The annual celebration of lowbrow European culture that is the Eurovision Song Contest is 60 years old in 2015 and is the longest-running TV program in the world.
Category: Things To Do
February 11, 2015
Vienna has several very important celebrations this year; here’s how the city is marking 150 years of Vienna Ringstrasse and two even older anniversaries.
February 10, 2015
With more than 100 museums in Vienna, travelers can be overwhelmed by trying to decide which ones to visit during their stay. There’s a staggering array of museums devoted to the visual arts alone, but there’s also a schnapps museum, several museums devoted to music, science and natural history museums, a clock museum, there’s even a museum that specializes in snow globes.
January 28, 2015
Spending the day at Bergisel has rapidly become one of Innsbruck’s greatest visitor attractions and it is open all year around (closed Tuesday between November and May).
January 14, 2015
Celebrating 150 glorious years of architecture and culture, Vienna’s Ringstrasse is an elegant boulevard lined with Baroque palaces, vast public buildings, splendid churches and matchless art museums. The monumental buildings on Vienna Ringstrasse are putting on special exhibitions and shows in 2015 to honor the anniversary, and several institutions will open for special guided tours.
December 23, 2014
Sophisticated Vienna hits high culture in winter, with a repertoire of concerts and society balls; its exceptional art galleries empty and a layering of snow ramps up the city’s romance factor. Wrap up as temperatures fall below freezing, although skies are often sunny and enjoy ten winter treats in Vienna.