Weed In Vienna

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Best ganja-friendly travel destinations ; Vienna is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, and it’s also one of the most weed-friendly.
After smoking a joint in one of the city’s many parks, there’s nothing better than strolling around the magnificent 1st district.
Although marijuana is prohibited in Austria, the Viennese and visitors to the city do not take the legislation seriously.

Where to get weed in Vienna:

As long as you have a skilled guide, cannabis is fairly easy to come by in Vienna.
The train and subway stations, like those in most other major European cities, are swarming with drug dealers peddling cannabis and other substances.
MuseumsQuartier, Praterstern, and Westbahnhof are the greatest U-Bahn stations to buy marijuana from.

Other places to get cannabis in Vienna include the big parks, like Stadtpark, and next to the club ‘Flex’, close to the Schottenring station. The same rules apply in all the stations.

Based on your age and clothes, you will get offered to buy some blunt if you just pass by, the dealers are usually Arab or black. The way cannabis dealers in Vienna work is, they will give you a nod and if you nod back at them, they will approach you and sell you. Marijuana is called “grass” in German, so keep your ears open for that one. Someyimes, dealers that approaches you is not actually carrying any weed on them. They will instead lead you to a guy around the corner or a spot where the cannabis is kept.

When it comes to cannabis quality in Vienna, a lot depends on who you buy it from, especially street traders.
The vendors will usually sell you low-quality brown cannabis that isn’t particularly good but will get you high.
Hash in Vienna is usually of higher quality, owing to the fact that the majority of the dealers are Arabs with reliable sources.
Dealers frequently offer you 0.8–0.7 grams and claim that it is 1 gram, but there is little you can do about it on the spot.
You should expect to pay 10 euros, but you may be asked for more; if this is the case, bargain down.

Is Marijuana legal in Austria?

Cannabis is banned in Austria, despite its widespread availability. On the other hand, medicinal marijuana is legal. The laws and the police will target the manufacturers and dealers rather than the general public, so things aren’t horrible, but they’re also not legal.

When the cops apprehend you, they’ll try to figure out if the marijuana you’re carrying is for personal use or for sale. The maximum penalty for tiny quantities is six months in prison.
However, you are unlikely to receive the maximum, and as a tourist, you may be able to get away with a warning.
As a local, you can normally expect a fine or to be enrolled in a rehabilitation program.

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