Vienna : New Year’s Eve Trail Revoked

 


 

The cancellation of Covid-19-related events has been a common theme in recent months. Now, Vienna’s New Year’s Eve Trail is the next victim of the pandemic.

The popular event will not be held in 2020, and the organizers of the Vienna Ice Dream are still confident to see tourists skating along the ice track.

For ten years, Vienna has been proudly awarded the title of “the most livable city in the world”. For Vienna, it is important to maintain this high quality of life during challenging times. This requires responsible rethinking in many areas, and this applies especially to the highlights of events that are popular at home and abroad. 


 

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