Postolovski

Hello, my name is Mirko. Macedonian by nationality, as a licensed Austrian guide class of 2019, I can entertain you with stories of the City's past and present in German, English und Serb-Croatian. I have been living in Vienna for the last 8 years and have fallen in love with it at first sight, and I try to transmit my love to the people who visit this city. I am fascinated by its varied architecture and the wealth of what it has to offer - museums, art galleries, theatres but above all I love uncovering Vienna’s secrets and guiding groups around the City that I love. My walks are aimed to entertain and inform. Come and join me on a walk. Together we will discover the fascinating history and stories that fill every corner of Vienna. I look forward to seeing you soon! Mirko Postolovski

Vienna museums with free entry on the first Sunday

For art admirers, Vienna is a bit of heaven. The majority of Vienna’s numerous art museums and exhibition locations demand admission, although a handful allow free entry. List of Vienna museums with free admission every 1st Sunday of the month: –  Wien Museum Karlsplatz – Otto Wagner Pavillon Karlsplatz – Otto Wagner Hofpavillon Hietzing – Arsenal …

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View at Setagaya park in Vienna

Discover Setagaya park beautiful Japanese garden in Vienna

Setagaya park located in Vienna’s 19th district is a place where you can discover a beautiful, small but quiet Japanese garden. More than 4000 m2 park was laid out by the Japanese garden designer Ken Nakajima in the early 1990s. The name of the Park was given as Döbling (Vienna’s 19th district) and the district …

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Museum Albertina Modern Vienna

Green for the Museums, red for beloved Christmas markets

Three weeks after “hard lockdown” the Austrian government decided to give the green light for museums but the red one for the beloved Christmas markets. Cinemas, theaters, restaurants, and bars stay closed, at least until the 7th of January. Christmas markets stay “red” After canceling the New Year’s Silvester party, Viennese must live without their …

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