Pension Baronesse

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Lange Gasse 61, Vienna, Vienna, A-1080, Austria
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Airport transportation

by katerinakal

B.W.BEETHOVENMy husband and I are travelling to Vienna in a few weeks and would like some advice about how to get to our hotel from the airport. We need to get to the Best Western BEETHOVEN.
Thanks

Re: Airport transportation

by lotharscheer

Take S7 (ore CAT, more expensive) to Wien Mitte change to U4 (green line) direction H├╝tteldorft, 2 stops until Karlsplatz, exit Sezession, pass the Sezession (building with a golden globe on top). Straight ahead you'll see the "Theater an der Wien". Here you turn right into the Milloeckergasse.

Re: Airport transportation

by katerinakal

Thank you for your kind and helpful reply.
Katerina

Travel Tips for Vienna

Pedal power - seeing Vienna by bike tour - AWESOME

by kiona

I am not a big bike rider, however Vienna is perfect for this. We rented bikes, and with a tour guide saw more of Vienna in 3 hours than we would on foot in 3 days. I warmly recommend that you do the same, especially if you only have a day or two to see this beautiful big city.
Check it out @ http://reservations.bookhostels.com/tours/onesummerineurope.com/tourdetails.php?TourUID=514&PHPSESSID=2s4eh11cmi1adquneads49osu07lk7e8

Changing currency

by irvbur

I'm a big fan of ATM machines. You usually get the best rate and they are always around and always open. However if you've just arrived, be sure you know how much you want in local currency. I always carry a cheat sheet (http://www.oanda.com/cgi/convert/cheatsheet) so I'm not confused when I stand in front of the machine. It's also useful when making purchases or bargaining.

Heading for higher grounds

by Sharrie

There was a saying that one has to ascend to higher grounds to see the entire perspective & thus to transcend your obstacles, rise above the "depressed" state.

Have you ever realised that many churches in Europe has a tower building where you can climb to the top & see the entire city at a glance?

I love to climb (oh no, not in corporate ladders but the actual ground... in fact, I much prefer to fly ;-)). At the top of the mountains or the city, I somewhat often get a clearer picture of what I should do with my life. May be that's why they call it "high" hopes ;-)

If you've a chance, climb to the top ... the views are always worth the climb!

Vienna Tip

by lauriejeanne

As you can see -- Aaron learned about the finer things in life right from an early age.
Here we are at Tichy's. Rita is eating Eismarillenknoedel -- a real specialty. As for me -- it's a banana split with all chocolate ice cream underneath all that chocolate sauce...

Cake: Sachertorte

by HORSCHECK

The Sachertorte is a famous chocolate cake which was invented by the Viennese baker Franz Sacher in 1832, when he was in his second year of learning. An original Sachertorte consists of a dry chocolate dough with a thin layer of aprikot jam, which is all covered in a chocolate icing.
The trademark for the "Original Sachertorte" was registered by the well known Hotel Sacher, which was built at the end of the 19th century by the son of Franz Sacher.

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 Pension Baronesse

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Address: Lange Gasse 61, Vienna, Vienna, A-1080, Austria