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  • weekend in vienna, Austria

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    A weekend in Vienna

    A list of suggestions on what to do on the weekend in Vienna could easily have been almost endless. Notwithstanding, we have collected a few places and sights in Vienna to show you the variety available. Moreover, our recommendations should be suitable for most people, regardless of age. Our suggestions are not mere tourist traps […]

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  • Winter in Vienna, Austria

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    Winter in Vienna – What to see and do

    Temperatures fall, and the days get shorter, but Vienna never falls asleep. The weather can vary between 10 °C and -15 °C in January. Within a few days, you can experience sun from a clear blue sky to bitterly cold snowstorms. Nonetheless, there are plenty of activities to enjoy whatever nature throws at you. Furthermore, […]

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    Discover Vienna’s colorful markets

    Markets always add life and color to a city. Moreover, they are a great way to get to know both the people and the culture of a city. There has been a conscious effort in Vienna to preserve some of the traditional markets. Not only as points of sale but also as meeting places for […]

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  • Naturhistorisches Museum Vienna (Natural History Museum) in imperial Vienna, Austria

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    The best of imperial Vienna

    The House of Habsburg ruled Austria for 640 years from 1278 to 1918 and has left its mark on Vienna forever. The historic buildings they left behind are today among the most popular tourist sights in Vienna. It is not just the buildings themselves that are interesting sights. In addition to functioning as public offices, […]

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  • Samson parade - traditional festivals in Austria

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    5 spectacular traditional festivals in Austria

    A study by IMAS showed that 9 out of 10 Austrians think protecting and keeping Austrian traditions alive is vital. Many traditions are connected to the catholic church, others are part of rural folklore, and some celebrate the end of harvest time. Nonetheless, most of these festivities are lively, colourful, and folksy, with a high […]

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  • Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna, Austria

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    Grandiose Schönbrunn Palace

    Since I grew up in the Meidling district where you find Schönbrunn Palace, I spent a lot of time as a child in the vast gardens of the imperial palace. As a four-year-old, I was relatively unaffected by the fact that I was playing in the garden of the mighty Habsburg dynasty, which ruled Austria […]

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  • Vienna City Walks, Austria

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    Vienna City Walks – from Schwedenplatz to Stadtpark

    Innere Stadt, Vienna’s historical city centre within Ringstrasse, is a delightful place to discover on foot. You find everything from narrow alleys, picturesque houses, and small idyllic squares to majestic palaces, sumptuous cathedrals and beautiful parks. The first of our Vienna city walks takes us from Schwedenplatz to Stadtpark. Schwedenplatz, where several buses, trams, and […]

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  • Melk Abbey, Lower Austria

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    The captivating splendour of Melk Abbey

    The small-town of Melk by the Danube receives tens of thousands of visitors each year who come to see the huge Melk Abbey. Regardless of whether you arrive at Melk Abbey by land or water, you cannot avoid being mightily impressed by the grande splendour of the monestary. 1000-year history Melk was for the first […]

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