Viktoria Hotel Vienna

Eduard Klein Gasse 9, Vienna, Vienna, A-1130, Austria
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Forum Posts

1 may in Vienna

by Hellen79

Hello! I am from Serbia and I am going to Vienna and I will be there for 3 days-Saturday 1 May- Monday 3May. Any suggestions about how to use time in the best way? What is a must-see and must-do when you are in Vienna?

Re: 1 may in Vienna

by Hellen79

A Senbrun? Da li treba obici?

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by Hellen79


Re: 1 may in Vienna

by Hellen79

Vienna is simply wonderful! Great architecture,nice atmosphere and good places for shopping, simply "a must see place at least twice in a lifetime"

Re: 1 may in Vienna

by Hellen79

u Barseloni sam bila sad pocetkom aprila, lep je grad, meni se svidja Bec pa Prag pa Budimpesta i Barselona Bila sam jednom u svakom gradu, ukusi su razliciti i ljudi vole razlicite stvari, a i treba vise puta obici neki grad jer ce uvek grad izgledati drugacije, zavisi i od vremena i od drustva i mnogih drugih stvari

Travel Tips for Vienna

MuseumsQuartier Wien

by BLewJay

I have to say that we were very fortunate to have fantastic weather for our entire time in Vienna (as well as Salzburg, Budapest and Germany). Having said that, nothing beats sitting down at an outdoor cafe on a warm summer day drinking a nice cold Gosser Lager in the midst of the Museumsquartier.


by bugulma

The Peterskirche was built in 792 and is together with the Ruprechtskiche among the oldest churches in Vienna. In 1701 it was pulled down and in the following 30 years it has been rebuilt by Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt. The church is an adaption to the Petersdom in Rome. In the interior you can enjoy the rich baroque decor.


by reeka

These houses are today used by the local authority as part of housing projects. Most residents actually being artists.

Once it was possible to view some apartments, but with the burgeoning crowds the residents have become unhappy and are now unwilling to show their apartments anymore.

One of the most famous Vienna...

by joh28

One of the most famous Vienna Cafes is the CAFE CENTRAL (here from out)... every cafe of this type contains:
- piano (played in evening live)
- at least 5-10 different styles of coffe with Schlagobers (you'll will get to know) and friendly service people... 1.000 of this Vienna Coffe-houses all around...

New Year's in Vienna - part I: Silvesterpfad

by Escadora7

If you don't have relatives or friends living in Vienna, or you just wish to be around a LOT of people, the "Silvesterpfad" (New Year's Path) might be the right thing to do. It's a huge party spanning the entire inner city. Traffic for vehicles is closed, and people walking around all over the place. Lots of booths offering hot drinks such as Glühwein (hot wine flavored with spices), punch in different flavors (our favorite: berry-punch with lots of real berries), and champagne. Other vendors offer foods: Frankfurter (Viennese name for Wieners), Langos (garlic-flavored hungarian deep fried flat bread), Leberkässemmel, sausages, sweets, etc. And then there are tons of booths selling Glücksbringer (Good Luck Charms) for the New Year's celebration. At some of the major squares you can find stages with radio stations broadcasting all the happenings: dance-performances, bands, DJs, Karaoke-shows, contests, and music of all types. With 2006 being the official Mozart-year, this year Rathausplatz was dominated by Mozart: waltz courses, string performers, a retrospective of "Wolfi", and even some metal: "Rocking Mozart".

The Silvesterpfad spans all over the inner city: from Rathausplatz, Freyung, Am Hof, Hoher Markt, Graben, Stefansplatz, Kärntner Strasse, all the way down to the Prater. Just take the Underground to the Inner City and you'll be right within the happening. A word of caution: the closer to midnight it gets, the more crowded - and at times a bit rowdy - it gets. We went from about 5 - 7pm just to get a taste of it all - and it was just right!


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