No matter whether you want to go bowling, swimming, relaxing or dining. Everything is possible at the Badeschiff on the Danube Canal on 3000 m². A beach in the middle of the city is what makes this place so special. During the day you get a complete all-round experience and from 10 p.m. on event days the lower deck is transformed into a club with selected acts and finest music.
This place is run by coffee experts who understand their craft and are happy to share it with you! In addition to the daily café service, they're also offering coffee workshops. The café is decorated with golden lamps and filled with colorful paintings. People come here to drink really good coffee - what also makes the café so special is that they're using a different type of bean every day! Fine baguettes, pastries and cakes provide the right selection of delicacies. A very special highlight is the homemade gingerbread from Tyrol!
The large factory hall right next to the Augarten will be transformed into brut's main temporary venue. The facility will include a black box for 180 people, other indoor areas for flexible use and as an audience area, as well as a large area in the inner courtyard. International and innovative performing arts await you at brut, and anyone who is fascinated by experimental forms of theatre, dance, performance and music is definitely at the right address here.
The art of patisserie is very rich in tradition. But tradition also often means a bit dusty. Luckily, Vienna has Viola. She understands that the world of patisserie can also be modern and sexy. Cream cake in a cool, modern atmosphere. Feels like heaven! The wallpaper is full of plants and a disco ball reveals that people also like to party here sometimes. On Wednesdays, there's always a small party until 10 p.m. During the week there's always a long breakfast and on Saturdays Viola and her lovely team offer a brunch buffet, which guarantees culinary highs. Just check out her social media account to find out what's coming up next!
At Fett+Zucker, the name says it all. This place doesn't care about calories, it's more about enjoying delicious cakes and fine coffee in a cozy atmosphere. The majority of the assortment is homemade and in addition to the homemade cakes, the café offers home-made fruit syrup and liqueur. The ingredients they use are picked by hand in the Burgenland garden. The self-fermented lemonades such as ginger beer and kombucha must also be tasted. The delicious single-origin organic Arabica coffee from Brazil is sourced from Viennese roaster Charly Fürth. The interior at Fett+Zucker makes the hearts of vintage fans beat faster, because everything here, from plates to armchairs, is second-hand. The lovingly designed details, such as lamps made from bowls or discarded traffic lights, show that Fett+Zucker is full of love, personality and queerness.
The Filmcasino is not only one of the oldest arthouse cinemas in Vienna, but also one of the most beautiful. The exterior is decorated with a beautiful illuminated sign and the interior is kept in the style of the 50s. In addition to great films, it is also the venue for many Austrian premieres and retrospectives. Most of the films are shown in the original language with subtitles. The Filmcasino also stands out for its inclusive approach: it is one of the few cinemas in Vienna that is barrier-free and has an inductive hearing system. In addition, the cinema also regularly hosts special program series, such as the "Cinemama". This is especially interesting for the families among you, because once a month parents can watch a movie while the children are looked after in the foyer. In addition, family friendly movies are screened on weekends. If you are into film festivals, you have come to the right place. It is the venue of well-known festivals, such as the Viennale or the SLASH Festival. The Filmcasino is quite versatile and definitely worth a visit!
The Flex is part of Vienna's cultural heritage, parties have been held here since the 90s. Located directly on the canal and the nice Flex Café, you can also meet here for a Krügerl and get in the mood for the evening together.
The best thing about the Fluc is probably its proximity to the Superbude. Within 5 minutes walking distance you can get to our favorite club in the area. Whether concerts, parties or just a splash in the café - the Fluc is definitely always worth a visit!
At Grelle Forelle you can turn the night into day, release all your dammed up energy and dance until the morning. You can never go wrong with a visit to the Forelle, the booking is far from mainstream and always on point. Many Viennese collectives organize their parties here, you meet a lot of people from the city and don't just end up in some touristic place. The Function One system provides the right sound, catapulting the bass directly into your legs. The club is only open on weekends, but during the week there are some cool concerts from time to time.
