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Covid-19 Update

  • Guided tours can take place without restrictions.
  • Masks are only compulsory on public transport in Vienna.

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Stories and information from Vienna

Exciting stories from Vienna that we would be happy to share with you

Here you will find everything that moves us and seems important. New openings, exhibition highlights, favorite places and favorite Viennese. Get to know our partners and read why we are currently working with them. Stories from Vienna then and now!

Christmas greetings from Vienna

Festively lit streets, warming punch and mulled wine at the Christmas markets, Christmas tree sellers and Advent concerts, all this makes up the Christmas atmosphere

artemezzo tours variety

What different types of tours can you book with artemezzo Slow Tours? Let’s start on a very basic level. Most of the time we are

Into the new year at ¾ time

How do you start the new year? In Vienna (and almost everywhere in Austria) we celebrate the new year with a few typical rituals that

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NATURAL HISTORICAL MUSEUM VIENNA

The heart of the collections was once around 30,000 objects bought by Emperor Franz I Stephan of Lorraine. He acquired it in 1750 from the

BLOGGER ON TOUR | IN VIENNA

Together with the hotel “Das Capri” and “Green Pearls”, artemezzo invited bloggers from Germany and Austria to an unusual insider tour in Vienna’s 2nd district

GRAVE SYMPHOS | ON THE LINE

In the Josephine era, grave nymphs were jokingly called prostitutes who went about their business around the Wiener Graben, which is now a central shopping

JOSEF STRAUSS | FIRE RESISTANT! POLKA

Fireproof! was the slogan with which Wertheim advertised its safes. There were spectacular trials by fire. Safes were placed on large pyres; the contents survived

DISPUTE | SACHERTORTE

The Café Demel and the Hotel Sacher argued for a long time about the legal name of the Sachertorte. An agreement was only reached after

MUSEUM & CASTLE BELVEDERE VIENNA

Belvedere Palace was built by Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt for Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736) in the Landstrasse district. A beautiful garden with an impressive