If I were to give only one recommendation about Vienna, it would be to walk! Yes, you can get around the city surprisingly quickly via public transpo, but the beauty here isn’t just in the palaces, parks and museusms, but in the details of the city itself.
I love noticing the little things on my way somewhere. Wherever I am I like to find beauty in the journey! These photos are from the street Kirchengasse in Vienna’s fun Neubau District, packed with interesting shops, cafés and bars.
Robert Braun’s Abzeichen Fabrik, a former badge factory build to last.
A former perfume shop. I love how the current shop kept the old sign and lettering!
A shop for tailor-made suits, with the antique wooden and glass store front well preserved.
I love the gates at the entrances here. This one to a 1910 building by Leopold Fuchs, now a plasma center.
Ornate entrance details from a 1903 building by architect Franz Quidenus.
Wonderful detail from the 1910 Leopold Fuchs building, taken from the top floor of the shopping center across the street!
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