Most people think of high class enjoyment when it comes to Vienna: overwhelming culture, uncountable cafes, world-famous specialties. Vienna is different. Insiders appreciate the relaxed lifestyle that you can experience in the Museum District, the cool mix of styling and casual looks, trendsetters and families, shoppers and sportspeople.
Head out to the Naschmarkt, discover the green sites of the big city, the running tracks around the Prater and Schönbrunn Palace, the bars & restaurants. Without “Schmäh” – Vienna is different and worth it!MEET OUR BLOGGERS
„The MuseumsQuartier in Vienna – this place has fascinated me ever since I was a little girl. I love the exhibitions there, I love the steps, I love the seating – I love to just lay down in the grass. “
Top 3 Cafés
“Here are my top 3 cafes, which are also dog-friendly.
- Waldemar Tagesbar in the 13th district: hip furnishing, a large selection of coffee and cold drinks and breakfast until 3pm.
- Café Ulrich is popular among bloggers in the 7th district: delicious breakfast and daily lunch menus. Doggies are always welcome and usually get served water right away.
- Health Kitchen, also in the 7th district, is a fast food concept based on fresh, low-calorie products.”
U1 Station Old Danube
“If you like to combine a sporty activity with a little holiday feeling, the Old Danube is always a good choice in Vienna. Looking at the glittering water, time flies by and you can easily forget that you’re still on the move – or just sitting and relaxing.
As a starting point for a run in the Old Danube area, the U1 Station Alte Donau is where to go. Our favorite stand up paddling spot for the summer became also one of our fave running spots in the off-season as it is not so crowded as the popular running tracks in Prater or Schönbrunn”