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Vienna Chocolate Museum And Workshop Review

Vienna Chocolate Museum. Despite its top art museums, what Viennese treasure even more is – chocolate. Long before Sacher Torte and Mozart chocolates rose to fame the Habsburg Emperors championed the rise of the cocoa bean in Europe. To explore Vienna’s ‘dark side’ my children and I chose the Schokolade Museum Wien at Vienna’s Prater amusement park. Here is our …

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Vienna Cooking Classes With Private Dining: Off-Track Local Experience

Vienna cooking classes: kosher cooking

Just to be clear: Vienna cooking classes with private dining are neither about instructions nor privacy. On the contrary. They are the loveliest pretext to dive into local life, make Viennese friends, and learn about Wiener habits and culture beyond the guide books. Among a few options food blogger Angelika’s Vienna Cooking Classes stick out like a fresh mushroom in a forest glade. …

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Vienna Austria Things To Do: Free Guides And Itineraries. Romantics, Seniors, Kids, Honeymoon, Jewish, Halal

Visit Vienna: coffeehouse debate

There are honestly 500 different ‘Vienna Austria things to do’ I could dish up for you straight away. But you won’t be interested in all of them and you won’t have the time to do them all. Instead, let me share a few special guides to hone down your trip planning: Find the best selection of 24 hours in Vienna itineraries, …

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Vienna Danube Guide: Wiener Donau, Alte Donau and Donaukanal Highlights

Boat Trips: Vienna Danube seen from Donauturm

You have just discovered the first extensive insider guide to the Vienna Danube. I’m going to share what the Donau in Wien looks like, the best places to explore and enjoy yourself and where you’ll likely arrive by cruise ship. Danube River In Vienna Approximately 23 km of the Donau flow through Vienna. The Danube river in Vienna as of today didn’t always look like …

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Vienna Attractions : Native Advice of Tourist Attractions And Places To Visit

Vienna Attractions: Museum of Fine Art

Vienna Attractions. ‘Barbara, I am going to see your hometown, what shall I visit?’ Get my native Viennese’s NON tourism-agency insight as you collect tourist attractions and places to visit for your trip to Vienna.  Spanish Riding School Vienna Vienna Attractions. The Spanish riding school is one of the top Vienna places to visit for lovers of classical culture, music and horses. Even local families with horse …

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Vienna With Kids: Classical Music, Fun Museums, Outdoors and More

Vienna With Kids: quadrille dancing

Vienna with Kids. Classical city breaks don’t rank top with children. How do you inspire your kids in Vienna while sightseeing? Which classical music activities are fun for them? Where are the best green spaces for children? My own kids and their local cousins recommend top 12+1 things to do in Vienna.  1. Vienna Walk For Children Vienna with Kids. While most …

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Vienna Coffeehouses Favourites Of My Hometown

Best Vienna Coffeehouses: Cafe Frauenhuber

My Wiener Kaffeehaus Shortlist Vienna Coffeehouses Favourites. There are hundreds of Vienna coffeehouses, each with their own style, menu, cultural offer and therefore their own special audience. 

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Art Nouveau Walk Vienna: Map and Route of Jugendstil Architecture In Wien

Art Nouveau Walk: Majolika House

Art Nouveau Walk Vienna. On this Art Nouveau walk you’ll get a condensed view of Vienna 1900 Art Nouveau architecture and art. Use my tips and tour map for a self-guided tour off the historic city centre. You will see top works of Austria’s Art Nouveau (Jugendstil), among them the Vienna Secession, Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann, Otto Wagner, and others. Otto Wagner Pavilions and …

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Vienna Sightseeing: Top 10 + 5 Points Of Interest By A Native

Vienna sightseeing: Belvedere Palace

Vienna Sightseeing. Actually, even the core Vienna points of interest can be overwhelming. On top, a few of them embrace various football fields in size. For example, the whole historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Use this page to get an overview of must-sees and my own discoveries. Click on the headlines to kick start your travel preparations. Vienna …

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Naschmarkt in Vienna – A Native’s Street Market Guide

Turkish stand at Naschmarkt in Vienna

While the Naschmarkt in Vienna is a historic landmark it’s also our best fresh food and flea market. My Viennese mum hunts there for the best food and vintage things every Saturday. As a result, we are sharing our free insider guide to the more than 100 vintage and food stalls, bars and restaurants. The Naschmarkt in Vienna is its window to the …

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