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Now, I only spent about a week there, but it was enough time to get a general feel for the place, and I was there in April. Even though it was late April, it was still super cold, so I was wearing my hat, heavy jacket. But nonetheless, because I was on a tight schedule, I just kind of pushed myself through it and still, you know, got to the museums, still got to the nightlife, still checked out day game potential and all that, so I could bring you this review.
Now, some of the pros about the city is that, first of all, the city is extremely beautiful. The architecture is absolutely beautiful. It feels wealthy. You can just walk kind of down any street, and it feels like you are walking through an open-air museum because it seems like a lot of the buildings are made up of white marble or some kind of material that feels like white marble.
So, it has that museum feel to it. Another good thing about the city is that it is a big city, but it is not absolutely so big that it feels overwhelming and the city is very easy to navigate. You can kind of bicycle around the city, and they have a great public transportation system.
Another great thing is that no German is required. If you want to go to Budapest in Hungary, no problem. Just jump on a train. So, you know if you were living in Vienna, you could very easily take weekend or long weekend trips to other cities, which is very cool.
Some of the downsides is, of course, the city is rather expensive, more expensive that you find in Eastern Europe or the United States because we are talking about a Western European city here. It kind of feels like a museum, and just like if you spend a week in a single museum, it could feel kind of dull after a while. I got the impression that if you spend a long time in Vienna, it could feel kind of stuffy and authoritarian and just too orderly for a lot of people including myself.