👩🍳Summer spots in Vienna. The instant holiday feeling in the city. During the summer months, people like to seek refuge in the cool water or end the evening in a relaxed atmosphere. Although Vienna is not known to be on the sea, the big city still offers various places where you can switch off a little and are right on the water. And for some, it’s even worth packing your swimming trunks! Just like here in Seestadt at 22 District of Vienna cold drinks makes our afternoon summer vacation feeling. The next stop is another gastronomic adventure at Tozi Korean restaurant. Wherein the first time we tried this Mala Chicken. Gives me the idea to try it cooking at home. Chillen with my nice and dogs, ice cream time at Mariahilfer Strasse.
👩🍳In earlier times, visitors to the park had to pay a fee for staying in the armchairs, which was demanded by the so-called armchair women. This visitor service, run by a private company, ended in 1956 but now not anymore. The gilded bronze statue of Johann Strauss son in the Stadtpark is one of Vienna’s best-known and most photographed monuments. In this video, there are other monuments, for example by Franz Schubert, Robert Stolz and Hans Makart. Since 2008, the annual festival of enjoyment has taken place in the city park on Mother’s Day weekend at the beginning of May. In more than 170 tents, manufacturers from the nine federal states present regional products that can be bought and tasted at many stands. The festival is organized by the City of Vienna.
JOINED. 🏳️🌈MARCHED. 🏳️🌈STAY SAFE, 🏳️🌈STAY PROUD.
👩🍳The Rainbow Parade is a political demonstration and a colourful parade that is held annually in Vienna on the Ringstrasse. It is committed to equal rights for gays and lesbians and thus corresponds to the events that are known in Germany as Christopher Street Day.
Every year JUNE stands worldwide as PRIDE month for pride and acceptance of the rainbow community. People in Vienna for many years is actively has been promoting diversity and solidarity. This year there are over 1,700 advertising spaces, more than ever before under the motto “We ride with pride”. Vienna wouldn’t be Vienna without its diverse population. This requires respect and tolerance. Diversity tolerance are not only central values but also part of everyday life in Vienna. At my work, family, friends, even on YOUTUBE virtually friends whom I know. That is why Vienna have been showing solidarity with the LGBTIQ and community for years.