Austria

Here you’ll find all blog posts about Austria: the most helpful travel tips, most exciting destinations, most spectacular itineraries, extensive packing lists and much more!

Lima56 Vienna

First try of Peruvian Cuisine – Lima56

Latin America is right around the corner – Peruvian delicacies at Lima56 in Vienna Today I want to take you on a different journey – a journey that won’t involve any planes: a culinary journey to Peru – without having to fly all the way to Latin America. If you know me you know my love to almost anything from there: the language(s), people, landscapes, beaches, mountains, valleys, long bus rides, pure…

lend eats differently

Lend eats differently – 4 courses to happiness

Exploring the culinary side of Lend Some of you may already know that I moved to Graz, the Styrian capital, recently. I had been commuting from Leoben to Graz multiple times a week for years so the city is not completely new to me. I do know my way around Graz but exploring my own city as a tourist has been on my mind for a quite some time now….

Street Food Festival Graz Austria

Street Food Market Festival in Graz

Street Food Market Festival in Graz Life is too short for bad food This weekend the Street Food Market Festival was held in Graz. It was my first food festival to attend to in Austria and I was really excited to go there. It was not so easy to get there because of the location and it would have been so much easier with a car, but the bus ride(s)…

Schloss-Schoenbrunn

Explore Vienna without damaging your pocket

Explore Vienna without damaging your pocket People always seem to think of either kangaroos or “the Sound of Music” when they think of Austria. Having been born and raised in Austria this is more than just a little frustrating.  Austria may be small but it is a very diverse country.  Since I want you to become an Austria expert I have asked bloggers to share their favourite stories, places and also mishaps with you. If…

Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm

A Cosmopolitan Tyrolean Village in Austria – Kitzbühel

A Cosmopolitan Tyrolean Village in Austria – Kitzbühel People always seem to think of either kangaroos or “the Sound of Music” when they think of Austria. Having been born and raised in Austria this is more than just a little frustrating.  Austria may be small but it is a very diverse country.  Since I want you to become an Austria expert I have asked bloggers to share their favourite stories, places and also mishaps…

graz trägt Trauer

Graz in Mourning

We stroll through Herrengasse in Graz, many are out on this Saturday under the almost clear sky and are happy about the beautiful day. We decide to sit down at a coffee shop in Kaiserfeldgasse. We talk about a lot of things. We notice the siren of an emergency vehicle. We keep on talking about other trivial things. Another siren. He mutters ‘…there hasn’t passes a tram in quite a while…’…