CEWE Instawalk through Picture Perfect Viennese Cafes

So many of you loved our blog post about the most Instagrammable cafes in Vienna, so today it is time to show you a few more picture perfect Viennese cafes, that I got to visit during CEWE Instawalk, together with a few other fellow bloggers. Probably everyone already knows CEWE,  but just in case you… Read more »

Japanese in Vienna – Interview and Insider Tips from the Artist Manaho Shimokawa

In the previous post, I have introduced you to the “People of Vienna”, new section on the blog, where foreigners in Vienna will share their stories and authentic tips, about where you can experience their culture in the Austrian capital. The first in the row, is the story of a gorgeous Japanese in Vienna, multi-talented… Read more »

Introducing the People of Vienna

Hello our dear readers! Did you know that our Vienna Insider was founded by an anthropologist? Please just don’t tell me now that you don’t know that anthropologists are researching peoples and cultures around the world, and are interesting in all aspects of human culture. From food, to medicine, material culture, economics, migrations, indigenous peoples,… Read more »

Night to Remember – The Golden Masquerade Ball at Hilton Vienna Plaza

Vienna ball season has passed and it is time to reflect upon the Golden Masquerade Ball at Hilton Vienna Plaza. Remember, I told you about it back in December? And I was really happy to meet some of you, our dear Vienna Insider readers there! The Golden Masquerade Ball was a night to remember, that… Read more »

Stay in the heart of Ljubljana, just like the Queen – Grand Hotel Union

Ljubljana, the charming Slovenian capital is always worth a visit. Especially if you are based in Vienna, Ljubljana may be a great choice for a weekend getaway, or a short trip. It is only 3 and a half hours drive from Vienna by car, but there are also very affordable deals if you want to… Read more »

Must Visit Traditional Viennese Cafés and Pastry Shops

Worldwide Vienna is known for its coffee culture and cakes. All around the city, but especially in the heart of Vienna, you will find numerous historic cafes and pastry shops, that cherish the spirit of the traditional Viennese coffee culture and serve extraordinary Austrian cakes. Today we share with you our top 8 Must Visit… Read more »

Waking up to Bled lake view – Our Stay at Hotel Golf

Have you ever been to Bled? In December my bestie Sisi and I have visited this adorable Slovenian lake town. For me it was the second (the first was actually 10 years ago), while for Sisi it was the first time here. During our short trip we stayed at Hotel Golf by Sava Hotels and… Read more »

The joy of giving – New Year’s gift ideas

It is the most wonderful time of the year! Time to shine, to reflect upon the year passing by, to feel the joy of giving and show some love with presents for your dearest people. Una and I belong to those people who actually prefer the whole act of giving gifts then receiving them. Not… Read more »

The Golden Masquerade – Vienna Ball of Mystery and Glamour

Nothing depicts the glamour of Vienna as the ball season. It feels like suddenly finding yourself somewhere in the past – you notice people walking around in those gorgeous outfits, all excited, on the way to those incredible locations where they dance, have fun and mingle. Now tell me, have you ever been to a… Read more »

Why you shouldn’t miss Christmas in Linz

Last weekend we were on a special mission powered by Linz Tourismus – to explore Linz and its Christmas markets! Mingling around, discovering the city on a chilly weather, tasting all those delicious treats and drinks was not an easy job, but someone had to do it. 😀 And we brought our dear friends and… Read more »

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  • Autumn at the Central Cemetery

    October was all about taking pictures of autumn colors. Besides the classical choice of going for a walk in some of the Viennese gardens, to enjoy the autumn scenery in a peaceful atmosphere, many Viennese go to the Central Cemetery – Zentralfriedhof. The Central Cemetery is actually one of the largest cemeteries in the world… Read more »

  • Cafe Pushkin

    Cafe Pushkin was definitely the best restaurant I have visited during my stay in Moscow. It was here where my dear friend Nastia and I went for a lunch on my last day in Moscow. I wanted us to go to some special place to make the last day memorable and celebrate the nice time… Read more »

  • Postcard from Moscow

    Moscow was on top of my travel list ever since my childhood. I dreamed of standing at the Red Square, admiring the beauty of Saint Basil’s cathedral, which for me is one of the most amazing buildings in the whole world. I was looking forward to exploring the streets of this megalopolis, drive with the subway… Read more »

  • Goodbye September

    Goodbye September, hello October! It has been only a month since we returned from Vienna, but it feels as if it has been two, due to the amounth of things that need to be done. In between exams, lectures, studying and packing for travels that are approaching, we managed to squeeze in some time to… Read more »

  • Mole West at Neusiedl Lake

    Neusiedl lake is a perfect destination close to Vienna, if you feel tired of the city vibes. In just 40 minutes ride, there you are, at a beautiful lake, covered in a blanket, sipping tea and enjoying a delicious, warm apple pie! Sounds great, right? The maritime atmosphere, cold breeze, serenity and splendid view from… Read more »

  • Studiranje u Beču – Korisne informacije

    Special post for our Serbian speaking readers about studying in Vienna. Let us know in the comments if you would like to see a similar post in English! xoxo, Una and Isidora   Drage naše kolege studenti, Kako često dobijamo pitanja na temu studiranja u Beču, odlučile smo da uvedemo novu kategoriju na blogu u… Read more »

  • Berry season at Café Landtmann

    We feel quite special about Landtmann, because this was the first traditional Viennese cafe-restaurant we visited in Vienna. Back then in autumn 2013 (while Isidora still lived in Belgrade and Una just moved to Vienna), Landtmann was the place where we took all of our friends for desserts. And there were many friends we met,… Read more »

  • On top of Hochhaus Herrengasse

    Hochhaus Herrengasse was the first skyscraper in Vienna, built in the 1930s. This building is residential (lucky you if you are living there! 🙂 ), containing mostly single flats. Back in the 1930s this caused a kind of a scandal in the city, since single flats were not a common thing. Probably because of this… Read more »

  • Back in Vienna

    After two months at home, we are back in Vienna again, ready for the new challenges! 🙂 This means of course, that we will continue with Vienna posts, restaurant recommendations, as well as occasional autumn outfit posts. By the way, from now on there will be two posts in a week – every Monday and… Read more »

  • Magic of the Old Mountain

    At the beginning of August, we went on a road trip around South-East Serbia. We had a wonderful time discovering our home country and its natural beauties. One of our stops was Stara Planina – the Old Mountain, amazing place, barely urbanized where you can fully enjoy the peace of the untouched nature. Babin Zub… Read more »