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Summer City Camps

Schoolchildren up to 14 years of age who live in Vienna can spend their holidays in the Summer City Camps. Registration is now open. more

Events

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Red Vienna. 1919-1934

30.4.2019 until 19.1.2020 | MUSA

The exhibit reaches to over a dozen locations across the city. Structured around a series of themes, these "walkable objects" are accessible temporarily, revealing Red Vienna’s rich architectural heritage. more

Wiener Symphoniker Open Air 31.5.
Life Ball 2019 until 8.6.
Rubens to Makart until 10.6.
EuroPride 2019 until 16.6.
Wiener Festwochen 10.5. until 16.6.
Mark Rothko until 30.6.
Oskar Kokoschka. Expressionist, Migrant, European until 8.7.
Arik Brauer. All of My Arts until 20.10.
Into the Unknown - Austria Since 1918 until 17.5.2020
 
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Housing in Vienna

In Vienna housing options are very different from other cities in Europe. Social housing is exemplary throughout Europe. We provide a wide range of information for renters and owners about searching for a flat, house rules, history and support. more

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Studying in Vienna

Vienna is internationally renowned as university town. It has the largest number of students in the German-speaking countries. more

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Hiking in and around Vienna

Hiking has a long tradition in Vienna. Popular destinations include the Heurigen (wine taverns), the Vienna Woods and the many vineyards. Try one of the eleven city hiking paths laid out by the Forestry Office. more

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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