The Architekturzentrum Wien (Vienna Architecture Centre) collectively encompasses three halls used for temporary exhibitions, a library...
The dark basalt edifice and sharp corners of the Museum Moderner Kunst are a complete contrast to the MuseumsQuartier’s historical...
With a seating capacity close to 1000, the Volkstheater is one of Vienna’s largest theatres. Built in 1889, its interior is suitably...
Lux combines a cafe-bar and a modern bistro in the French mould, with wood floors and cheek-by-jowl tables. Slow food is the watchword...
Occupying the charming cobblestoned streets of the Spittelberg quarter, this market is traditionally the most beloved of the Viennese. Stalls sell quality arts and crafts, but not at the cheapest prices. No matter what the temperature, you’ll find people crowded around gluhwein stalls, especially outside Lux and Plutzerbräu.