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Alsergrund district of Vienna

by ominay

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone has information about the Alsergrund district of Vienna? I am considering renting an apartment there but can't really find much useful information about the area. I understand that it is densely populated, has many hospitals, clinics, and government and university buildings. I'm trying to find out if it is a quiet area, if it is at all residential and whether there are services nearby. There seems to be some suggestion that the red light district is located in this district.

Can anyone help me?

Thanks

Re: Alsergrund district of Vienna

by globetrott

this district is between the "Guertel" (=belt) and the Ringstrasse and is a "good" livingarea for many people. Along the Guertel you find some redlight, that is correct, but they leave you alone, when you leave them alone !
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when you have a car, FORGET about that area, parking your car will be very hard there, when you want to go by public transport its a good area, some streets are loud, some are not !
www.wien.at
on the left you can click on : "Stadtplan"
and fill out streetname and number in order to see it on a map !

Re: Alsergrund district of Vienna

by WStat

Hi,
although I usually do not reply to anonymous requests (most VT-ers would appreciate to know, with whom they are corresponding), just a few hints about Alsergrund:
-you will find extensive infos on your questions here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alsergrund
- in general the 9th district is one of the "better" inner districts of Vienna,nice for living in, but of course not so quiet as the exterior districts, like 18,19 or 13, 14
-whether it is a recommendable area trafficwise depends on the neighborhood and street, where you intend to live
-alsergrund is not at all part of any red light district.
Good Luck !

Travel Tips for Vienna

What a classic!

by iandsmith

After being baroque-d out and having your fill of Gothic churches, you will probably start to notice that a certain type of music has found a home in Wien (or Vienna if your prefer). Apart from the Wagnerian kiosk and the gilded statues of Strauss and Mozart you might choose to go to the toilet. May I indulge and quote you from my Emails: "I don't think anything will top the toilet in Vienna, painted in Mozart and Strauss themes with their music playing softly from the speakers and then the attendant flinging the doors of two cubicles open (while I was doing god's work at the urinal) shouting "Raus, raus" as he ushered the bleary eyed drug addicts out after having their hit, one of them female who'd been sharing a cubicle with her boyfriend. Though somewhat startled to say the least, I maintained my decorum throughout the whole incident, even managing to do my fly up correctly."

Anker Clock ( Ankeruhr )

by dvideira

In the course of 12 hours, 12 historical figures or pairs of figures - all representative of the history of Vienna - move across the face of the clock , among them Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, Joseph Haydn, , Empress Maria Theresa and Prince Eugen of Savoya. At noon, every day, all figures parade accompanied by music from the various eras.

Ankeruhr
1, Hoher Markt 10/11
U1, U3: Stephansplatz
U1, U4: Schwedenplatz

Wiener Museum on the Karlsplatz

by Pavlik_NL

In the general Tips you find already some history on the evolution of the city Vienna. Want to know more? In the Vienna Historical museum you will find out everything. Website of the Wiener Museum: http://www.wienmuseum.at/75.asp

MUSEUMS QUARTIER
This brand...

by SirRichard

MUSEUMS QUARTIER
This brand new group of museums, former stables of the Hofburg Palace, consist mainly on the Leopold Museum Kunsthalle Wien and Museum of Modern Art. There are more museums, but these 3 can be seen with the MQ Duo Ticket for 14 euros. If you can visit only one, visit the Leopold.
The black cube and the white cube make a nice contrast with the original palace buildings.
MuseumsPlatz. U-Bahn: Volkstheater (U2, U3) & MuseumsQuartier (U2). Phone: o820/600 600. www.mqw.at

Advent

by Krumlovgirl

Advent season starts 4 full weeks before Christmas. On the 4 Sundays the family joins around the traditional advent wreath with four candles. Each Sunday one more candle is lit to mark the advent of Christmas. This time is usually used for singing Christmas carols and getting ready for Christmas. This could be reading stories, drinking tea and getting a first taste of delicious Christmas cookies.
An advent calendar features 24 little windows that you can open one by one starting at the 1st of December. When you open the last one Christmas Day has arrived. Christmas markets are another great aspect of advent season. There is a really nice one in front of the Schonnbrunne Palace-lots of good things to eat and nifty things to buy!

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