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This was written by the Metropole editorial Team. Sometimes its an expat, sometimes a native, most of the time the lines are blurred, and sometimes we're sharing someone else's content, but we always say so. Oh yeah, and buy our magazine! Thanks.

Local Finds | September 2018

Whether it’s with handmade leather crafts, a hot new fashion emporium or tiny houses for everyone, this month’s local finds make it easy to express yourself. R. HORN’S* rhorns.com 1., Herrengasse 6-8 In the same vein of the...

Where to Cycle this Month | Thermenradweg

Lower Austria's Thermenradweg bike path is an impressionist dream just south of Vienna Waterways tell stories that have touched generations. Sometimes they have a silvery glimmer, sometimes green, golden or shades of blue, reflecting the...

The Last Word | Pfuschen

Verb. 1. To do a slipshod, haphazard, unprofessional or poor-quality job; 2. To work with inferior materials; 3. To do Schwarzarbeit (lit. “black-market labor”), the practice of working off-the-books, without paying taxes, social security,...

On Screen | Back to the Fatherland

Three Israelis return to the land of their ancestors, confronting the specters of the past and challenges of the present How to live in a country that tried to kill your grandparents? And can you be...

On Screen | The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Nearly 30 years in the making, director Terry Gilliam finally realizes his passion project in his new film Famous for his single-minded determination and uncompromising creative integrity, legendary director Terry Gilliam (Monty Python’s Flying Circus,...

Nightlife | Our Pick for the Best Beer in Vienna

Intensive Care: The Delirium Café brings a bit of Belgian cheer to Vienna’s lager-battered heart No matter the month or temperature, it’s always beer o’ clock in Austria: placing second worldwide in per capita consumption,...

How To | Find the Perfect Home in Vienna

Whether you want to chill like a hipster or enjoy the green, there’s a place for you by Claudia Paccosi & Michael Bernstein Anita lives in a small house on one of the steeply pitched streets...

#MeTwo

A debate unleashed by the hashtag #metwo highlights the need to fight everyday racism – and how listening is still a tall order. In recent weeks, migrants and multicultural Europeans in Germany have been sharing...

Renting Riddles

Housing in Vienna is relatively affordable, but figuring out what rent you actually ought to pay is surprisingly complicated by Michael Bernstein & Benjamin Wolf Property in Vienna has evolved over the centuries to a potpourri...
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