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Vienna is considered to be the gay capital of Austria, and the level of LGBT acceptance is at pretty high levels
The local gay community is huge and thousands of gay travellers choose to visit Vienna every year. Several politically powerful people have stated their homosexuality publicly since the old times.
The gay scene of Vienna is big and colorful, featuring several gay venues dispersed through the city.
Even though the daylight gay scene of Vienna is pretty good, nothing compares to its gay nightlife. The options are literally doubled, ranging from soft bars-lounges to hardcore cruising clubs.
For a chill-out atmosphere in Vienna, where you can relax and meet some other gay guys, you should visit Mango Bar, Felixx Bar, Village Bar, Cafe-Bar Cheri & Red Carpet.
If you want a nice clubbing experience in Vienna, you should definitely visit the Why Not Club.
For a more intense gay dancing experience in Vienna, you should visit Club-Losch, EAGLE Vienna,LMC VIENNA - HARD ON, and Sling.
The developed gay scene of Vienna has made it a target city for several amazing gay events as well. Some popular events are Identities Queer Film Festival, Rainbow Parade and Rainbow Ball.
Vienna has a characteristic cuisine that differs a lot from the cuisines of other regions in Austria, even if Viennese cuisine is often linked with Austrian cuisine.
Vienna is the center of the Austrian culture, being the home of several historical buildings & the breathtaking State Opera House.
It's the best destination for luxurious holidays in Austria, as it's packed with luxurious activities to do like attending an opera show or dining at a gourmet restaurant.
Vienna is one of the most interesting shopping places in Austria, and maybe Europe, as it features a tremendous diversity of shopping opportunities.
Graben Kohlmarkt and Karntnerstrasse are the best streets for a luxurious window shopping extravaganza, located in the city centre of Vienna.
Mariahilfer Strasse is a commercial shopping street in Vienna located between Westbahnhof and Ringstrasse.
There is a wide diversity of theaters in Vienna where you will be able to attend a theatrical show or even an opera performance.
Theaters: State Opera House, Musikverein, The Vienna Philharmonic, Spanish Riding School, Volksoper, Kursalon Wien - Sound of Vienna, Konzerte in der St. Anna Kirche, Jazzland, and Burgtheater.
Vienna might be the biggest city in Austria, however it has managed to preserve the atmosphere of a small town.
The best place to explore the culture and history of Austria is by visiting one of the numerous museums dispersed through the city.
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During the day, you should pay a visit in one of the several gay-friendly cafes & restaurants, and taste the rich local cuisine or drink the delicious Viennese coffee in a more open environment.
Some distinctive places to spend your afternoon are Cafe Berg, Cafe Savoy, Palmenhaus and Cafe Willendorf.Read More
A particularly worthy of notice event which happens annually in Vienna is Life Ball.
Life Ball is an event, organised every year by the non-profit organisation AIDS LIFE, which was founded in 1992. It's the most popular HIV charity event with a serious cause that…Read More
There is an abundance of restaurants to choose in Vienna, serving traditional recipes, as well as international dishes.
The most popular restaurants in Vienna are Vinothek W-Einkehr, Die Metzgerei, Trattoria Toscana La No, Dstrikt Steakhouse, Le Ciel by Tony Morward, ef16 Restaurant Weibar, Loca,…Read More
Naschmarkt is the most popular market in Vienna, taking place at the Wienzeile over the Wien River.
The Naschmarkt market happens since the 16th century and has all kinds of goods like fresh fruit & vegetables from all over the world, exotic herbs, cheese baked goods, torte,…Read More
There is a wide range of Viennese recipes that you should definitely try when you visit the city, the most popular of which are Wiener schnitzel, Tafelspitz, Beuschel and Selchfleisch.
Wiener schnitzel (fried veal coated in breadcrumbs) Tafelspitz (boiled beef) Beuschel (a stew of meat and vegetables with veal lungs and heart) Selchfleisch (smoked meat)Read More
The dessert is an essential part of a Viennese meal, some popular Viennese desserts are Apfelstrudel, Millirahmstrudel, Kaiserschmarrn and Sachertorte.
Apfelstrudel (strudel with apples) Millirahmstrudel (milk-cream strudel) Kaiserschmarrn (shredded pancakes with fruit compotes) Sachertorte (two-layered chocolate cake with apricot…Read More
Vienna is the home of a wide diversity of natural parks, gardens, and zoos giving outstanding relaxation opportunities in nature even within the city.
The most popular natural parks in Vienna are Schoenbrunn Palace, Tiergarten Schoenbrunn - Zoo Vienna, Schonbrunner Gardens, Schlosspark Schonbrunn, People's Park, Haus des Meeres…Read More
There are several spas and wellness centers in Vienna, offering proffesional spa treatments and services.
The most popular spas are Therme Wien, Aisawan Boutique Spa, Sans Souci Spa, So SPA by Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom, Sacher Spa, Kaiserbruendl Herrensauna, Mon Corps Hamam, Schoenburnner…Read More
Vienna’s tours will be of great help, if you want to explore the city thoroughly. There are kinds of tours in Vienna including city tours, walking tours, and sightseeing tours.
The most popular tours are PolaWal, Discover Vienna Tours, Viennatour, Trekking Austria - Guided Mountain Hiking, Twin City Liner, Opera of Vienna Guided Tour, and Third Man Tour…Read More