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Enjoy the 360° Photo Tour – Simply move your view by grabbing the picture with the cursor – you can also zoom in:

The Entrance Area: 
Note: The impressive wooden construction covering the entrance is actually Austrias tallest wooden construction!

UN Office Vienna and D.C. Tower: 
The United Nations Office on the left is adjusted to the Austria Center Vienna. On the right side you can see the sun shining at Austrias tallest skyscraper the D.C. Tower Vienna which hosts Hotel Melia**** located 250m to walk from the conference venue.

Entrance Hall | Main Networking Area 
At the entrance hall Viennese charm awaits you at the registrations desks and Café MOTTO as well as state-of-the-art workspaces in the business lounge.

Hotel Melia | Terrace at 57th Floor: 
Breathtaking views all over Vienna are guaranteed if you explore Austrias highest terrace located on top of the 57th Floor of D.C. Tower Vienna!

Donau Park | Wellness Area 
The 690.000 smq large „Donau Park“ invites to relax in the sun after a long conference day.

D.C. Tower Vienna | Hotel Melia****


VIC | United Nations Building

The Vienna International Centre (VIC) is the campus and building complex hosting the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV). It is colloquially also known as UNO City. The United Nations Office in Vienna (UNOV) is one of the four major UN office sites where several different UN agencies have a joint presence. The office complex is located in Vienna, the capital of Austria, and is part of the Vienna International Centre, a cluster of several major international organizations. More than 4,000 international representatives work at the VIC.

Hemp Embassy Vienna
At the Hemp Embassy Vienna, the “Hemp Museum” association is exhibiting living cannabis plants at all stages of flowering. Some of the varieties used are also used for medicine and stimulants. In each of seven display cases made out of safety glass, a different variety is displayed from the beginning of its flowering stage through harvest maturity. The museum’s opening hours are Monday through Saturday, from 11am to 7pm. Admission is free to all visitors.

In addition to being visually impressive, these plants give off delightful smells: small openings in the glass cases allow visitors to sample each individual odor. Each flowering plant is accompanied by detailed information, such as THC and CBD content, duration of flowering period and genetic origins. The flowering phase of each plant is also filmed and can be viewed at hempembassy.org. In addition, general information regarding cannabis culture, decriminalization and legalization is available. Finally, a small museum shop completes the museum experience.