Housed inside Palais Eskeles, Vienna’s Jüdisches Museum showcases the history of Jews in Vienna, from the first settlements at...
Graben is dominated by the knobbly outline of this memorial, designed by Fischer von Erlach in 1693 to commemorate the 75,000 victims of...
Fledermaus is not the coolest disco in town but it is among the most relaxed and down-to-earth in terms of decor and club-goers, with a...
Possibly the finest sandwich shop in Austria, Trzesniewski has been serving spreads and breads to the entire spectrum of munchers for...
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Augarten Wien information
Wiener Porzellanmanufaktur Augarten makes Vienna’s finest porcelain – the most delicate of ornaments, vases and dinnerware with traditional hand-painted designs. Prices start at around €80 for a small vase and go way up. Tours of the factory are available; see the website for details.