Actilingua Apartment Hotel

Schneidergasse 7, Vienna, Vienna, 1110, Austria
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Normal Places for a date in Vienna:-(?

by AnatolyZ

Hello dear people,
I know it may seem rediculous asking such a question here but i really need your help.
can u sggest me please in Vienna some not too expensive but interesting as possible ideas to take a girl for a date?I realize i dont know anything in Vienna to take to a girl...or some route not too long and then sitting in some fine cofee...any ideas would be blessed.(better not too touristic)
Im just stressed since it's soon and i'm empty of ideas...
really thank you!!!!any ideas are cool..ANY!!!
thanks again!!!hope to help u too!
Toly

Re: Normal Places for a date in Vienna:-(?

by Durfun

Well, First of all you have to attend a ball and do a Viennese Waltz with her! Then head for a fine cafe outside Hofsburg Palace & treat her to the finest desserts.

After that she'd be putty in your hands, and you can make music together ;-)

Re: Normal Places for a date in Vienna:-(?

by AnatolyZ

hehe thanks;-)))) but its the extreme touristic option;-))))!!!
i just need a cassual local things...she is not stupid since she is local...i just try to give something by my "own:-))))

Re: Normal Places for a date in Vienna:-(?

by Maryimelda

Well if she lives there, then she would be the best one to make the decision. Why not just ask her? After all, Vienna is one of the most romantic cities on earth. Surely she would know the best spots. Hope it all works out for you.

Re: Normal Places for a date in Vienna:-(?

by camchase

Here is a novel idea. Depending when ur in Vienna. Bring ur date to my music concert on:Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010 Tunnel-Vienna-Live 9 pm Florianigasse 39
A-1080 Vienna Aus. for a sneak preview check out my web at www.freddiehall.com
good luck.

Re: Normal Places for a date in Vienna:-(?

by AnatolyZ

Thank you so so so much!!!!

Travel Tips for Vienna

Things you should do in Vienna

by hhhhhhhhhhs

I made a list for you, about you should do in Vienna. I can really recommend them.

To eat and drink:
1) Drink a glass of tap water. The water in Vienna is much better then in many other cities.
2) Eat a Sachertorte. It is one of the best chocolate cakes in the world. (You will get the original
kind of it only in the "Hotel Sacher".)
3) Eat a Wiener Schnitzel.
4) If you are a vegeterian, you could eat a Apfelstrudel (The Apfelstrudel is a dessert!) instead of
a Wiener Schnitzel.

To visit:
5) The Schönbrunn Palace.
6) The Hofburg.
7) The Stephansdom (St. Stephan's Cathedral or, how the Viennese call it, "Steffl").
8) The UNO-City. I was just once there and it was really fascinating.
9) The Wiener Prater (It is a big park. Don't mix it up with the "Wurschtelprater", that is a fun park!)
10) The Riesenrad

Other things:
11) Go through Vienna and keep your eyes peeled!

If you need help, just ask somebody, most people in Vienna speak English with you (If the person you ask doesn't speak English, ask a pupil who turned already twelve, they understand English!)

The offical Website of Vienna: http://www.wien.gv.at/english/ When I am away from Vienna, I most miss the wonderful tap water.

1. bezirk

by call_me_rhia

Vienna is divided into districts, politically, and there are 23 of them. Bizirk means district, and if you want to know in which district you are it's simple: look for a street sign: the number before the street name refers to its district. So If you read "1, Albertinaplatz " it means that you are in the first district, not at building number 1. District 1 is the innermost district, the most historical one and where most sites of interest are located. Stephen's cathedral would be at the very heart of this district.

This district had just under 20000inhabitants but the people who work there are many more: about 100000. The Ringstraße (the road that runs around the city centre) circles the Innere Stadt and more or less follows the area where the former city walls were located.

5th district - Margareten

by pakistanibrain

The Naschmarkt is Vienna's most multi-cultural market. You will find a lot of stalls and shops with items from many different countries. Asian handicraft, Turkish restaurants, local fresh food, etc.

Margareten (that's how the 5th district is called) lies at the southern end of the city centre. Another main attraction here is the Margaretenbad, one of the favourite swimming-spots for young kids with water slides, etc.

"Wiener Schnitzel" - a famous Austrian speciality

by WStat

Here comes the Austrian #1-speciality: "Wiener Schnitzel" (Viennese Cutlet):

Take a thinly sliced peace of veal ("round"), pork or turkey (the ORIGINAL dish is ALWAYS made of veal yet !!),press- or hammer it somewhat, but softly to make it thinner (without causing damage) and dip it into wheat-flour. Remove any excess flour. Than dip it into 2 raw, intermingled eggs so that some of the eggmix sticks (due to the flour)at the cutlet. Dip it now into a heap of (white-) breadcrumbs, prepared on a plate beforehand and press them softly on both sides.Now the "schnitzel"goes into a fryingpan with hot vegetable oil (originally divided butterfat is used !) and is fried slowly till goldenbrown on both sides. After removing it from the pan, excess fat is carefully soaked away with some kitchen-paper and some salt applied.
The original dish goes NEVER with any sauce or gravy, but with a lemon-slice and is preferrably accompanied by potatoe-salad. Bon Appetite !

Be polite

by Redwraith

Everybody is polite. So be too. Dont be loud ... especially not in the coffee houses. Keep too yourself ... everybody does.

If you speak german : Dont use "Hi" or "Wie gehts" (How are you) as greeting ... but use the old "Grüss Gott" (means God greets you). Its just used in Austria and parts of Bavaria but it will open doors if you you do it.

If you write down your name in a guest book as "Dr. XXX" expect that you will be greeted as "Dr XXX" the next time (especially in the higher calss hotels)
We love titles. A Titel (may it be honorary or earned) opens doors and will make waiters more polite (especially at traditional hotels and coffee houses)

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