Join me on a unique tour to the Schönbrunn Palace Park and let’s enjoy together the most beautiful baroque garden in Austria […]
Follow me on a moving tour through a green oasis, the beginning of the Alps in the middle of Vienna and lets feel the vibrant athmospher! […]
The Albertina Art Museum in the 1st district is one of the most important and extensive collections of graphic art in the world. Founded in 1776 by Duke Albert of Saxony-Teschen and his wife Archduchess Marie Christine, the collection was moved in 1792 to today’s Palais Erzherzog Albrecht, which was then also used as the […]
Completed in 1901, the building of the former Portios & Fix company – important furniture manufacturers in Austria-Hungary – by Max Fabiani in Ungargasse in the 3rd district shows the full skill of this extraordinary architect of functionalist modernism. The attic with its semicircular, wrought-iron eaves lattice and the strikingly geometric, colorful tiling of the […]
The contemporary Alban Berg monument from 2016 in front of the Vienna State Opera is not just an ideal meeting point for visitors to Vienna. It commemorates both the composer of the Viennese atonal school, Alban Berg, and three fellow composers associated with his work: his teacher Arnold Schönberg, his friend Anton Webern and court […]
There is hardly a tour through the backyards of Vienna without a visit to the Fähnrichhof in the Inner City, which can be entered through the no less famous Blutgasse. The foundation in the 13th century is legendarily connected with the Templars, who are said to have had their headquarters there. The eventful history of […]
The Palace Miller-Aichholz (since 1955 Europahaus Vienna) in the 14th district was built in the mid-18th century by Johann Bernhard Fischer vor Erlach for Baron von Grechler. Later it was owned by the Esterházy family for about 100 years and due to its favorable location near the Vienna Woods it was a meeting place for […]
Magnificent view to the north and south from the rooftop of the Haus des Meeres in the 6th district.
The Don Bosco Church (parish church Neuerdberg) in the 3rd district planned by Robert Kramreiter, was opened after 4 years of construction in 1958 on the site of an elementary school destroyed in WWII and forms with its well-proportioned form with powerful west work a beautiful example of post-war modernism (Mid-century modern) in Vienna. The […]
The Antwerp Passion Altar from about 1460 in the museum of the Votivkirche is considered the most important surviving carving with original coloring from the second half of the 15th century and was owned by the sculptor Hans Gasser, among others, until it was purchased by Emperor Franz Josef I for the Ambras collection in […]
In the course of a Sneak Preview to the Open House – Event on 9 & 10 Sept 2023 there was the opportunity to visit the Vienna University Library in the strict-historical main building of the University of Vienna by Heinrich Ferstel from 1883 at the Ringstraße. With nearly 8 million books, e-books, e-journals, etc. […]
The bronze Nestroy Monument in honor of Johann Nestroy in the 2nd district was created by Viennese sculptor Oskar Thiede and originally unveiled at the nearby Nestroyplatz in 1929. After being placed in the Max Reinhardt Seminar for over 30 years, it returned near its original location in 1983. The playwright, comedian, theater director and […]
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9. Dezember 2023 / 10:00 - 12:30
Albertina, 1010 Wien
I am a certified tourist guide and tour manager, travel blogger and globetrotter. As a local I love to explore the city that inspires me with my guests.
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