Vienna | a city made for lovers

With its own food culture, (Viennese ≠ Austrian), vineyards within driving distance and claim to the most liveable city in Europe, Vienna is not a place that easily disappoints.

While all of the above is true one only needs to reach for a ’Lonely Planet Guide’ to find out for themselves. Earlier this year we visited Austria’s capital to see what lies beneath,and what we found was a city that respected its past while fully embracing the contemporary. Find our most loved locales below…


The best way to get to know Vienna is by foot. Take an afternoon stroll through Donaukanal and see how the locals enjoy a summer’s day.
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LEFT veal schnitzel at Naschmarkt TOP RIGHT It’s all about the meat baby, the beef burger is a must – the best in town BOTTOM RIGHT open air swimming pool at Donaukanal
Art Deco style building and stairs
A birds eye view of the gardens at the Belvedere museum
Ai Wei Wei : TRANSLOCATION – TRANSFORMATION at the Belvedere museum through November 20th , 2016
LEFT Gustav Klimt master piece “The Kiss” at Belvedere TOP RIGHT Early works by Egon Schiele at the Leopold Museum BOTTOM RIGHT not sure if this was a performance but this couple could not get enough of each other at the Leopold Museum
The Secession Building
Cafe Sperl, a historic Viennese café located in the 6th district
Love Saves The Day, a vintage shop in the hip area of Vienna’s Neubau, reminds me of our very own and beloved vintage shop by the same name on the corner 2nd ave and 7th street..RIP LSTD NY
TOP LEFT Peng! a shop and archives of stylist Roman Globan BOTTON LEFT prints from Handdruck a letterpress shop with a great selection of prints, t-shirts and other items RIGHT owner of Handdruck Martin Novak
LEFT The Vienna Naschmarkt RIGHT a beautiful dinner setting in Vienna’s historic center
Grab a cold drink and sit by the canal edge like the locals do
LEFT Library building of the Vienna University of Technology RIGHT If you like Gaudi’s work you can’t miss Hundertwasserhaus Vienna
Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station, designed by Otto Wagner

Photography by JJ JIMENEZ
Text by OCD