Up in the mountains of the Austrian Alps, there is a small village called Lech am Arlberg. Most people know the area as one of the world’s premier ski destination but we visited the town during the summer, and we loved every minute of it. Mostly the fun we had was hiking in the mountains and taking pictures of the gorgeous view from up there.
Every summer, since 1946, audiences flock to the Austrian state of Vorarlberg to see the… Read More »The Amazing Floating Stage of Bregenz Festival
Less than 20 minutes outside of Hall in Tirol, surrounded by the gorgeous Austrian mountains, you will find a dream like world of crystal. Protected by a giant green head that spits water all year round is where you will find the Swarovski World in Wattens. A beautiful mixture of museum, art installations and theme park made for those who love beauty.
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Krumbach is a small village in the Vorarlberg area of Austria. Besides a beautiful country side like other villages in the area, this place is famous for having seven extraordinary bus shelters. All them were designed by architectural masters like Sou Fujimoto, Smiljan Radić and Wang Shu. And they are an amazing sight to see in the middle of the tiny roads that cross this beautiful area. We loved them so much that we decided to visit them all and take pictures of everything.
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If Vienna has a heart, it is the St. Stephen’s Cathedral, or Stephansdom in german. This church is the symbol of Vienna and stands as one of the most important gothic structures in Austria. When you start planning your trip to Vienna, this is a place you shouldn’t miss.
We went to the Typopassage Vienna when we visited the city back in August. The place is also called the Micro Museum for Design and Typography, and we can easily say it was the greatest micro museum we have ever been to.Read More »Typopassage Vienna, a designer’s paradise