Packed with a huge range of topical and fascinating articles, the magazine is designed to give travelers a taste of Vienna, including a feature on Schönbrunn Palace, where the legendary Emperor Franz Joseph died 100 years ago. It also explores how the world capital of music has influenced Hollywood film scores, many of which use samples from the Vienna Symphonic Library. And this year’s edition shows how contemporary art is everywhere in the city – from art in public spaces to the eye-catching commissions that adorn some of its restaurants.
The new journal takes a look at some of the design ideas from the next generation of Viennese couturiers and hat makers, as well as the incredible cakes and pastries that can be found in the city’s traditional cafes. It also reveals how to party in Vienna every night of the week, which of the 850 parks and recreation areas are perfect for joggers, which of the open-air music festivals are most popular right now and what visitors can expect to find at the capital’s exotic markets and pedestrianized areas. This pot pourri of experiences is supplemented by handy hints for tourists, covering everything from reserving hotels to where to find free WiFi.
To order your copies of the new Vienna Journal visit http://b2b.wien.info/en/travelindustry/ordering-advertising-materials. Information on the mobile version will be published on www.vienna.info at the end of October.