When coming to Vienna and wishing to explore nightlife outside regular restaurants, bars or institutions like opera, theatre or concerts of classical or other music, the city offers a wide range of alternative possibilities for people of variety of tastes.
If you are deciding to come to another country, one of the most important issues, is to find a job. A suitable job is adequate to our qualifications, meet our financial expectations or is simply fun. Below you will find advices and tips...
It is said that every 9th resident in Vienna is a student. Vienna is definitely a good place for someone to study, but what does it require to actually study here?
You want to experience the daily life of imperial Vienna, but not the crowds? The Imperial Furniture Museum is definitely the answer. The Kaiserliches Hofmobiliendepot or the Depot of Imperial Court Furniture gives an intimate portrait of the Habsburg way of life,
The famous Roman remains we can all see in front of Hofburg aren’t remains of the town of Vindobona itself, but rather of a legionary outpost and a civil settlement at the crossroad just outside the city walls, located a bit further towards the present-day Inner City...
The 17 and a bit more kilometres of peaceful green water take you to another place, and the many and various parts along its stream are like chapters you are walking through, maybe even sailing as now you can also take a boat along its course...
Every year in July and August plenty of visitors from all over the world experience the open-air festival in the unique setting of the Vienna Rathausplatz. The festival inspires..
Africa Days Festival in Vienna presents for the 12th time African culture, which includes fantastic music, dance, food, traditional handicrafts and modern design.
Date: 16 July -16 August
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Vienna has many fascinating sights, some of which most have us have seen for sure, but it is one of only a few cities in Europe that can boast with its own poetry school. Certainly, this is not a school of regular type to which you...
It is not that easy to work in hotel as it may seem for the first sight, especially when you have to fulfill mostly all requests of guests, as well as your own duties.To work at a Front desk in Hotels
My favorite part of summery Vienna is the canal. It is a great place to have a walk, socialize, drink a beer or enjoy the sun. It is an oasis, in the city center. New bars, cafeterias or even restaurants are popping every year
Pick your own stage of the cruise
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I am 25 years old and looking for a job in catering or the hotel (kitchen help,
waitress, bartender or maid).
After finishing my studies, with all the stress of settling down, finding a job, building a career that it brings, I was introduced to the best alternative; EVS, which means European voluntary service
I know everyone has their own preferences, but when it comes to living to a new country, one learns to love or to hate certain things. So, here is my list:What I ‘love’: Viennese coffee houses. T
Being an expat myself, every time I meet another foreigner living in Vienna, one single question pops up in my head: why Austria, why Vienna.After numerous answers that I’ve received, I’ll try to