Saturday, 15 July 2017

Museumquartier Photo Diary | Vienna Day 3

Caught up with Day 1 & Day 2?

Today was our last day in Vienna and although it doesn't look like much, we spent most of the day doing a cooking class, which you can read all about in our food blog.

The rest of the day, we simply wondered around Museumquartier and took a few snaps, as well as getting all of our souvenirs we are collecting from each country.


We decided to have an early night in as we have a super early train ride to Budapest tomorrow morning and if you've read our Amsterdam adventures, you know an early night is a must if we want to get on the train.

Make sure to come back tomorrow or follow our socials to find out if we made it or not. Until then, here's a little photo diary of the pictures we took today...







Sorry there wasn't much to this post, but honestly, the best part of this day in with the food, so head over there now!


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  1. Wow! Vienna looks absolutely beautiful! It's already on my bucket list, but I think I may have to bump it up a few spots!
    Hayley X
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    1. Yaaas glad to hear it! There's so much to do, your love it!

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  2. That architecture is stunning and so totally my thing, I need to go there now!

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    1. It is ain't it? You'd really enjoy it!

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  3. Oh wow! This architecture is beautiful, I totally agree with Llinos. I'd never thought about Vienna as one of my go-to destinations before but I'm totally adding it on to my list now after seeing this post!

    Kate x
    http://www.findingkate.co

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    1. We'd recommend it, it needs to be on everyones list!

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  4. Gorgeous photos, the architecture looks incredible, I've never been to Vienna but it's always been on my holiday bucket list!
    Hels
    http://thehelsproject.com/

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    1. It's a great city break for sure!

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  5. More amazing buildings! 😍 I loved your food post for this day, too - looks like it was a fab day!

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    1. Yay we're glad to have you over on the food blog too!

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  6. Vienna looks absolutely stunning! I really like photo diary posts because sometimes a picture can say a thousand words! Visiting museums would definitely be one of the first things on my hit-list in a new city, can't get enough of history!!

    Abbey 🌸 www.abbeylouisarose.co.uk

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    1. This is very true! We'd imagine you loving all the museums here, so much to take in!

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  7. Those pictures are gorgeous!

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    1. Glad you like them!

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  8. I would just love to visit here some time!

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    1. You'd absolutely love it!

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  9. Awwwh gorgeous photos!!! I love that when traveling or not in your normal setting the photo opportunities are endless!! Can't wait to see more!

    Francesca | mylifeinrosetintedglasses.com

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    1. This is so true! On holiday you can take pictures of everything and anything!

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