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Christian Zechmeister  © Christian Zechmeister

Christian Zechmeister

The Burgenland is Austria's most easterly state. It used to belong to Hungary, but became a part of Austria in 1921, which makes it the most recent addition to Austrian states. The result is a region so multicultural and diverse, perfect for travelers with a free spirit, as Christian Zechmeister, Marketing Director of the Burgenland, explains in our podcast. Aside from 300 days of sunshine a year, there are many other things that make the Burgenland a fantastic place to visit.

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Le LOFT restaurant © Le Loft Restaurant, Vienna Sofitel Stephansdom


Sure, you could dine at the ground floor level. But Vienna's the kind of city that demands a view, and for lovers of fine cuisine, Le LOFT cannot be beaten. Located on the 18th floor of the Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom, the restaurant marries Austrian cuisine with French influence. An extraordinary wine collection awaits with over 500 different exquisite local and international vintages. Beyond the restaurant's glass walls lies one of the most striking panoramas in the capital.

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 © Hotel Sacher

Chocolate Everywhere

Imagine starting your day with a luxurious chocolate spa treatment, then having a slice of the world’s most famous chocolate cake at lunch, followed by a decadent hot chocolate with whipped cream at a Viennese coffee house and choosing a souvenir from numerous chocolate-creations at the confiserie next door. It’s all possible at the famous family run 5* deluxe Hotel Sacher Vienna, which owes its very existence to the success of a chocolate cake concocted back in 1832.

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Cafe-Restaurant in the Cupola Hall © Cafe-Restaurant in the Cupola Hall, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien

World-class Art & Culinary Delights

Featuring world-renowned collections dating back five millennia, Austria’s principal museum of fine arts is an institution devoted to indulging our senses. To that end, the extraordinary gallery experience has been paired with an exceptional culinary one. The café and restaurant, situated at the heart of the museum, affords not just gastronomical delights, but an architectural feast, too. There could be no better way of appreciating a city's storied culture.

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