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The Viennese coffee houses are not only world famous but have also always been a place where people meet, for a simple chat or a stimulating conversation. Together with a good coffee, tempting confectionery and fine food you can easily forget about the time.
I am an huge tea lover by myself at any season.
Therefore I am so happy that Nadja Fanari of Demmers Teahouse will tell you in this blogpost more about this great company. Because in Vienna you not only get a good coffee but also particularly fine teas with a huge selection.
In Vienna autumn has arrived noticeably, but there are many things that you can do completely independent of the weather, for example, many exciting museums. Today I start with a museum that is pretty hot: Brennpunkt° - Museum of Heating Customs. More about it will now tell you Reinhard Indrak, the museum director.