Wombat's The Lounge

Mariahilferstrasse 137, Vienna, A-1150, Austria
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Arriving in Vienna

by matthewsr

My wife and I will be arriving in Vienna shortly from Prague. From what I can see online is that day trains don't come into Westbahnhof which is close to our hotel. I think they come into Meidling or Südbahnhof Ostbahn. What are our options getting to Westbahnof?
Thanks
Rick

Re: Arriving in Vienna

by bazsi79

If you get off the train at Meidling, you can change there to underground U6 direction Floridsdorf. Westbahnhof is just 4 stops away.

The underground stop connected to Meidling station is called Philadelphiabrücke on the U6.

Re: Arriving in Vienna

by globetrott

tram #18 is going directely from Süd/ostbahnhof to Westbahnhof !
U4 from Meidling to Westbahnhof
it is a pity you really have to look up the trainstation for each and every train that is leaving or arriving in Vienna. they are building a new main trainstation and had the crazy idea to take away the old stations before they have even started to build the new one.
NOT every train from Prague arrives in Meidling, some also arrive Süd/Ostbhf. and you will see that here:
www.oebb.at

Travel Tips for Vienna

1st district - Innere Stadt

by pakistanibrain

The St. Stephen's Cathedral (in German: Stephansdom) is located right in the middle of the 1st district, which itself is right in the middle of Vienna.

The Innere Stadt (that's how the 1st district is called) is full of historic buildings and monuments and is the place where usually Vienna tourists spend most of their time.

Avoid the Queues

by hawkhead

If you know when you are going to visit Schonbrunn, then buy your ticket online. This will avoid lengthy waits to gain entrance. We had been assured that we wouldn't need to buy in advance in November but still had to wait over half an hour, in absolutely freezing winds, before buying our ticket. Not helped by the fact that there were only two ticket wickets open. The queue stretched right out half-way across the courtyard.

First impressions

by iandsmith

This is the first building I noticed in Wien. I took a punt, knowing I was aiming for Stefanplatz, and deliberately went to Schwedenplatz with the idea of walking to Stefanplatz.
I chose this route hoping to see the mighty Danube. In my ignorance not realising that all I was going to see was a side canal with not a lot going for it, especially in winter. So it was that I turned my gaze skyward and saw this wonderful baroque (you'll get bored with that word by the time you've finished these pages!) building with a covered garden on top. Though I yearned to go up and have a look at it, it's one of those things that's not going to happen. Still, it looked terrific from where I stood.

Meet The Bunch...

by coceng

This was the bald one !
Couldn't really remember his name now...
After the dinner, us 4 went to the disco ! Didn't exactly dance the night away...
Matthias left & us 3 went to a cellar, well rather a bar in the cellar...
Nice ambience but it smelled KINKY to me !
NOPE ! Nothing that I want to share with you guys on here...

Summer festivals

by TheWanderingCamel

Austria is a predominately Catholic country and most of the holidays celebrated there are literally Holy Days. In June, the Feast of Corpus Christi on the Thursday following Trinity Sunday celebrates the Christian Eucharist, the Holy Body and Blood of Christ, and in Vienna that celebration is marked with the solemn procession of the Host around the Stephansdom, accompanied by representatives of the various confraternities and lay religious orders, dressed in traditional finery.

A military band taking up its position in front of the Cathedral is the signal that something is about to happen. Crowds gather and the Cathedral bells start to ring out , the great doors of the main entrance swing open and the procession starts with little girls, dressed in white with garlands of flowers in their hair, strewing rose petals in the path the procession will take. Youths in velvet jackets, breeches and plumed hats come next, group after group of men and women in ceremonial dress, then the religious establishment of the Catheral in all the finery and finally the Host is brought out in a golden monstrance and protected by a brocaded canopy. Following on behind come the congregation and so the whole parade makes its way around the Cathedral in a tradition that is hundreds of years old.

The Feast of Corpus Christi has always signalled the beginning of a time of festivity. For the last 20 years in Vienna that has translated into a celebration of music, food and culture known as the Donauinselfest that attracts huge crowds to an island in the Danube for a three day festival, the biggest free event of its kind in Europe.

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Address: Mariahilferstrasse 137, Vienna, A-1150, Austria