I’ve visited Vienna with my lovely friends, just a week before Christmas. We went to check out the Austrian Christmas Market called Christkindlmarkt – and it reminded me I have to get back to learning German!
I absolutely loved the Holiday spirit in the city, with all the little wooden houses, streets dressed in Christmas lights and the crisp in the air.
Of course we couldn’t say no to Chrismas punch and Käsekrainer, which is an unbelievably amazing sausage with cheese inside. It’s sooooo deliscious, seriously the best sausage EVER!
After a few hours we decided to warm ourself up in a shisha bar and had some hummus with mint tea – because a plate of hummus is always welcomed.
The whole day we were searching for a special stuffed potato. My friend really wanted to try it as she was said it is delicious. I was pretty sure it’s the same thing as in Turkey – called Krumpir, famous streetfood – and so it was. We found it in the last market we went to, in front of Rathaus. Everyone was happy and satisfied as we were munching our potato and sipping on a last mug of Christmas punch before we left the city.
It was definitely a fun time getting in festive mood with friends! Unfortunatelly I didn’t had the chance to get a magnet, so I need to go back to Vienna and also eat a massive Schnitzel next time.