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Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna

Out of all of the places Steph and I visited during our short stay in Vienna, I didn’t anticipate the Freud Museum to leave such a lasting impression. We visited the Freud Museum in the late afternoon after eating schnitzel for lunch. The museum is a 10-minute walk from Votivkirche and Universitatstrasse. When you approach the Freud Museum, it’s clear that it isn’t your typical tourist … Continue reading Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna

Naschmarkt, the Perfect Place for Foodies in Vienna

Explore the largest covered market in Austria If you were to start from one end of the Naschmarkt and take a sample from each stand, you’d be more than stuffed by the time you reached the end. The entire market is over 1 km long with three rows of stands, so be ready to brace yourself if you take on this challenge in the summer … Continue reading Naschmarkt, the Perfect Place for Foodies in Vienna

Secession, Vienna’s Center for Artistic Expression

Vienna’s Secession continues to carry legacy of expressing and supporting artistic freedom On our first afternoon in Vienna, Steph and I walked from lunch at the Naschmarkt down the street to explore. Upon spotting Secession, I insisted on stopping in immediately before going further. I had researched and presented on Secession two years ago for a literature and history course I was taking at Salve … Continue reading Secession, Vienna’s Center for Artistic Expression

How to Spend 72 Hours in Vienna

An intellectual visit to Austria’s capital  I spoke to a few friends who have visited Vienna before to get an idea of what to expect—they all unanimously said that it was a beautiful city, but there wasn’t much to do beyond a few days. My expectations were lowered, only to discover that Vienna has so much to offer the curious visitor. The Austro-Hungarian Empire may … Continue reading How to Spend 72 Hours in Vienna

Planning for a Week in Vienna & Paris

Kicking off 2017 with a European adventure The last time I went was in January 2014 when I studied in Paris, France before my final semester at Salve Regina University. I had every intention of planning a trip in 2016, but work obligations and job searching postponed transatlantic travel plans. The past few years have been spent whetting my wanderlust by trying new restaurants, reading … Continue reading Planning for a Week in Vienna & Paris