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Intercultural calendar 2020

The Intercultural calendar provides an overview of the most important holidays of the largest religious and ethnic groups in Vienna. more

Events

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EHF Euro 2020

9.1. until 26.1. | Stadthalle

In January 2020, the world's best men's teams come together in Vienna for the preliminary and main round games at the European Men's Handball Championship. more

Time Is Thirsty until 26.1.
Resonanzen festival 18.1. until 26.1.
Gunther von Hagen - Body Worlds until 9.2.
Cold War and Architecture until 24.2.
German Expressionism until 20.4.
Lady Bluetooth. Hedy Lamarr until 10.5.
Otto Prutscher until 17.5.
Into the Unknown - Austria Since 1918 until 17.5.
 
People skating on the ice rink in front of Vienna City Hall

Vienna Ice Dream

From 23 January until 1 March visitors can enjoy ice skating on an ice rink in the size of about 9,000 square metres against the magnificent backdrop of Vienna City Hall. more

People looking at pictures in a museum

Museums

Art, history, technology or natural history – museum enthusiasts will find what they are looking for in Vienna. Most museums offer young people free admission. more

People dancing at a ball in Vienna City Hall

Vienna’s splendid ball season

Ball events in Vienna are a great opportunity to show off your dance moves to waltz music but also to salsa, rock’n’ roll, tango and even disco music. January and February are the busiest months of the ball season. more

group of young people stacking their hands

Recognition of foreign university degrees

A university degree can be an important qualification if you want to work in Austria. There are, however, some issues you need to consider if you want a recognition (nostrification) of the university degree you acquired abroad. more