The list below is far from exhaustive – it captures different Expat experiences of life in Vienna – some blogs are older and now discontinued, but nevertheless contain a lot of information about various people’s takes on life in Vienna.
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A busy’s bee’s life: An expat mom’s blog about a large number of facets of expat life.
Up The Danube Without A Paddle. More Years In The Number One City In The World: A blog about some of the more unusual and interesting facets of Viennese life from the perspective of a long-term Briton in Vienna. Has been posting since 2013.
Amanda across the pond: An American lady’s experience of 18 months in Vienna – written between 2010 and 2012.
American in Vienna: An American trailing spouse’s blog on living in Vienna. Includes a lot of posts on expat insights.
Austrian Adaptation: An Australian lady’s blog about living in Austria, including her excellent Vienna Insider’s Guide.
Belong in Vienna: A new blog (2018 onwards) about an Expat who moved to Vienna after a spell in the Gulf.
Cory Pickett’s Vienna Videoblog: Cory posted a few videos about his time living in Austria – outside of Vienna but now lives back in the US.
English girl in Vienna: Written between 2012 and 2014 it has a lot of posts about all sorts of facets of Vienna life.
Everyday Life in Vienna: A Norwegian lady’s photoblog of life in Vienna – includes all sorts of things to see and do in Vienna from all around the city.
From Brexit to Ex-Brit: Charting the naturalisation process of a long-term Briton in Europe following Article 50 being triggered and his naturalisation as an Austrian, following up the author’s UK Referendum Blog.
Moving to Vienna: a young American couple’s move to Vienna.
My Blue Danube: An American lady’s blog about life in Vienna.
My Digital Verandah: A mixture of life in Vienna and Indian cuisine – with fabulous recipes
Oeingang: Life after naturalisation exploring Austria.
Operation Tubetop: A Canadian long-term expat’s blog about life in Vienna.
Secret Vienna Blog: One of the blogs about Vienna to read – started at the start of 2016 by an Italian – it opens up the city beyond the guidebook.
Tails from the Vienna Woods: Covering far much more than just the Vienna Woods, this blog has been running since 2012 and contains a fabulous array of posts covering all over Austria and neighbouring countries too.
The Vienna Girl: Written between 2011 and 2014 – this blog is written about living in Vienna following buying a one-way ticket from London.
The Best of Vienna: Lifestyle photo blog.
The Curmudgeon in the Cottage: social observations in the Cottageviertel from a long-term Briton in Austria – many subtle observations about Vienna and Austria, as well as a slightly cynic outlook on it all.
UK Referendum Blog: Written about the plight of watching the unfolding UK Referendum on EU Membership from Vienna by a long-term Briton in Vienna unable to vote.
Vienna Local & Travel Blog: a blog about life in Vienna as well as travel.
Vienna Muses: An American fiction author’s blog about life in Vienna.
Viennese Waltz: Ten years of concert reviews from Vienna and elsewhere.
Vienna Weekends: Incredibly in-depth blog about activities in and around Vienna for an English-speaking audience made by locals, with a focus on family events and cultural highlights – now discontinued, but still full of ideas.
Waltzing to Vienna: The experience of two Welsh ladies (and their parrot!) in their pursuit to move to Vienna
Wiener Mummy: Raising children in Vienna as an expat mum, with lots of ideas of things to do with babies and toddlers – and lots of tips about child-friendly places to eat, visit and enjoy!
Wiener Wanderland: The follow-up to Waltzing to Vienna – also with a wonderful Instagram presence.
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