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Accomodation in vienna - 4 months

by maltese24

Hi, i'm looking for accomodation in Vienna for 4 months: 1.6 - 30.9.... ideally close to the 22nd district or Deutsch-Wagram area. i am looking for something in the region of 400euro/month. if anyone would be able to help, would be great.

thanks and regards
Pierre

Re: Accomodation in vienna - 4 months

by globetrott

It will be very hard to find an app !
This is a place where you find small appartments with everything except bed-linnen and china etc:
http://www.zuwanderer-fonds.at/apartments_wien.html
they have 2 places for 22nd district.
the rent includes everything, even the electricity !
so if they say the rent is 390,- per month, there will be NO more extra fees, except for internet, in case you need that.
The bad part is :
1) you have to rent it for 6 months minimum, in your case I am sure it makes sense to pay these 2 months extra
2)They need a DEPOSIT of 2700 euros and from my personal experience you will really get that back, as long as you care for the furniture etc.(they deducted just 11 euros for a broken chair in my case)
I was living in such an app. for 310 euros a month, when I came to Vienna and that was 1 room with 2 beds, 1 chair, table, tiny kitchen with cooking and fridge, toilet and bathroom.
laundry is on the ground floor.
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In austria you normally pay the rent of 3 months just for the agent, and there are almost no apps. without an agent !
+ 6 months deposit (you will get that back maybe, BUT almost nobody will give you a rent for just 4 months)
and when you calculate a rent of lets say 400 euros, that would be 3600 euros to pay before you start, and that way the 2700 are almost a bargain.
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What you need for this kind of app.: a statement by the company or university etc. stating that you have a fixed contract and come for work or study.
they simply dont want to give such apps. to people who are seaking for jobs in Vienna !

Re: Accomodation in vienna - 4 months

by globetrott

small correction:
minimum is 7 months, they obviously changed that recently.
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On the other side beg. of june till end of Sept. is the perfect time to rent in case that you are lucky to find a private appt. where a student is living and getting home during his vacations and will be really happy to find someone paying for the empty appt. till he is back for university.
That could be any part of Vienna then.
this is a link for students:
http://wohnen.career.at/suche.php?Art=Miete

Travel Tips for Vienna

While in Vienna - just sit back and watch!

by MarieGutscher

Here's a tip - slow down - don't try and see everything at once! Even if you miss the Spanish Riding School - it will give you an excuse to come back to Vienna.

Now, just imagine you are sitting on a sunny spring day at an outdoor cafe in Vienna sipping the best coffee you have ever tasted.

Now look around, do you see the spectacular architecture, the fountains and magnificent statues.

Can you see the other tourists, the people of all ethnic backgrounds strolling and admiring the sites just as you were before you stopped to rest your weary feet.

You watch the business men and women walking briskly by in their Armani suits with their Louis Vuitton briefcases and their Versace sunglasses. Where are they going in such a hurry? You sigh, sip your coffee and think how glad you are to be relaxing in such glorious surroundings.

Oh and the people with their dogs! Have you ever seen so many dogs in a metropolis? You see a woman walking with an empty leash in her hand.
She stops near your table and calls for her dog. The little black Lhaso Apso is a good 15 feet behind and busy sniffing a tourist’s shopping bag.
The woman calls again. The playful little pup gets down on his haunches and barks his response. He’s not going anywhere! Finally the owner gives up and walks away swinging the leash in her hand. The pup races up and grabs hold of the leash and begins to walk its owner.

You look around and think "This - is Vienna!"

Stop and use all of your five senses while in Vienna! See Above

Under Construction

by ErinInMD

Something you may notice while visiting Vienna is the amount of buildings being restored. While I was visiting just two weeks ago, the State Opera and the Parliment were having outisde renovation (there were several other buildings as well). It makes it tricky to take pictures.

My friend's sister (who lives in Vienna) said that you're always going to find one building or another being worked on and she's never seen it any other way!

Dark Days

by tiabunna

*Spoiler - "Favourite Thing" is a set heading*

Some of Vienna's darkest days occurred not much over a half-century ago. You’ll find both acknowledgements and reminders of those times around Vienna. Yes, it’s tempting to say that we’ve moved on …. but has the world learned anything, or have the issues just changed slightly?

The first photo is the 1988 Monument Against War and Fascism in the Albertinaplatz. This really sank in for me, as it related to not just Austria’s past Nazi government, but to the fact that it was fascist by nature – and sadly fascist governments are still around (see link). It also, significantly, is sited where some hundreds of ordinary people were killed while sheltering from a WW2 air raid. Taking it further, the granite slabs are from Mauthausen Concentration Camp.

Requests for more prominence to the oppression of the Jewish people led to the addition of the little man, representing a Jew, kneeling and scrubbing the pavement (Photo 2)– a reference to a pre-war incident when Jews were required to scrub graffiti from the footpath with acid. The “barbed wire’ on his back was added later to deter tourists from using him as a stool!

The Jewish community wanted a specific Holocaust Memorial, however . That led in 2000 to the “Nameless Library” (Photo 3)– found in Judenplatz, representing thousands of books turned spine inward, so they remain anonymous, representing the 65,000 Austrian Jews killed in those years. The starkness of this Memorial is emphasised further by the false doors(Photo 4), echoing the doors of gas chambers.

While not built as monuments, but also evocative reminders of those dark days, Vienna still has several Flaktürm, huge anti-aircraft gun emplacements (housing air raid shelters) made of almost solid concrete. Ugly as can be, I feel they deserve preservation for their historic significance. One is seen here in the distance behind St Stephan’s (Photo 5). Some links:
A Definition of fascism I found on the internet.

Description in some detail of the +Monument Against War and Fascism.

Spittelberggasse area

by OrlandoBR

I was brought to these surroundings by my guidebook and found a pleasant pedestrian area filled with shops and nice-looking restaurants. On this Spittelberggasse street there is an arts and crafts fair every Saturday during the warmer months.

Polite

by Boniek

Austrians are a very polite people and being Irish, I found them noting short of being as wonderful as us. So my tip would be to say 'please' and 'thank you' all the time.

In other words treat them (in fact all nationalities) in the way you want them to treat you.

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