Some like it hot, some not so much. A great way to avoid the summer heat on the streets of Vienna is visiting one of our wonderful museums. Albertina Museum is one of my favorites in town. There is always an interesting exhibition on display, and the architecture itself is always worth a visit.
I love to have a walk through the masterpieces of the Albertina Contemporary Collecton which provide a clear impression of the second half of the 20th century. Arnulf Rainer and Anselm Kiefer, Alex’s Katz Black Hat, Roy Lichtenstein, …
Check the Albertina website or Instagram feed. There is always a highlight for everyone. I will never forget my personal one: It was the Picasso exhibit ‚Peace and Freedom‘ in 2011. And thats where I saw the exceptional piece of William Kentridge, too:
After a walk in the museum I always get hungry. My recommended place, when you want to avoid sun, heat and many people? Have a dinner at Albertina-Passage: