Hotel Am Opernring Vienna

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Opernring 11, Vienna, Vienna, A-1010, Austria
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Visiting Vienna in July

by dudusoft

Hello everyone,

We are visiting Vienna for 4 days/3 nights at the end of July and I would greatly appreciate suggestion(s) about where we can stay (family with 2 kids - 17 and 10).

We are first time here, we would like to be around downtown area and your ideas what we should see are most welcome.

Looking forward for a great vacation and thank you all for your help.

Best regards,

Re: Visiting Vienna in July

by rexvaughan

We stayed several years ago at Pension Suzanne which is right in the heart of things - just around the corner from the Opera and about 2 minutes from Karntner Strasse. We found it most convenient, very reasonable and quite nice. You can see it at:

Re: Visiting Vienna in July

by mforrest2

Hey I'm not sure if you've left Vienna already, but here is a siteseeing map for Vienna that is pretty helpful:

Travel Tips for Vienna

Vienna by night


Vienna by night is well worth seeing as most churches, historic buildings and sights are beautifully lit-up.
So don't miss a nighttime visit of the Charles' Church or the Town Hall; even the Prater with the illuminated Giant Ferris Wheel shouldn't be missed at night.

Schonbrunn - Franz Joshep's study

by mvtouring

FJ ascended to the throne at the age of 18 years. He had an enormous workload everyday and his days started at 5 oclock in the morning. He spend most of his time at his desk. Here he would study papers and be served both breakfast and lunch. The emperor paid little attention to splendour in his private rooms.


by ealgisi

Well this is another specialty, that you don't have to miss.

Sachertorte is a chocolate cake, invented by Franz Sacher in 1832 for Klemens Wenzel von Metternich in Vienna, Austria. It is one of the most famous Viennese culinary specialties.

The trademark for the "Original Sachertorte" was registered by the Hotel Sacher, which was built in 1876 by the son of Franz Sacher.
Nobody knows the real recipe because is well kept secret... You can imagine why.

It consists of two layers of dense, not overly sweet chocolate cake with a thin layer of apricot jam in the middle and dark chocolate icing with shreds of chocolate on the top and sides. It is traditionally served with whipped cream without any sugar in it.

The small square inside the Hofburg

by Skipka

People, would you belive that this square was used to be a race? Emperor Maximillian II used it on this purpose around 1525. Funny man :) probably if he would live now there should be a formula ring.... but seriously...
The inner square of castle Hofburg was later used as the hall where cultural and social events took place. Nowadays there is a parking lot and in the middle of it is the monument dedicated to emperor Franz II from the year 1846 where is engraved a part of his testament: "My love to my nations".

Viennese hot dogs

by tiabunna

I’d read that hot dogs are something of a Viennese favourite ‘eat out’, so when we found several hot dog stalls not far from our hotel, it was only a matter of time before we tried them out.

We instantly encountered a small problem: it seems that Viennese hot dogs share something in common with Viennese coffee – there are a great many variations on the theme. To our surprise, quite a diverse range of drinks is also available at these stalls, as you can see on this price list (Photo 2) which encompasses everything from vodka to mineral water!

Fortunately, the very relaxed looking gent leaning on the counter (Photo 3) who, with his rubber thongs almost looks like an Australian, was able to give us expert advice on what we needed – we chose the cokes ourselves! This isn’t a restaurant tip, but we found the hot dogs to be both excellent and inexpensive. Give them a try during your visit – hot dog stalls seem to be everywhere.


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Address: Opernring 11, Vienna, Vienna, A-1010, Austria