#itsallgoodday – Vienna with Solero Strawberry Smoothie

Any ice-cream fans around here? Or pancake lovers? If yes, then just continue reading, I am sure that you will like this post. 🙂 The guys from Eskimo invited me to take part in their Solero Strawberry Smoothie campaign and show you how one of my good days looks like. And the best part was… Read more »

Last Spring

And while we are looking for a lost SD card with many new photos [hopefully it didn’t get lost somewhere in public], the time has come to finally post some forgotten posts. They have been living as drafts since last spring, but we hope you won’t mind this dear readers! 🙂 It is pity sometimes… Read more »

Sweet Sophistication – Creme de la Creme Vienna

As sugar addicts, wherever we go we are always hunting for new addresses where we can indulge in sweet delicacies. Vienna is well known for its cakes and pasties, so temptation is at every corner and impossible to resist. Just one look at those luring desserts and you are in, ordering a piece of cake…. Read more »

Postcard from Karlsplatz

Here is a sunny postcard from Karlsplatz, dear Vienna Insider readers! <3 I am sure that pretty much everyone is familiar with this gorgeous baroque church and square in the center of Vienna. And probably everyone already has at least one picture from this place! But if you are usually taking pictures of other people… Read more »

La Mercerie – The Best Croissants in Vienna

Bonjour from La Mercerie, the place with the best croissants in Vienna! We fell in love with La Mercerie months ago. It was love at first sight and bite. This lovely French style bakery, located in our favorite 9th district, was opened in a space that used to be an old pharmacy. The interior is… Read more »

Stop and smell the Peonies

While walking around Burggarten at this time of the year, you simply have to stop and smell the peonies. <3 Because you don’t get to see bushes of huuuuge peonies growing in public places often, don’t you? Peonies at Burggarten start blooming usually second week of April and last about around the end of first week of… Read more »

Cherry Blossom Time in Vienna

When is the cherry blossom time in Vienna? When can I see cherry blossoms, when do Magnolias in Vienna bloom… These are the questions we have been getting a lot at this time of the year. For this reason, we decided to write a blog post on the topic, for all of you blossom hunters… Read more »

Fashion Flashback – Editorial by Zalando

And at last spring is here! New beginnings, new trends and clothing items that I have been accumulating during the past months, are ready to be worn. Last winter was way too cold and I couldn’t be happier to finally get rid of the thick layers. Today’s fashion talk, inspired with Editorial by Zalando, is all about… Read more »

Brunch at Graben 30

An ideal Sunday has to include a brunch with our dearest people.  A while ago we were invited to a brunch at Graben 30, a new place in one of our favorite streets in the very center of Vienna. After having visited this gorgeous restaurant-bar, we can say first of all, that in our opinion a… Read more »

Winter Postcards from the Snowy Vienna

Snowy Vienna, it is a precious scene that I don’t get to experience every year. I really love snow, but for some reason, wherever I happen to be, it doesn’t snow. And it starts snowing as soon as I leave the place, which makes me go nuts. Because there is nothing I enjoy in winter… Read more »

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  • Strolling around Schwedenplatz

    We don’t really fancy Schwedenplatz, as it is always crowded and there is a lot of traffic. Anyway, there a few interesting things to see in this area. We started our walk from Stephansplatz, all the way down Rotenturmstrasse. We think of Rotenturmstrasse as of an ice-cream street, as there are around five or more… Read more »

  • Demel – The Imperial and Royal Court Confectionery Bakery

    Hi everyone! 😉 We are back today with the sweetest post so far, presenting you Demel – the Imperial and Royal Court Confectionery Bakery. Demel is a place where you can enjoy the most magnificent cakes and pastries, made according to the same recipes as 228 years ago, when its story begun. Tradition is cherished… Read more »

  • Schoenbrunn Palace Garden

    Hi everyone, it’s Isidora here 🙂 Today we have an outfit post which I wore during our visit to the Schoenbrunn palace garden. I love to wear long skirts especially in this transitional period. I think that they are very easy to style and create a flattering outfit. I wear them usually with a plain… Read more »

  • Stephansdom – St. Stephen’s Cathedral

    Last Thursday, we finally decided to climb to the south tower of Stephansdom – St.Stephen’s Cathedral, and take a look of Vienna from a new perspective. After 354 steps we arrived to our goal and enjoyed the stunning view of the city. For the ones who prefer a more comfortable option, the cathedral has one more… Read more »

  • Lunchtime in Mochi

    Close to the city center, and yet hidden from the tourist eye, Mochi is a place where trendy Viennese people enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine with a modern twist. The menu is very innovative and diverse, including soups and salads, dishes with fish and meat, different kinds of sushi, as well as interesting desserts. If you… Read more »

  • Transport – Going around Vienna

    Public transport in Vienna is very well organized and connected, so that you can easily and quickly reach any part of the city. Everything is well signalized, and it is difficult to get lost. The subway system consists of five lines (subway is known as U-Bahn in German): U1 (red), U2 (purple), U3 (orange), U4… Read more »

  • Vienna Opening Times

    Probably the only thing we dislike about here are Vienna opening times. In our home city Belgrade everything is open 24/7, and we are used to having the freedom to do whatever we are up to, any day of the week. It took us ages to get used to the fact that in Vienna, everything… Read more »

  • Cafe Central Vienna

    Cafe Central with its 130 years old history, is one of the most famous traditional cafes in Vienna. It is located in the beautiful palace Ferstel, close to Stephansplatz. At the end of the 19th and the beginning of 20th century, Café Central was a popular meeting point for prominent intellectuals among whom was also… Read more »

  • Schwarzenberg Square Vienna

    Since fall is almost here, we decided to publish this summer post, until it’s too late 🙂 Vienna is a city with a lot of fountains and beautiful squares. The Hochstahlbrunnen (high jet fountain) featured in today’s post was built in 1873 on Schwarzenberg Square, which is the longest square in the city. This fountain… Read more »

  • Inside Rathaus Vienna City Hall

    In our first post, we decided to guide you through the inside of one of the most popular sights of Vienna – Rathaus Vienna City Hall. Last Sunday, more than 1500 rooms of Rathaus were open for public. Despite long lines, all the waiting and bad weather, we decided to join the other 30 000 visitors and explore… Read more »