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Children sitting around a table, playing a game together.

Werkstadt Junges Wien

From February until April 2019 children and young people between 3 and 19 years of age can participate in the project "Werkstadt Junges Wien". more


Self Storage Container at Vienna's Southern Border

Where Things Live. The Self Storage Phenomenon

14.2. until 7.4.2019 | Wien Museum MUSA

The heart of the exhibition comprises portraits of Viennese self-storage users and their warehoused "treasures" more

Kabbalah until 3.3.
Winter sports until 3.3.
20th Accordion Festival 23.2. until 24.3.
Sagmeister & Walsh: Beauty until 31.3.
Embracing Music. Leonard Bernstein at 100 until 22.4.
Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and other Treasures until 28.4.
Painting with Method until 5.5.
Manfred Willmann until 26.5.
Into the Unknown – Austria Since 1918 until 17.5.2020
People skating on the ice rink in front of Vienna City Hall

Vienna Ice Dream

From 18 January until 3 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 dancing at a ball in Vienna City Hall

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

Taking blood pressure

Health check-up

Every person in Austria aged 18 and over is entitled to a free medical check-up once a year. Regular check-ups may help you detect potential health problems early on. 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