Caroline

Gudrunstrasse 138, Vienna, 1100, Austria
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to leave luggage

by peepsuwan

I ve meeting in vienna in september. But I plan to go to salburg and hallstatt before back to vienna on the meeting date. where can i leave my luggage during my trip out from vienna for 3 days?

Re: to leave luggage

by GrumpyDiver

Check with the hotel where you will be staying. Hotels usually have a "left luggage" room and don't mind storing things for a few days. I do this quite often when I travel.

Re: to leave luggage

by leics

It would be a good idea to check with the hotel before you arrive in Vienna. In my experience, smaller ones usually have smaller areas to store luggage (many do not have a luggage room as such) and may not be happy storing luggage for several days (and especially if you do not intend to return to the same hotel).

I think there are lockers at the Westbahnhof, but not sure whether they are for longer than 24 hours.

Re: to leave luggage

by lotharscheer

At Vienna West trainstation (and other stations) are lockers, if you go there once every 24 hour and pay again (it might be also possible you pay before the end of 72 hours).
http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/All_about_Travelling/At_the_station/Left-luggage_facilities/index.jsp
Location: Provisorium Gleisgeschoss vor Warteraum, Provisorium Untergeschoss neben Rolltreppe und am Bahnsteig 1 (temporary track in the waiting room floor, makeshift basement next to an escalator and the platform 1)

Travel Tips for Vienna

Calling Mozart

by Muya

This is a city-wide exhibition showing people 50 locations throughout Vienna that were important to Mozart. Each location is indicated by a red info-post (and marked on special city maps).
You can access the information via audio guide, mobile phone, or mp3 download. (see tourist office), but a short text is already written on the info posts.

An interesting concept for Mozart's 250th birthday !

Beggers/streetentertainers

by Rupanworld

You might call them beggers or street entertainers, but basically I think there is hardly any difference. They fish for your kindness and some coins that you might have to spare. the only difference that I guess they have with beggers from my country is the money for the dresses and makeup which they have.
Anyway, on a positive note, I should say, these street entertainers sometimes really have very nice makeup which would force you to spare a while from your busy schedule. I came across these two near the stephansdom.

Kunsthistorisches and Natural History Museums

by adambeau

Twin museums facing each other in the museum quarter just outside of the Hofburg Palace, historians delight.

Of the two, Kunsthistorisches is home to the greatest collection of paintings. Also contains an armory, historical musical instruments, statues, where one can wander the royal halls alone, undisturbed, in awe.

Rathaus

by bugulma

Friedrich von Schmidt, who had been the architect of the Cathedral of Cologne, designed and built Vienna's City Hall, the most important secular building in the neo-Gothic style in the city, between 1872 and 1883. It also houses the Municipal and State Libraries and Archives which hold many key documents of Vienna's history and a large collection of local memorabilia.

Flavors of Vienna: palatschinken & kaiserschmarrn

by marielexoteria

Think of a slightly thick pancake (in my opinion). Now think of that pancake with jam or chocolate sauce filling and roll it 2 or 3 times. Now add some powder sugar. You know what you've got? Palatschinke, and a very good one too!

Kaiserschmarrn is, as told by Michael (and correct me if I'm wrong), a mix of pancakes with berries or apple sauce or marmalade, basically whatever sweet you have lying around in your pantry or fridge. This dish goes as far as Imperial Austria, when the Emperor Franz Josef and Empress Sisi where served with this dish, Sissi didn't like it but Frans Josef did, which is why it's called what it's called. Schmarrn means "rubbish" and kaiser "emperor".

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