From: Saturday, October 5, 2024
To: Saturday, October 5, 2024
Circus Vienna Autumn Edition 2024
Say goodbye to Summer as the Circus hosts its Autumn edition of the world famous party.
- Stay close to the gay bars near Naschmarkt. Try the Saint SHERMIN, with charming rooms, great breakfast and friendly staff.
- Awaiting venue and lineup for the 2024 edition.
- Circus is all about the party. It’s the feeling of getting all dressed up and going out with your crew.
- It’s the pumping bass that makes your whole body scream for more.
- It’s the miracle of nightlife, glitter, sweat and disco lights.
- The party features multiple international DJs and an amazing opening show, plus the hottest Gogos and the sassiest drag queens.
- Plus a Special FX led Wall and Lighting by the legendary JFK Eventtechnik.
- The Party takes place at ARENA Wien, a cultural centre in Vienna, Austria.
- From its 1970s origins in an abandoned former slaughterhouse used for the Vienna Festival, the Arena grew into a center for alternative culture.
- It is located at Baumgasse 80 in the Landstraße district.
- You can reach the venue by U3: Erdberg station (4 minutes walk) Nightline N75 Franzosengraben. Alternatively take a taxi from the center of town. It takes between 10 and 15 mins depending on traffic.
Recommended Hotels in Vienna
The following hotels have high ratings. All are close to the city’s top attractions and a short ride to the party:
Gay Map of Vienna
Wienzeile (‘Vienna Row’) is a street that runs through the city along the Vienna River. It is divided into Rechte (right) Wienzeile and the Linke (left) Wienzeile. Many gay bars and venues are located along both sides of Wienzeile.
Recommended Hotels in Vienna By Booking
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5 Star, Luxury
The luxurious, renowned 5-star Hotel Imperial is set directly on the Ringstraße boulevard in the heart of Vienna and takes you back to the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It features exclusive hotel rooms, a gourmet restaurant and a 24-hour rooftop fitness centre with a sauna. It was inaugurated in 1873 by Emperor Francis Joseph as the Palais Württemberg.
5 Star, Readers Choice
Built in 1913, Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof is located in the centre of the first district of Vienna, only a few steps from the Hofburg Imperial Palace. Free WiFi is available. The Herrenhof’s air-conditioned rooms are very spacious and comfortably furnished. The Viennese studio Einwaller decorated the rooms and other parts of the hotel with 21st century interpretations of various styles
Austria Trend Hotel
4 Star, Great Value
Set in a charming building from 1912, Austria Trend Hotel Astoria Wien is located in the centre of Vienna, right on the famous Kärtnerstraße shopping street. Free WiFi is available. The elegant rooms are decorated with period furniture and come with wooden floors, a flat-screen cable TV, a minibar, a safe, a work desk, and a bathroom.
K+K Hotel Maria
4 Star, Location
The modern and elegant K+K Hotel Maria Theresia enjoys a central and quiet location right in Vienna’s artists’ quarter of Spittelberg and offers free WiFi, a wellness and a fitness area. The city centre is within a 10-minute stroll. The comfortable guestrooms offer modern luxury and a stylish interior design, with designer bathrooms and many modern amenities.
Video Of Highlights of past Circus Events
Circus – Can You Feel It?
Top Gay Neighbourhoods in Vienna
Vienna, the capital of Austria, has a rich cultural history and a diverse, open-minded atmosphere. Vienna hosts various LGBTQ+ events and festivals throughout the year. One major event is Vienna Pride, which includes a colorful parade and various cultural activities. This celebration promotes visibility, acceptance, and equality for the LGBTQ+ community.
Naschmarkt District | Close to the city centre
- The Naschmarkt area has a lively atmosphere, diverse culinary scene, and several gay and gay-friendly venues.
- Kettenbrückengasse street in quite popular, famous for its gay friendly environment.
- The street is home to several gay bars, cafes, and clubs.
- It is a hub for socializing and comes alive at from early evening to late at night, especially on weekends.
The Mariahilf district, along Gumpendorfer Strasse, is home to an eclectic mix of shops, cafes, and bars. Also great for shopping.
This street runs along the southern edge of the city center & includes the famous Naschmarkt, home to several gay cafes and bars.