Anno Hof Hotel Wien

Kulmgasse 22, Vienna, Vienna, Vienna, 1170, Austria
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Whit Monday

by danarox

Dear all,
Monday I will be in Wien for 5 days.Is there any chance to find shops opened on Monday(I know that it's public holiday).
Thanks a lot,

Re: Whit Monday

by bazsi79

Almost all shops are closed on Sundays and national holiays in Vienna. As far as I know, the only exceptions are shops on train stations and airports.

So if you need a supermarket, there is a Billa at Praterstern station that's open from 6am until 9pm every day, including holidays. You can get there with underground U1 or U2. But be prepared that it will be rather crowded! :)

Probably you can find some smaller supermarkets on other stations as well, but this is the one I know about, and where I have already been...

In case you would like to buy anything else than food, it will be quite impossible on a holiday.

Re: Whit Monday

by globetrott

Billa at Praterstern is a perfect supermarket that is open every day and they really have everything.
Besides of this there are also lots of smaller supermarkets run by (mostly turkish) immigrants who simply dot care a lot for the christian holiday-system.

Re: Whit Monday

by danarox

Thank you for your prompt reply.It will be useful for me.

Travel Tips for Vienna

picnic aboard the donau

by herbertfaust

we spend 2 days in vienna it's quite big but we went during june in donau area a lot a people are eating here bringing their own barbecue, there s also a lot of little restaurant closes to the pedaloboats to make a little cruise cycling in the water.

Vienna History: the Habsburgian empire

by Pavlik_NL

Troubled times roled in when the Osmanic troops appraoched and even knocked on Vienna's doors. It was here that finally the European joined forces had a victory against the muslim invasions and turned the tide. The battle of Vienna became a turning point of Europe. The renaissance could now fully start blossoming.
Later the Habsburgian Eastern Empire, that grew out to the Austrian-Hungarian double monarchie and stretched out from Austria, Hungaria to Czech republic, Slowakia, former Jugoslavia, Romenia, Bulgaria and parts of Poland and Ukraine. Vienna was the capitol and became a town with several million inhabitants.

The dominant of Vienna

by Skipka

Stephansdom is the dominant and everyone can recognize this city according it. Really beuatiful cathedral with the possibility to lift you up to the peak of it just to see a view of Vienna center for 4 Euro. The cathedral itself is large but pictures u should see wherever makes it bigger. Optical trick :) I like its windows but expected more decoration even if it is Gothic building.

For more pictures click here

Danube Canal

by reeka

This is the Danube canal with the refuse burning plant in the distance.

The canal was made because occassionally the Danube River still flooded, which created an island between the river and canal, approximately 20 km long.


by MishyM

One of the best things to try when in Vienna around Christmas time in the Gluwein.

This can be found on many street corner stalls in most parts of the inner city, as well as (more famously) in the Christmas Markets.

It is basically like the British mulled wine, and is a fantastic warm wine, often mixed with fruit and different spices (and other liqueur's as well I have noticed). I tried one mixed with berries, and another mixed with orange juice and slices of orange. It is the perfect way to warm up in the winter, plus if you go to the right places it is a great way to meet new people.

One of the best places to buy some is at the "Christkindlmarkt" in front of the City Hall, every year they have a new mug you can buy, which you can take with you when you want to buy gluwein from the stalls there and keep or give back when you are finished for a return of the mug deposit.

This area is very social and filled with locals and tourists, so you are bound to find someone to chat with, plus around the back of the stalls they often have large barrel type things you can use for a table to drink with your friends.

Also, Austrians normally say "Prost" and look eachother in the eyes before they drink.


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Address: Kulmgasse 22, Vienna, Vienna, Vienna, 1170, Austria