Kolpingsfamilie Wien-Meidling

Bendlgasse 10-12, Vienna, Vienna, 1120, Austria
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vienna in november

by georgexx

Hi travelers

I will be in Vienna middle of November for 4 days. I will stay in "Kolpingsfamilie Wien Meidling Bendlgasse 10-12, 1120 Vienna"
Is anyone stay in this pension?
How far is form airport? Taxi how much it will cost?
Any ideas what to see in vienna?
The taxi how much are costing?
Any traditional Restaurant?
Sorry for too many questions.

Thanks in advannce for any reply....
Have a nice time and safety trips

Re: vienna in november

by adlf

Dont know where your accomodation is but if its in the city....We caught the CAT train from the airport into Vienna. It only takes about 15 mins but i forgot how much it is. The MUST DO in Vienna is the Schnitzelwirt Schmidt restaurant on Neubaugasse 52. Schnitzels are big enough to park a car on.(nearly)..........Its so good even Google Earth has it marked in their databank.

Re: vienna in november

by adlf

Dont know where your accomodation is but if its in the city....We caught the CAT train from the airport into Vienna. It only takes about 15 mins but i forgot how much it is. The MUST DO in Vienna is the Schnitzelwirt Schmidt restaurant on Neubaugasse 52. Schnitzels are big enough to park a car on.(nearly)..........Its so good even Google Earth has it marked in their databank.

Re: vienna in november

by williauswien

Hi, the cheapest way to reach your hotel is to use the train and not the CAT and not a Taxi. Take the normal train from the Airport to reach WIEN MITTE change to underground number 4 (green line) direction hutteldorf and exit at station langenfeldgasse. 5 Minutes to your hotel by feet. fare: 3 Euro 40 Cent.

Re: vienna in november

by Maryimelda

My recommendation for a good Viennese restaurant is the Griechenbeisl on Fleishmkt (just off Stephanslplatz.) It has been operating since 1447 and has a wonderful atmosphere and good Austrian food. Hopefully the little man who plays the zither will be there when you go. It's a good idea to book as the place is really popular. You can do it online at: http://www.griechenbeisl.at/lang_en/page.asp/index.htmt

Re: vienna in november

by verliebtinwien

The location of the pension isn't the best, practically nothing worth seeing in that area. On the other hand, public transportation in Vienna is really good. As for restaurants, most guidebooks can be trusted when it comes to traditional coffee houses and traditional restaurants - interestingly enough.

Travel Tips for Vienna

You could almost hear music...

by Jim70563

I cannot truly say there is any "Favorite" thing. I can always find something new to amuse, excite, warm, or quiet me. Wien is everything you ever wanted from the past, it is also very much in the present. Walking the streets at night, you can be looking at a brand new sports car, turn a corner, and not see any cars in sight, only a horse drawn carriage on cobblestone streets. Amazing. You never know what you will find. We went for a walk at around 2200. It was raining slightly (a heavy drizzle). It was very cold, and the streets were almost empty. We walked around some back streets and found Mozart's Home. I stood there in the rain, the street poorly lit from a streetlamp a block away, standing there on a cobblestoned street. Looking at Mozart's doorway. The same doorway that Hadyn walked through. Beethoven walked through. I did the only thing I could think of. I walked forward and lightly touched the doorframe. It was wonderful. It could have been 1799,1999...The only sounds I heard were someone taking their horse taxi on an adjacent street. Horse hooves on cobblestones....

Lights!

by Sharrie

I've been to numerous churches, temples & a few mosques.

But when it comes to architecture & the heavenly above, well... let's just say churches have an upper hand.

There are many churches all over Europe & America where lights simply filter through & that feels good to me. Except the Vatican which I felt was a little dark!

May be it's just me... I like to at least see the light when I'm praying for direction or thanking God for his blessings in life. It was an important factor contributing to why I eventually got myself baptised 13 years ago!

National Library - Prunksaal

by yooperprof

The Prunksaal (Memorial hall) of the National Library is a must-see for all book-lovers, perhaps the most brilliantly executed Baroque library in the world. It was designed by the ubiquitous Viennese architect Johann Fischer von Erlach during the reign of Emperor Charles VI in the early 18th century. It's a bibliophile's heaven - a palace for books. (If I close my eyes, I can recapture in my mind's nose that wonderful smell of old mauscripts.) There are usually exhibits here displaying some of the library's most treasured possessions. My poor camera could not possibly capture the splendour of the Prunksaal, so this is actually a postcar image. The entrance to the Prunksaal is at the Karlsplatz, just beyond the equestrian statue of Joseph II.

The Riesenrad

by yooperprof

It's basically a big bicycle wheel, the work of British engineer Walter Bassett, who supervised its construction in 1898. The Risenrad was created for Emperor Franz Joseph's 50th Anniversary on the throne: pleasing the plebians with the thrills of modern technology. (Empress Elizabeth - "Sisi" - was assassinated in September 1898, but the celebrations went on anyway!)

Mozart and Offenbach

by Anya_D

It's a universal truth that Vienna is the capital of music. You can see musicians playing on every corner. Visit the State Opera: it is an unforgettable event! The tickets can be ordered via internet in advance, or in your hotel. However, if you want to get them at a reasonable price, you should book in advance: I got two tickets for Katya and me on the last moment, and they were over 100 bucks. But it was worth every cent! we saw Les Contes d'Hoffmann, by Offenbach. Just spectacular!

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Address: Bendlgasse 10-12, Vienna, Vienna, 1120, Austria