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We had a pleasant stay for 2 nights, also had supper one evening which included spagetti and a soup. We were able to park the coach outside by the local bus station, which was good. Also, there is a local supermarket nearby and easy access...More
This was your typical hostel. You get what you pay for. There is a nice authentic Austrian restaurant nearby where you can have dinner which was recommended to us by the hostel. Also great walking tours.
We rented a 6 private bed room and a 3 private bed room.
The rooms were clean and confortable. Some of the bedsheets were broken but everything was clean.
The city center ia easy to reach by subway U4, and the subway station is 10...More
3bathroom in each floor
but some of rooms had a separate shower
far from city center but in a very good looking quite place and near to subway station
no breakfast included you should pay for breakfast about 4-5 euro...More
I stayed in three different rooms, two completely different standards!! Some rooms were new and really nice, other rooms were awful, first room had toilet and shower, but was boiling in the morning!! The sun hit the building and at 8am, you were just sweating...More
Vienna’s 13th district has always been in the shadow of Schönbrunn Palace and its gardens, but has interesting hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Allow half a day for the imposing Habsburg residence and the gardens with Gloriette belvedere. Reserve the other half to discover the secret charms of this posh residential neighbourhood. Sneak out of the gardens at Hietzinger Tor (Hietzing Gate) and head down
Hietzinger Hauptstrasse for Kaiserpavillon (Emperor’s pavilion), an Art Nouveau gem right on top of U4’s metro railtracks. At local institutions Café Dommayer and restaurant Plachutta you can mingle with residents, their families and friends. Dommayer has risen to fame since waltz king Johann Strauss and his orchestra performed there regularly. If you want to go beyond private villa gazing visit Klimtvilla and Hermesvilla. Art Nouveau genius Gustav Klimt had his last studio in a now beautifully renovated villa, which is open during spring and summer. Hermesvilla at Lainzer Tiergarten animal enclosure and nature park is a must for all romantics and fans of Empress Sissi.