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A virtual trip to cherry blossoms in Vienna, Austria

Cherry blossoms in Vienna, Austria

They say that spring always comes after winter. I know it might sound trivial but to be honest, this saying always gave me some hope and optimism when I needed it so much. It’s been a year since the last time I was in Vienna, but now it seems so unreal to me that I feel like I took all these photos… Read more

7 things that surprised me when living in Vienna, Austria

Things that surprised me when living in Vienna, Austria

What surprised me the most when I moved to Vienna, Austria? I spent a year in this city and it was a very interesting time in my life, during which I learned a lot and broadened my horizons. Although Austria and my country Poland are actually in the same area of Europe, so they have quite a lot in common,… Read more

Top 15 most instagrammable spots in Vienna, Austria

A list of top 15 most instagrammable places in Vienna, Austria

What are the top Instagram locations in Vienna? Which places are the best for a photo session? From impressive churches, through the nooks and crannies of the old town to the strange-looking buildings hidden in Vienna. I present you my list of top 15 most instagrammable spots in Vienna, Austria with tips on how to get there. Check the locations… Read more

15 magical photos of Vienna at Christmas time

15 magical photos that will inspire you to visit Vienna at Christmas time

Christmas in Vienna is really a magical time. Christmas fairs, sparkling lights, colorful decorations, the smell of spicy punch and roasted almonds in the air. In such scenery, even an adult can feel like a child and believe in fairy tales again. I remember when I first came to Vienna before Christmas I could not believe that it could be… Read more

Top 10 strangest buildings in Vienna, Austria

Top 10 strangest buildings in Vienna - from travel blog: http:/Epepa.eu

Most people associate Vienna with the impressive buildings of the Ringstrasse and the historical buildings of the old town. Meanwhile, the Austrian metropolis hides many unusual buildings that are considered to be works of art or, on the contrary, are sometimes regarded as kitsch and simply ugly. I present to you a subjective list of 10 strangest buildings in Vienna.… Read more

Top 10 best things to do in Vienna, Austria

10 best things to do in Vienna and insider travel tips

What are the best things to do in Vienna? Which places are must-see? These questions are asked by most people who go to Vienna for the first time and do not have much time to explore everything that the city has to offer. When visiting Vienna for a weekend or for a few days, everyone wants to focus on must-see… Read more

5 alternative things to do in Vienna, Austria

If you are an expat living in Vienna or you have been there many times, I guess you have already seen all the top attractions like St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Hofburg, Schönbrunn Palace, Prater, Belvedere etc. (check also: 10 best things to do in Vienna) and you wonder if there are any other interesting things to do. Or maybe instead of running between sights you just… Read more

Spittelberg, a hidden gem of Vienna

There was a time in my one year stay in Vienna when I realized that I feel tired of visiting popular tourist attractions and must-see places. I wanted something more authentic, local, off the beaten track… and then I discovered Spittelberg, charming little quarter hidden behind the area of Mariahilfer Straße and Museumsquartier. I remember the first time when I got… Read more

Walking alone in Vienna, Austria

Do you enjoy discovering new places on your own? Before I moved to Vienna lonely walks were something rather unusual for me and to be honest I hadn’t seen the point in hanging around the city with no one I could talk to or just to share the moment with. At the beginning of my one year stay in Vienna,… Read more

Spring in the Belverdere Gardens, Vienna

Sometimes I believe everything happens for a reason. There are ups and downs and without downs, the ups would mean nothing. Just like without long, dull and grey winter days we probably wouldn’t appreciate spring with all its colors and flavours. That’s what I thought when I was walking in the Belvedere Botanical Garden looking at unbelievable beautiful violet crocuses… Read more