With great excitement we are looking forward to May with great joy, when our beloved fetish weekend Vienna Fetish Spring will take place. From May 25th to 29th, Vienna will once again become the center for international fetish travel. With more than 15 spectacular events, this week will be a real fetish firework and we are looking forward spending the weekend with you. Especially after the challenging past 2 years, we are very happy to welcome you all back to Vienna and to celebrate together with you. The highlight of Vienna Fetish Spring will be the election of Mr. Fetish Austria 2023 on Saturday at the HARD ON.

Vienna Fetish Spring is an annual event that takes place in Vienna, Austria. It is a gathering of individuals who share a passion for fetish culture and a desire to express themselves in a welcoming and supportive environment.

The event typically spans several days and includes a variety of activities, such as workshops, parties, and performances. Attendees come from all over the world and range from seasoned veterans of the fetish scene to newcomers who are exploring their interests for the first time.

At Vienna Fetish Spring, you can expect to see a wide range of clothing and accessories that reflect the diverse interests of the community. This may include leather, latex, rubber, PVC, corsets, and other fetish gear.

The workshops offered at the event cover a variety of topics, such as BDSM techniques, rope bondage, and sensory play. There are also classes on fetish fashion and makeup, as well as discussions on the intersection of fetish culture with art and media.
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  • Here are 10 tips and recommendations, for your visit to Vienna Fetish Spring;

    1. Make sure to visit the event website for the updates on schedules, locations and dress codes. It's essential to be well informed about the events rules and regulations.
    2.. Appreciate the culture and customs when exploring Vienna. The city is renowned for its music, art and architecture so take some time to savor these aspects.
    3. If you plan on attending any events ensure you have attire. While leather latex and rubber are choices, in wear there are no strict guidelines. Wear what makes you feel comfortable and confident!
    4. Don't miss out on exploring Vienna beyond the scene! The city boasts an array of museums, galleries, parks and charming cafes that're definitely worth visiting. Popular tourist attractions include Schönbrunn Palace, Belvedere Palace and the Museum Quarter.
    5. Take advantage of Viennas public transportation system which comprises buses,trams and trains covering all areas of the city.You can conveniently purchase tickets at any station or online.
    6. If you're interested, in meeting gay travelers and locals I recommend checking out some of the citys gay bars and clubs. You might want to visit Cafe Savoy, Felixx or Why Not.
    7. Vienna is renowned for its coffee culture so be sure to indulge in some of the cafes. There are a known options like Cafe Central, Cafe Sperl and Cafe Prückel that you shouldn't miss.
    8. Don't forget to savor the cuisine well. Viennese dishes, like Wiener schnitzel, goulash and sachertorte are must tries. For a culinary experience explore the citys famous street food scene with würstel (sausages) and kebabs.
    9. Take a stroll through some of Viennas parks. The Prater and the Schönbrunn Palace Gardens offer settings for relaxation. If you're feeling adventurous consider renting a bike to discover the city on two wheels.
    10. Lastly don't hesitate to seek assistance or guidance if needed. The locals are generally friendly and helpful; many of them speak English fluently. Should you find yourself lost or in need of directions don't hesitate to approach someone for help.

Here is a list of gay-friendly hotels in Vienna:

  1. Hotel Sans Souci Wien (Gay-Friendly): Located in the vibrant Neubau district, Hotel Sans Souci Wien offers a luxurious and welcoming environment for lgbtq+Q+ travelers. The hotel features elegantly designed rooms, a spa, a rooftop pool, and a restaurant serving gourmet cuisine. Check Availability and Prices: Link
  2. Max Brown 7th District (Gay-Friendly): Max Brown 7th District is a trendy boutique hotel located in the vibrant 7th District of Vienna. The hotel features stylish rooms, a communal lounge, and a bar serving delicious cocktails. Check Availability and Prices: Link
  3. Hotel Altstadt Vienna (Gay-Friendly): Hotel Altstadt Vienna is a boutique hotel located in the trendy Spittelberg neighborhood. The hotel combines modern design with Viennese charm, offering comfortable rooms, a garden courtyard, and a bar. Check Availability and Prices: Link
  4. Hotel Topazz (Gay-Friendly): Set in a distinctive oval-shaped building, Hotel Topazz offers a unique and stylish experience. The rooms feature contemporary design, and the hotel provides a rooftop terrace and a bar. Check Availability and Prices: Link
  5. The Guesthouse Vienna (Gay-Friendly): Located directly across from the Albertina Museum, The Guesthouse Vienna offers a cozy and modern atmosphere. The hotel features elegantly designed rooms, a restaurant serving Austrian cuisine, and a bar. Check Availability and Prices: Link
  6. Hotel Daniel Vienna (Gay-Friendly): Hotel Daniel Vienna is a unique hotel with a focus on sustainability and modern design. The rooms are bright and stylish, and the hotel offers a garden, a rooftop terrace, and a bakery serving delicious treats. Check Availability and Prices: Link

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