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vegetarian • museums • vintage • yoga • bakery • performing arts • book shop
What are the Vienna spots a first-time visitor can’t miss?
Schloss Schönbrunn, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ringstraße, Vienna City Center.
What do you do and why do you do it?
I study music and movement with piano being my main instrument and I just love to express myself through these mediums, be creative, play with other talented people and last but not least: teach others and help them to positively influence their lives with music and movement :)
How much do you spend on an average night out on the town?
It really depends, but you don’t need to spend a lot of money to have a fab time in Vienna.
Which Vienna shops do you hit up when you’re itching for something new?
Not too proud of this, but often it's Monki... However, I also like WeBandits, Kauf Dich Glücklich and Vintage stores like Kleider gehen um.
Your all-time favorite musicians:
Maggie Rogers and Ibeyi!
Which neighborhood is it best to experience during the day / night?
I’d say 1st, 4th,6th,7th and 3rd :)
What’s the area in town you’ll never be caught dead in?
Liesing, the 23rd district. Too far away, too boring, no city vibes.
Where would you take a date for a romantic night out?
In the summer I’d go to Alte Donau, grab some wine and watch the sunset by the water.
Drunk and hungry - where do you go in Vienna?
Swing Kitchen (though they’re not open thaaat long).
It's freeeeezing out - what should a visitor do?
Hit up a Christmas Market as long as it’s November or December!
Your go-to brunch spots:
Joseph Bistro, Ulrichs and Ströck Feierabend.
Tomorrow’s your last day in Vienna. How do you spend it?
I'd take a Yoga class in my favourite studio, take my friends to brunch, then walk around Schloss Schönbrunn, have coffee and cake at Phil, walk around the Ringstraße, listen to a concert or go to the Gartenbaukino, have some drinks afterwards and then happily and very tired go to sleep.