blog posts for 1060
Welcome to the blog of Apartment.at - Your specialist for Vienna. Do you want to get to know the real Vienna and its people, apart from the guidebooks, then you are in the right place here. Look forward to fascinating insights into Vienna, its people, art & culture and what it is that makes life worth living here.
Vienna has much more to offer than just Schönbrunn Palace or the Giant Ferris Wheel. It also has many other nice corners and leisure activities. We, the trainees Zoe and Giulia, thought about what we could do in Vienna, to write you more about those other sides of the city and decided to research on the wildlife in Vienna. As there is so much to explore we split the blog articles. Today we start with the underwater world in the aqua terra zoo.
Today you will get to know our host Carina Lagun and her Vintage Apartments. She has her apartments in the 6th district, a few minutes from Naschmarkt and Mariahilfer Straße. Let herself tell you more about the apartments and her personal Vienna tips.
The brand Anukoo I know now for a long time and the quality of the clothes convinced me from the beginning. I have already some of the very comfortable, great pieces at home . So it was clear to me that I would like to introduce you to this very special company.
All the more I am so happy that Julia from Anukoo will tell you more about Anukoo Fair Fashion and what makes the company so special.
Vienna had a bold plan long ago: to become the center of marine biology research in Europe.
You do not believe me? Then read on, because this plan really existed and the "tracks" you can still experience everyday.
Bonbon et Chocolat, the name of the store alone is sure to make the hearts for all with a sweet tooth beat faster. But as soon as you discover what small, sweet paradise is hidden there, you will feel like in the 7th chocolate heaven. My today's secret tip brings you to Laure Doutreleau and the smallest chocolate factory in the world.
Laure is looking forward to spoil you with her fine chocolate creations (and fruity creations).
But now I let her speak herself, because her passion for chocolate can be felt everywhere.
Today, I present to you a museum devoted to a very gloomy, dark theme of history: the Torture Museum in the Flakturm in the Esterhazypark in the 6th district.
Lukas Riegler, director of the museum, tells you how this museum has emerged and how this very sensitive subject is worked up.
Today's blog brings you into the realm of the senses, as it is all about soap. That soap is something very special and precious, about that will tell you Claudia Schneider, owner and founder of the soap manufatucre "Alles Seife" more.