I walked back to my room, after I enjoyed my drink at this awesome place. Tired, yet satisfied with all that I covered in short time. I ordered for Shakshouka (which was an egg curry) with bread from a Middle Eastern place called Tewa at Karmelitermarkt.
Well all good things comes to an end and so did my amazing day in Vienna ended with memories enough to last for lifetime.
On my bed with lots of excitement for my much awaited next destination - Budapest.
Some useful tips before you travel:
Summer is the best time to travel. Days are longer and pleasant.
Expect rains anytime, so be prepared.
Public Transport is easy and cheap so do opt for SBahn, UBahn, Buses and Trams for commuting.
The main train station is Vienna Hauptbahnhof, if you are travelling to other European countries.
People majorly speak German, but also understand and speak decent English.
Vienna Pass and Vienna Card are good options as they offer entry to major attractions of the city, loads of discounts on eateries and cafes and multiple travel through public transports.
Though my travel as a solo woman was extremely hassle free, it is always better to be cautious and stay safe.
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