In our first newsletter we tried to give our readers a better understanding of “Fasching” (Carnival) and the ball culture in Vienna. This time around we would like to invite you to a very special Gala Ball in Vienna’s Hofburg Palace. The net proceeds will be donated to the Austrian Cancer League (Österreichischen Krebshilfe).
It is getting warmer and spring flowers are in full bloom. Maybe a bunny rabbit will run across your path during this time at street stands, markets and in shops. You cannot help but seeing the lambs, chicks and above all Easter eggs.
But what is actually behind these popular Easter traditions?
“START WIEN” – Advisory Service in Your Native Language!
“Start Wien“, the integration and coaching program of the Vienna Magistrate Department MA 17 (Integration & Diversity) offers advisory services and information events on different topics free of charge in 15 different languages. This is not only available to third country nationals but also for citizens of the European Union and the European Economic Area as well as their family members.
“Unerhört neu gehört” (Unheard Heard Again) – Music Theater in the Original Language
As one of the focal points of its spring season, the Vienna Chamber Opera (Wiener Kammeroper) is offering performances in English and French.
Survey: How satisfied are expats living in Vienna? Take part in our survey now!
Webster University Vienna is working on a study dealing with the attractiveness of Vienna as a working and living environment from the perspective of expatriates. The aim is to further improving the service offering for people who have moved to Vienna from abroad. Please take part in this survey and convey your views and experiences to us. Of course the survey will remain anonymous and confidential. It is being carried out in English.
Do you feel anything was missing? Do you think there are any topics that should definitely be covered? Please let us know. We are grateful for your input.