With her laughter, she wraps everyone around her finger and keeps track of the many works of art in the house. In Word Rap about Vienna, she reveals where to find the best chocolate and the densest jungle in the city.
Only in Vienna
Such a breadth of music and amazing quality - from classical music to Falco, from timeless electronic music to talented singers/songwriters.
The sea. Apart from that Vienna has it all.
Espresso at Cafe Comet across from the Altstadt. Charlie Fürth roasts his own coffee.
Schokov chocolate bars in delicious flavors such as sea salt & pepper, cardamom-almond croquant, chili-raspberry and rosemary-lemon.
"Zweitbester" in Margareten. Pleasant, fashionable eatery, and right around the corner is Schleifmühlgasse - a street with some of the city's most stylish galleries.
Not in the Tourist Guide
Grafittistrasse. That's really what it's called. In 2012, a 140 m-long wall was painted by Russian artist group ZUK Club, who have also left their traces behind in the Altstadt.
My Favorite Spot
Primevel forest in Lobau.
In summer, pedal-boat rides on the Alte Donau. In winter, sledding at St. Ulrichplatz.
The Vienna Museum with models of the city in its earliest years (currently closed for renovations; reopening 2024).
In front of the nightly light show of the Uniqa-Tower on the Donaukanal.
Something to skip, even if it's in the guide
Rides on the fiaker carriages. It's better to explore the city on foot, by city bike, or using one of our micro scooters.
In conclusion: What I love about the city?
Vienna is multicultural, offers something for all tastes, from classical opera performances to a Street Art Festival. There is a wide palette of culture, art and sport, plus lots of green spaces and water. And of course, the many opportunities to let your skateboard roll ;-)