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One more photo that I found on my phone after going through my images. It was a great experience. Sadly I wasn't able to enjoy it on my way back to Canada.

5 years ago

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Hi Ando! I am so happy to read this fortunenote! Although three days is not enough time to explore Vienna in full, I hope you got an idea about the live here. There is for sure a lot more to be seen, but on the other hand it is always good to leave something for next time :)
I hope you are looking forward to "get lost" in the Viennese culture :)

5 years ago

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More than a year and a half ago, I was invited by my friend Vesela to visit Austria and discover the amazing culture of Vienna

5 years ago

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So far I've stayed 3 days and the city is small enough to be seen for that time. The center is typical european. The transportation is well organized and people are friendly (a good amount of them speak English).

On my way to Canada in August I'll make sure to spend a couple of days here so I can get into the "not so popular" places and feel more of the typical Austrian culture. Definitely going to Naschmarkt again!

Here is a photo (not mine) from the place so you can get a sense of the place.

5 years ago

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I was just passing through Vienna on my trip in Europe. I'll surely come back on my way back to Canada as there is a lot more to see.. The experience is well worth the time and there is so much to learn about the great composers and the culture in general.

The social life was great and we were able to get to a very trendy bar in the center. It is at the rooftop of the "25 Hour Hotel". The view from the top is great, the music was good and the crowd was probably in their late twenties/early thirties. Overall happy, smiling faces and great service. Definitely check it out.

5 years ago

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I was able to visit most of the great places in the city. I was also able to get lost because of the german language, which if you don't know, is extremely hard to understand.

The place where I would take anyone, and where I was also taken is called Naschmarkt. It is a market where they sell fruits and vegs but at the same time there are many bars and restaurants. The contrast between the typical market and the trendy, well dressed customers of the restaurants is striking in every way. If you are visiting Vienna, make sure that you visit this social place.

5 years ago

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The National Library in Viena was an exceptional place. The area around it was very aristocratic and the buildings spoke of times of great success.

5 years ago

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