Appartement-Pension 700 m zum Ring

Van Swietengasse 8, Wien, Vienna, Vienna, 1090, Austria
Apt Pension 700 M Zum Ring
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Returning to Vienna from Melk via Ship

by rivilian

Twenty-five years ago, when I lived in Vienna, I would take visitors to Melk on the train from the Westbahnhof, tour the Melk Abbey, then return to Vienna on a boat that arrived back in Vienna around 7:30 PM (at Schwedenplatz? memory fails me!).

I am about to return to Vienna after 25 years, and looking at the boat schedules, I do not see any of them traveling from Melk to Vienna. Instead all their routes terminate in Krems, and from there one must take a train back to Vienna.

Does anyone know of a ship line that carries passengers from Melk all the way back to Vienna?

Re: Returning to Vienna from Melk via Ship

by TheWanderingCamel

The boats to Melk all stop at Krems these days. Tourist numbers have increased hugely in 25 years and this is a VERY popular trip, especially in summer, so you need to be down at the dock in plenty of time to get your ticket to be sure of getting on the boat.

Re: Returning to Vienna from Melk via Ship

by globetrott

something similar exists now in May+June and Sept+Oct, only Sun + Mon:
A ship from Vienna to Duernstein, and back the same day
In my opinion this part of the Danube is not really worth seeing, compared tothe part between Melk and Krems

Re: Returning to Vienna from Melk via Ship

by rivilian

Thanks to you both for the leads. It may be that there are no Melk to Vienna passages any longer, though I'd happily purchase one if it were available. De-boating at Krems and making the way to the train station may be a hike, according to another traveler, and by the end of the day, the elderly in our party may need a cab instead.

But, I'll keep googling and clicking.

Thanks again.

Fr. Bill

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Waving bye-bye

by travelthrough

That Vienna is frequented by quite a lot of tourists and that, from that viewpoint, it is slowly getting less isolated. I am glad for all foreigners to bring their different mentalities, attitudes of life, cheerfulness, and (especially important for Vienna) FRIENDLINESS along! Vienna
would be gray without you all!
A warm thanks! My fondest memory is being at Vienna-Schwechat and waving bye-bye to the roofs of Vienna. What I miss when I am far away from Vienna? Hm....the.........hmmmm.....(?!!?)..Hm!

Rich Architecture everywhere


There are buildings of all architectural styles in Vienna, from the Romanesque Ruprechtskirche to the Baroque Karlskirche, and classicist buildings all the way through to modern architecture. Likewise, Art Nouveau left many architectural traces in Vienna. The Secession, Karlsplatz Metropolitan Railway Station, and the Kirche am Steinhof by Otto Wagner rank among the best known examples of Art Nouveau in the world.

Wienerberg lake

by Zo72

Although Wienerberg is not on many people's visiting lists, some of my fondest memories are connected with park around lake at Wienerberg, southern Vienna district. Bushes in this park are not being cultivated (I assume because of the birds) so it all gives a scent of wilderness, except the trails that are settled. Actually it feels like being in swamp and I assume that is why I liked it so much. Many people use it for walking and running, so was I. Signs say that fishing or bathing is forbidden, but actually people don't obey that. During weekends this is relaxation point for many people. During winter it is frozen and used for skating. Fresh air and beautiful nature of this place make this one of most special parts of the city for me.

Freyung and the Schottenkirche

by yooperprof

Freyung is an oddly triangular square, and the Schottenkirche is the "Scottish church" that was founded by Irish monks in the 13th century. Got that? In the center of the square is another "Austria fountain" on the theme of the "four rivers" - i.e. the Danube, the Elbe, the Po, and Vistula - that formerly flowed out from the Austrian Empire. (Another fountain on this theme is in front of the Parlament on the Ringstrasse.) There are often markets in the Freyung: art in the summertime, Christmas trees in December.

Wiener Eistraum

by Ewingjr98

The Wiener Eistraum is an annual ice skating venue spread over much of the Rathauspark. This area contains two large oval skating rinks, two small children's rinks, plus a long ice trail that weaves through the park. Tickets can be purchased for a full day of skating, or just a partial day and the prices range from 1.5 Euro to 3.5 Euro per person depending on age. After skating, or while resting, the central area has numerous local food and drink booths with plenty of beer, gluhwein, and regular wine.

Throughout the Eistraum festival, there are special events such as charity hockey games, a jazz brunch, an Irish band, and Romeo and Juliet on Ice.


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Address: Van Swietengasse 8, Wien, Vienna, Vienna, 1090, Austria