One of my favorite sights was the Kunsthistoriches Museum, a spectacular building with one of the most impressive Old Masters' collections:
As a fan of Vermeer, my favorite painting was, of course, the one and only Vermeer painting they had:
There was also The Belevedere, famous for housing "The Kiss" by Gustave Klimt, but have you seen the gardens?
I couldn't take pictures of Egon Schiele's works in the Leopold Museum at the Museumsquartier. The area, and especially Schiele's works, are a definite must-see:
Seeing old monuments from the Austro-Hungarian Empire makes you understand what the word "grandeur" really means, and how you know the world will never see days like that again:
And, yes, the food. Heavy, yummy, saucy and hearty: