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Vienna in 2 days

Vienna in 2 days

Vienna in 2 days

In this blog post, I am happy to share a few Vienna travel tips. Please keep in mind that we can also discover Vienna together! How? Let me be your Vienna photographer! Book me for a photo session in Vienna.

Expect a relaxed vibe that feels like exploring Vienna with a friend. We can meet in Albertinaplatz and begin our photo session from there. There are countless photo spots in Vienna city centre that I would love to show you. I am happy to suggest the most photogenic locations, but I also remain flexible in case you have a specific wish. Find more info about our Vienna Photo session here.

Vienna in 2 days

Vienna Day 1

Start the day with a good breakfast at the rooftop of Haus des Meeres. This is where these photos were taken.

Then go to the city centre and allow yourself to get beautifully lost in the backstreets and little alleyways of Vienna’s beautiful first district.

If you wish to visit the most crowded streets, these are Graben, Kohlmarkt and Kärntnerstrasse.

Afterwards, check the view of the city from the top of Stephansdom.

Visit the French bistro Beaulieu for a little snack. Order a rose lemonade!

The 25hours Hotel has a really nice rooftop bar. End the day here!

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Vienna in 2 days

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The Ultimate city guide for Vienna

Vienna Day 2

Start the day with a good breakfast at Paremi.

After breakfast, visit Belvedere. You have 3 options here: visit the museum, the gardens and the Christmas market during Christmas time.

Don’t forget to visit Naschmarkt, Vienna’s most popular street market.

Head over to Sacher Hotel or to Demel for a Sacher Torte.

Later on visit Schönbrunn or go to a restaurant for Schnitzel.

End the day at Sofitel’s rooftop bar for some cocktails.

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Shopping in Vienna

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Don’t get fooled by the pictures. I don’t go shopping at Gucci and Prada, unless it’s a special occasion, like a birthday or something. I usually do online shopping at home, with ease and comfort, especially when I am not in the mood of going out and mingling with the crowd and I personally avoid Saturdays, which automatically means long queues in the cash desk and fitting rooms. Some of the online shops I tend to shop at are Bonprix, Asos, Zara or Massimo Dutti.

When it comes to shopping in Vienna, some of the main shopping streets are Mariahilferstrasse, Neubaugasse, Kärntner Straße and of course the Golden Quarter which is a luxury shopping area in downtown Vienna. This is the area where you can find international designer labels but keep in mind that there are also many other interesting shops and boutiques in the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th districts, maybe not that well-known but still you might find pieces that you will love.

Summer is just around the corner and I feel like my garderobe needs a total makeover. To be more precise, I actually feel the need to give away all my clothes (or throw them from the window 🙂 ) and buy some new, fresh pieces. You see, it comes the day when you want to get rid of everything old.

My advice: better fewer but beautiful, than too many and useless. Buy fewer pieces, yet more precious. Always remember to prefer quality over quantity. ♥

Onyx Bar

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I was around the center of Vienna and the cold temperature made me crave for something sweet, so this is how I ended up this time at Onyx Bar. And since I like to share all those places I visit on The Viennese Girl blog with you all, I took some pictures, so that you can see how it looks, just in case you haven’t visited Onyx bar yet. This might be one of the most elegant bars in Vienna, I would say, and I would also recommend you to be nicely dressed if you decide to go there. Onyx Bar is the bar of the Do&Co Hotel and the place where my friends and I sometimes have some delicious after work cocktails with a stunning view to Graben and Kärntner Straße. This time not only the mousse au chocolat tasted so good but I am also glad with the outcome of the photos I took inside Onyx bar. Because of the beautiful daylight that enters from the huge windows, those photos are so bright and clean.♥