Vienna at Night

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I adored exploring Vienna in the evening. The city is just as beautiful at night than it is during the day. Here are some of the photos I took.

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I did manage to do two activities during the evenings.

Wiener Prater

First, I visited the amusement park. When traveling, I always get distracted by the museums and beautiful sights that I sometimes forget to just have fun. That was why this was the perfect thing to do! At the best part? I took a ride on Prater Turm, the world’s highest chained carousal at 117 meters! How is it possible to be so afraid yet feel so free at the same time?

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Hundertwasserhaus

As I’ve mentioned, I simply cannot stop looking at architecture. That was why visiting these buildings was one of the things I was the most excited to visit in Vienna. I clearly did not plan very well and ended up going too late in the evening to even see them properly. The next time I come to Vienna, I will make certain to take better pictures.

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  1. Totally lovely pictures. Vienna by night is really cool. When it comes to my experiences in the city (you can find these here: http://traveluxblog.com/vienna), it was always more about Vienna in the rain 😀

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  2. I love Vienna already. I think il be too overwhelmed to do anything there coz its just too gorgeous 😉

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  3. By the way, how many days do you reckon to stay in Vienna?

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    • Oh my goodness. That is actually such a hard question. Unlike a lot of other popular European cities such as Prague, Budapest, Bruges, which you can easily do in a few days, Vienna actually has A LOT to offer: Music (Mozart, Bethovan), Art (old and modern), Architecture, etc. Honestly, even though you can pick and choose a few favorites and do Vienna is three-four days or so. To really get a taste of its diversity, you might have to give it at least a good week.

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