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Things to do with your Dog in Vienna during Summer
Even dogs love to go swimming when it’s hot in town. Here are some places, where you can go swimming with your beloved animal.
Queer Guided Tours at Hands Up
Right in time for pride month, the permanent exhibition "Hands up" offers queer guided tours and introduces us to the sub-sub culture of deaf LGBTIQ+ people.
Vienna for Lesbians
For years, the lesbian community dwelled in the shadow of the gay community, there have always been places for meeting, dancing and flirting though.
Fire Brigade Museum
A rather unusual museum, the Fire Brigade Museum takes you on a journey through the history of Vienna firefighters over the centuries. If you are into historic fire trucks, this is the place to be.
Schönbrunn Zoo in Vienna is the first choice for an excursion to the fascinating world of animals. As part of the UNESCO world heritage of the imperial summer residence Schönbrunn, the zoo offers a unique symbiosis of culture and nature the whole year round.
Roman Museum Vienna
Vindobona - the Roman name for the city of Vienna. In the year 6 of our time, the first Roman legionaries setteld in the area today known as Vienna and it became important, when emperor Marc Aurel resided in Vindobona and Carnuntum to fight invading Germanic tribes.
The Gay and Lesbian Ball Season in Vienna
Vienna without its countless balls is just impossible to imagine. Vienna has been waltzing for centuries and of course, the Viennese LGBTIQ community have tapped into the tradition and created its own ball tradition. T
Gay Restaurants in Vienna
Culinary Vienna is a paradise for gourmets. The cuisines of the former crown lands of the k.u.k. Monarchy have shaped Austrian and especially Viennese cuisine. But of course there is more than Wiener Schnitzel and and Sacherwürstel to be found on the city's menus ...
Gay Cafés in Vienna
A trip to Vienna would be incomplete without visiting at least one coffee house. And of course, there are also some gay cafés where you can indulge in the various traditional Viennese types of coffee and pastries, like Sachertorte.
Gay Bars in Vienna
Welcome to gay nightlife in Vienna. Most of the LGBTIQ communities bars are located in the 4th, 5th and 6th district of Vienna on both sides of Naschmarkt.
Prince Eugene of Savoy was probably one of the most prominent migrants in the history of Austria. He wasn't only one of the most prolific field marshal, he's also one of the most prominent homosexuals in Austria. He loved beautiful thins and beautiful things, he built, e.g. Belvedere Castle.
Working Class Architecture in Vienna
From 1918 to 1934 Vienna was ruled by the Socialist Labor Party. The focus of their actions was on the social field and on housing. The majority of the urban population should have the possibility to live in a dignified environment.