Explore the best of Vienna
- Written in an interesting way
- Lots of zoomable maps and route planners
- Favorites section
- Interface is a little bland
With its splendid edifices, magnificent palaces and imposing churches, Vienna is one of the most picturesque capitals in Europe.
Exploring the city on your own is fine, but if you really want to get to know its hidden treasures you should download this Dorling Kindersley guide. As well as outlining interesting information and facts about Vienna's main highlights, the DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide & Map also presents the lesser-known places of interest in the city in a novel way.
The Top Ten section of the guide serves up a feast of ten-best lists to help you decide where to go and what to do in the Austrian capital. It recommends, for instance, the top artistic treasures in the Hofburg Palace, the best ten types of coffee available, and the pick of the children's activities on offer in Vienna.
Although the user interface isn't particularly attractive, it's easy enough to explore and you can delve around it for road and transport maps, tips on staying safe in the city, as well as a handy 'Favorites' section for recording your to-see list.
If you're traveling to Vienna and want to travel light, this handy PDA guide will save you carrying around extra books and maps.