blog posts for children
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.
In the last blog post we, Giulia and Zoe, have already told you about our experiences with the Viennese underwater world. Today we continue with the animal part of Vienna. We were in the Zoo Schönbrunn and then in the Natural History Museum.
Would you like to get to know the real Vienna? So not what Tripadvisor & Co and the guide suggest. But the hidden places, restaurants, shops that make the city so liveable and endearing.
I chatted with Clemens of Prime Tours. Prime Tours offers you exactly that, to look behind the scenes of Vienna, to get to know new facets of this diverse city and to be a local for a day, according to its motto.
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.
What is real? And what is staging? What do you think you see, is it really true? Or is everything a big illusion? These questions are the focus of the 3D Pic Art Museum, Vienna's first 3D TrickArt attraction. Because here illusion, staging and reality meet. A crazy photo fun in the heart of Vienna.
Let yourself be inspired to more and varied time with your family. LENA helps you and your family from thousands of destinations, events, workshops and restaurants to find those that perfectly fit your interests and needs.
That's why I asked Matthias Bauchinger, founder and developer of LENA and even father of 3 children, to tell you more about it today.
The title already reveals the big question. It is raining and you want to do something with your child. Then read on, because Vienna has a lot to offer even in rainy weather, and not just for adults. Today I have put together a few inspirations and ideas for you, but there is a lot more, what you and your family can experience and do in Vienna.
From 22nd June to 24th June, the Danube Island Festival, Europe's largest open-air festival, will take place, this year for the 35th time. It all began in 1983 as a small family event, at that time as an attempt to establish an festival here. However, the number of visitors had already clearly exceeded expectations in the first year and thus the festival remained as an annual fixed date.
The time before Christmas is especially for children a very special time of the year. Cookies are baked, a letter to Christkind is written, a door of the Advent calender is opened every day, and this very special magic that only exists before Christmas opens up.
Around Easter time, Vienna has again a lot to offer. Whether the traditional Easter markets, the musical offer from Osterklang or the joyful Easter festival in the Prater. It will be colorful in any case. Therefore, I have prepared for you today an overview, what awaits you in April.