Vienna is the largest city of Austria as well as the capital. The country’s economic, political and cultural centre, Vienna is also a popular destination for many tourists. When visiting Vienna, travellers will want to […]
Vienna is one of those magical places that is romantic at any time of year. The lights on a chilly, winter’s evening when you snuggle close to your partner, or walks hand-in-hand under the chestnut […]
If you’re the type of person who prefers to travel alone, Vienna is an excellent city to visit. You can experience all the important parts of Viennese culture, without ever feeling out of place without […]
Music is an important part of the Viennese culture. Vienna, being the capital of Austria, is well known for the many musicians it has produced since thousands of years ago. Austria, in general, boasts of […]
Vienna will have an opportunity to enjoy to get to know Star Wars more as it hosts a unique exhibition. Entitled “Star Wars Identities, the exhibit gives the people of Vienna a chance to experience the hit movies of George Lucas.
On display at the exhibition at the MAK are collections from the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago. It opened last December 17 just in time for the global launch of the Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.”
One of the best things to experience in Vienna is its Christmas atmosphere which allows anybody to feel the real spirit of the holiday season with their loved ones. Attending just one of the activities in the Austrian capital can already make your stay in the city a very memorable one.
Vienna is one international city that promotes storytelling and poetry reading. Being a cultural city, it values activities that help people gain valuable insights.
This month of May, the International Storytelling Festival will take place for 11 days from May 20 to 31. The three main venues are Vienna, Styria and Lower Austria.
Vienna is just one city in Austria that celebrates St. Patrick’s Day each year. This 2015, avid fans of this celebration donned their green and orange costumes and aimed for the Guinness Book of World Records.
This weekend, the Burgtheater and Riesenrad are going green for St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Meanwhile, the castle in Kaprun and a ski slope in Tyrol’s Soll village will also have green lights to commemorate the occasion.