Vienna is not just art, music, Mozart, Sisí the Empress and other fairy tales. During our first visit to Vienna, we thought so and when we arrived at our hostel at night we could testify that apart from being one of the most important cultural capitals of Europe, in Vienna there is also farra and the good.
Around the Stephansdom neighborhood beats the heart of Vienna with medieval armor and the surrounding arteries pump with terraces and joy. In summer especially the streets fill up and the bars of their bars overflow with mugs of good beer and vibrant atmosphere. 50% of the editors of Viajablog (Sergi and a server, we can attest after a good spree).
In addition, for 5 euros and one hour trip you can go by boat to visit the nearby Bratislava and at a glance you can visit two historic cities in central Europe in one trip.
Do you remember the music group Los Piratas? Today surfing the internet I found this promotional video that we showed in the post about the city of Vienna made by the singer and songwriter of the group Los Piratas, Iván Ferreiro. This is a new music video of the singer whose title is Vienna Sounds Good and means the starting gun of his next album that will be released next fall under the name of Val Miñor-Madrid. World history and chronology.
Curiously, our friend and companion, José Ramón Álvaro, was traveling with them, who also recounts his experience on the streets of Vienna with the famous musician in his blog Viajes, Rock y fotos.
Through the images of the video I reaffirm again that Vienna is not just what guides usually try to sell us. Yes; Vienna is imperial, glorious and people on the street seem to be able to hum La Traviata or The Magic Flute without hesitation. But Vienna is also modern, vibrant, young and accessible as the lyrics and the melody that the song of Ivan Ferreiro transmits in the video clip.
We will be back.