Vienna insight.

While some members of our team headed to Bratislava, I decided to have a nice walk around Vienna. I was also thinking to hire a bike but unfortunately they were all unavailable as too many people were using them at the moment.

So, I stopped at Stephanplatz – the main square. It is named after its most prominent building, the Stephansdom, Vienna's cathedral and one of the tallest churches in the world. It’s combination of a medieval cathedral and glass and steel building.

Then I was thinking to do some shopping but unfortunately again every single shop was closed. So, I did window shopping instead )
I didn’t have a plan were to go and I ended up at the Vienna Opera where they usually show opera on a big screen in the streets.

From Vienna May,10

On my way I found a Monument against War and fascism. It’s an impressive monument that won’t leave you indifferent or apathetic. Not only you look at the monument but there is a special sound coming out from the monument that makes the right atmosphere.

From Vienna May,10

I walked through the Spanish Riding School were I could have a look at purebred horses from a distance.
Later I came across the ruins preserved from the time of Romans till the late 19th century.

From Vienna May,10

As I was rushing to the press centre to see the opening ceremony I don't have anything else to share with you tonight.