Just moved to Vienna, but no idea how to get around? Well, there are many ways to strive through this amazing city. Whether you prefer public transport or going on your own by car or bike, Vienna offers a load of transport possibilities.
Tomorrow on February 14 is Valentine’s Day – do you have special plans with your beloved ones? If not, we help you with some romantic suggestions, how you could spend the day in Vienna, for romantics, couples and singles.
From 9th to 17th of March 2013 the Wohnen & Interieur fair takes place in the Messe Wien, Vienna, Austria. It is Austria’s biggest fair for interior design and garden trends, presenting designs from all over the world.
You are new in Vienna, or in the city for a few days and didn’t buy a travel guide or a map? Or you’ve been living here since a little while but did not explore the whole city yet? Don’t worry there are some very interesting and helpful apps informing you about Vienna and its sights, local tips and public transport.
Easter is almost here and viennaresidence gives you some hints how you can spend your Easter holidays in the city of Vienna. Visiting Easter markets in the city, dying eggs, enjoying live concerts and culinary delights – Vienna has a lot to offer.
More than 430 townships and cities take part in the European Mobility Week, which takes place from September 16th to 22nd, a significant step in fighting the biggest problem in climate protection – traffic.
viennaresidence runs this newsroom to inform you about what is going on in Austria, especially in Vienna. Moreover we want you to become closer with Austria’s culture and way of living.
The blog articles offer a variety of information and they will relate to different topics, like sports, culture, shopping, nightlife, culinary and of course apartments in Vienna.