The one-time metropolis of the Monarchy has not lost any of its charm. Vienna is the capital and the biggest town of Austria, and at the same time the country’s political, cultural, commercial, industrial, and transportation center. In 2013 its population exceeded 1.7 million, thus it belongs to Austria’s most populated cities and is the European Union’s most populated city. Today, it still plays a determining role, is the third seat of the ENSZ in addition to New York and Genf. Thanks to its history, rich cultural and art treasures, it is one of most popular tourist destinations in Europa. Those visiting Vienna will have a lot of options to enjoy culture and gastronomy: who wouldn’t know Wiener Schnitzel, or a lot of other magnificent tastes taken over from countries of the one-time Monarchy? In the famous Vienna cafés one may have a rest with a slice of Sacher cake. In the evening have a mug of beer in one of the bars that offer a wide domestic variety for everyone. When you visit sights you should not only see Stephans Dom, the Opera, the Parliament, the Town House, the Castle Park (Prater), and the market (Naschmarkt) but also visit Hofburg and the Schönbrunn Castle with its beautiful park and fountains. Once in Vienna downtown, it is compulsory to have a real Vienna latte in one of the unforgettable cafés or confectionaries, or simple eat an original Vienna sausage (wurst) and enjoy the still full elegance and beauty of the one-time imperial city. In addition to its beauty it is an important aspect that Austria’s capital as a commercial, industrial, travelling, and tourist center also plays a significant role for those who wish to spend their professional practice abroad – almost in all groups of professions: from health care to social trades, from industrial, engineering, logistics, and managing professions to tourism and catering trade.