Vienna, the capital of Austria and an imperial capital and Habsburg residence for centuries impresses from the very first moment. This wide range of modern and time-honoured sights, important museums and traditional coffee houses paired with modern shopping culture and new architecture captivate visitors to Vienna. But what’s the best way to explore this metropolis with its 1.7 million inhabitants? Our tip: a tour along the Ringstrasse. You can experience pure art and culture with a sightseeing tour here. Starting out at the State Opera, you will pass the Natural History and Art History museums, see the Hofburg Palace, take a glance at the Hofburgtheater, admire the historic town hall, greet the Votive Church and at the end of the tour, pass via the Stadtpark back to the State Opera. The Stephansplatz, Graben shopping street and Kärntner Strasse are just a few minutes’ walk away. This magnificent setting is also home to the AIRFIELD flagship store. Fashion-focused customers can find everything they need for their wardrobes right here over an area of 70m2. Shop for the latest collections and then wear them to the opera or for a schnitzel at a local res-taurant in the evening. Anyone wishing to escape from Vienna’s tourist attractions is recommended to try the Naschmarkt and a walk through the Prater park. At the Naschmarkt in Vienna’s 6th district, you can sample food from all over the world. Want to try the best couscous outside of Marrakech? Then come here – you cannot fail to be impressed. Or did you forget to buy some herbs on your last trip to Turkey? Not a problem, you can restock here – there is a tremendous selection on offer.
 

Melanie Gleinser

Editor in Chief Diva Magazin

 

Highlight Vienna


Art and cuisine: An interplay of opposites, flirting with contrast: Vienna has a long-standing, eventful and truly unrivalled history. Instead of preserving this, memories are brought to life here and sometimes are truly dazzling. I love the little time capsules which you can delve into. For example the Bonbonniere Bar, the interior of which has barely changed since the 1930s. Or the Gasthaus Reinthaler where you can dine as if it were the year 1955.Art and cuisine are charmingly combined here: take the Cafe Korb, Anzengruber or the Hold. Painters, philosophers and actors pop in and out.
Beauty: I like to submerse my-self – quite literally – in another oasis of tranquillity: the Day Spa at the Park Hyatt is my favourite place for escaping the hustle and bustle of the city. I can particularly recommend the new facial treatments with Omorovicza here. I recomm- end giving this a try during your stay in Vienna because I feel at least 5 years younger ­afterwards!

 

 
 

Adi Weiss

Editor of the fashion magazine STYLE UP YOUR LIFE!

 

Highlight Vienna  and surrounding  area


Beauty: Fancy a bit of relaxation and some cool styling? Then head to top hairdresser Sven Konig. He will impress you with the perfect cut & colour as well as a fantastic head massage. www.sven-koenig.com
Restaurants: A trip to Baden, 25 km away from Vienna, is well worth it! Look forward to exploring a beautiful town with romantic alleyways and charming stores as well as ‘el gaucho’, the best steakhouse from Baden to Buenos Aires. www.elgaucho.at
Culture: The Wiener Metropol is a cult venue. From cabarets to musicals and theatre. There are all kinds of performances here. The highlight: the stage is open at three sides, meaning that you can be at the heart of things. www.wiener-metropol.at

 

 

 

The Prater park in the 2nd district is the ideal place to overdose on fresh air. This park consists of a unique meadow landscape, shaped by the Danube. If you fancy some candyfloss or a sausage, the world-famous amusement park is just a few minutes away. And at the end, try one of the traditional taverns in the picturesque 19th district. Enjoy a glass of wine and some delicious roast chicken – in your new AIRFIELD outfit, of course!


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