If you want to shop some sustainable fashion and lifestyle products, make sure to stop by Charlie + Mary in De Pijp on Gerard Doustraat.
If you’re in need of a hangover cure but want to avoid meat and cheese, a visit to Vegan Junk Food Bar is essential.
For those who have never had sauerkraut on their hotdog, now is the time and this is the place.
This authentic little Austrian sandwich shop is the place to go for some real and undisputed leberkäse—the traditional Austrian sandwich with beef and pork.
If you think vegan food is always healthy, green and boring, think again. At Veganista, you’ll find the most hyped ice cream in Vienna.
You can have a city trip and a beach holiday all in one at this beach bar. Settle into one of their comfy beach chairs and enjoy a cocktail.
A modern, fast casual restaurant where you can get a delicious, traditional dishes, all for less than 10 euros.
This 20-kilometer-long, narrow island in between the Danube and the New Danube is great for outdoor activities.
What makes Westlicht special is their mission; they not only just want to display photography as art, but they also want to focus on its relationship with the camera itself.
The Museum of Moderner Kunst, Mumok for short (translating to the Museum of Modern Art), is definitely a must-see when visiting Vienna.