Hotel Stalehner

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Ranftlgasse 11, Vienna, 1170, Austria
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Schönbrunn Palace ticket

by diana_renou

Hi, does anybody know which is the ticket that allowed to see all the palace and the zoo too? Thanks a lot for your help. Diana

Re: Schönbrunn Palace ticket

by ghosthunter

Hi diana,

it appears to be this pass :


Re: Schönbrunn Palace ticket

by nicolaitan

there are several passes - the most expensive includes everything including a cooking exhibition. the second most expensive excludes the cooking but includes everything else. do be aware that the palace grounds are huge and it is a long walk to the zoo, the gloriette, the roman ruins, the schoenbrunn statue etc. there is a little mini train which passes the zoo ( 5 Eu pp ) but i do not recall a stop immediately adjacent the zoo.

Re: Schönbrunn Palace ticket

by globetrott

that minitrain stops also IN FRONT of the zoo, then it drives through without possibility to get off, next stop is gloriette, where they make a stop of 20 min.

Travel Tips for Vienna

Like hell it's the Blue Danube!

by orlikins

Picture of the not-so-blue Danube, taken from the bridge off Schwedenplatz & the Donauinsel. I really regret not making the most of Vienna when I lived in Austria, however, I've been toying with the idea of moving back to Austria, so I might settle in Vienna, dont really know yet, if you know of a good job offer, by all means, please let me know ;-)

Shopping generaly in Vienna

by csordila

The most interesting shopping locale in Vienna is the inner city, with its narrow streets and elegant façades. The large pedestrian zones on Kärntnerstrasse and Graben meet at the strikingly modern Haas Haus, the mirrored façade of which seems to mock St Stephen’s Cathedral, standing opposite.

In addition to exclusive shops, the Haas Haus has a platform on the top floor, for sightseers who fancy a more face-to-face encounter with the cathedral. There are a number of architectural gems in this district – small shops with façades designed by some of Austria’s most famous architects, as well as smaller side streets, often hiding unique and interesting retail opportunities.
The Ringstrassengalerien offers the convenience of a shopping center, a short walk from the State Opera House.

The traditional shopping street of the Viennese is Mariahilferstrasse, which stretches from the Ringstrasse towards the Westbahnhof rail station (above the U3 U-Bahn line) between the Sixth and Seventh Districts. This street is home to major international stores selling clothing, music and other familiar commodities, as well as the department stores, Gerngross and the Euro-Center. A lot of shops ( Gerngross !!!!!) don’t accept any Creditcards. I don’t know why.


by reeka

I can see why the residents are annoyed with all the tourists. I felt uncomfortable gawping at someone's place of residence. This is why I usually don't take sightseeing tours. All the tour buses dropped off their entourage on the embankment a few 100 metres from the complex, and it literally was being dropped off with one coach coming, another going. This at a constant rate.

The enchanting garden

by iandsmith

I was entranced. On a side trail where hardly anyone seems to venture (in 20 minutes I was the only one there) I chanced upon a feeding station for the animals.
Brilliantly coloured birds (see intro pages) and squirrels darted hither and thither into the purpose-built boxes for their morsel of food.
Since I'd never seen the type of birds before and only seen squirrels once before I was having a wonderful time. Couldn't believe my luck.

Brass bands: how many trombones?

by tiabunna

We were to attend a VT meeting on the Saturday of our visit to Vienna: still jetlagged from travel, there was a slight risk of oversleeping. A local Viennese marching band eliminated any worries in that regard, by providing a recital and display outside our hotel in Columbusplatz. A brass band does indeed command attention!

Consider the remarkable skill of these bands to play music while following complex marching patterns. It always seems a bit like patting one’s head while rubbing one’s stomach for 30 seconds: then reversing hands (try it now, it’s not easy)! I know if I was let loose in these circumstances I’d cause all manner of chaos, by playing dud notes and turning the wrong way into the bass drummer (quite apart from the passing detail that I have no musical abilities).

The band’s name remains unknown, but they have red and green shield shaped patches on their sleeves, if that helps any Viennese locals with identification. Yes, they were quite good and drew a small but appreciative crowd. Note the photographer in the striped shirt in Photo 3 – by the time we get to Photo 5, he’s either trying to read the music or check on the marching instructions!


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