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  • Schönnbrunn Palace

    Schönbrunn Palace is one of the most famous palaces in Vienna. The historical building was built in the epochs of the imperial era and you can see the representative rooms and private rooms of the imperial couple Franz Joseph and Elisabeth. Although I didn't have time...

    0 by Thomina, in What to see Vienna, one month ago
  • Stadtpark

    Does the word Stadtpark ring a bell to you? If not then it's a place you must visit for sure! I travelled to Vienna last weekend and because of the sun and the nice weather it was impossible to resist going around to its parks. Well yes, Vienna has plenty of them. But...

    0 by Ilianthi, in What to do Vienna, 2 months ago
  • Brau Bar

    Coming in Vienna and having a great walking tour around the city , it could make you really hungry and thirsty.  This is the place wherey tou can combine a pub essence with the austrian feels. The wood and rock that combines the walls and the furniture make the place...

    0 by Thomina, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Vienna, 2 months ago
  • Burggasse 24 Cafe

    Named after the name of the alley where it's located, Burggasse 24 is a vintage clothing store that sells rare racing jackets that can vary up to 300 Euros. Although some people come for the clothes, most meet up for studying or chatting up after a long day. The cafe...

    0 by Salma, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Vienna, 6 months ago
  • St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna

    The St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna has survived through wars and has become a symbol of liberty in Vienna. The Gothic Cathedral was constructed in 1147 AD and its most recognisable characteristic, the multi-coloured tiled roof, was added in 1952. The first church...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Vienna, 6 months ago
  • Der Wiener Deewan

    Oriental food becomes more and more popular in western Europe. Looking for something special it's worth going to Pakistani restaurant, which is located nearby the center of Vienna on Liechtensteinstraße 10. At first, the place resembles a traditional milk bar. Nothing...

    0 by Karolina, in Where to eat Vienna, 8 months ago
  • 1516 Brewing Company

    Hey all, looking for a place to eat and enjoy your evening? The 1516 Brewery Company is one of the most awesome restaurants in Vienna and also a must on your restaurant visit - list when you get here. The atmosphere is vivid, energetic - not the tiring type of...

    0 by Elena, in Where to eat Vienna, one year ago
  • Volksoper Wien

    This past summer I made my first trip to Austria. My eyes opened wide as I spotted the central opera house on my first day in the city - wow! Even though I didn't want to spend the money to tour that opera house, my family decided in advance to make sure that we did see...

    0 by Kaelin, in What to see Vienna, one year ago
  • Belvedere Palace

    When my family headed to Belvedere Palace, I was expecting to see once again many royal apartments and paintings of the imperial family, such as we had seen at other palaces in Vienna. However, I was much surprised to see that this beautiful palace has been turned into...

    0 by Kaelin, in What to see Vienna, one year ago
  • Cafe Sperl

    Well you're in Vienna, one of the best cities in the world, you've seen Schönbrunn Palace, St. Stephen's Cathedral etc. and now it's time for a break and having some peace and quiet time. Let's take you to the Cafe Sperl, takes place in movies and literature also...

    0 by Alper, in Where to eat Vienna, one year ago
  • Miznon

    I went here back for my birthday in March and hands down it is one of my favorite restaurants in Vienna! The food is incredible and if you sit at the bar you can watch the food get cooked which is always fascinating for me. My favorite thing to order there is the...

    0 by Nikole, in Where to eat Vienna, 2 years ago
  • Vienna

    Vienna, the capital of Austria which is home to 2. 4 million people, is one of the oldest cities in Europe, so it conserves its large patrimony which is as beautiful as it is spectacular. I only went to Vienna for 2 days, but it was the place that left the biggest...

    0 by Ross, in What to see Vienna, 2 years ago
  • Maria-Theresien Strasse

    Hello all! Today I’m writing about Austria’s capital city, Vienna (Wien in German). I visited Vienna two years ago on a cold November day on the first Sunday of Advent. Every year there’s a Christmas market in the city centre of Vienna. I was curious not only...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Vienna, 2 years ago
  • Cafè Sacher

    The Hotel Sacher is a expensive place, but everyone can sit and eat in the restaurant or the cafe, which are seperated. The cafe is beauitul, always full and in the city center or Vienna, Austria. It is always full of people and never empty.  But why is it such an...

    0 by Wiktoria, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Vienna, 2 years ago
  • Prater

    Are you courageous? Do you have a high self-confidence? And what about hights? Are you afraid of high heights and quick speed? Whether yes or not, it does not matter. In prater, you can find attractions for both brave and scary people. The costs of local amusements...

    0 by Marie, in What to do Vienna, 2 years ago
  • Museum of Natural History Vienna

    Hey guys, time to bring on the report [part1] from one of the most impressing museums I have been to. The word is of course about the Museum of Natural History Vienna. Though I spent 4 months in Vienna I finally had the opportunity to go without stress and obligations...

    0 by Grgo, in What to see Vienna, 3 years ago
  • Wien leuchtet 2015

    I discovered this event totally accidentally at the end of October when I went once out on the bike and decided to use the tram to get home. Luckily, I stopped when I saw lots of crowds at the Square of Maria Theresien and was curious to see what it was all about. And...

    0 by Grgo, in What to see Vienna, 3 years ago
  • Naschmarkt - Flea market

    Naschmarkt is probably Vienna's most popular and biggest market place which not only has numerous vendors selling all kinds of international and colourful offers for food but also a huge number of international restaurants. What is more, right behind the market place...

    0 by Grgo, in What to see Vienna, 3 years ago
  • Volksgarten

    Volksgarten is one of the central and oldest parks in Vienna. And one of my favourite parks to take a walk through. It is part of the 1st District. Location & how to get there Surrounded with the Universitätsring and Burgring streets to the west, to the south it goes...

    0 by Grgo, in What to see Vienna, 3 years ago
  • Winter Palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy, Belvedere

    I had an opportunity to go to this exhibition with a friend of mine, an Austrian neighbour and also a student of design who actually suggested me this one as it was about work by Olafur Elliason. I had no clue prior to exhibition about this artist so it was a better...

    0 by Grgo, in What to see Vienna, 3 years ago

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