Both elegant and convivial, the cafés signal an art of living that you should not miss, particularly in Vienna. Some addresses in the capital are actually unmissable, both for their Art Deco setting and their comfort: padded seats, daily newspapers gracefully arranged, a glass of water served with the coffee and spontaneously renewed by the waiter! If you would like to have a game of billiards, choose the Sperl on Gumperdorfer Strasse; the Hawelka on Dorotheergasse to see and be seen, or the Museum on Karlsplatz, to chat about philosophy or literature.
The banks of the Danube are very popular with many tourists, especially when the sun is shining.© Willfried Gredler / age fotostock
Coffee-making in Vienna a veritable learned skill.© Willfried Gredler / age fotostock
This Renaissance-style castle is located in the south of Innsbruck. It attracts many tourists, who flock to the surrounding cafes.© Glowimages / age fotostock
Austrian towns are overflowing with little streets full of small cafes, to the great delight of visitors.© © Carlos Rodrigues / Easyvoyage
The café terraces create a welcoming and festive atmosphere in the towns.© © Carlos Rodrigues / Easyvoyage