Falkensteiner Am Schottenfeld

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Schottenfeldgasse 74, Vienna, Vienna, 1070, Austria
Falkensteiner Hotel Am Schottenfeld
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 20% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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need help from a 1st time visitor to Vienna

by siwei

I will be visiting Vienna for the 1st time in Sept., I've a few questions:
1) what's the best way (eg, is it convenient to take metro?) to go from Sudbanhnhof station to Falkensteiner Hotel Am Schotterfeld? If I take a taxi how much would it cost?

2) I will also need to buy Vienna to Budapest train ticket, will the ticketing office open on Saturday? Is it too rush to buy ticket on Sat for Monday departure? Not too sure how busy those trains are in late Sept.

3) I intend to take OEC 63. How is the 'OEC' train compare to IC and EC, which one is better?


Re: need help from a 1st time visitor to Vienna

by PiceaOmorika

Transportation is really good in Vienna, use metro and trams. Do you know which ring/bezirk/district your hotel belongs to? Than i could help you out with metro and trams. You have a couple of options to buy tickets; for one day, 2, 3 days...it significantly saving money.
According to the train you don`t have to buy ticket in advance.

Hope this will help!

Re: need help from a 1st time visitor to Vienna

by BMer

Take a chartered bus to Sudbahnhof. Just follow the taxi and bus signs at the airport. It will cost you 6 Euros. You can pay your fare to the bus driver.

Travel Tips for Vienna

Just see that modern people,...

by tanguito

Just see that modern people, good fashion if you are interesting in shopping, ordered streets, cleans...
Just walk down the Mariahilfer Strasse, which is the most important. At the first of the avenue you have the train terminal, and at the end there are many museums, the Burg-garten, where is the monument to Mozart, and near all that the Beldevere palace...you must see that.
Also you can go and visit Freud's home, and Mozart's museum too, dont miss that

A day Trip

by Imbi

The whole day trip could be organised like that in the morning, explore some of the museums in and near the Hofburg Palace, followed by a walk along the locals' favourite shopping street, Mariahilfer Strasse. There may be some free time on this final afternoon to discover something new, like the Prater amusement park.

Me On My Way To Salzburg...

by coceng

This photo was taken by Joe at the Train Station, minutes before I took my train to Salzburg !
It was a 3 hour journey & I was so happy in being there !
Also, meeting another friend Bruno.You can see all the photos that I took there if you go to my SALZBURG page ![Click on Salzburg].

Soviet War Memorial

by yooperprof

The Soviet Army occupied Vienna in April 1945, chasing out remaining Nazi forces after spirited skirmishes. As with Germany and Berlin, Austria as a country and Vienna as its capital city was divided into four zones of occupation, among "the Big Four" (the US, the USSR, the UK, and France). The Soviets however were clearly the senior partner, as this imposing War Memorial testifies. It celebrates the role of the individual Soviet soldier in "liberating" Austria from the Nazi yoke. As propaganda, it didn't really work: there was never a great deal of affection between the Viennese and their Soviet "liberators". The Soviet War Memorial overlooks Schwarzenbergplatz.


by olja1234

Showing tourist the sights of Vienna, fiakers are often seen in inner city. Fiaker is sort of taxi of the previous century. Nowadays its not only the way of sightseeing the curilosities of this grandiose city, but also its decoration.


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Address: Schottenfeldgasse 74, Vienna, Vienna, 1070, Austria