Kaiserstrasse 45, Vienna, Vienna, 1070, Austria
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Accommodation with easy access to Wien Meidling station

by AnnieSue59

My husband and I are arriving at Wien Westbahnhof on Wed 21 July, then we leave (for Pecs in Hungary) from Wien Meidling station on Fri 23 July at 7 in the morning. In between we want to see the Hundert building and a few other attractions if possible. Because of our early departure time, I thought that the most convenient place to stay would be very close to Wien Meidling station, but that doesn't seem to be a great area for hotels. Can anyone advise on a good alternative plan? Maybe a hotel near to Westbahnhof but with easy early morning public transport access to Wien Meidling station? Thanks.

Re: Accommodation with easy access to Wien Meidling station

by globetrott

Hotel Fuerstenhof is opposite of Westbahnhof and from there you take U6 to Meidling within 20 min.
the biger problem might be to find a place thats serves you reakfast already that early, but in Miedling you have an Anker-bread bakery that serves coffee as well !

Re: Accommodation with easy access to Wien Meidling station

by AnnieSue59

Thanks very much for your reply, Globetrott. Taking your point about breakfast, maybe we should plan to get to Wien Meidling station even earlier than I'd thought - would the U6 get us there by 6.30am? How frequent is the service at that time of day?

Re: Accommodation with easy access to Wien Meidling station

by globetrott

shortly after 05.30am the metros will start in the morning !

Travel Tips for Vienna

Theatre and opera tickets

by coccinella169

Of course there are a lot of ticket offices around the city, where you can buy tickets for the various theatres, cultural events and the opera. Usually these offices ask for an additional fee for their services. A very convenient way to get your tickets is to book them via internet. Almost every theatre here has a web site in English, where you can see the programmes and the seating plans and book your tickets. Some examples:
www.musicalvienna.at (Theater an der Wien, Ronacher and Raimundtheater, they show Musicals mostly)
Another useful site is www.oeticket.com (tickets for all kind of concerts and events in Austria).
The prices of theatre tickets start at ca EUR 3-4 ; while for an evening at the Staatsoper you`ll have to invest between EUR 7 (standing ticket) and EUR 178.

Purchasing music tickets

by albertalee

Several ways to purchase tickets:

1) Call the ticket offices of the venues (Staatoper, Musikverein, etc) ahead of time. The Viennese speak excellent English.

2) Attempt to reserve on the venues' website (I speak passable German but did not successfully manage to complete any online transactions).

3) Visit the ticket office upon your arrival to Vienna, or visit a ticket vendor on or off Kaertnerstrasse (I used the ticket office above EMI, a music store on Kaertnerstrasse).

Several events were sold out before I arrived to Vienna, but upon my arrival I was able to purchase tickets, even the day before, of a highly anticipated musical performance.

Schonbrunn - panorama bahn

by mvtouring

This little train was the best discovery I made today. It is raining her in Vienna like there is no tomorrow. It was our day for visiting Schonbrunn and there was no ways that we could go into the gardens and explore the property. And these gardens are absolutely fantastic! As we exited the palace we found the little train and jumped on it. It was the best 5 euro that I have spent! For 5 euro ýou can ride on the little devil all day long if you so wish and see everything that there is to see without killing your feet.

Cristmas markets

by Zo72

As the Christmas is approaching, streets and squares of Vienna get filed up with Christmas markets. It is not about what they are selling but about liveliness, colors and scents around them.

On the photo there is the biggest Christmas market in the front of Rathaus. Markets in Neubau may be even more interesting. While Christmas and New Year are coming nearer, Vienna is getting decorated and it is ovefflown with joy and expectation. After New Year it feels kind of dull.

Typical greetings etc.

by WardrobeMK

The Austrian's don't greet each other like Germans with "Guten Tag", instead you will hear a hearty "Grüß Gott!" (it means "Greet God") when entering any shops or premises.

If you do not want to "Greet God" you can answer with a "Hallo!" which is also used as a greeting, especially by younger shop staff.

"Danke schön" and "Vielen danke" are typical "Thank You's". You might hear a "Danke auch" when you've thanked somebody, it means they're saying thanks to you too.

"Auf Wiedersehen" or simply "Wiedersehen" means goodbye (literally "Until we see again") and is typical when leaving somewhere.

The Viennase are friendly and you will be verbally greeted everywhere you go. It is considered bad from not to answer so a Grüß Gott! will go a long way, look the person in the eyes as well.

In most shops an assistant will approach you with the usual "may I help you" but if you say (in English) "I'm just looking, thanks" they will leave you alone immediately. They are available as soon as assistance is required and will do their best to help you.

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Kaffemuehle Hotel Vienna

Address: Kaiserstrasse 45, Vienna, Vienna, 1070, Austria