Hotel Amadeus

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Wildpretmarkt 5, Vienna, Vienna, 1010, Austria
Hotel Amadeus
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Costs 63% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business76

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Forum Posts

How do I get from the airport in Vienna to Sopron?

by KisJutka

Hello, We will be arriving in Vienna on Monday and need to get to Sopron. We'll be arriving at the airport and would be happy taking either a bus or train to Sopron. Thank you very much!

Re: How do I get from the airport in Vienna to Sopron?

by GyuriFT

The cheapest way is to buy an "Einfach Raus" ticket, that is 28 Euro for entire day. Up to five people can travel together, so if there are two of you than it will be 14 Euro/person.

That ticket is valid on all regional trains and everywhere in Austria on Raaberbahn/GYSEV. Be careful because some airport trains (CAT) are excluded, better ask! In general, CAT trains can be considered as a tourist trap because they require a "special ticket".

It takes two changes and about two hours till Sopron. Use S7 till Wien Rennweg, from Wien Rennweg reach either Wien Meidling or Wiener Neustadt with regional trains and from Wien Meidling or Wiener Neustadt there are regular trains to Sopron.

Just don't board Intercity or Eurocity, otherwise it's fine.

The last chance you can reach Sopron is S7 departing the airport at 19:48.

Re: How do I get from the airport in Vienna to Sopron?

by KisJutka

Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my question and providing such a detailed answer. I really appreciate it. I will be printing it out and taking it with me!

I was born in Sopron, and haven't been back in years, so this will be a very special trip for me.

Thank you again!

Travel Tips for Vienna

Walking around rocks...

by Bela_LUng

Vienna is a not a big city when it comes to hanging downtown and seeing the local sites.
The subway will get you all around the place but why bother when you can walk all over the place at your leisure for free. about 200 drunk North Ireland football hooligans throwing beers in the middle of the street singing songs. Ah. The wonders of beer.

Vienna in Springtime

by BorneoGrrl

I love Vienna in spring time, when the flowers are in full bloom and the weather is just perfect. When you are here during the spring, do visit the parks e.g Staadpark, Volksgarten, Schonbrunn. This is also a great time to spend the day outdoors and explore the city on foot I remember my first sight of huge rose bushes and colorful tulips in the parks and wish I could have them back with me.

Pedestrian Streets : Kohlmarkt

by Ekaterinburg

Kohlmarkt is another Viennese pedestrianised shopping street where I enjoyed spending time. This is a much smaller street than Graben and runs between it and Michaelerplatz at the entrance to the Hofburg. Turning from Graben into Kohlmarkt there is a stunning view of the Michaelertor (gate) leading in to the Hofburg Palace. This kind of sets the tone to the street and there are many interesting shops and buildings here. Most famous is probably Demel Cafe where they bake the most extaordinary confectionary in town. There are also several bookshops, the best being Freytag & Berndt and some very expensive designer clothes shops. Altogether a very pleasing and Viennese atmosphere and ambience.
This photo was taken in Demel and shows some famous residents of Kohlmarkt - Bill and Kofi, looking much sweeter than usual.

Learn more about Franz Joseph.

by mpinar

He was such an ambitious man and his destiny was not good. His beloved wife Sisi was killed and his only son Prince Rudolf killed himself and his mistress Mary Vetsera when he was 20. This suicide called Mayerling Disaster. Rudolf was at his house ay country, he was in depression and doctore said that why he did not commit suicide before was he did not find a companion. When his mistress 17 years old Mary Vetsera accepted to die with him, he killed her with a gun then he killed himself. That house is now the home of nuns. Even Mother Theresa worked there.

Some basics...

by coccinella169

1.) Tipping: We usually give a tip of 10 % in restaurants, but also to other service staff, like hairdressers, taxidrivers... . In less formal restaurants or in cafés the easiest way to tip is just to round up. For example if the bill is EUR 5,50 in a café you just say 6 to the waiter while giving him the money. If you don`t do this and let the waiter give you the full change with the intention to leave a tip on the table you might risk an irritated look :). In more formal restaurants you leave the tip in the wrapper on the table.
2.) Bread in restaurants: is only free if it is mentioned in the menue that your meal comes with bread. Otherwise you pay per piece, if you don`t have a cover charge anyway.
3.) "Zusammen oder getrennt": If the waiter asks you this he wants to know if you pay the bill seperately (which is very common and no problem at all) or if one person pays for everybody on the table.
4.) Handshakes: This is what we usually do to say hello. Friends greet each other with a kiss on both cheeks (more touching the cheek and kissing in the air, not a real smacker :)) while giving a hug or shaking hands as well. If you are introduced to the friends of your friends you usually do just do a shakehands. At the farewell (in case you find the other person likeable :)) or when you see him/her the second time you could give him/her 2 kisses as well.
5.) The "kiss on the hand" you see in old films is not that common anymore :)... though some elderly gentlemen still practise it sometimes. It is not a real kiss on the hand anyway, just taking the hand and indicate to give a a kiss on it. You can still hear people just saying "Kuess die Hand" as a salutation, without actually doing it- this is a very nice old fashioned way to greet.
6.) Titles: In Austria we have a lot of titles, these could be for example academic degrees like "Doktor", "Magister" or "Diplomingenieur". If you are in a formal conversation, many people set value on being addressed with this title instead of saying only Mr. or Mrs. and the name.


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 Hotel Amadeus

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Address: Wildpretmarkt 5, Vienna, Vienna, 1010, Austria