Alexander Hotel Vienna

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Augasse 15, Vienna, Vienna, 1090, Austria
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  • Couples82
  • Solo85
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In vienna for 24 hrs

by worshik

Hi,

I am arriving in Vienna on 8th September at 2 pm at the Vienna international airport. I have to reach Hotel Alexander, Wien - Augasse 15, 1090 Wien and then drop my luggage and go local sight seeing. I have time till 2 pm on 9th September.

please suggest the must see places within the limited time I have. Please suggest how to get from the airport to the city and also travel within the city ( using a day card). I would be interested exploring the city and going around ( not interested in museums).Thanks

Re: In vienna for 24 hrs

by lotharscheer

Cheapest way from the airport to Vienna with S7 (suburban train, if you use a 24 hour ticket you need a extra € 1,80 ticket for going to/from the airport) to Wien Mitte, change to U3 to Bellaria and then to streetcar D to station Liechtenwerder Platz (Augasse), 100m from your hotel. Go back with streetcar D to Schottentor look around the central city, look als at Bevedere palace, if you like wine go in the eveneing to Grinzing or Neustift to a "Heurigen" (vor instance Sirbu, Kahlenbergerstrasse 210, with a excellent view over to town)

Re: In vienna for 24 hrs

by ramot418

IMHO, Schonbrunn palace is a must-see (3-4 hours). Easily reached with the U-bahn.
Also the National Museum (KHM)on the Opernring, opposite the Hofburg Palace.

Re: In vienna for 24 hrs

by IreneMcKay

Walk around at least part of the ring road (it's probably at its most interesting around the museum quarter- no need to go in the museums - just enjoy the buildings) to see some of Vienna's beautiful architecture - nthe hofburg, the rathouse, the stadt theatre and the beautiful park next to it, the parliament. Have a look at Belvedere Palace gardens, Schonnbrun Palace Gardens, the Stadt park with its famous Strauss statue and Karl's Kirche which is a lovely church. Use the trams for some of your sightseeing so you can take in the sights as you travel.

The S-bahn is cheaper than the cat from the airport. Plus you can use your ticket on the U-bahn, too. Get a day ticket for further sightseeing after you leave your hotel.

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I'm not really sure where to...

by Katirose

I'm not really sure where to start with this particular page because I so thoroughly my time an Vienna and can't wait to go back to Austria.

Alas, the must see's for the visitor: the Schloss Schonbrunn, to see the magestic interior, The Hofburg, Stephansdom - a tiled roof like none other, and the Schloss Belvedere to see the works of Gustav Klimt and other important Austrian artists, and the final resting place of the greats: Beethoven, Schubert and Brahms in the Zentralfriedhof, Vienna being a city of music, listing to Mozart in the Orangerie was an absolute thrill.

As a person of modest means from Chicago, riding in a taxi that is a Mercedes Benz was also exciting.

St. Stephan Chatedral

by olja1234

Another closer view to the Chatedral.

This chatedral is absolute one of the landmarks of Vienna. Very impressive is wonderful tiled roof.
Next to the chatedral is a square, very crowdy, where various activities are taking place.

Rathaus or Town Hall

by Skipka

This dominant of Vienna remembers the time of Franz Josef I and all what u see is a work of architect Friedrich Schmidt who made his idea of design into reality. The building itself is in the nouve-gothic style and it is seat of city council, urban management and region council. All these representatives fit to the area of 14 000 m2 to this complex of halls and staterooms. The symbol of Town Hall is "Man of Town Hall" who is bravely standing on the top of the Tower. For those who would like to know more about him ... he is 3.4 m tall and his weight is 1800 kg (maybe too much food...) and it is the work of Alexander Nehr. In summer there is a festival of music (Vienna summer) and you can go for a walk through this beautiful monument from Monday to Friday about 1 pm with a profesional guide. Of course it is real only when there is no program of councils :) The best is to come in summer or winter. In summer you can enjoy all the sun in nearby park and in the wnter especially before Xmas you can enjoy ice skating on temporary ice ring.

Schillerplatz

by bugulma

Schillerplatz is a square that is situated in front of Fine Arts academy. There is a monument to Friedrich Schiller. It is the first bronze monument that was placed to not-army-person. The monument was built in 1876 by Iogann Schilling.

Michael Seida, the crooner of Simmering

by siwi

From Las Vegas Michael Seida, big crooner and tap dancer bring Rat-Pack songs to Vienna... It's not an imitation, it's a creation...
Michael Seida sings Rat-Pack songs in "Wienerisch" (dialect of Vienna). He and his band are GREAT! My mother, fan of Dean Martin, had a great time even if she doesn't speak German. This show is a must see show!
In Theater Akzent (www.akzent.at) : 15, 19, 22 & 23 May 2003

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Address: Augasse 15, Vienna, Vienna, 1090, Austria