Pay a visit to Cafe Volksoper so that If you can try the scrumptious Buttersemmel. It’s irresistible!
I’ve been a resident of Vienna’s 9th district nearly all my life but I discovered this cafe only now. Here’s what you have to do: go there exactly at 6.30 PM. The cafe, featuring beautiful original 50/60s interior, is packed full of amazing people. Old gentlemen, women with hairdos like skyscrapers, etc. Have a drink and something to eat. This cafe is also one of the special places where they serve Buttersemmel (white bread and butter). You should definitely have one! Try to Lomograph the people around you and be fast. At 7 PM everyone heads off to the Volksoper (the opera) to see some crazy Operette-action. I’m sure you’ll love this place just as I do!
location: w hringerstrasse 80, 82, 1080 vienna | how to get there: metro u6 to w hringerstrasse
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