The Porgy & Bess in the 1st district is the perfect address for anyone who enjoys beautiful venues and great concerts. From big names to experimental sets, everything is offered here. You feel a bit like you've been transported to another time, and a visit here is not likely to be forgotten in a flash!
If you want to collect good karma, all you have to do is fill your belly at Karma Food. Indian cuisine that not only tastes good, but above all does you good. With fresh ingredients, changing menus and immune-boosting shots, they're looking out for you here. With four locations by now, Karma Food is an integral part of Vienna's gastronomic landscape and oh, how glad we are that one of them is less than a 10-minute walk away. The friendly team doesn't just run the daily business, they are also organising colourful cooking evenings, cooperations with other restaurants and pop-up concepts.
You rarely leave this fine vintage boutique in the 6th district without buying something. The owner Heidi presents in her cozy little store a finely curated selection of garments that are just waiting to be found by you. If you are not sure whether a piece suits you or how to combine it best, you will be given advice with honest and trained eyes. Colorful shirts, fine blouses, pants and unusual accessories determine the assortment. In this place you feel comfortable and in good hands!
The architecture of the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser alone makes this place worth seeing, but not only the façade, but also everything inside the magnificent building is more than recommendable. The Kunsthaus has two main focuses, photography and ecology. In fact, it is also the only green museum in the city and takes on themes such as sustainability, climate change, recycling, urbanism or intergenerational responsibility invites critical and visionary exchange. Just come by the reception and pick up your tickets for the Kunst Haus directly - we also have a small discount for you.
The Lilliputbahn in the Prater is a small train that rides through the green Prater. By the way, the train got its name from the great novel Gulliver's Travels. Jonathan Swift describes the Lilliputians as little creatures who live by their own rules. This can be quite well applied to the Lilliputian train, because such a small train in the park is not too common. During the ride through the green Prater you get the idea of how big and versatile it is. First you chug along the main avenue until the tracks lead into the woods of the Prater and you're surrounded by trees. If you want to combine the ride on the Lilliputbahn with a walk, it's best to take only half the route and walk back the rest. However, if you don't want to do that, don't get off the train too soon and rather do the whole round.
Vienna's probably most famous insider tip. Mick Jagger, John Malkovich, Angelina Jolie or Brad Pitt. All of them have been guests in the Loos Bar in the Kärntner Passage in downtown Vienna. You should definitely not be claustrophobic here because on 27 square meters drinks are served here, with a preference for martini combinations. Mirrors on the wall give the probably most charming bar in town additional depth.
The MAK is Vienna's museum for applied arts. Even visiting this beautiful architectural site is an experience in itself, which can only be topped by the very deliberately curated exhibitions. The MAK store also has great things for sale, which are perfect as a little souvenir for your loved ones!
The MUMOK is located in the MuseumsQuartier in the 7th district. The MQ has great museums, great restaurants and in the summer it is extremely good to hang out in the courtyard. Everything in the MQ is recommended, the MUMOK is one of the museums that you should definitely have visited. It is also the second largest instrument in the world - hit the panels on the outside walls, each one makes a different sound!
The coolest pizzeria in the Karmeliterviertel has a minimalist 1950s interior and a menu that focuses on the star of the house: the Neapolitan pizza! You won't find salads or other appetizers here, but you'll find a wide variety of wines and Italian spirits. The ingredients used are all super fresh and you can taste that, because usually you wouldn't find such a lovely, crispy-thin pizza anywhere but in Naples. The variety of pizza is huge! For example, you can find here the Neapolitan Pizza Ripiena filled with ricotta and prosciutto, or the version without tomato sauce, but with potatoes and rosemary. Pizza Mari is the place to be for all pizza fanatics and those who want to become one!
The Prater is a huge relaxation area in the middle of the city and right around the corner from the Superbude! The over 4 kilometers long Prater Hauptallee is great for cycling, skating and jogging. But the green Prater is so much more! The countless meadows are the perfect place to simply let your soul dangle or to move the dinner into the green. There are also several adventure playgrounds that provide a lot of fun. On the Jesuitenwiese, for example, there's one with a super-long pendulum swing and an extra-long slide!
