Whatever your style when you stay in a city, there's a Ruby spot for you in Vienna. Spiralling out from the inner city, Vienna's split into districts – each with its own unique character and must-see spots.
The 1st district, Innere Stadt, is the heart of the city and home to the Vienna State Opera, St Stephen’s Cathedral, and the Hofburg, along with pretty Stadtpark. It's also where you'll find Ruby Lissi. The easiest way to see all the big sights is to follow your nose (or hop on a tram) on a loop of the Ringstrasse, which encircles the 1st district.
For a change of pace, follow the river south east to Landstrasse (the 3rd district), and Ruby Sofie. This quiet corner of town was once Vienna's diplomatic quarter, so expect opulent architecture and plenty of places to stop for coffee and Sacher torte.
While out this way, be sure to swing by the Belvedere Palace for beautiful architecture and outstanding art – including Klimt's iconic Kiss. Alternative art fans should check out the colourful Hundertwasserhaus and the Museum of Art Fakes.
When you're ready for a change of scene, trace your way back towards Innere Stadt to MuseumsQuartier. The Leopold Museum, mumok and the Kunsthistorisches Museum will keep art-lovers amused for hours, while the Museum of Natural History boasts dino bones and meteorites.
Shopaholics meanwhile, should set a course for the 7th district – also known as Neubau. The building that Ruby Marie calls home was once a grand department store, and the street below is still a shopper's paradise. Lined with international brands and independent boutiques, Mariahilfer Strasse is a great place for some serious retail therapy.