Hotel Hahn

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Mautner Markhof-Gasse 72, Vienna, 1110, Austria
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Costs 24% less but rated 17% lower than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples75
  • Solo100
  • Business42

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Regular train from airport to Vienna city center

by ramot418

From what I see, the only significant differences between the regular train (Schnellbahn?) and the CAT are:
- time: 27 mins vs. 16 mins
- price: ~3.50 Euro vs. 9 Euro
- a few stops along the way vs. non-stop

Questions:
1. Is frequency about the same during the late morning hours - about 11am?
2. The CAT goes to Bahnhof Wien Mitte. Does the regular train also go to the same station (last stop?)?
3. I read that an advantage of the regular train is that it allows a free transfer to the local Vienna transport system (subway/bus/tram). Is this true?

I thank you very much.

Re: Regular train from airport to Vienna city center

by leics

You can find pdfs of the S-bahn timetable here:

http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/va/main.jart?rel=en&content-id=1260752528082&reserve-mode=active

or if you look at

http://www.oebb.at/en/

you will get a journeyplanner('Scotty') showing you all the options to/from the airport, in English, including departure points and intermediate stops 9select the 'details' option).

The S-bahn originates from Wien Mitte-Lanstrasse, as does the CAT.

Can't help with the ticket question, sorry.

Re: Regular train from airport to Vienna city center

by lotharscheer

The price for S 7 from the airport is €3,60 and includes all subway/bus/tram lines (zone 100) in Vienna
http://www.vor.at/tickets/einzeltickets/ (not in english):
Tarifinformation
Anzahl der zu zahlenden Zonen 2
Befahrene Zonen 280/290, 100
Einzelticket Erwachsene 3,6 EUR
Einzelticket Kinder 1,8 EUR
CAT is €9 only to Wien Mitte

Re: Regular train from airport to Vienna city center

by r13

1. Both CAT and S-Bahn No S7 have 30 minutes intervals (S-Bahn leaving 13 minutes after CAT).
2. CAT has end stop at Wien Mitte, S-Bahn (stops at the next platfom) goes further, so you have to follow the stops (which is not a problem).
3. Yes, S-Bahn ticket is a city transport system ticket, so you can change to metro/tram to your hotel.

Re: Regular train from airport to Vienna city center

by Ldeck3

There is a bus right outside that takes you to the City Center. You get to see a bit of the city and it is cheaper than the train.

Travel Tips for Vienna

First Thing to Do After Arrival

by bminorca

The first thing to do after you arrive in Vienna is to get the excellent free city map from the tourist office (http://www.info.wien.at) at 01 Am Albertinaplatz or the information and hotel reservation counter in the arrival hall of the airport. The map includes information on the attractions and the public transportation system. If you are not driving, you may also want to buy a Vienna Card which entitles you to 72 hours' unlimited travel on the city's public transportation system as well as various discounts at attractions, restaurants, shops, etc.

The City of Vienna Web site (http://www.wien.gv.at) also has plenty of information including an online city map.

Turn your mobile into a travel guide !

by WStat

The wellknown (largest) Austrian Mobile Network A1 offers to everybody a new service, that turns your mobile phone ínto a mobile Travel Guide !
Your mobile City guide for
* Salzburg
* Innsbruck
* Wien

A1 is the first to offer a mobile cultural guide: Information about the best known sights on your mobile phone .By dialling 330 you can find out about all the sights that interest you.

The City guide provides you with all the information in:

* German
* English
* French
* Italian

Vienna:

Information about Vienna's best known sights -Short code 330 the comfortable way to the A1 City guide sights in Vienna!*

If you know the right number, dial direct, e.g. 333-01 for the Stephansdom.

* 01 Stephansdom
* 02 Hofburg
* 03 Staatsoper
* 04 Art-History Museum
* 05 Natural History Museum
* 06 Parliament
* 07 Burgtheater
* 08 City hall
* 09 University
* 10 Votiv Church
* 11 Karls Church
* 12 Schönbrunn
* 13 Prater
* 14 Danube Tower
* 15 Vienna Int. Centre
* 16 Museum quarter
* 17 Haus des Meeres
* 18 Belvedere
* 19 Essl Collection
* 20 Albertina
* 21 Christkindlmarkt

http://www.a1.net/CDA/navigation/pp4_frame/0,6194,50519-50567-html-de,00.html It`s really a great experience !
* There is a fixed price of EUR 1.30 per call, no matter how long the call takes.

MUMOK - Museum Moderner Kunst - Wien

by Mariajoy

Modern Art museum - never got to visit this place as time was limited and I really wanted to see the Egon Schiele exhibition at the neighbouring Leopold Museum.

Open:
Tues-Sun 10am-6pm
Thursday 10-9

Entry price:
8E for Adults and
2E for children

U-Bahn U2 - Museum Quarter or
U3 - Volkstheatre

http://www.mmkslw.or.at/ These green blocks in the central area, surrounded by the museums are used for sunbathing - and very comfy they are too!! When I stood on one I expected it to be concrete, but they are in fact hollow and probably quite light and easy to move around!

Parliament

by bugulma

Theophil Hansen created the parliament building, constructed from 1873 to 1883 in the style of the Greek Revival. Until 1918, the elected representatives serving in the Council of the Empire met here in legislative session for the Austrian half of the dual Austro-Hungarian Monarchy which extended from Galicia (now Polish and Ukrainian territory) all the way to Dalmatia (the Adriatic coast of modern-day Croatia). In modern Austria, this is the seat of both the National Council, the lower house of Austria's bicameral parliament whose representatives are elected by popular vote, and the Federal Council, whose members are chosen by the various states to serve in the upper house.

St Nick but no Krampus

by Ekaterinburg

December 6th is the day on which St Ncholas visits Austrian children. I became aware of this on Wednesday morning when cheering and singing from the puppet show down below on the Freyung became even noisier than usual. Leaning out my bedroom window I saw a very strange sight - what looked to me like St Patrick dressed in red, skulking behind one of the little wooden market stalls. This turned out to be St Nicholas waiting for the signal to pop out and surprise the waiting children. Later in the day I heard that this year, Krampus, St Nick's black sidekick, was not allowed to visit schools as it was considered poitically incorrect. Later still in the afternoon I finally saw a Krampus, in the Nascmarket, made with prunes,bacon and coktail sausage sticks. Poor Krampus ! Watching St Nicholas visiting with the pre-school children was a nostalgic andseasonal experience and I was seriously impressed by how well-behaved and orderly these very young children were, even when really excited.

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