Innsbruck, Austria

Innsbruck, Austria


For dirndls - h. Moser, Lanz, Jahn-Markl

Best view in Salzburg - Museum of Modern Art (get a drink here or come for the view, if not dinner!)

Blaue Gans for dinner 

Kaffee-Alchemie - for great takeaway coffee

Cafe Wurzel Zucker (Griesgasse 13) - best apple strudel

Carpe Diem for dinner 


Figlmuller - Make a reservation ahead of time, they are known for their (giant) wiener schnitzel. Very well-known. 

Cafe Sacher - You cannot, CANNOT, leave Vienna without having a slice of sacher-torte at Cafe Sacher. It's in the Hotel Sacher right near the center, and it's my favorite thing. It melts in your mouth, combined "mit schlag," a small dollop of not-too-sweet whipped cream.

Cafe Sperl - I love this classic cafe for ordering coffee, reading, and people watching. It feels like you're in Vienna circa 1950. 10-15 minute walk from the center. 

Julius Meinl - shopping in the town center. 

Spanish Riding School - take an hour-long tour.

Naschmarkt - can't be missed for food lovers. 

At Christmas - don't miss the Chriskindlmarkt at the Vienna Rahaus (City Hall) - it smells like cinnamon, nutmeg, and sugar. 

Joseph Bakery