Guide to Vienna's Street Art
Although Vienna has many beautiful classical and modern art galleries, much work can be seen for free by simply taking a stroll through.
Vienna is famous for its former Empire, the Habsburg Dynasty, the opera balls, and its schnitzels! But besides these, there is a lively street art life here too. If you know where to find, you will see some stunning pieces tucked away in an otherwise classic and clean neighbourhood. This artwork is by Frau Isa, NYCHOS, Rookie the Weird
and can be found at Mollardgasse 51, 1060
Where to go FOR STREET ART SPOTTING
You will find amazing murals as you walk through Vienna. Full size, covering the entire side of a building – always unexpected, surprising yet magnificent. You will find a somr at the back of Museums Quartier, a passage beautifully named Beton Blumen (Concrete Flowers).
The Street Art Passage can be accessed from Breite G, and is open all hours.
|Heading to the canal (no matter which side you are on) street art will walk you along with the most beautiful designs often being on the many bridges pillars. For those who is interested in biking or walking down the canal, this photo here was taken at the Donaukanal next to Spittelau. After taking the street art stroll you will get to Schwedenplatz, where when the warmer days are coming, you can rest in one of the many beach bars along the canal, coffee shops, restaurants or indoor bars around there.
On the right this mural is made by the artist Cix and is called 'The dreams guardian' and you can find it under Untergrundbahn Bogen 6, 1060.
As this street art map shows, there are many more spots for you to enjoy the beautified grey in Vienna.