Vienna – Tea and the Gang



For today’s blog we are taken to the beautiful city of Vienna, Austria and head to the rooftops for some spectacular views where fabolus_vienna takes us around his city.

Vienna, my city, my love.

I grew up in a small village in the Italian Alps and moved to Vienna more than two years ago. The mixture of cultures, classic and modern architecture is just amazing. After some time searching for my place to fit in this city, I realized that my happy place was not in the city but over & under the city. I started exploring all the uncommon places, hidden rooftops, subway lines & more, this gave me the compensation to my 9-5 office job and I finally felt home. I met a lot of people through Instagram and urbex that I can now call friends, which maybe the best part of it, except the views of course!

What is your favourite place to have a cup of tea? #teawithaview

On the Top of the closed Flaktower at Augarten with a unique view over the whole city. On this monster build of concrete the time seems to stand still, every moment feels unique and I felt euphoric every time I was up there. Unfortunately they closed the manhole where we could get in.

We have a lot of cool events taking place in public spaces. The Opening of the Vienna Movie Festival seen from the roof of Burgtheater.

Peter’s church, as seen from the top of a crane.

4am, some minutes before sunrise on a abandoned Flaktower from World War 2.

The Gürtel, the rush vain of the city center.

On sunday nights, I try to go on the church, as often as possible.

Rooftop puddles are the rarest, also in Vienna.

New Subway Stations opening at the end of the year, we had a short visit during the weekend.

A relaxing nightwalk after a hard day at the office.

Vienna’s iconic St. Stephans church, luckily there is a crane nearby.

Feature Image Caption: You have to love all the beautiful churches here in Vienna.

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