• Haus des Meeres

    Haus des Meeres is an aqua terra zoo built within one of the most uncommon places, a ww2 flak tower with over 10 thousand animals, ranging from sharks, crocodiles, corals, snakes, massive crabs to an open tropical house with monkies, birds, turtles and other animals. Additionally the top level of the flak tower can be visited for free (with the initial entry ticket) to enjoy the marvelous view of Vienna. For more information visit the official website of Haus des Meeres.

  • How to get to and from Vienna Airport

    The Vienna airport “Flughafen Wien-Schwechat” is around 20km outside the city limits and is fairly easy to reach with various transportation methods. The cheapest is to use public transportation like the S-Bahn and most comfortale is the CAT from Wien Mitte Landstraße. Alternatively to a taxi there are many services that will tranfer from and to airport via a car like Airport Driver.


    S-Bahn (pdf), CAT, Vienna Bus AirportLines, Airport Driver.

    More detailed description on wien.info

  • Reformhaus Buchmüller

    Daily fresh and healthy food at “Reformhaus Buchmüller” in Vienna. Variety of daily Lunch dishes,Veggie Burgers, Cakes and of course fresh Salads. Everything is vegetarian however it is so good that there is no place or need for meat.

    Images and more information on the Reformhaus Buchmüller website [de].

  • Sixties Design

    The Furniture Museum in Vienna has a great exhibition called “Sixties Design” showcasing the furniture and design from 1950′s to the late 1970′s. Featuring works by many popular designers like Verner Panton, Olivier Mourgue, Joe Colombo and many others. More information on the Hofmobiliendepot website.

  • Leopold Museum

    If you are in Vienna don’t miss the opportunity to visit one of the greatest museum of art in Vienna. The Leopold Museum in Vienna is most known for its extensive collection of art works; including works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and others. Plan enough time for floors of art by variety of artists including the controversial artist Hermann Nitsch. For more information on the Leopold Museum website.

  • Tea & Presents

    “Tee und Geschenke” is a great place to buy presents & tea and other exquisite items at the same time. Many tea varieties are offered from kusmi tea, jäger tee to Teehaus Cha-Do, the bought items can be wrapped as presents for free*.  The shop is right next to the main shopping street in Vienna called “Mariahilfer Straße” and is around 200m away from the U3 station “Zieglergasse”.

  • Impressionism exhibition

    A new exhibition at Albertina museum in Vienna will present a great  Impressionism exhibition featuring 200 works by wide range of artists from Edgar Degas, Paul Cézanne to Claude Monet.  The Albertina in Vienna has permanent and a parallel exhibition with big collection of works by Magritte.  Note: Pay only one Admission fee for all current exhibitions in Albertina.