Summer in the city … it’s hot and you want to cool off? How about going to a gay beach in Vienna? We’ve got some of them. They are pretty easy to reach with public transport and in summer the places are relatively crowded with locals. Have fun!

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A lot of Viennese love their pets and a lot ov travelers want to take their pets with them. Here we try to provide you with tips how you can take your beloved pets with you and get around with them easily.

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Visitors can look forward to some exciting new museum attractions for autumn 2014. The fully refurbished Transport Museum will reopen, the Funeral Museum has moved to the Central Cemetery and an exhibition at the new Metro Kinokulturhaus explores the history of film.

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In October 2014, the Bank Austria Kunstforum will present the first full retrospective of the work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, in honour of the 150th anniversary of the artist’s birth.

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The Kunsthistorisches Museum (KHM) will present its first solo exhibition of the works of Diego Velázquez in 2014.Loans from the National Gallery, London and the Museo del Prado, among other institutions, supplement the KHM collection.

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From acrobatics to fire shows: Vienna is preparing for a dazzling spectacle when the artists of the Buskers and Streetlife festivals take over the city in September 2014.

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Millions of visitors from all over the world have already experienced the open-air extravaganza in the unique setting of the Vienna Rathausplatz, enjoying first-class music and outstanding international gastronomy for free.

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GAY IN VIENNA isn’t just online, but alos offline - hence the name “Offliner”. If you cannot or just don’t want to access the mobile website, just get your copy in one of around 200 venues where the Offliner is available. Or you can donwload it here als PDF.

Millions of visitors from all over the world have already experienced the open-air extravaganza in the unique setting of the Vienna Rathausplatz, enjoying first-class music and outstanding international gastronomy for free.

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Summer in the city … it’s hot and you want to cool off? How about going to a gay beach in Vienna? We’ve got some of them. They are pretty easy to reach with public transport and in summer the places are relatively crowded with locals. Have fun!

Read more

The Kunsthistorisches Museum (KHM) will present its first solo exhibition of the works of Diego Velázquez in 2014.Loans from the National Gallery, London and the Museo del Prado, among other institutions, supplement the KHM collection.

Read more

In October 2014, the Bank Austria Kunstforum will present the first full retrospective of the work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, in honour of the 150th anniversary of the artist’s birth.

Read more

A lot of Viennese love their pets and a lot ov travelers want to take their pets with them. Here we try to provide you with tips how you can take your beloved pets with you and get around with them easily.

Read more

Visitors can look forward to some exciting new museum attractions for autumn 2014. The fully refurbished Transport Museum will reopen, the Funeral Museum has moved to the Central Cemetery and an exhibition at the new Metro Kinokulturhaus explores the history of film.

Read more

From acrobatics to fire shows: Vienna is preparing for a dazzling spectacle when the artists of the Buskers and Streetlife festivals take over the city in September 2014.

Read more