“25. Styrian-Spring”

27 Mar

“25. Styrian-Spring”

From April 4th to April 7th, 2024, the “green heart of Austria” invites you to the meanwhile “25th Styria-Spring” event on Vienna’s Rathausplatz.

“Exhilarating entertainment and rustic cordiality”

Experience real Styrian customs up close, such as laying flower carpets, Blochpulgen & Nogln or singing & Schuhplatteln to traditional brass music. Enjoy regional Styrian delicacies & South Styrian wine in the warm spring sun and experience the traditional beer tapping of the Gösser & Murauer brewery. You can also meet Styrian celebrities such as the Narzisse Highnesses or toque chef and Styrian-born Johann Reisinger doing show cooking here.

Every year around 150,000 guests visit the Styria Spring and enjoy the special and warm atmosphere. This year the colorful program once again offers fun and entertainment for young and old. From legends, willow workshops and painting walking stones to turning out pumpkin seed oil and baking donuts to herbal advice and face painting. As every year, there will be a good atmosphere at Vienna’s Rathausplatz with music, culinary delicacies and, not forgetting, the best offers for spring and summer holidays!

“Styrian weeks”

As a fixed point around the “Styrian Spring”, it is a tradition for selected Viennese restaurateurs, such as the restaurant “Zum Leupold” near Rathausplatz, to have Styrian specialties such as fried chicken or Styrian root meat on the menu.

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As in previous years, we are pleased to be able to welcome numerous Styrian Tourism employees and exhibitors to our house again this year! The extensive program is available free of charge for hotel guests at the reception. From the Hotel Zipser it is only a stone’s throw to Vienna’s Rathausplatz. In just a few minutes walk you are there to celebrate the “25th. Styria Spring” to experience and enjoy. Have fun!

  • When: April 04th to April 07th 2024
  • Where: 01 district, Town Hall Square
  • Information: Styrian-Spring
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Picture: © STG – Jesse Streibl