Some days full of Easter decorations, decorated eggs, culinary highlights and live music program - Easter is very important in Vienna, the Danube metropolis. Wonderful markets and amazing concerts await you during Easter time and will make you to love Vienna in spring!
The Albertina is celebrating its 10 years anniversary. After a long renovation, the Albertina New reopened its doors 2003. The anniversary is being celebrated with a whole week full of special exhibitions, parties with live music and an Open House Day.
You are living in Vienna and would like to go to a local cinema to see a new movie? But there’s only one problem: you don’t speak German. As the German-speaking-countries dub their movies, which were originally recorded in a foreign language, that might be a problem. (Dubbing is not common everywhere, but here we are used to that ;) ) But you don’t have to worry – there are also some English cinemas in Vienna!
Austria’s most important and oldest international film event celebrates its 50th anniversary this year of 2012. Founded in 1960, the Viennale has been showing 49 editions, presenting special and unique movies from Austria and the globe. This year the festival takes place for the 50th time, starting today until November 7.
The whole city of Vienna is turning towards summer. Not only the predicted 30 degrees for this weekend put us in summer mood – but also the Museumsquartier supports this feeling with its Summer Opening on May 3.
Vienna’s ‘Christkindlmärkte’ or Christmas markets are very famous and popular. With their sweet smell of hot wine punch, lebkuchen and biscuits, their unique Christmas decorations and gorgeous sea of lights the markets turn Vienna into a Christmas wonderland.
When those markets start into the new season, everyone gets into Christmas mood. During Advent a romantic atmosphere lies over the city.
After a complete technical renovation the Jewish Museum Vienna reopened its doors on both the Judenplatz and Dorotheergasse in the first district. It provides an insight into the Jewish past and present and its precious collections.
The International Design Fair invites from October 14th until 16th to a journey between provocation and suitability for daily use. About 150 creative heads presents new trends in the categories furniture, fashion, lights and accessories in the Viennese MAK – Museum for applied arts.
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