Category: Culture

Cinemas in Vienna

Especially on rainy days or when it’s cold outside, many Viennese visit the numerous and varied cinemas in the city. But the cinemas, especially those which are independent, are well worth a visit, also even if you are just here for a short trip.

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To-dos for a Weekend in Vienna

In Vienna, the many sights, events and attractions are densely packed together, one after the other. To ensure that you experience as much of Vienna as possible during a shorter stay, we have complied a list of our favourite things to-do for a weekend in Vienna.

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Vienna’s Extravagant Balls

Vienna may be famous for its traditional balls, but there are also a number of extraordinary and unusual balls to attend Vienna’s ball culture is famous, well beyond its national borders. However, in addition to the traditional balls, there are also colourful and extravagant balls – often with a serious background or held as charity… Read more »

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Carnival Time in Vienna

Enjoy a fun carnival time in Vienna Regardless of whether you refer to this time of the year as Fasching (as it is known in Austria), carnival, Alaaf or if you use another expression – during the carnival period, people in Vienna always celebrate properly. The start is marked by the tradition around Krapfen (doughnuts),… Read more »

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Balls in Vienna

The lavish balls in Vienna are unforgettable every year as the magnificent buildings in the capital are the perfect locations for these events. It would be easy to get lost amongst the evening gowns and the tails, so we hope to help by selecting the most well-known balls in Vienna for you.

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Students’ Guide to Vienna

Vienna is a city of students. However, in order to have enough time for some free time from studying, we have compiled a students’ guide especially for those new to Vienna. These tips serve as a guideline for the best and cheapest places for students in Vienna.

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Day trip to Bratislava

Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is located directly on the “blue” Danube and it can be reached by car in just over one hour from Vienna. So what could be better than a day trip to Bratislava during a visit to Vienna?

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November highlights in Vienna

November in Vienna promises to be exciting! The city offers a variety of indoor- and outdoor-events in November. From a designer market to a book fair, the Comic Con or the opening of the Christmas markets – November offers a mixed bunch of free-time activities in Vienna.

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Advent Weekends in Vienna

Advent is a perfect season to spend time in Vienna! Because only then does Vienna shine in festive lights and is filled with the aroma of punch, Lebkuchen (similar to gingerbread) and hot chestnuts. This is simply a wonderful time to spend a weekend in Vienna.

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Day trips in the south of Vienna

What better way to spend the warm months in Vienna than on a day trip? Most importantly, it should be possible to do the trip in one day and ideally you should be able to reach your destination by public transport . The south of Vienna is particularly suitable for such a day.

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