Vienna in summer, the nightlife is here

    Vienna in summer, the nightlife is here
    The Danube Canal comes alive with clubs, beaches and DJ sets, emerging neighborhoods open shops and art galleries, the Museumsquartier and the entire city offer open-air events. This is how Vienna changes in summer

    The shores of Danube Canal come alive in the summer Location, boats with DJ set, Sandy beaches with sun loungers and parasols, like the Tel Aviv beach, very popular among the Viennese. He Summerstage, as the event is called, has a dozen venues open day and night, attracting young and old. The area is very central, pedestrian, accessible by Underground (open all night on weekends) and offers a beautiful setting on the water. One more reason to discover an unusual Viena, different from the image we have of the city of cafes, theaters and dances. Among the summer's new openings, the SchĂŒtzenhaus, a canal restaurant created inside a lock built by oto wagner (the architect of unmistakable style who designed many buildings, such as the headquarters of the Austrian bank, and many metro stops of Vienna, including the most famous Karlsplatz). Some clubs are open all year round (Club Flex, Motto am Fluss and Badeschiff Wien), while others are only open during the summer period. The Holy Moly, for example, in addition to a nightclub bar and restaurant, also has a large swimming pool for the hottest days. If design is your passion, on the other side of the canal you will find the new skyscraper Jean Nouvel which on the 18th floor houses Le Loft from which you can enjoy Stunning 360 degree view of the city..
    Beautiful summer days are the ideal opportunity to set up outdoor exhibitions and installations in the city's many parks and gardens. Artwork and sculptures can also be easily found in public spaces, simply by playing in the streets. In the middle Plaza Schwarzenberg you can admire The Morning Line, which combines art and music. The most fashionable neighborhoods in Vienna are Freihausviertel, with galleries, clubs and chic shops often open late into the night, and the snack market, around the most beautiful food market in the city, where the market is also held on Saturday mornings. The neighborhood cannot be missed either. Spittelberg, in the 7th district, near the Museumsquartier, with narrow streets closed to traffic and many small shops.
    Vienna has more than a hundred museums, housing some of the most important collections in the world, but also small thematic museums. Among them, a gem: the Dritter Mann Museum (Museum of the Third Man), which houses hundreds of memorabilia dedicated to the famous film noir with Orson Welles released after the war and set in Vienna. It is an unusual way to discover the most hidden history of the Austrian capital. The Museumsquartier, the museum district, offers endless opportunities for contemporary art enthusiasts. The most famous museums are the Leopold, which exhibits works by Schiele and Klimt, the Kunsthalle Wien, which hosts exhibitions, the MUMOK or museum of modern art, the Zoom Kindermuseum dedicated to children and the Architekturzentrum, the architecture museum.

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