#somewhereinHietzing: Altgasse


After creating the hashtag #HietzingNews on Instagram, I was surprised how many people have been interested in News of this tiny little part of Vienna. The 13th district is a rather quiet area. People, who don’t know much about the daily life of the residents here, would state that there are only white haired people over 70 with big bank accounts. Thats not true. Being a mother, who went through all stages in this district from Kindergarden, primary school and graduation with my daughter, I was fortunate to learn to know many family-stories. You would be surprised, how many foreign people, who move to Vienna because of business reasons with their families, enjoy the privilege that their children can walk by foot to school on their own, and actually can visit a public school. Young couples move in here, because they want to raise their children in a green environment. Singles move in here, because they love to run daily without the need of driving to a running area by car or public transport. Small companies rent old charming Villas to run a business family-style behind thick walls and stylish, young interiors with long communicative Meeting Tables in an inspiring area with history. And so forth and so on …

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Cherryblossoms and Magnoliatrees – Setagaya Park Vienna

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets: http://wp.me/p1jEs2-3fh

A quick tip, if you are stressed out during office-hours. Skip the fast-food meal and stop by the little Japanese Garden in the 19th district of Vienna in Döbling. Find your inner peace during lunchtime on a sunny spring day in the Setagayapark designed by the japanese landscape-garden-architect Ken Nakajima. „Cherryblossoms and Magnoliatrees – Setagaya Park Vienna“ weiterlesen