Carlton Suites

Riemergasse 13, Vienna, Vienna, 1010, Austria
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On Foot

by H.AlAshry

Is it possible to enjoy a day in Neusiedlamsee walking without a bike ?(I am old to use a bike).
And if I get tired from walking ,is there other means of transport like Tram,Trolly etc.?
Many thanks.

Re: On Foot

by bazsi79

Neusiedl am See is not a large town, so you can wander around on foot easily there (it's about 3 km long, and 2 km from the center to the lakeside). There are not too much public transportation options, expect for one local and some regional bus lines connecting the different villages, but none of them run very frequently.

In case you would also like to visit other villages, and explore the area a bit more, than walking is not really an option, as there is quite some distance between the places. So for that, you either need a bike, or have to get on one of the regional buses.

If you know where you would like to go, you can check bus timetables and fares here:
http://www.postbus.at/en/Search_Connection/index.jsp?L=vs_postbus

Travel Tips for Vienna

Angelic Voices

by viddra

Touring the Augartenpalais, a baroque palace in Vienna, the place where world famous boys chorists live, study and rehearse, and what's more, listening to Haydn Choir singing just for us, is something I'll never forget. Listening to 'Carmina Burana' (among other things) in this Choir's interpretation, and in their familiar surroundings, is a one-time experience!

2nd district - Leopoldstadt

by pakistanibrain

The Giant Wheel (in German: Riesenrad) is the main tourist attraction of the Wurstelprater, a theme park near the centre of Vienna.

The Leopoldstadt (that's how the 2nd district is called) is located between the Danube (Donau) and the Danube channel (Donaukanal) and so it forms an island together with the 20th district - Brigittenau. That's why the 2nd and the 20th are also called island districts. Apart from the Prater, the largest football stadium of Austria, the Ernst Happel Stadium, is also within the Leopoldstadt.

The zoo (Schonbrunn)

by kris-t

The Tiergarten Schönbrunn Zoo Vienna is located near the famous Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria.

It is the oldest zoo in the world, dating from 1752. Since its privatization in 1992 it is led by Helmut Pechlaner, also president of WWF Austria, who managed to modernize most parts of the zoo and sustain the financial situation of the zoo.

...visit The Schonbrunn...

by axmor

...visit The Schonbrunn Palace.
An exceptional place. You cannot leave Vienna without visiting it.
The bad thing is that photography nor videotaping is not allowed inside the Palace, only outside.

INFORMATION:
Schonbrunner Schloss-Strasse
U4, Tram 10, 58.

It opens daily from 8:30am to 5pm (until the end of March and from November onwards until 4:30pm)
Various tours you can take, guided or not guided.
Very affordable.

Midnight Snacks: Try a Würstelstand

by mydreamquest

Throughout Vienna, after most restaurants and stores are closed, there is still an option to purchase things on the streets especially if you are still hungry after all the restaurants are closed. They are normally located on the streets just outside of many of Vienna's main U-Bahn stations.

There are various things that can be bought at würstelstands like cigarettes, snacks, chips, ice cream, gum, mints.

Many thanks to my dear friend Illy in Vienna, I have been able to get the details of this tip correct (thanks Illy!!!).

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