or ” No fear of feelings”
Are you in the mood for an authentic Viennese experience?
You have come to the right place!
Our very special Tour of Vienna begins at the Central Cemetery
and leads us after many stories and anecdotes directly into
the heart of Vienna and the office of a psychotherapist.
As a highlight “Der Machatschek” will serve you a “G´spritzer” (White Wine Spritz)
with the Original Viennese “Lied”- erature.
Sunday, Sept 6, 2020 – 10 am – Central Cemetery, main gate ( 2nd gate )
Sunday, Oct 4, 2020 – 10 am – Central Cemetery, main gate ( 2nd gate )
Sunday, Oct 23, 2020 – 10 am – Central Cemetery, main gate ( 2nd gate )
Sunday, Nov 15, 2020 – 10 am – Central Cemetery, main gate ( 2nd gate )
The Golden Viennese Heart is contradictory:
It´s golden on the outside and a little dark on the inside.
“It is malicious wihin it´s kindness,” said the writer Roda Roda.
It takes psychologists like Sigmund Freud to understand it.
It beats in a melancholic rhythm.
From Viennnese cosiness to phlegmatism it is only a piece of fat cream cake away.
With a legendary “Schauma amoi” (Well, let´s see … ) the Vienneses camouflage their indifference as nonchalance.
Anyway, they get through everything with a good “Schmäh”.
Wiener Schmäh – the characteristic Viennese humour – is the highest belief of Viennese fatalism.
At the same time it is used as an excuse for almost everything.
Along a fine line between humorous charm, bragging and insult,
it is self-deprecating and often macabre. It is our elixir.
To make sure we´ll never run out of it, there are countless “Schmäh – dealers” in town.
Machatschek calls things by their name in a critical way.
In his songs Franz Joseph Machatschek, called ” The Machatschek” screens the Viennese soul
with a good portion of irony. He doesn´t gloss over things and yet reveals a passionate love of life.
Let him serve you an unforgettable cocktail of emotions that tastes good.