City vineyards, cycling tours, reminders of a dark history and a walking tour of that Vienna movie classic, The Third Man. Readers share their favourite places in central Europe’s old imperial capital
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From anywhere along the Ringstrasse, take the D tram to its end station, picturesque Nussdorf. From therefollow Wildgrubgasse as it curves its way through Vienna’s wine area. Dotted along the way are small Heuriger (wine taverns) where you can sit among the grapevines and soak up the city view. The best time of year to visit is autumn, when these guesthouses serve up the year’s new wines, sturm (fermented, pressed grape juice) and cold platters of cheeses, pickles and breads. If your legs are a little wobbly after the wine, there’s a train back into the city..