News & events

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All information communicated here are taken from official Austrian web pages and brochures.


A large variety of events await you in Vienna: musicals, classic/opera, pop music, sports / exhibitions.

Museums and attractions: the Art History and the Natural History Museum, Museumsquartier, Hofburg, Schönbrunn, State Opera House, City Hall, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, St. Charles’ Church, Kunsthalle Vienna, Kunst Haus Vienna, Albertina, Spanish Riding School, Beethoven’s home, Mozart House Vienna, Schubert’s birthplace, Johann Strauß’s home, Planetarium, Haus des Meeres, Prater, Danube Tower…


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Every week there are new attractions and events in Klosterneuburg: theater, cabaret, pop, jazz, disco entertainment.

What you can always visit:

Klosterneuburg Abbey ( Stadtmusem, Essel Museum, Art / Brut Center Gugging

Near Klosterneuburg:
Austrian Museum of approval, nature park oak grove, Vienna Woods, ...

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You can find a list of

Vienna sausage stands:

              Albertina: 1th district , Albertinaplatz

              Hoher Markt: 1th district, Hoher Markt

              Zur Oper: 1th district, Kärntner Straße 42


Several cafés:

               Gerstner: 1th district, Kärntner Straße 13-15

               Mozart bei der Oper: 1th district, Albertinaplatz 2

               Weimar bei der Volksoper: 1th district, Währingerstrße 68




A selection of restaurants serving Viennese cuisine:

                 Griechenbeisl: 1th district, Fleischmarkt 11

                 Figlmüller: 1th district, Wollzeile 5

                 Bastei Beisl: 1th district, Stubenbastei

                 Wienerrathauskeller: 1th district, Rathausplatz 1

                 Rote Bar im Sacher: 1th district, Philharmonikerstraße 4

                 Schweizerhaus: 2th district, Prater

                 Salm Bräu: 3th district, Rennweg

                 Kahlenberg: 19th district, Am Kahlenberg 2-3

                 Donauturm Wien: 22th district, Donauturmstraße 4



 Typically Viennese “Heurige” at

  Grinzingerstraße, Pfarrplatz, Kahlenberger Straße, 19th district


  Various trendy “in” places:

                 Drings: 1th district, Kärntner Ring 8

                 Palmenhaus: 1th district, Burggarten

                 Settimo Cielo& Weinbar: 1th district, Singerstraße 3



International cuisine: Sitting in the heart of Vienna, you can wander the continents of the world by tasting a range of international cuisine: American, Italian, Asian, Indian, Greek, Rumanian, Mediterranean cuisine.


Vienna Nightlife: every week brings new attractions and events in form of theatre, cabaret, pop, jazz, disco and entertainment.

Things you can always do: visit the Klosterneuburg Monastery, City Museum, Essl Museum, Art / Brut Centre Gugging.

Near Klosterneuburg: the Austrian ‘Museumgütesiegel’, Nature Park, Eichenhain, Vienna Woods….

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Vienna markets

Vienna’s markets are in season all year round


Naschmarkt: offers a mix of Viennese and international specialities.

Address: 4th district, Wienzeile.

Accessible by subway: U4, Kettenbrückengasse.


Karmelitermarkt: Orient in Vienna.

Address: 2th district, Krummbaumgasse

Accessible by subway: U2: Taborstraße oder Tram 2: Karmeliterplatz


Rochusmarkt: Food, fruit, vegetables, flowers, selection of cheese.

Address: 3th district, Landstraßer Hauptstraße

Accessible by subway: U3: Bus 74A, 79A: Rochusgasse


Brunnenmarkt: located in the multicultural district of Vienna.

Address: 16th district,  Brunnengasse            

Accessible by subway: U6: Thaliastraße, Tram 46: Brunnengasse, Tram2: Neulerchenfelder

Shopping centres Vienna

1. Shopping district Döbling

    Grinzinger Straße 112, 19th district


2. Shoppingcity Nord

    Ignaz Köck Straße 1,  21th district


3. Shoppingcity Süd


The Shopping City Süd is accessible via a new – free of charge – shuttle service, which runs in intervals of 30 minutes directly from the U6 subway station “Sieberhirten” to the shopping centre.

Monday to Friday: 8:15 a.m. to 8:15 p.m., and Saturdays 8:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.

(in intervals of 30 minutes).

Starting point / Destination: U6 subway station Siebenhirten.

3 Stops: SCS Entrance 1, SCS Entrance 9 and SCS Park.

Some popular shopping centres and streets in Vienna

1.      Mariahilfer Strasse, 6th district

2.      Kohlmarkt, 1th district

3.      Kärntner Strasse, 1th district

Shopping in Vienna

Business Hours:

In the shopping streets and shopping centres of Vienna business are generally open Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. On Sundays and holidays one can shop at souvenir shops, confectionary shops and at train stations (Westbahnhof, Franz-Josefs -Bahnhof, Praterstern) as well as the Vienna Airport.


The annual sale seasons in Vienna start around the end of June and at the beginning of January.

Tax free shopping:

Guests, who are not EU residents, are entitled to refunds of Austrian VAT (value added tax) – which is included in the purchase prices. The relevant minimum invoice amount is € 75.01. To obtain a refund, ask the salesperson for the GLOBAL BLUE CHEQUE and the GLOBAL BLUE ENVELOPE with a list of refund desks.


In the city centre you can browse in a variety of shops and try the different restaurants. Klosterneuburg gastronomy even invites Asian and Italian cuisine:

Manda: Asia Restaurant, Wasserzeile Nr.2, 11:30-15 o´clock, 17:30 – 23 o´clock

Castel Nuovo: Trattoria-Restaurant, Weidlingerstraße Nr.39, 11:30-23 o´clock, Monday Rest day