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.
The Vienna Tourist Board, as a member of the World Tourism Cities Federation, is a conference with a positive outlook that reflects well on the Austrian capital of Vienna. Even niche markets, such as the rental of serviced apartments are benefiting and growing as a result of tourism.
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.
The Vienna housing market continues to boom - the great demand for properties and the simultaneous decline of offers has led to a jump in real estate prices. In the meantime, the renter’s market is recovering, as Vienna is 42nd in the global comparison of rentals.
Vienna is known to be on top of many international rankings. For the past three years, the Mercer Study repeatedly awarded the Austrian capital as the city with the highest quality of life in the world. During the ranking for "The Top 10 Smart Cities on the planet" Vienna was consequently named the smartest city in the world. Being an innovative city with much potential, Vienna is also becoming more and more interesting for tourism and international business companies.
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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.