The Original Sacher-Torte is still hand-made using Franz Sacher’s original recipe to this day, and is best enjoyed with a dollop of unsweetened whipped cream. (Chocolate) dreams do come true!
Point of Interest
“I highly recommend a ring tram tour to better understand the city and soak up some great history and knowledge. You can hop on at Schwedenplatz (1st district). It's the yellow tram! Quick way to hit all the famous sites in one go!”
“Opera and fine architecture is synonymous with Vienna, and the Vienna State Opera provides both in abundance. This outstanding building is located centrally in the Innere Stadt district and is considered one of the finest Opera Houses in the world. The exterior has a Neo-Renaissance style and is characterised by its many arches and arched windows, while the interior is extremely decadent and feels more like a palace than a place of musical celebration. Daily guided tours are available which last around 40 minutes and give a good overview of the building. If you wanted to see a live concert or Opera, you would need to research what is showing before your visit and buy tickets.”
“Take a seat outside and enjoy a nice afternoon coffee or drink for some of the best people watching. This is a place to be seen!”
“Delve Into Vienna’s Third Wave Coffee Culture Right in the heart of the city, the Fenster Café is exactly what the name says – a Window Coffee Place – that serves the most affordable espresso in Vienna for 0,99 cents, coffee in a chocolate-covered ice cream cone, and a wide range of other specialties – to go! Before opening their second shop in the famous Ferstel Passage in the city center, CaffèCouture have been around in Vienna for over five years and have gained the appreciation of the locals with their know-how and passion. Enjoy! I have saved our personal favorite for last – hidden pretty much behind the famous Karlskirche, Kaffefabrik is a small neighborhood coffee shop that has won our hearts. Their coffee is made from freshly roasted beans they acquire themselves from farmers in Africa, India, and South America.”