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More ice cream for the summer season .... part 2


Marie Amenitsch & Luisa Lutter of www.1000things.at have been busily researching for you to find even more of Vienna's best ice cream parlours. And as you might have noticed the choice is nearly endless. As colourful and marvelous as spring and summer are the same are the ice cream parlours that just wait to pamper you with the icy specialities.

So no matter if you are alone or together with the whole familiy, treat yourself with a delicious ice cream and enjoy the fine weather.

And now Marie Amenitsch & Luisa Lutter present you the second part of their research.

Note: Do not read this if you are hungry as it might be that the ice hunger grabs you instantly.


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Leones

It is not even a year that this charming ice cream parlour was opened by the Lisa and Giorgio Leone near the Uni Campus.

But no matter if you are a student or not, it is always worth coming here. The ice cream is made freshly everyday and only selected ingredients make their way into it. There are twelve changing types of ice cream. To ensure the best qualiyt the ice cream is put into so called pozettis, which are closed boxes.

For the perfect italian feeling a fine espresso shall not be missed, especially as at Leones you get a very special blend.

And if you want to take the italian feeling home with you then they provide you with take away boxes.

Lange Gasse 78, 1080

www.leones.at

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Malu

An ice experience of a somewhat different kind you find at Malu Frozen Yogurt. As the name already suggests here is everything about frozen yogurt, in a way a bit more healthier ice alternative. But not less sweet and tempting.

You can choose between three sizes, different sauces and toppings like choclate crumble or fresh raspberries. And it is really refreshing and creamy, so your sweet heart will be delighted.

MuseumsQuartier, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna

www.malu-bar.at

Ice or Yogurt - that is the question

Frozen Yogurt and more

Marlu frozen Yogurt in the Museumsquartier


Gelateria La Romana

Also in the seventh district southern flair and holiday feelings are spread by the ice cream parlour „Gelataria La Romana“.

The roots of this ice cream parlour are in Rimini where since 1947 the customers are pampered with delicous ice cream types - of course on traditional and top secret recipes. And the best is, they alse care about environment as all the used packages can be recycled.

So fortify yourself with one (or more) portion(s) ice cream (our favourite: chocolate) before starting your walk through the surrounding „Hipsterhood“.

Stiftgasse 15-17, 1070 Vienna

www.gelateriaromana.com

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Riegler’s Eissalon

You are in the Donaustadt? Then you find here delicious ice cream too, at Riegler’s Eissalon, an address that you really shall keep in mind. The range is colourful and varying, partly vegan or lactose-free.

The best is, sit down in the comfortable pavement café, enjoy the sun and order one of the many sundaes.

We chose (thanks to the very friendly waitress) a yogurt sundae consiting of several portions ice cream and lots of fresh fruits. Just yummy!

Biberhaufenweg 18, 1220 Vienna

Riegler's Eissalon

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Trento

As already written, delicious ice cream can be found all over Vienna, also in Kaisermühlen.

Here the ice cream parlour Trento brings Bella Italia to Vienna as all the ice cream is made with original Italian recipes. Since 1968 the family Bortolotti runs this location here and after a complete renovation in 2014 the cafè is even more comfy.

So if you are in Kaisermühlen you know where your next stop is.

Schüttauplatz 2, 1220

www.eissalon-trento-bortolotti.at

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And in the end, three Viennese classics must not be missed:

Tichy

Near the main railway station (Hauptbahnhof) there is the Reumannplatz in the tenth district that lures you daily from 10 - 23 o'clock with ice cream delights.

Since the beginnings in 1952 much has ben done and changed and Tichy is well known in Vienna (and far beyond the borders). In this huge ice cream parlour you can sit comfortably there enjoying the world famous ice-apricot dumplings (Eis-Marillenknödel). You do not know them? They consist of vanilla cream with a heart of apricot mash and are coated with grated hazel nuts.

But plan your time as it can be really busy there, and they deserve it!

Reumannplatz 13, 1100 Vienna

www.gastroweb.at/tichy-eis


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Zanoni & Zanoni

Another well known place in Vienna for eating ice cream is Zanoni & Zanoni which lures you with original Italian "Gelati" and other ice creations.

And also here, you have to choose between an huge selection of ice cream types. Although it can be really busy here you always get the Italian charme for free.

No matter if you are a local or an international guest, no matter if you eat the ice cream right there or take it with you: The ice cream of Zanoni is tasty and makes appetite for more.

Lugeck 7, 1010 Vienna

www.zanoni.co.at

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At the border of the first district you are really spoilt for choice, as it is tremendous. So really have a look at the website first, which ice cream types make it to the closer selection, as there are more than 100. And in addition you have a ice cream of the day too.

This ice cream parlour is well known in Vienna and also by tourists, so be aware that there might be lots of people there.

They have a special for you: There is an own ice-app so that you can order your favourite ice cream online and let it be delivered home to you.

Franz-Josefs-Kai 17, 1010 Vienna

www.gelato.at

In that sense: Pamper yourself with a delicious ice cream and enjoy springtime in Vienna.

by Marie Amenitsch & Luisa Lutter www.1000things.at