All major discoveries by Sigmund Freud were made in Vienna. Therefore one cannot but consider the cultural and social impact of the city on Dr Sigmund Freud and the whole psychoanalytic movement
Vienna is also the city where the Viennese Psychoanalytic Society (Otto Rank, Herman Nunberg, Paul Federn, Otto Fenichel, Helene Deutsch...) was active and where the Viennese Psychoanalytic polyclinic operated (i.a. Dr Wilhelm Reich).
The SFTV will let you revive the places where psychoanalysis started
Vienna is currently also the most liveable city in the world, for the 8th year in a row, according to actuary & consulting firm Mercer Intl. (www.mercer;com) and the second most livable city in the world according to "The Economist Intelligence Unit" (august 2016, ranking Melbourne first with 97.5 points, Vienna second with 97,4 points).
It is undoubtedly a modern, young and vibrant city but als a place where the most beautiful buildings from the Imperial Habsburg period still exist.
Even so all buildings and places where Sigmund Freud studied,worked and lived, still do exist and allow us to get a better grip at understanding his working and spiritual environment at the turn of the century.
Vienna is the place where you will feel the pulse of a modern West European capital city but also a city where you can experience the seemingly timeless stability of the belle epoque and barock periods