Month to month lease apartments in multicultural Vienna
There are just enough residents in Vienna’s capital to turn it into a cosmopolitan, bustling European city, yet not too many to make it feel overcrowded and overwhelming, like in some of its counterparts - Paris, London or Rome. What makes Vienna a dynamic, yet laid back place, is the presence of many students and young people, bringing with them edgy cultural and social life. The city owes to immigrants from Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East its great diversity of food, cultures, and vibes.
Temporary furnished apartments in laid back Vienna
If you’re looking for a big city that allows for some leisure, look no more, as Austrians are known for their moderation at work. You’d expect any German-speaking nation to be extremely hardworking, yet in Vienna appreciates quality time away from the office. Unwinding is made even easier by the Viennese coffee culture. One enjoys their drink in beautifully decorated coffee houses that encourage visitors to relax, read and discuss life with each other. Any furnished room for rent you’ll find here will be a stone throw away from a place serving the best cup of the black delight, with a great cake on the side.
Serviced apartments in Vienna for your perfect short stay
Since tourism to Vienna has spiked over the past years, furnished apartments for rent short term are popular among those who search for diverse experiences. Some come in search of the high culture that made the city known as a historically important cultural hub. For music lovers, there is the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the National Opera and many smaller concert houses. For art lovers, there is Museums Quartier with some of the world’s best art collections. And those who seek architectural beauties can explore an incredible amount of both classical and more contemporary, experimental pieces scattered around town.
Find your dream 6 to 12-month rental accommodation in Vienna
Once you spotted a fully furnished flat for rent you’d like to move in, you can plan your perfect adventure. When you’re tired of Empress Elizabeth’s purple sorbets (find it in the Demel coffee house) and all types of Sacher torts, you can rent a bike or climb into a train and venture into green vineyards and hills surrounding the city. Enjoy the laid back atmosphere of the world’s best city to live in.