Vienna is the city in Austria, where it’s artistic and intellectual legacy shaped by the imperial palaces. It has a well-developed social market economy with indestructible Industrial system, whereas International tourism acts as the backbone of Austria. The services industry is Austria's fastest growing industrial sector. About one sixth of Austria's three million wages and salary workforce is employed in the trade and industry sector, which contributes some 13% to the GDP. Tourism is the country's biggest foreign exchange earner and the fastest growing sector: 220,000 people in 40,000 tourist establishments generate 10% of Austria's economic output. In 2012, Austria lodged some 131 million guests.
The tourist attraction places in Vienna are divided into historic walks, Museums, monuments and statues, Religious places, scared tours and food life. The top 10 attractions are Schonbrunn Palace, Hofburg Imperial Palace, Hundertwasserhaus, Belvedere Complex, Ringstrasse, Burggarten, St Stephen's Cathedral, Graben, Spanish Riding School, and Wiener Rathaus. Vienna is also said to be "The City of Dreams" because of its music legacy. They named it so, because Vienna was the home to the world's first psycho-analyst – Sigmund Freud. The climate of Vienna will be called as a marine west coast climate with maximum average temperature of 19°C in the month of july and coldest in the month of January with -1°C.