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Mariahilfer Straße 17, 1060 Wien

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Our City Guide

Here are a few things to look out for in and around the city.

  • Hotels - Premium

    Hotel Sacher

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    Hotels - Premium

    Hotel Sacher

    The Hotel Sacher, which opened in 1876, is well-situated, directly across from the State Opera House. Treat yourself to the world-famous original Sacher Torte at the hotel’s Café Sacher.

  • Shopping - Something for yourself

    Kaufhaus Steffl

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    Shopping - Something for yourself

    Kaufhaus Steffl

    Steffl is an exclusive department store in the very center of Vienna, catering to the needs of the discerning fashionista.

  • Things to see - Historical sites

    Albertina

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    Things to see - Historical sites

    Albertina

    Built in the 2nd half of the 17th century, the Albertina now serves as a museum. It houses one of the largest and most important print collections in the world, with approximately 65,000 drawings and about 1 million old master prints, as well as modern graphic work, photographs and architectural drawings.

  • Dining - Lunch with friends

    Naschmarkt - NENI

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    Dining - Lunch with friends

    Naschmarkt - NENI

    Vienna’s best-known market has some 120 market stands, and restaurants for a colorful culinary experience. The Naschmarkt has developed into a meeting point for young and old alike. Neni serves delicious Israeli-Oriental specialities.

  • Things to see - Historical sites

    BELVEDERE

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    Things to see - Historical sites

    BELVEDERE

    The Belvedere, built in the 1700s as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy, is set in its original Baroque park landscape. The palace houses the most important display of Austrian art, from the Middle Ages to the present day, and has the world's largest Gustav Klimt collection.

  • Dining - Slow breakfast

    Café Hawelka

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    Dining - Slow breakfast

    Café Hawelka

    Entire books have been written at, and about, this prototype of a classic cafe. It represents one of the last great Central European traditions of writer and artist coffeehouses. The interior decor was created by a student of well-known Jugendstil architect, Adolf Loost, and has remained untouched. The Café, opened in 1939, is still run by Leopold Hawelka and his family.

  • Dining - Late Drinks

    Loos Bar

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    Dining - Late Drinks

    Loos Bar

    Also known as the American Bar, Loos was designed in 1908 by Adolf Loos, a pioneer of modern architecture. When Marianne Kohn took over in 1995, the bar became the place to be and be-seen.

  • Things to see - Historical sites

    Burggarten

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    Things to see - Historical sites

    Burggarten

    Located in the city center, the Burggarten used to be the Emperor’s private garden. Opened to the public in 1919, it has famous garden sculptures, and a beautiful greenhouse, home to hundreds of tropical butterflies.

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Management

Michael Kapfer

Chairman

vienna@fcb.com

Creative

Christoph Schlossnikel

Creative Director

christoph.schlossnikel@fcb.com

New Business

Alexandra Kaltenboeck

New Business Manager

alexandra.kaltenboeck@fcb.com

Human Resources

Isabell Fabsich

HR Manager

isabell.fabsich@fcb.com