Vienna Photo Diary (70+ Pictures!!!)

Written By bryanboy

I’ve always wanted to go to Vienna but because of my ridiculous schedule, I’ve never really had the opportunity to do so until now. What made this visit even more ridiculous was that I wasted five whole days of our trip in bed because I was sick with flu. I could barely walk and I had the worst fever and sore throat. I didn’t even get to ring the New Year — I was asleep! Talk about a harsh year-ender… it was only until two days before my trip ended that I started to feel better. So, here’s forty eight hours in Vienna, as documented through my lens. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I do. Vienna is one motherload of an enormous museum. That’s how beautiful it is. I am astounded how dedicated Austrians are when it comes to art, history and culture. They spend vast amount of resources, from money to city space, to celebrate art in different forms.

Bryanboy in front of Die Macht zu Lande (The Power on Land) fountain by Edmund Hellmer at Michaelertrakt of Hofburg Palace
Fountain Die Macht zu Lande (Power on Land) Fountain by Edmund Hellmer

Sunglasses from Versace, coat from Sonia Rykiel, shirt from Patrik Ervell, sweater from Vanessa Bruno, jeans from BLK DNM by Johan Lindeberg, shoes from Church’s

I’m gonna come back again in March after the womenswear shows in Paris. Set that in stone.

Click click click for my Vienna photo diary.


Vienna subway train car
Pink building
Cafe Leopold Hawelka Vienna cake, coffee and orange juice
Bryanboy at Cafe Hawelka, Wien
Michaelertrakt, Wien
A sculpture by Edmund Hellmer
Bryanboy at Hofburg Palace
Vienna architecture
Vienna street lamp post
Red and gold gates
A horse in Vienna
Naturhistorisches Museum
Bryanboy sitting on top of the elephant sculpture in front of Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna
Outdoor statues outside Naturhistorisches Museum Wien
Colourful plastic installations at MuseumsQuartier Wien
Mumok - Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien
MuseumsQuartier Wien elevator
Animal graffiti at MuseumsQuartier Wien
Street poster at MuseumsQuartier Wien
Dog poster at MuseumsQuartier Vienna
Street Art Passage
Abandoned playground at MuseumsQuartier Wien
Fillgrader Stiege Vienna
NeoBaroque architecture
Green earphones

Marilyn Intimacy Vienna
Secession Vienna
Bryanboy sitting on chairs at the park, Vienna
St Charles Church Vienna
Karlskirche Wien
Art at Karlsplatz
Woman and ghost poster, Vienna
Kasino Wien
A building in Vienna
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
Schonbrunn Palace Vienna
Schonbrunn Station Vienna
Bryanboy standing outside Vienna Opera House
Vienna Opera House
Albertina Vienna
Bryanboy sitting outside a store selling pinocchio dolls
Statues and fountains, Vienna
The Crown of Rudolf II also known as The Crown of the Austrian Empire
Coronation regalia, Austria
Fur and gold medals, Austria
Embroidered regalia
Avita
Coronation Mantel of Austrian Empire designed by Philipp von Stubenrauch
Coronation Mantel of Austrian Empire embroidered by Johann Fritz
Coronation Robe of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia designed by Philipp von Stubenrauch
Coronation Robe of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia
Cradle of the King of Rome - Napoleon II cradle
Bryanboy inside Imperial Treasury of Austria
Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire, Vienna
Embellished sword handle
Reflection of Bryanboy
Austrian gold embroidery
Embroidered mantel
Bryanboy outside the Imperial Treasury Schatzkammer in Vienna
Lunch in Vienna
Bryanboy standing on a fountain, Vienna
Deo Filio Redemptori, Vienna
Stephansplatz, Vienna
Facade of St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna
Stephansdom Wien
Inside St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna
Bryanboy sticking his tongue out while praying at St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna
A scuplture of Jesus inside St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna

23 Comments

  1. OMG. you were so close to my country! :DD
    and please, COME TO CROATIA (to the capital city- Zagreb). And if you ever do, I’ll be your best guide. :DD and ofc you look fab in this sonya rykiel coat. ˆ*

    x’s

    Dino

  2. oh waa…the last photo is so scary 0.0 is it a relic?? this photo diary really makes me want to jump over to a plane RIGHT NOW..and travel to either Paris, Austria or Vienna. I’ve always wanted to visit Vienna. it’s a lovely, wonderful city for classical music <3 <3 <3 fealing so jealoussssss =.=" hahahaha^^ (ill get my turn later.. hopefully) for now, hope the charms and highlights of Vienna will stay with you for a long, long time Bryan !!

  3. Aww so nice! Your post made me miss my hometown even more… London is so different.
    Thank God you got better the last days and could explore the city. It is fantastic!

  4. Yay ! great pictures, it really amkes me want to visit Vienna, it’s definately on y travel list ! Did you get to taste the famous hot chocolate and pastries ? Or are you still on your diet ? ;) You look fab, especially in the second outfit, these metallic pants are GORGEOUS !!

  5. That’s awful that you got sick. I’m glad you’re feeling better and I hope someone was there to take care of you! I enjoy all of your photos because I hope to make it to Austria one day too. ^^

  6. April Jan Stephanie Ragragio

    I haven’t had the slightest idea about Vienna until you made this blog entry. God, it’s so beautiful! It’s now part of my Country-to-visit list. Thanks, Bryan! Sending you all my love from Manila.

  7. heeey bryanboy i live in vienna! love the pictures and i now open a fashion blog.. check it out if you want xx

  8. Simon Ng

    hi Bry, what kinda lens do you use on your canon slr? your photos are so clear and vibrant! regard from NYC!

  9. Lovely Photos from wein… I visited it last two years ago and seeing your blog about vienna brought me back to my wonderful memories of that place. I will visit it again hopefully this year.

  10. Juan Campanini

    WRONG CHOICES OF VIENNA’S ARCHITECTURE, IM SORRY TO TELL U. THE BEST OF VIENNA IS THE GREAT ART NOUVEAU AND MODERNIST BUILDING BY ADOLF LOOD AND OTTO WAGNER….U SHOULD VISIT THEM, THEY R SO COOL

  11. OMG i cannot believe you actually were here, i am a fellow blogger living in Vienna :-) Next time you’re here we should definitely meet, Vienna is a great city indeed! And as far as I can tell, even in just 2 days, you managed to see a lot hehe ;-)

    xoxo Viktoria

    http://nospetitesreveries.blogspot.com/

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