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The Europe Trip in the Middle of Vienna

We bring Europe within reach! Experience 15 European countries in a single day – without leaving central Vienna. After the opening at the MuseumsQuartier, six nearby routes of three countries each beckon. The grand finale will be at the Volksgarten Club. Choose your route, register for free and get going!

 

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Our 2018 routes.

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FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

BELGIUM / POLAND / SWEDEN


This route has fun for young and old: Belgium, the land of comics, shows the whole family how to draw smurfs, ski jumping powerhouse Poland lets kids to try a real ski-jump simulator and Sweden invites you to celebrate a colorful Midsummer festival with them.

 

Walking distance: 20-25 minutes

This route is accessible for people with disabilities

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For English Lovers

IRELAND / DENMARK / GREAT BRITAIN


For the very first time, a route or English-speakers is offered: Compose you own song with singer-songwriter Shane Ó Fearghail in Ireland, discover the world of LEGO Serious Play with Jesper Jensen in Denmark and laugh it up with comedian Jack Holmes in Great Britain, who will present a new program full of pitch black humor and Brexit jokes.

 

Walking distance: about 20-30 minutes

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For Language Enthusiasts

ITALY / GERMANY / BULGARIA


Aspiring linguist are in for a treat on this route: Italy kicks it off non-verbally, teaching you all about talking in Italian hand gestures. Germany explores the outer limits of languaes with four slam poets. And finally, Bulgaria teaches you an entire alphabet, allowing you to write your very first postcard in Cyrillic.

 

Walking distance: about 45-60 minutes

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For Leisure Seekers

PORTUGAL / SPAIN / FRANCE

 

The southern route is all about the good things in life: Portugal invites you to craft trinkets DIY-style from their quintessential export, cork. Spain lets you explore a pilgrim’s progress on Europe’s shortest Camino de Santiago. And France lets the good times roll with a round of pétanque.

 

Walking distance: about 35-55 minutes

This route is accessible for people with disabilities

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For All-Rounders

GERMANY / BELGIUM / SWITZERLAND

 

This route is perfect for people who enjoy getting involved: Crown the best performers with your applause at Germany’s poetry slam, bring smurfs to life with pen and paper with Belgium and learn the do’s and don’t of cheese fondue and reap homemade chocolates as a reward with Switzerland.

 

Walking distance: about 40-65 minutes

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For the Curious

FINLAND / GERMANY / THE NETHERLANDS

 

Listen and participate on this route for the particularly curious: Learn all about Finland’s Swedish minority as they tell you stories, then join them in baking “pulla,” their national pastry. Reward the best entries at Germany’s poetry slam with the loudest applause. Finally, the Netherlands challenges you to try a typically Dutch form of consensus building – the polder model.

 

Walking distance: about 40-50 minutes

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Reise durch deine Stadt.

Los geht’s am Samstag, den 26. Mai, zu Mittag im MuseumsQuartier. Vor Ort wirst du in eine Gruppe eingeteilt und machst dich gemeinsam mit eurem Guide auf den Weg. Auf eurer Route besucht ihr drei Länder, die alle in Gehdistanz erreichbar sind.

Erlebe Länder hautnah.

Auf jeder Route erlebt ihr drei der insgesamt 15 europäischen Länder, die 2018 zur Auswahl stehen. Ein paar Highlights aus dem heurigen Programm: in der Skispringer-Nation Polen kann man die richtige Haltung für den perfekten Skisprung üben, in der Schweiz erfährst du die Do’s and Dont’s für die Zubereitung von Käsefondue, in Dänemark gibt es ein “Lego Serious Play” und in Bulgarien gilt es eine Postkarte zu schreiben – in neu gelernten kyrillischen Schriftzeichen.

Europa darf man feiern.

Zum Abschluss geht’s in den Volksgarten Club, wo alle knapp tausend TeilnehmerInnen wieder zusammen kommen. Dort ist Zeit, sich darüber auszutauschen, was man auf seiner persönlichen Route erlebt hat – und ihr erlebt vor Ort, wie europäisch wir eigentlich alle sind. Danach kann man den Tag gemeinsam ausklingen lassen. Voraussichtliches Ende: ca. 20.30 Uhr.

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See what happened in 2017!

Awards

May 2017

EUROPE STATE AWARD

Austrian Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs

June 2017

EUROPEAN CITIZEN’S PRIZE

European Parliament

November 2017

INNOVATIONS AWARD

Corps Touristique Austria