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We dont normally stay in Hostels, but this seemed to be a good option as Vienna is quite expensive and we wanted to be rather central.
You can pretty much walk to most of the central sights. The next subway is ten minutes walk and...More
The thing we realized after staying in this hostel is that we should have slept on the street rather than checking into it. The reception was unfriendly, the rooms were dirty and what we took away with from the hostel was a bad feeling and,...More
We went with a group of almost 60 people. The stuff was sometimes a little grim, but mostly very helpful. 2, 4 and 6 bed rooms are available in 2 buildings, most of them sunny but warm. The rooms are absolutely clean, bath and common...More
We stayed at Myrthengasse's Jugenherdberge with my class in May 2011. First I feared that it would be an awful place, but it really wasn't. It was actually really nice and good value. Our 4-person-room was clean and spacious. The breakfast was ok (coffee, tea,...More
I randomly picked the Jugendherbege on Myrthengasse out of all the Hostels in Vienna. Travelling during the non-peak season, getting place was no trouble, but I do remember the very helpful gentlemen at the Front Desk who gave me good advice on everything from the...More
Vienna’s art district, Neubau buzzes with galleries, arts and crafts, trendy restaurants, avant-garde shops, and cafés. Neubau’s Spittelberg quarter with cobblestoned Spittelberggasse and Gutenberggasse make for a perfect stroll alongside Biedermeier houses and art shops. Don’t miss the historic courtyard at Amerlinghaus with its typical Pawlatschen galleries, a perfect hangout on a warm summer evening.
Museumsquartier is Neubau’s undisputed highlight: the former Imperial stables house various top museums of 19th to 21st century art. If you love interiors, head for the Imperial Furniture museum (Hofmobiliendepot), one of the world’s largest furniture collections. Find your favorites among a dazzling array of Baroque, Biedermeier, Art Nouveau and Modernist chairs, sofas, cupboards, coat hangers, foot stools and wash basins. No weekend visit would be complete without stopping by a local café on a weekend morning for brunch.