On weekends they serve breakfast till 3 pm.
The Kussmaul not only serves a tasty breakfast, but has a very nice interior too.
The brasserie and bakery is open all year round and you can have breakfast every day until 11pm.
The hotel's interior reflects Vienna perfectly.
Not only a beautiful hotel but also a creative hub.
Former shops turned into hotel rooms - very unique!
So much more than a hair salon, it's actually more of a gossip and news centre ;)
A cinema where you feel like you've travelled back in time!
Gaze at the stunning old tableware from the imperial households.
Home of chocolate delights since forever!
THE store for real gentlemen and everybody who loves high quality fabrics.
High quality leather items.
Tastefully designed hats for her and him, since 1903.
Fabulous vintage furniture and just a nice shop where you can come by to sip a bit of pink champagne.
Have a piece of cake downstairs and chat with locals.
Away from the touristy paths and perfect for a piece of cake and checking out Austrian celebrities.
A cozy, old-fashioned café.
A Vienna institution and definitely worth seeing. Have "Apfelstrudel" there!
Viennese specialties and tasty sandwiches for a quick bite in between your day.
A down-to-earth Austrian restaurant run with love and passion!
Call to book a table in advance, otherwise you might miss these fantastic, typical Austrian dishes.
You have to try Vienna's best "Backhendl" (deep fried chicken) here! Absolutely delicious!
Quite a new bar but already very popular, and for good reason.
Said to be the oldest bar in Vienna and truly a one-of-a-kind experience - see it, feel it!
You'll find this nice bar inside the Hotel Sacher - a great spot to have a drink after going to the theatre or the cinema.
One of the most charming "Heuriger" in the area and their cherry and apricot strudel is just too good to be true!
The pavilion was built in the 1950s and is a magical place for warm summer nights. The venue is used for different kinds of parties.
Thermal baths, a little bit outside of the city (easily accessible with public transport) but perfect for hot summer days to cool off in an atmosphere just like ancient times.
My thoughts about Vienna
I agree with Ioan Holender, the former Vienna State Opera director: “I respect and I have a great sympathy for Vienna because there is no other city in the world with such an interest for music and theatre in general.” Vienna itself is a large theatre stage with daily operettas and picture-perfect scenery.
Lou Rawls, Dionne Warwick, and Donna Summer.
I like to see cities from above, so have coffee at the Sofitel Hotel (Le Loft Restaurant). The ceiling was designed by artist Pipilotti Rist. Sofitel Hotel, Praterstraße 1.
Take a vacation into My life
Since 2011 I've been writing "Mira Kolenc | Ein Feldforschungsprojekt", a blog about my interpersonal encounters, especially in Vienna. Since 2014 I've also been a columnist for Option Magazine. Currently l live and work in Berlin.
When the night begins.
There is always something to discover.
I’m always looking for something new, at the moment I'm reading "Aus dem Berliner Journal" by Max Frisch.
There are many, but I’m always in love with the movies from Pier Paolo Pasolini, Federico Fellini, Paolo Sorrentino, and Wes Anderson.
I love Venice (in fall or winter) and London/Great Britain.
Always be elegant, polite, thankful for what you have, curious about life, and don’t miss the chance to rejoice about the little things. Treat others as you want them to treat you.
Sunshine is beautiful, but there is no need for anything above 27 degrees (celsius).
excitation, liveliness, adventure.
"a combination of good luck and bad luck, and every life is both ordinary and extraordinary."