EuroHotel Airport Vienna

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Marco-Polo-platz 11210 Wien 21, Floridsdorf, Vienna, 2401, Austria
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Average
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Poor
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Costs 42% less but rated 32% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families38
  • Couples18
  • Solo31
  • Business20

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Making Most in Short Period

by Jenn50000

We are staying in Vienna Dec. 24-28th. Since places will be closed, what 2-3 items would be most valuable seeing? Also, are there any opera houses besides the State Opera? How do we obtain transportation from airport to hotel? Cab? Are there fair money exchangers or from the bank? We were told most restaurants will be closed and to plan on hotel dining? Is this correct? Any information is appreciated.

Re: Making Most in Short Period

by von.otter

Although many tourist spots will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, there are always Vienna's many churches to visit. Karlskirk, Stephansdom, Michelkirk are beautiful. Even if you are not Roman Catholic it is possible to appreciate the architecture and decoration of these and other churches. Attend Midnight Mass at one of them for the sights and sounds of Christmas. Stephansdom, St. Stephen's Cathedral, is Vienna's main church, and ought to be on any short list of sights in the city.

It is Christmas. The city will be decked out for the holiday. Walk about; take in the atmosphere of this joyful time of year. See if you can catch a performance of the Vienna Boys Choir (http://www.wsk.at/jart/prj3/wsk_website/main.jart?rel=en) at Hofkapelle. Again, you would have to attend Mass to hear these little angels, for they sing at Mass.

For the 27th & the 28th the tourist attractions should be open again. The Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (www.khm.at/) Art History Museum is a must. Take a tour through the Hofburg, too.

In addition to the Vienna State Opera, the city offers the Volksoper Vienna (http://www.volksoper.at/Content.Node2/home/index.en.php), as well as Theater an der Wien (http://www.theater-wien.at/index.php/en/17383).

Have a great time in the Hapsburg's capital. Keep an eye out for the many double-headed eagle coat-of-arms that marks many buildings in town. This coat-of-arms belonged to the ruling Hapsburg family, the Holy Roman Emperors.

Re: Making Most in Short Period

by EvaLuna67

State Opera is one of the major Opera houses, next to Volksoper and Theater an der Wien (which recently has been turned into an opera house). I suggest to a) have coffee at a coffeehouse; b) stroll along the Ringstrasse (a boulevard around the first district, where major sites are located); c) Schoenbrunn castle is amazing to see and in winter a must; d) Imperial Palace has amazing collections..... You can easily catch the CAT train from the APT to the city center. Yes, some restaurants will be closed - however Vienna is a big city - so you'll find plenty of restaurants. If you have a particular restaurant in mind you might want to contact them before you leave and make a reservation.
We also post good travel information on our site: www.austria.info

Travel Tips for Vienna

Vacation apartment in Vienna

by stamdiam

Hi, i think that is better to stay in the town. Outside the town it is not that interesting and actually it is very borring after 7 or 8 o clock. Actually i have an apartment taht i could rent you in the city center. You could conta me in info@cityflats4you.com
The apartment costs 55 euro per night
Have a nice day

If you are there for just a...

by oompah18

If you are there for just a short time, I recommend a bus tour of the city, you can book it at the main railway stations, I did & was picked up from Westbahnhoff on a 3 hr tour of Vienna's best bits!
The coach tour takes you round the 'Ring' Road, where you will see all the main fantastic buildings like the opera house, parliament building, town hall, museums, lots of statues, & dotted in between, the beautiful parks. There are over 80 parks in Vienna, & look great! The best cake shops in the world, with REAL hot chocolate drinks with cream!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lots of beautifully decorated, stylish resturants too. Also, to finish it off, take a wonderfully extravagant coach ride round town, aah, lady of leisure!

Evening-dress for Vienna-Waltz Concerts ??

by WStat

Hi,
even in Vienna the concert- and opera-attire has become much more casual.
As also the program states "No evening dress necessary", you will have a nice evening also in a more comfortable, "club-casual" (no jeans and or sneakers) dress.
Have a nice evening!
Greetings from Vienna!

A "modern" city

by Sharrie

Vienna is not entirely an "old" city. It has the old town any European city has & yet new buildings have been somewhat "built into" the landscape of the city.

Some of them are nicely done while some are out of place. I like to see how they co-exist though... it's fascinating how "fluid" a street scene can be.
Somewhat similar to us humans; constantly in motion & constantly changing, yet a part of us still remains. At any point in time, we are not exactly what we were a day ago, a week ago or a year ago! Interesting, isn't it?!

The statue of Erzherzog Karl...

by steventilly

The statue of Erzherzog Karl in Heldenplatz. This was important to us as our 'meeting place' - we went to Vienna on a coach trip from the somewhat remote village where we were staying. The hostess on the bus made it very clear that we should be back here at 4:30 or face the prospect of a long train journey back to Traunkirchen. The number of times this was drilled into us vergered on the ridiculous, but it ensured we were not late!

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Address: Marco-Polo-platz 11210 Wien 21, Floridsdorf, Vienna, 2401, Austria