Top 5 Christmas destinations in Europe you shouldn’t miss!

What can possibly be a better Christmas gift, then treating yourself or someone you love with a trip? Travel makes us experience, grow, and make memories that last forever. Especially at this time of the year, when good vibes radiate at every corner, when cities are colorful, lively and decorated, it is the perfect time… Read more »

Storyteller: Must-have Travel Accessories that Tell your Story

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” You have for sure see this quote from Ibn Battuta all over social media so far (according to Google it belongs to him, but we are wrong let us know). We must say we totally agree with him! Even daily life can make… Read more »

An Ultimate Guide to Vintage Shopping in Vienna

Hello vintage lovers! Vintage Shopping in Vienna was a post requested numerous time from our Instagram followers, so here we are today, addressing this topic. We must say, we are personally not vintage shoppers (even though we love this style and treasures that can be found in vintage shops), so this post is the result… Read more »

Vienna Insider Christmas Markets Guide

Vienna’s highest tourist season is right now – at Christmas time! So here is for you, our Vienna Insider Christmas Markets Guide! We update this post each year, with fresh information. Pretty much everything is the same each year. Except for the prices… That usually get higher and higher but, so are tourists in Vienna, so…… Read more »

The View to Remember: Viennese Vineyards with Traubisoda

Did you know that Vienna is surrounded with around 700 hectares of vineyards? It is from up there, the hills surrounding the city, where you can enjoy the breathtaking view over entire Vienna and beyond, hike, have a picnic. But how to get to the Viennese vineyards and when is the best place to visit?… Read more »

Was it worth it? Our Visit to Königssee in Bavaria

Was it worth it? Traveling all the way to Germany to visit Königssee in Bavaria? Königssee belongs to the Berchtesgaden National Park and it is Germany’s deepest lake. Many people claim that it is also Germany’s most beautiful Alpine lake and it is also one of the most visited destinations in Germany. But is it… Read more »

Gastronomic Adventure in Apron – Did we just discover the Best Restaurant in Vienna?!

Ladies and gentlemen let me proudly introduce you to the new restaurant at the Vienna gourmet scene – welcome to Apron! Opened this June, Apron already earned two honorable toques (in German: begehrte Hauben) from Gault Millau, that placed them to the list of the officially best restaurants in town. And this means only one… Read more »

Pumpkin Patch in Vienna – Must visit in October!

The quest for the pumpkin patch in Vienna has come to an end. And the news is bad – there is no pumpkin patch in Vienna! Or at least not that I know it. But the second good news – there is a pumpkin patch almost in Vienna, in a gorgeous, neighboring little town Klosterneuburg…. Read more »

One and only Windmill in Austria – We discover you where to find it!

Eager for some Holland vibes? Well today we are revealing you where to find one and only windmill in Austria! Ok, if you Google it, it seems like there is one more in the north of the country… But based on what is written on the website the well known Windmühle in small village Podersdorf,… Read more »

Study in Vienna: Life in a dorm or a shared flat?

If you are planning to study in Vienna or temporary move here for an internship, or something else, most likely you will end up deciding between life in a dorm or a shared flat. Ok, it is also great if you can rent a flat for yourself, but we will cover that in some of… 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 »