Vienna - the capital of Austria
Austria’s capital offers a unique blend of imperial traditions and stunning modern architecture. It is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cozy wine taverns, and the very special Viennese charm.
Vienna: 150th anniversary of the Ringstrasse
Vienna's Ringstrasse is one of the most magnificent boulevards in the world.
There are few European cities whose history is as closely connected with Jewish Heritage as Vienna. Names such as Freud, Schönberg, Zweig or Herzl are forever linked with the capital’s rich tapestry of intellectuals and artists.
Ringstrasse - a Jewish Boulevard
The salons of the Jewish bourgeoisie along the Ringstrasse are legendary: hostesses entertained their wealthy friends and artists alike; creating spaces for artistic expressions.
Andy Warhol's Jewish Geniuses
A special visual treat from Vienna is currently on display in Melbourne. The Jewish Museum of Australia is exhibiting Andy Warhol’s Jewish Geniuses, having arrived from the Jewish Museum of Vienna.
Vienna - for gay travellers
You know Vienna for it's music and culture, for the coffee houses (yes, we did have coffee houses 300 years before Starbucks, or at least that’s what tradition tells us), for the Opera and for the Imperial history that the city still showcases everywhere.