Local Tour of Vienna - Part 1

The first part of the tour through the area around your hotel will take you past forgotten Viennese antiques, the wonderful living room atmosphere of a café and modern Viennese art. Discover the everyday culture of the Viennese.


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    Antik Keller Matschnig's

    The first stop on your short “Grätzl” tour could be at Matschnig’s Antik Keller, a cellar full of antique objects. It is definitely worth going in and having a look round. You might find something small and typically Viennese to take back home with you. The junk goods on sale are often just funny little things which come from Viennese households. So you really have a real piece of Vienna as a souvenir!

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    Café Caspar

    The Café Caspar is no longer a secret in the “Grätzl”. This is an ideal place to experience real Viennese everyday life. The most diverse people can be found here - due to its proximity to the university and the many surrounding offices, the Caspar is like a living room for everyone and has an uncomplicated feel-good atmosphere.

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    MUSA - Museum

    The MUSA is a small but fine museum which is ideal for just a short visit – because admission is free of charge and the exhibits are definitely worth seeing. An insider tip for anyone who lives in Vienna: in the art library, which belongs to the museum, you can borrow art for your home! In return for a small insurance fee, a genuine work of art can be yours for a year.

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Klimt and Viennese Modernism

The eponymous building of the Vienna Secession is known to be one of the most impressive and most significant examples of Art Nouveau in Austria and has just undergone extensive renovation in time for the anniversary year. The freshly shining golden dome is reminiscent of the most successful artistic years of its very first president: Gustav Klimt.


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Imperial art & culture

With numerous Sisi exhibits

When visiting the Sisi Museum, I also recommend a walk through the Volksgarten, where Empress Elisabeth is immortalized in a quiet corner in the form of a monument. This former imperial rose garden scores every year with a flowering of 400 beautiful rose varieties.

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Tips for families in Vienna

You have already been to the Prater, Stephan’s cathedral and the thermal baths? Then have a look here and find some inspiration for your next trip!

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Excursions into the green countryside surrouding Vienna

These excursion suggestions are so diverse that they will certainly fill all of your free days. Long bathing days, prolonged walks and wonderfully fresh forest air are all reasons to drive out to the green countryside around Vienna.

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