The Rooms

Schlenthergasse 17, Vienna, Vienna, 1220, Austria
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1 day in Vienna BUT not the ussual places...:-)

by AnatolyZ

Hello dear travel pals!!!
I have tomorrow some friends visiting me in Vienna, and I would like to show them some interesing places in Vienna, but not the most usuall ones (Shonenbrun,Ring,Rataus...) Because it is going to be for them third time in Vienna and I still really would like to show them some "new" interesing places even if its not in center and even if its a bit outside wien(but not too much)..
Thank you so much...
Appreciate again your help....
Best regards&thanks!!!!!!!

Re: 1 day in Vienna BUT not the ussual places...:-)

by GrumpyDiver

I suggest you check out Hundertwasserhaus. Off the beaten track and a bit bizarre architecture.

Re: 1 day in Vienna BUT not the ussual places...:-)

by alza

Hi Anatoly,

Kapuzinerkirche off Neuer Markt contains the Kaisergruft, the Pantheon of the Habsbourg. In the centre of this Imperial Crypt, opulent double sarcophagus for Maria-Theresa and her husband. Also Emperor Franz Josef, Empress Sissi, Prince Rodolphe, Emperor Maximilian the 1st (killed in Mexico), etc.
1st district, Tegetthofstrasse 2

Jesuitenkirche on Dr Ignaz-Seipel-Platz has a remarkable baroque interior, highly elaborate columns, trompe-l'oeil coupola and pulpit. Worth a visit.

Visit a Heurigen for new wine and good food, music, in quaint villages like Grinzing and Heiligenstadt. Both also have very elegant cemetaries. I loved both, spent more time in Grinzing where the Heurigen (Zum Martin I think) was just great.

Talking about melancholy and romantic atmosphere, visit St Marx in 3rd district, Leberstrasse 6-8. Biedermeier style cemetary where Mozart was put in pauper's grave. Old tombs covered with ivy, unusual inscriptions, endless alleys.

Or stroll in the Central Cemetary in Simmering, a fantastic outside Pantheon of the great names of Vienna. In 11th district, Simmeringer Hauptstrasse 234.

One day I went to Kahlenberg and Leopoldsberg (eastern tip of Wienerwald) and it was a great walk all around. Beautiful panoramic view on Vienna, the Danube and beyond.
Leopoldkirche on the Leopoldsberg has an exhibit on the Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683. I went specifically for that but walked around too long and missed that visit.

In case you don't know it, Zur ebenen Erde und erster Stock is an old restaurant, typically Viennese. It's my best souvenir of Vienna, rather expensive but decor, service and food made it worthwhile. Burggasse 13,
Tel: 5 236 254.

I wish you all a great day in Vienna!

Re: 1 day in Vienna BUT not the ussual places...:-)

by Maryimelda

I love all the suggestions made by alza above and have made notes of those I have not yet seen for future reference. My suggestion is a half day trip to the Vienna Woods. It would be far preferable to do it in a car but the tour bus trip is better than nothing. I did the tour bus and was fortunate to have an excellent multi-lingual guide. We visited, Mayerling, the Cistercian Monastery and the Seegrotte (gypsum mine with undergorund lake). We also drove through a number of very attractive villages (including Baden) and saw some wonderful castles etc. The photo opportunities were endless. I went with Vienna Sightseeing Tours and had no complaints, however I have read bad reviews of this particular company. I think a lot of it depends on the luck of the draw where guides and drivers are concerned.

Re: 1 day in Vienna BUT not the ussual places...:-)

by AnatolyZ


Travel Tips for Vienna

Danube Island

by Elfir

The Danube Island is a sanctuary away from the hussle and bussel of a European City. It is a wonderful stressless walk during summer with stalls and eateries everywhere. My fondest memory is the lovely lady I met in Vienna, apart from that I think Christmas in Vienna was such an eye opener coming from Australia.

Kartner Strasse

by azz8206

Kartner Strasse is the main pedestrian street in Vienna. Retail shops and restaurants line the boulevard with cafe patios all along the middle of the street. You can enjoy sitting in one of these cafes and do some terrific people watching. Picture taking oppurtunities abound here with great architecture all around you and even some of the local street entertainers getting pretty imaginative as you can see by my picture. You'll find retail shops for whatever you wish to purchase, although many of the shops here are pretty expensive. There are many sites that are close by such as the Hofburg Palace, the Albertina, Mozart's House, KapuzinerKirche and Kaisergruft, Stephensplatz and the Stephansdom, the Opera House and Hohr Markt either on the street or nearby.
Kartner Strasse is a great base for your adventures around Vienna with U-stations Karlsplatz and Stephansplatz easily accessible as well as many tram lines that stop within walking distance at the Ring Rd.

Me In Schonbrunn Palace...

by coceng

This photo was taken in Schonbrunn Palace !
This is a touristy area in Vienna !
I felt real good being there as it was one place that I should see with my own eyes !
I couldn't take photos inside the palace & people were moving slowly, Q-ing in line !

If you are in Vienna in...

by iavormar

If you are in Vienna in Oktober you could visit the very famous Vienna International Film Fetsival, called VIENNALE The festival starts normaly in the middle of Oktober. Find about the schedule and the show times at:

Learn a few phrases of German....

by justsilvie

Learn a few phrases of German. The Viennese like any other people anywhere are charmed when people attempt to converse in their language and most are bi-lingual and many multi-lingual so it can lead to some friendly exchanges.


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