It is impossible not to fall in love with Vienna, the city of palaces, parks, museums, opera, Sacher cake and strudel. This city seems to be just created to be admired. However, even this almost heavenly corner of Europe may turn out to be not entirely welcoming if certain rules are not followed. Any city has criminal areas where everyone can be deprived of any valuable thing. In Vienna, the area where St. Stephen’s Cathedral is located is especially unsafe in this sense. Near this cathedral, thefts happen with regular frequency. Local pickpockets clean bags and pockets even in the temple, so you should not lose your head from the beauty of the cathedral, but it is better to keep your presence of mind and show sufficient attention to personal belongings. Everyone knows that Mozart is connected with Vienna, and therefore the museum dedicated to the great musician is very popular and is considered an obligatory part of any excursion program. Entrance to this museum costs at least ten euros. But even in this case, the traveler may be disappointed, since a huge number of things are exhibited here that are not directly related to Mozart. Only notes and some letters are directly related to him. Here you are unlikely to find furniture or clothes that the great musician used. Also, do not plan a whole weekend for shopping in Vienna. Most shops in the capital of Austria are open until 17:00 on Saturdays, and on Sundays they are completely closed. Therefore, it is better to devote weekend days to some kind of excursion, and it is better to go shopping on a weekday. If you want to try the famous Mozartkugel, you should not pay attention to all of his offers, since most of them are just a fake. At one time, Paul Furst, the creator of the famous marzipan-filled sweets, forgot to patent his invention, and therefore a huge number of such sweets are produced today. The real Mozartkugel, wrapped in blue foil, has been produced for over a hundred years at the Furst factory in Salzburg. Viennese constantly go to exhibitions, concerts or just walk in the parks. Anything can be a source of joy in life, from Michelin-starred restaurants to a modest picnic in the park. The life of the Viennese is good, but without pretensions. They feel like city dwellers, but never break away from nature. There are about 130 thousand students in Vienna, which cannot but affect the general atmosphere. If you decide to go to the Vienna Opera for show, then you should not do this. The reason for this was the high cost of tickets to the opera. In this case, you will definitely not get to the most famous singer. In addition, not knowing the plot of the opera will cause you to have quite a hard time understanding the demonstration.