Category: Food & Drinks

Israeli restaurants in Vienna

When you think of Israel, you will likely think of its history, beaches, sea as well as its great food. However, you do not have to travel to Israel to get good hummus and fresh falafel. In recent years, several Israeli restaurants have opened their doors in 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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Christmas Markets

The countdown to Christmas has already begun! On 17th November, the many Christmas markets all over the city will open once again and usher in Advent with hot punch and traditional Glühwein (mulled wine). These traditional Christmas markets can be found all over the city.

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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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New Year’s Eve in Vienna

On New Year’s Eve, Vienna stands out as especially diverse and colourful. Many events and locations are very tempting for a spectacular start in the New Year. We have summarised the best tips for New Year’s Eve for you. There are many reasons to book a holiday in Vienna over New Year.

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Highlights in September and October in Vienna

When the leaves are slowly beginning to change colour, you will find one highlight after the other in Vienna. From the Africa Days to the Vienna Photo Marathon and the Vienna Wine Hike, there is something for everyone.

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Culinary paradise Taborstraße

Taborstraße in Vienna’s Leopoldstadt district is becoming increasingly popular with so-called “foodies”, people who value good food and a hip ambience. The street stretches from the Donaukanal (Danube Canal) to the Karmeliterplatz near the Augarten and finally to Nordbahnstraße.

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Our 7 most popular blogs

It is hard to believe that our CheckVIENNA blogs are celebrating their second birthday! On the occasion of this anniversary, we would like to go with you on a journey through our most popular blogs. On the way, you will see your highlights from 2 years of CheckVIENNA blogs.

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New culinary hotspots in Vienna

Vienna is a world-class metropolis and, as such, is constantly reinventing itself. So, the culinary scene in Vienna is continuously developing. New restaurants, bars as well as culinary pop-ups are opening and serving their customers. Above all in the warmer the capital is simply buzzing!

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The best outdoor eating areas in Vienna

With around 1,800 restaurants with outdoor eating areas in Vienna, it’s easy to lose track of where to go. We have a brief overview of the most beautiful outdoor eating areas (known in Austria as Schanigärten) in Vienna for you. Go there and enjoy the very special Viennese way of life.

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