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Enjoy a rainy day in Vienna

What to do on a rainy day in Vienna (hint: it's a lot). Check out all our suggestions for your stay at our AllYouNeed Hotel!

With our suggestions it is easy to bewitch a rainy day into a perfect day to remember!


Visit the planetarium and reach out to Vienna’s stars & sky. www.planetarium-wien.at


Stay in the Prater area and meet Austrian celebrities of international fame and reputation like Sigmund Freud, Falco, Gustav Klimt or Conchita Wurst at Madame Tussauds. Interactive fun is guaranteed. www2.madametussauds.com/vienna/en


Das Haus des Meeres (the home of the sea): A place where the building as well as the inhabitants are sensational. The Flak Tower is a historical building with importance in the 2nd world war and nowadays the home to bigger and smaller, beautiful and scary animals of the sea. The rooftop-terrace is a perfect spot to enjoy Vienna from above. www.haus-des-meeres.at/en/visitorinfogeneralinfo.html


Right in the centre of Vienna next to the Opera you will find a tropical oasis, peaceful and relaxing, the Imperial Butterfly House. The building is one of the most beautiful Art Noveau palm houses ín the world. All year around you can admire around 400 live, free flying butterflies. www.schmetterlinghaus.at/en


Can’t get enough of Vienna’s museums? The Porcelain Museum at Augarten is housed in a wing of the Porcelain Manufactory. An original kiln stretches impressively across both exhibition floors. The museum illustrates the history of Viennese porcelain with over 150 representative pieces from it’s various artistic phases. www.augarten.at


Find out more about the fascinating world of chocolate in the Schokomusem: www.schokomuseum.at


Step into the magic world of the circus, clowns and magicians. www.circus-clownmuseum.at


Step into the former living quarters and office of Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis. He lived and worked in this house from 1891 til 1938, when on June 4 he was forced by the National Socialists to flee with this family into exile in England. The interior decoration of the museum was carried out in 1971 with the help of Anna Freud, Sigmund Freud’s youngest daughter.  www.freud-museum.at/en


Vienna is the home of the school of phantastic realism, the world-well-known artist Professor Ernst Fuchs was one of the founders. And it was Ernst Fuchs himself who saved the beautiful Otto Wagner Villa from decay and opened it to the public as a museum. Here you find the world's most comprehensive collection of the master's works. This place is fantastic and unique in every meaning. www.ernstfuchsmuseum.at


You want to stay in but you want to go out as well? Discover Vienna online with insiders. Find out the most favourite places of Conchita Wurst. Join Isa, street artist and illustrator on a trendy day or musical actress Annemieke on a day full of music. Vienna has more to offer than the well known tourist paths and these insiders will show them to you.  www.myperfectday.wien.info/en


Vienna is a hotspot for Austrian designers and their sometimes hidden shops and ateliers in the smaller streets. Whatever your are looking for – jewellery, fashion, bags, accessoiries or local food specialities, luxury or bargains – Lucie knows where to go. She used to be stylist in New York, lost her heart in Austria and found her new passion in Vienna as personal shopping guide. Windowshoppers also welcome! www.shoppingwithlucie.com
 


 

The Viennese coffeehouse culture is a little universe in itself, the variety is sheer endless. But there is something which the popular ones all have in common:  their typical charisma and a certain athmosphere which you will not find anywhere else. If you are looking for some places which are popular with locals, a bit alternative and still in the city, you might want to visit:
Café Alt Wien or Kleines Café or Café Anzengruber.


You might not be able to escape the rain, but you might be able to escape the room, Which means: Yes, we do have room escape games in Vienna. One of the most popular is the live action adventure offered by Crime Runners. crimerunners.at/en/


Do you feel like nothing but to relax? A visit to Therme Wien is a transformative experience. This unique thermal spa is an irresistible world where peace and quiet reigns. Time loses all meaning, leaving you free to concentrate on what matters most: yourself! You will be in your element: in the heart of the city, yet surrounded by nature. Gentle and contemplative, fun and loud, effervescent or calm. www.thermewien.at/informationen/english
 

If you are looking for activities to raise your adrenaline indoor skydiving might be just perfect for you: www.windobona.at/en/home