Appartement zur Zahnradbahn

Zahnradbahnstrasse 5, Vienna, Vienna, Austria
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2 Days in Vienna

by eastrunner

Hi There

We will be arriving in Vienna from Budapest, on the Orangeways coach,

What’s a good area to book a hotel? That’s central and convenient or is Vienna a small city that’s walk able from everywhere?

Also what are the must sees in Vienna?

Do you recommend any day trips or short excursions in Vienna?

We will be going to Bratislava on the 3rd day and fly back to the UK. Thanks

ER

Re: 2 Days in Vienna

by dustmon

I have a travelogue from a recent trip including Vienna and Bratislava---click on my name, and then look for Danube River Cruise Passau to Budapest----
One thing I will suggest in Vienna, something that I wasnt sure if I would enjoy it or not, was the Historical Museum with room after room of huge displays of animals, birds, fish, reptiles, dinosaurs and alot of other cool stuff including the original "Venus" statue from prehistoric times.....I suggest going when they open at 9 because it can fill up quickly with school groups and such.....Then go have a glass of wine or a coffee at Sacher Cafe!

dustmon

Re: 2 Days in Vienna

by hawkhead

Have a look at my tips on Vienna and Bratislava. I would recommend a trip to Schonbrun Palace.

Re: 2 Days in Vienna

by mariawolfi

Hotels in center city are more expensive than others, but Vienna is a city to walk, all the "ring "area is beautiful, and distances are quite short, to enjoy Vienna, mainly the old part the best way is to walk; suggestions:visit the Figaro's house of Mozart, house of Beethoven, Haydn, Shubert; Hoffburg with museum of Sissy, the Opera, the Stadt'sPark, the Rathaus, various Museums (history, Gustav Klimt) cementery st mark: the grave of mozart (if you love the composer as much as i do), Danube river, Prater, enjoy sacher torte and music, there are several concerts for all budgets, the impressive St. Stephen cathedral and sourrounding area i.g. graben street -for shopping mainly- but very nice, Mozartkugeln bombons!even kassekrainer on the steets are delicious; Shonnbrunn palace is a must,(go by tram or bus), I hope you enjoy Vienna, one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Re: 2 Days in Vienna

by Roadquill

I would find a place within the center ring. I stayed at the Hotel Stephanie just on the East side of the canal. It was very nice, a great price and a wonderful breakfast included, but it took that extra 10 minutes to walk to the edge of old city center. The metro system is excellent and you can get a 3 day pass that included metro/bus/tram, plus discounts to the museums. As noted in the other posts, the museums are wonderful. With two days you should let us know what interests you most, as you can spend weeks there. Karl

Re: 2 Days in Vienna

by ramot418

Schonbrunn Palace is a must, as well as the National Museum (KHM). Taking the #1 tram is a good, cheap way to see the best part of the Ring (Opera <-> Julius Raab Platz, via the museums, parliament,city hall and the Danube Canal). The #2 tram should take you the rest of the way (via the Stadtpark, back to the Opera area).

Travel Tips for Vienna

It's said that Vienna has the cleanest water...

by stellar-stella

In the hostel where I stayed, there was a tip hang on the wall that there's the cleanest water in the world in Vienna...So you can drink tap water there... Even so, I still can't do that...Still feel uneasy...

There is so much to do in this...

by Luis_Alberto

There is so much to do in this city, its almost impossible to mention, all its atractions. Of course you can not forget to visit the Belvedere Palace, Schonbrunn Palace, St. Stephen, there are plenty of great museums, art galleries, coffee houses, the list is quite extensive. Vienna is one of the great european cities. Just as grand or grander than London or Paris. In a smaller scale of course. There is plenty of those. The coffee houses, The music, its architectural beauty. Just a great city!

The Passion of Christ

by Sharrie

This is not so much about Vienna but due to the movie "The Passion of Christ", whenever I see HIM on a cross these days, the powerful message was reinforced over & over again.

I'm not so much a Christian by works but by faith. I don't even go church on weekly basis... but I've been to countless churches in the world. & HE lives in my heart.

One of the remarkable lesson I learned from the movie was that last few sentence he said, "what's the reward in loving only people who loved you back?" (well, something akin to this, I don't remember the exact subtitle).
Surprisingly, not long after the movie, I completely understood what HE was trying to teach! :-)))

Yes, you've guessed it....

by reeka

Perhaps then again you didn't, it's not exactly the first thought on your mind as you look at this building.

This, my friends, is used as the Refuse Burning Plant.

Yes, they get rid of the rubbish here.

The people of Vienna really do have a sense of humour.

The cult of coffee

by ealgisi

In Wien, coffee drinking is really a cult.
Inside the city there are many coffee shops where people stop for a coffee, read news, chat, etc...

You can compare this cult like thea drinking in England.
So i really suggest to stop in one of those places and enjoy your coffee maybe with a sweet cake.

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