Benediktushaus Guest House

Freyung 6a, Vienna, 1010, Austria
Benediktushaus Guest House
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suggestions for two days please..

by thedent

Hi, I will be in Vienna for two days in October. We will be staying in a hotel near the "museums quarter". I would be very happy for hearing any suggestions for two romantic days in Vienna such as where to see, what to do, where to eat... Thank you in advance...

Re: suggestions for two days please..

by picek

Look in the Vienna travel guide here at VT - so many tips written there from other VT members which will answer your question - just go and have a look, it's very easy.

Re: suggestions for two days please..

by Sirvictor

15 days ago I ate at Figlmuller. 50 EU for 3 (Wiener Schnitzel)

Travel Tips for Vienna

As probably everyone...

by dreamworld

As probably everyone knows...Vienna is full of beautiful monumental buildings such as the castle of BELVEDERE (picture) and the castle of HOFSBURG (second picture down the page).
In the old town, the cathedral of St.Stephan is also very beautiful. Actually the whole area downtown is holding so many historical buildings...that it would be a must to do a walking tour (forget about driving).
Outside the city center, towards east, you may have a glimpse of the old Danube river, the Prater (old entertainment place) and the very ugly 'international organizations area' with absolutely 'discusting' skyscrapers.


by bugulma

For more than seven centuries, the great empire of the Habsburgs was ruled from the Imperial Palace. Today, the Gothic Imperial Chapel, is a remnant of the Imperial Palace during the Middle Ages. In the center of the old city, you can admire the splendor and magnificence of the daily life of the noblest family of the Habsburg monarchy when you visit the private apartments and state rooms. Numerous museums and collections represent the imperial family?s passion for art. Originally a medieval fortified castle dating from the 13th century, the Hofburg was extended by each emperor, eventually coming to resemble a 'city within a city'. The sprawling, asymmetric complex which extends over 240,000 m? consists of 18 wings, 19 courtyards and 2,600 rooms in which nearly 5,000 people still work and live today.


by lmkluque

Vienna seems to be a hot-bed for creativity and I wanted to search out the sites relating to some of the most famous people in the world who either were born in Vienna or who had spend creative years in this city.

Naturally, I wasn't successful this time. However, I did master the public transportation system!

Some of my Favorite people associated with Vienna:
Haydn (1732-1809) lived at Haydngasse 19.
Marie Antoinette, (1755-1793) Queen of France, born in Vienna to
Maria Theresa (1717-1780), Empress of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Mozart (1756-1791) Buried in an unmarked pauper’s grave in St. Marx’s,
Beethoven(1770-1827)—lived his last 35 years in Vienna,
Schubert (1797-1828) born in Vienna,
Strauss (1825-1899) Son of
Johann Strauss (1804-1849) Praterstrasse 54, where he composed his waltz, 'The Blue Danube' is now home of the Strauss Museum,
Brahms (1833-1897)—lived his last 11 years in Vienna,
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)—his apartment: Berggasse 19 has become a museum cemetery....And a new favorite,
'globetrott' was born here and lived on Quelstrasse, check with "globetrott" for the exact number. :-) Also take a look at his Vienna page for more detail.

Join the Love Parade in...

by iavormar

Join the Love Parade in Vienna. In July 2001 there were more then 300 000 people on the streets of Vienna dancing and celebrating including happy me :-)))). It is always fun and it's not so crowdy like in Berlin, although the DJs are the same...
For some pictures and the date of the next one go to: Very funny, nice DJs and great organisation.


by Muya

A delicious chocolate cake with apricot fudge ! A specialty you have to try...and of course the best ones can be found at Sacher and nowhere else !
A great break between two museums :-)

It is easy to find, just in front of the opera house.


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Address: Freyung 6a, Vienna, 1010, Austria