Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna
The state-of-the-art campus WU, situated in Vienna’s 2nd district between the Vienna Messe and Prater Park, is impressive not only because of its award-winning architecture. It is designed to offer free, open spaces and to serve as a place of encounter for everyone. Modern, innovative, and open, it is also a popular venue for university and non-university events.
Vienna City Hall
Rathausplatz 1, 1010 Vienna
Vienna’s City Hall is a monumental gothic-style building located on the Ring boulevard in the city center.
In addition to administrative offices and the seat of the municipal government, City Hall also offers prestigious event and exhibition locations. Numerous exhibitions and events like the Life Ball or the Global Village are held in its beautifully appointed rooms.
City Hall also houses the archives and library of the city of Vienna, as well as numerous collections on the city’s history, including valuable documents like original scores written by Franz Schubert and Johann Strauss II – it is an inspiring venue in a truly historical environment. (Picture: © PID/Walter Schaub-Walzer)
Karl-Farkas-Gasse 19, 1030 Vienna
The Marx Hall originally housed Vienna’s central cattle market. The building, a historical landmark, is Vienna’s last existing wrought-iron construction.
Today, the 20,000 m2 hall, located in the heart of the revitalized Neu Marx neighborhood in Vienna’s third district, is a hotspot in Vienna’s event scene. Gala dinners with several thousand people, renowned congresses and conferences, but also cultural events, TV productions, concerts, and creative arts festivals are held in Marx Hall. In addition to its enormous size and flexible spatial struc-ture, the historic building distinguishes itself from other venues by its industrial charm – a modern venue with almost unlimited possibilities
Ottakringer Platz 1, 1160 Wien
The Ottakringer Brewery is the last remaining large Viennese brewery, and also one of the last large, independent breweries in Austria. Due to the unique combination of diverse, historical architecture and modern event technology, the Ottakringer Brewery is the perfect setting for the Student & Alumni Buffet & Party during the CEMS Annual Events 2019. (Picture: © Ottakringer Brauerei)
Vienna is the largest university city in the German-speaking region and one of Europe’s most popular travel destinations. As one of the world’s most livable cities, it offers a unique combination of urban flair with beautiful natural areas. In addition, the city also offers exceptional locations for the CEMS annual events.