A city trip to Naples: Small “Botteghe” in the midst of lavish sights
Sunshine, seaside and pizza-these things come to mind when thinking about the southern Italian city Naples. However, this is not all this city, located on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea has to offer-it also boasts lots of traditional fashion and design labels, which are well worth the visit. Edited by Paloma Pöltinger
Sun, shopping and longing – a short trip through Lisbon PART I
Exploring in the footsteps of great artists such as José Saramago (“The City of the Blind”), sweet treats such as the famous Pastéis de Nata or the best grilled sardines in the world – discovering Portugal’s capital Lisbon! Edited by Konstanze Pawlik
Between false chastity and sexual fantasy - In the footsteps of Josefine Mutzenbacher
Based on the memoirs of the famous Viennese prostitute, Josefine Mutzenbacher, the tour tells the story of prostitution in anecdotes with a big portion of humor. It goes back to the ancient Romans and leads us into the 21st century. Edited by Konstanze Pawlik
Hellas Athens! Chaotic, loud and multifaceted - my second home
A short trip to the most culturally rich city in Europe. Meandering through the revolving doors of the airport, we are greeted by the stifling heat, chaotic turmoil and loud talk. We have arrived! My family's apartment is located in a quiet area. Initially unsure of the situation, we are now very happy about it. It offers compensation for the noisy inner-city life. Furthermore, the popular Lake Vouliagmeni is only a few bus stops away. Searching for a cool down, we decide to go there straight away.
Sightseeing tour: “Stairways and creeks in Vienna’s 9th district“
The 9th district of Vienna, also called Alsergrund, has an interesting history and topographical location. The state-certified tourist guide Marisa Parrella walked around important historical places in the district with FashionTouri. Edited by Paloma Pöltinger
Vienna Ugly Walk – the ugliest buildings in Vienna
Vienna is a beautiful city – that isn’t up for discussion. Beauty, however, can quickly become boring. Ugliness always remains interesting. That's why the Londoner Eugene Quinn shows the most questionable buildings of the 1st, 2. and 3. district on his walk. In addition to telling funny facts, he also wants to encourage discussions between the participants. Written by Anna Flaschberger
¡Hola a todos!
Who knew that Madrid, besides being the Spanish capital, was the cultural capital of Europe in 1992-a fun fact many of you probably weren’t aware of, although this comes as no surprise when looking at the magnificent cultural attractions this city has to offer. On top of that Madrid has a reputation for being a student’s city, as well as being a city for footballers thanks to Atlético and Real Madrid. In addition, it represents a trading and finance center for Spain. As you can see this city is so multifaceted and different making it quite hard to discover everything about it in just a few days. However I do hope that these FashionTouri-Highlights will make your stay more memorable and ensure that you can see as much as possible. Written by Tabea-Marie Widmann
City trip to the fashion metropolis Berlin
Those of you who have been to Berlin know that the capital is not only at the forefront of sustainable fashion and urban lifestyle, but also has many different sights to offer. So many that it would be impossible to visit all of them during just one stay. Furthermore, due to the abundance of small, local fashion labels, it is difficult to keep track. That’s why you will find some suggestions and insider tips for your next trip to Berlin in this post. Written by: Anna Flaschberger