Foodies will adore Vorarlberg's flavoursome Bergkäse cheese, Styria's fruity Weissburgunder wines and pumpkin-seed oil, and Armschlag's poppy liqueur. Pop into Vienna's Grand Cacao for arty pralines and pistachio-filled Mozartkugeln. Warm up with hearty Austrian fare like tafelspitz (braised beef) and spicy goulash in the Alps. Tuck into Wiener Schnitzel (bread-crumbed veal escalope) with lashings of potato salad, washed down with gold-hued Stiegl beer. And don't forget to save room for fluffy apple strudel in Vienna's 1950s-style Café Prückel, or chocolatey Sachertorte at Café Sacher.
A culinary voyage around the world does not take 80 days but minutes at Vienna’s Naschmarkt. It is named the “city’s stomach” by locals. The Naschmarkt has existed since the 18th century and is Vienna’s largest inner city market.