A guide to local favorites in Freihausviertel
- By Susanne Gottlieb
- Photos by Stefan Fuertbauer
With its buzzing streets, shops and bar scene, the multicultural Freihausviertel is the best option if you’re looking for a good time. Originally the location of a huge building complex, the Freihaus, the neighborhood is now Vienna’s bohemian centerpiece, where you can cozy up in one of the many bars and clubs frequented by art enthusiasts and students. The street Schleifmühlgasse highlights the area’s diverse gastronomy and contemporary art. The Naschmarkt, a giant public market, gives foodies epiphanies.
Meet Susanne Gottlieb
Susanne has lived in Vienna since 2006. She originally moved there from the south of Austria to attend university and, like many before her, never left. She is now working as a freelance journalist and film critic for Austrian and international outlets. In her free time, she is either sitting in a dark screening room or enjoying a cup of coffee.
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