Music can change your life

Annalisa Virzi:  Music can change your life No wonder why Annalisa Virzi chose to live in the city of Vienna – since her childhood back in Sicily she knew that being a musician would be her profession. First she studied the violin in Italy, after few years she changed to the northern part (Parma and…

Painting Classes with Abby Brown

The class is not just about the technical skills of drawing and painting, but also learning how to think creatively and artistically.

New series of British Passports being introduced from 2017

The Consular Division of HM British Embassy has advised us that a new series of UK passports will be being phased in from late January 2017. The main difference is that the passports will revert to having a signature in ink, to be signed upon receipt of the passport. Further Info:

Joel’s Guide to watching NFL in Vienna

Watching the NFL in Vienna has never been easier. With the “early” game times (for US sports), one can catch most American Football games and still get a full night’s sleep each week. Of course, the easiest way is to catch it on local TV, as both Puls4 (in German) and Sky Sports US (in…

VE Barbecues 2016

Vienna Expats have booked dates for grilling on the Donauinsel again this summer! Here is our calendar in advance so everyone has the opportunity to plan their Spring and Summer weekends! We have booked places 8, 10 and 11 which are wonderful, open, shaded, close to the river and have generally good bathroom facilities. All locations are…

Recycling in Vienna

When it comes to the best-used recycling possibilities made available to its residents, Vienna is the top city in Austria. How can you help make it a little greener?

The Cost of Skiing – To Rent or Buy?

Let’s start with the facts, or the fact actually: skiing is expensive. High tech equipment, accessories for every weather condition, ever increasing lift ticket prices, not to mention getting there, staying there and eating there, and it all adds up to some pretty pricey alpine fun. Yet we still do it. This is Austria after…