Ramada Hotel & Suite Vienna

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Freytaggasse 25-27, Vienna, 1210, Austria
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Public transit from airport to Meidling Marriott and back to city and around

by jennleauva

Could someone help me with public transit options from the Vienna airport to the Marrriott in Meidling? How much is a taxi or is it better to take a train and transfer from the city center to get Meidling. Can I use the Vienna Card to get to Meidling (not sure if it is in zone 100). Is the Vienna Card worth it or should we just walk in the city for the most part?

If we purchase single tickets from Meidling to get to the city center, is it just 1 ticket or is it 1 ticket per train line or bus that you get on? I believe we have to transfer lines at least once, right?

We will be in Vienna from Sunday mid-day to Thursday morning (end of September). Thursday morning we have to get from Meidling to the train station to go to Munich. Thanks!

Re: Public transit from airport to Meidling Marriott and back to city and around

by lotharscheer

Airport to Mariott Meidling would be Cat (€9) or S7 (€3,60) to Wien Mitte and change to U4 to Schoenbrunn station and walk 200m. There would be also a bus to west train station (taxi from there about €9), but it doesn´t connect well with U4. Taxi will be about €40, but there is also a Taxicounter at the arrivalhall where you can get a flat fare for €32 (10 minutes waiting, you must ask for a "Wiener Taxi").
Zone 100 is everwhere within the citylimit (but not the airport), with a single ticket you can change as often as you want (within 1,5 or 2 hours, but no backtracking).
The 24/72 hour ticket is worth the money, but i don´t know witch additional benefits you get with the Vienna card
http://www.wienerlinien.at/wl/ep/channelView.do?channelId=-17256&pageTypeId=10220

Re: Public transit from airport to Meidling Marriott and back to city and around

by bazsi79

A taxi ride from the airport to the city center should cost around 30 euros.

Or you can take the S-Bahn (suburban train) from the airport to Wien-Mitte station, and change there to underground line U4 to Schönbrunn (if your hotel is the Courtyard Vienna Schönbrunn, which is in Medling, near Schönbrunn Palace). The ride costs 3.60 euros, and you only need one ticket for the S-Bahn and the underground, it's valid for the entire trip. (There is also an express train called CAT from the airport, but it costs much more, and is not much faster.)

If you would only use the Vienna Card for public transportaton, and not for the discounted entrance fees, you should rather get a 24/48/72-hour ticket for public transport for 5.70/10.00/13.60 euros. (Though it's not valid for the airport, only within Vienna.)

Travel Tips for Vienna

The Schönbrunn Palace is the...

by arzu

The Schönbrunn Palace is the imperial summer residence.The imperial apartments can be viewed throughout the year.It has beatiful and extensive gardens.In the palace you have to visit The great Gallery and Millionenzimmer.The Great Gallery is for balls and receptions.Concerts are given here in the summer.Millionenzimmer,ornately decorated wll panellig of an extremely rare wood.

Dornbacher Pfarrhof Heuriger

by BLewJay

I asked LJ that when we got to Vienna, let's stay away (as much as possible) from the tourist places...I want to experience the "real" Vienna with the locals. Well, not only did we do that, we went "way" off the beaten path to a heuriger (basically a place where local wine, music and food are served). I (we) had a blast, danced and had a song played in our honor!!!

The music was provided by the most authentic Austrian Folk Music group in Vienna: Die Tanzgeiger. Do check out their website (www.tanzgeiger.at) and click on Performance to find their upcoming venues.

Terracotta Warriors at the Kunstlerhaus

by Ekaterinburg

One of the best things about Vienna is the huge variety of special exhibitions and events. During my June stay I was stunned to hear that The Kunstlerhaus on Karlsplatz was staging an exhibition of the Chinese Terracotta Army. These are not the originals but identical in qualityand detail. The first two rooms contain background information, weapons, artifacts etc, then you arrive at a miniature version of the entire terracotta army. Finally you climb some steps into a darkened auditorium-like space and POW!, prepare to be amazed. As your eyes become accustomed to the dimly lit surroundings they emerge; 200 warriors and their horses, frozen in time and standing to attention. An elevated area with some seats allows you to sit and absorb or you can lean on the railings and be within touching distance. About every 30 minutes there is a light show and commentary which is well worth waiting for. The commentary is only in German but everyone can enjoy the dramatic effect of swathes of different coloured lights shifting and highlighting various figures within the group. This is eerie and exciting and at times almost gives the illusion of movement. Just a small taste of the real thing obviously but nonetheless a valuable glimpse into one of the most important recent archeological discoveries. After the exhibition you can progress to the cinema and watch a short film giving the entire story of the Terracotta Army. This exhibition finishes on the 26th of August 2007 and I have included it here under 'general tips' as an example ofthe superb range and quality of events and exhibitions ongoing in Vienna. When you arrive, drop into any of the tourist offices and get details of what's on or simply check on line at any of the Vienna tourism websites. If you are in Vienna while this exhibition is still running, it's at Karlsplatz ( trams, 1, 2, 4 ),and is on from 10-20 hr daily except Thursday when it stays open until 21hr. Admission is EUR 12 and 10 with concessions.

Kunstlerhaus, Karlsplatz 5, 1010 Wien.

01.587.96.63.27

www.terracottaarmee.com

A bit of history

by iandsmith

In their present form, the gardens were designed by Louis Gervais and John Jadot, though later additions by Adrian von Stekhoven and Ferdinand von Hohenberg did take place. The inspiration came from Maria Therese and the baroque-styled layout commenced in 1750. It has always been well maintained and, in 1996, was accorded UNESCO World Heritage listing.
This path leads to the famous zoo and the massive Palm House (Palmenhaus) that is the largest of its kind in continental Europe. It was commissioned in 1882 by the then emperor, Franz Josef. I recall thinking that it didn't matter which path you took, you were bound to end up with surprises and the only thing I found no delight in was the zoo. I didn't go in because, in walking beside it, I noticed a cage with a massive condor imprisoned. I'm sorry, but I can't help but call to mind all the times I have watched raptors riding the updrafts in Australia, giving me hours of pleasure, and to see them contricted to a few square metres of space is depressing in my eyes.

A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE...

by themajor

Can there be anything more tempting to the average put-upon pedestrian than a really busy road that suddenly, inexplicably becomes emptied of traffic and seemingly safe to cross? Is there anything more pleasing than a solid stream of motor vehicles that momentarily parts offering the hitherto reluctant road crosser a chance - albeit a fleeting one - to vault from pavement A to pavement B? Here in the UK, risky road crossing is a national pastime. Rather than walk a few extra yards towards an official crossing point, your average man or women in the street will hurl themselves into any narrow gap that might form between adjacent moving lumps of pointy metal.

As for proper UK crossings - well the symbols are as follows:

GREEN MAN: Official meaning: Cross. Go on. You know you want to.
UK PRACTICE: Cross whilst dawdling. Pause to light your cigarette NOW (please ensure you use your mobile phone simultaneously)
RED MAN: Official meaning: Don't Cross
UK PRACTICE: Cross as exactly as before, move very slightly faster but feel free to argue with your boyfriend on the mobile.

Here in Vienna I strongly suggest you leave such temptations behind and stay rooted to the pavement until the Green Man beckons. Even if the approaching traffic is sucked into a giant spaceship and taken off to the Planet Quark, DO NOT CROSS ON RED! If you do so, you will be surrounded by more 'tuts' than a tourist in the Valley of the Kings. And, you know, it's all rather refreshing! You have been warned!!

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