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This place is more of a group/family solution than a hostel. I stayed for six nights and place was typically full of families and classes on travel.
Pros: Location outside of the city makes you discover a side of Vienna you would never come across....More
I have read lot of critics about how far this hostel is from the city town. Ok, it is true, but you can check this before getting there, the city center is full of hostels. Once that is said, if you get a 6 minutes...More
The hostel staff are friendly. The rooms and showers are clean but older. The location is what makes this place attractive. Up on the hill with a glorious scenic lookout. It's very peaceful and great for walking around and exercise away from crowds. It is...More
The views from this hostel were amazing. For that reason alone it is a great place to stay. The distance to the city isn't bad with the public transport system so it is a good choice. The accommodation itself was ok with a bad experience...More
I stayed there for two nights only, and I really liked, the hostel is kind of far, but the public transportation works very well and you can go to anywhere without problems.
About the facilities they have a good infrastructure, nice rooms, very clean, and...More
The production site of popular Ottakringer beer brews up an exciting mix of working and middle class suburbs, Balkanese immigrant lifestyles, and lush patches of hilly woodland. The recently gentrified area around Yppenplatz and Brunnenmarkt boasts hip cafés and bars next to South East European delicacies at Brunnenmarkt street market. The dynamics of Ottakring become most apparent at its vibrant high
street Ottakringer Strasse. At the top end you can feast on wine and local food in Austria’s oldest wine tavern 10er Marie. The wines are from the tavern’s own urban vineyards. Before you head upwards, make sure you pay a visit to the historic courtyards between Lerchenfelder Gürtel and Hippgasse. When locals visit Ottakring’s hilly green outskirts on the weekends they either climb up 31 meters of Jubiläumswarte viewing tower on Gallitzinberg, have a succulent Wiener Schnitzel at Villa Aurora, or reward their hiking exertions around Wilhelminenberg with a drink and a view from Wilhelminenberg Palace (now a hotel and restaurant).