especially in the historic center district inside of the Ringstrasse. There are so many beautiful landmarks, monuments and night life to enjoy in this Cultural capital of Austria and taking the time to see them at night time is quite special, don’t you think?
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