The Prater is so vast, it's unbelievable. You also got a natural forest area which, which is perfect for wonderful walks. In the green Prater there are so many great things to discover, simply look at the Super Sackerl in your room and let the ride begin!
The charming restaurant, with probably the most beautiful window facade in the city, is one of the most popular breakfast places in Vienna. A reservation is always beneficial (insider tip: ask for a seat in one of the window niches. Super cozy!) On the menu you'll find classics like the Viennese breakfast as well as avocado breads, Eggs Benedict and super fluffy pancakes! However, Propeller is more than just a cool breakfast place. There's also a select menu starting at 12pm, as well as a rotating weekly menu. If you're not hungry, that's no problem either, because bar feeling is also part of the program! Cocktails and long drinks are available at fair prices and the many candles in the restaurant create a cozy atmosphere.
Ramasuri is definitely stirring up the restaurant landscape of the second district. Not only a super good breakfast, which you can even enjoy until 14.30, but also a wonderful and deliberately chosen selection of other dishes (a wide range of veggie meals) are convincing. In the warmer months, colorful chairs and many plants decorate the garden on the beautiful square in front of the restaurant. The interior, however, is also well worth seeing - beautiful wooden furniture, lots of color on the walls and a pleasant light give the room a great vibe. The waiters are super nice and if you're celebrating your birthday, there's also a Seccio on the house. We like!
Summer in Vienna is best spent outside. And as Vienna is unfortunately not yet located at the sea you simply walk to the Donaukanal and let yourself drift with a cool drink in your hand and your feet in the sand. Such a place can be found in the beach bar Herrmann, that owes its name to the adjacent Herrmannpark. On the big exterior area, there are numerous deck chairs in which one can truly relax. If you want you can spend the whole day here. Start in the mornings with a breakfast, choose something from the menue card at noon and enjoy a wide choice of drinks up to the evening. With a little luck you can even enjoy yoga sessions that are offered completely free of charge. A very special view of the city across the Donaukanal is offered to you when it gets dark and the lights of the surrounding buildings are reflected in the water.
The charming Beisl in the Stuwerviertel serves young Viennese cuisine with selected ingredients - a fusion of Viennese tradition and Notting Hill, a mixture of old and new. Definitely a highlight are the Langos, where the dough plates are prepared with mountain cheese, young onions and a touch of garlic. But also Beef Tatar and homemade pasta are on the menu. This contemporary tavern is an absolute jewel with its own outdoor terrace and the discreetly integrated DJ desk in the inside provides decent acoustic background.
This is where bar meets club, and in a particularly charming way. The décor is in the style of the 1920s and you meet all kinds of people. Whether it's for a nightcap and a last dance just before closing time or for a drink before clubbing, the Jenseits is always worth a visit!
In the summer months you can expect many great events, cabaret, concerts, parties. The best fries in town can be found here and with the location directly on the Danube, the bathing suits must be packed!
There's probably one thing in this world that most people agree on: grandma bakes the best cakes and pies. Period. At Vollpension all Viennese can benefit from this gift and on top of that elderly people can earn a little extra. They have to cafés in town, one in Schleifmühlgasse in the 4th district and the other one in Johannesgasse in the 1st district. The café of generations offers not only delicious cake variations but also a wide range of other dishes, so that a visit is worthy at any time of day. There is also the Backademie, where the grandmas and grandpas of Vollpension share their secrets of the art of baking with you. Crunchy baking classes as well as entire OMAsterclasses are available online. For example, you can learn how to prepare the pearls of Viennese pastries and bring a piece of Vienna to your home.
Since its founding in 2001, WestLicht has been the central showcase for photography in Austria. The museum brings the great classics of photographic history to Vienna - for example in temporary exhibitions on Vivian Maier, Nobuyoshi Araki, Diane Arbus, Edward Steichen, the Magnum photo agency or the phenomenon of Polaroid. Located among camera stores in the heart of Vienna's photo district, WestLicht also awaits its visitors with a well-stocked bookshop, a museum café and a unique collection of historical cameras, including the only surviving example of the world's first commercially produced camera from 1839, the year photography was born.
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