Pakat Suites Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Mommsengasse 5, Vienna, 1040, Austria
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Vienna shopping

by harangozo

I will be going to Vienna soon. What I would like to ask if someone knows where I can buy soy milk near Wien Mitte.

Re: Vienna shopping

by picek

You can try in gorcery shops (such as Billa which are many, and if you want there is a map on thier web site with exact location for each of their shop through all Austria, so you see which is closest).
Austrian soy milk is great. I like thier brand called Joya.

Re: Vienna shopping

by Manara

The list of Billa supermarkets in the district of Vienna where you will stay is in the following webpage:

Re: Vienna shopping

by EvaLuna67

Soy milk is sold in almost every supermarket. Vienna also has a great number of organic food stores that carry soy milk -- have a great stay.

Travel Tips for Vienna

Great quotes, great memories

by tiabunna

I’d have to say that many of my earliest impressions of Vienna were formed by the classic film “The Third Man” with Orson Welles and Joseph Cotton. It involves a second-rate writer (Cotton) who goes to Vienna in 1949 to see his former friend Harry Lime (Welles), only to find that Lime was killed in a motor accident – or was he? Needless to say, Lime still lives and simply wanted to disappear because the police were getting too close to his dodgy pharmaceuticals racket . And that is where the story really begins!

If you go to this Youtube film clip, you can see one of the key scenes, set on the Riesenrad ferris wheel, and finishing with the classic Welles “cuckoo clock” quote.

The film was set in the war-torn Vienna of 1949, with many buildings still largely piles of rubble. At that time, the city was still divided into four zones (Russian, American, French, British), leading to the “four men in a jeep” scenes seen in the film. Oh yes, my heading photo for this tip! At the opening of the film, there is a series of marvellous evocative still photographs around Vienna. I was determined to reproduce one which always appealed to me, and that’s it. Taken at the front of the Rathaus, looking toward the Votive Church, the one major difference with time is that, in the area I have marked with a faint parallelogram outline at the top right, in 1949 there was a large sign saying “Entering American Sector”. Photo 2 is taken from the Reisenrad at the Prater.

If you’re a Vienna (or film) enthusiast, I can only recommend seeing the film – then trying to place the settings. You could, of course, take one of the walking tours which visit many of the sites.

Vienna Tip

by Zmrzlina

There is a rose garden that was not in the best of shape when I was there, but it was peaceful. Not many tourists because there was little shade. I enjoyed wander through here and escaping the almost need to see everything cultural.

Schmetterling metterling, whatever

by iandsmith

This is what attracted me to the butterfly house in Burggarten (that's over in the museum district) in the first place. It's such a different building than all those around it I guessed it contained something special.
It costs a couple of euros to get in and there's not a lot of it but, what there is is well set up.

Meet The Bunch...

by coceng

Okay, let's meet the bunch, shall we ?
This is Axel ! Great guy ! Beautiful guy; You should see his apartment ! Boy I was so lucky in staying there for 2 nights !
Swanky apartment I could say...
Axel took care of me like a brother; He showed me some night life around Vienna but not for you guys, I didn't take any photos.


by globetrott

Sisi-tour is a walking-tour through the centre of Vienna and it includes Kapuzinergruft, where Sisi is buried next to plenty of other austrian royalties. The tour gets to the Lippizaner Horses then , where you may watch the training (separate entrance-fee, not included ), to Hofburg and to Stephansdom.
Such a Sissi-tour is offered by "Vienna Sightseeing" for 36 Euros
Tue-Sat at 09.45 a.m. - duration is 3,5 hours Kapuzinergruft takes only a few minutes to see, but it is a really touching experience


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Address: Mommsengasse 5, Vienna, 1040, Austria