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Vienna Takes Home Title Of World's Most Liveable City
Melbourne was dethroned after seven years at the top.
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Austria Shifts To The Right As It Elects A 31-Year-Old Conservative Leader
The vote is set to also push the far-right into government.
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12 Baby Names Inspired By European Cities
By Linda Rosenkrantz, Nameberry
Malo Saint-Malo is a port city in Brittany featuring a Gothic cathedral and a granite-walled old town, and is noted for a
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This Austrian Cafe Charges Extra For People To Charge Their Phones
By Francois Murphy, Reuters
Pay up, people!
CULTURE & ARTS
Daniel Richter: On Vienna vs. Berlin
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Madrid Is the Best European City for Expats
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The Eternal City Falls Behind Rome is the lowest-ranked European city according to the results of the Expat Insider 2016
How Beauty Enhances Our Life
Celinne Da Costa
Celinne Da Costa is a brand identity coach, writer, and travel...
Recognizing the beauty that surrounds us every day goes far beyond improving our quality of life -- it is a skill that, when developed, allows us to find what's special in what everyone else overlooks as bland.
Tuck Travel: Vienna, Austria
Lauran & Justin Tuck
The travel experiences of a two-time Super Bowl Champion and h...
It's delicious. It's family-friendly. - Lauran Vienna is beautiful! We stayed in a lovely hotel called the Steigenberger
In My Beginning
A born New Yorker, I've been writing all my long life - novels...
They met at a masked ball in Prague. I never learned what their costumes were, but certainly her mane of auburn hair must have entranced him, and his tall dark handsomeness no doubt caught her eye.
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His Brother's Keeper: Chinese 'Schindler' Defied His Government To Rescue More Than 3,000 Austrian Jews
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But his trials had not ended. Shortly after retiring, he was notified by the Taipei government that his pension was revoked
7 Truths About Vienna
Author, Paris Movie Walks
If you want to see the Danube proper, take a subway train to the Donauinsel, but make sure you are looking for the river
Pending Deal on Montreal Protocol Amendment Second Only to Paris Agreement
Director, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solution...
In addition to calling for a tax code that creates incentives for renewable energy, the platform aims to generate half the
Gay Rights Cross the Street
I'm in Vienna -- the city of high culture -- standing in front of the Opera, where the standard "walk-don't walk" lights
Towering WWII Relic in the Heart of Vienna
Just off Vienna's happy-go-lucky Mariahilfer Strasse, I came upon a mighty WWII flak tower built in 1944, which still functions
Vienna's Mariahilfer Strasse, Now Filled with Pedestrian Joy
(This post originally appeared at blog.ricksteves.com/vienna-mariahilfer-strasse.) This little clip features one of my favorite
A Historic Face-Off in Vienna
Just finishing up my first day of research in Vienna, kicking off my eight-week summer trip, I was struck by how you can
Vienna's Music in the Air
Stepping out of my hotel in Vienna on my first hour in Europe (clearly still a bit bleary with jet lag), I'm confronted by
On the Culture Front: Beating the European Summer Crowds in Vienna
freelance arts/culture writer
If all of Vienna feels a bit like a palace, the Kempinski hotel is the embodiment of royalty. Walking into the marble saturated
How to See An Opera in Vienna for €3
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Is there a catch? Not exactly. These tickets are standing room only. You stand for concerts, church, the lines on Black Friday
I Fell in Love With a German on Tinder -- And It Wrecked Me Forever
I’m a twenty-something woman navigating my passions for writin...
He has amazing English, but a strong German accent. He has dirty blonde hair, scruffy facial hair, blue eyes you can get
With application in process in Austria, a young Iraqi asylum seeker finds solace in volunteering
I am a journalist from Romania, interested in refugees, human ...
Historical Vienna Boasts Great Food, Music & Theatre
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I stayed near the ever so historical St. Stephen's Cathedral, which stands like a majestic empress controlling the city center
CULTURE & ARTS
Dwora Fried: Unboxing Vienna
Shana Nys Dambrot
Art critic, curator, essayist based in LA
For an adult such as mixed media assemblagist and painter Dwora Fried, this childlike exercise offers the perfect way to re-examine issues and memories surfacing from childhood as a personal matter, as well as to deconstruct the context of those experiences in a more historical or cultural mode.
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