Conrad Seidl, born August 11, 1958 in Vienna, is an Austrian political editor and publicist. However, he is known in the beer world as the self-proclaimed "Beer Pope.
There's a saying that you haven't reached the top until there's no more view. For those who have climbed the Danube Tower in Vienna, you know that this phrase miraculously contains both truth and lies.
Beer has a very special place in Austrian culture. As one of the country's oldest and most popular beverages, it is deeply woven into people's everyday lives and traditions. But what exactly makes beer so important to Austria?
The cooperation between Donauturm and Münzer Bioindustrie is an example of the importance of sustainable and environmentally friendly business practices in the economy.
When you think of the Danube Tower in Vienna, you may think of its impressive height of 252 meters or the breathtaking view from the observation deck 150 meters above the ground. But have you ever thought about the people who make sure that this view is always clear and unclouded?
The Danube Tower in Vienna is a well-known landmark of the city and a popular destination for tourists and locals. However, the tower also requires regular maintenance to ensure that it is always in perfect condition and offers visitors a safe experience.
The Danube Tower is one of Vienna's most famous landmarks and also an important employer in the region.
Students can gain practical experience in the course of their training in the Danube Tower.
Since its foundation in 1114, Klosterneuburg Abbey has been engaged in viticulture, making it the oldest winery in Austria.
Replacing windows in a tower restaurant at an airy height is a challenge. This requires skilled workers with certified height worker training and a lot of experience.
A visit to the Danube Tower is also an experience for children. We invited Florian and Lukas to put the Danube Tower through its paces.