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In Vienna's best-known district, pedestrian boulevards Kärntner Strasse and Graben connect you with landmarks such as the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera), Vienna’s iconic Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral) and the vast compound of Hofburg, the Habsburgs’ former Imperial Palace. Peek down side streets such as Annagasse and Weihburggasse, and Graben’s Seilergasse and Habsburggasse, to get a feel for the centre. The Imperial Apartments and the refreshingly demystifying Sissi Museum are must-dos at Hofburg. Spacious squares such as Am Hof and Freyung often host beautiful seasonal and antiques markets.
This was one of my favourite things that we visited in Vienna. I absolutely loved it - I will admit that the China collection is HUGE so you could get a little tired of it. We did the longer tour of this collection (and probably wouldn't have done if we'd have known just how much we had left to view)....
"Sunday mass in St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna"
reviewed yesterday by Zeynep T
St. Stephen's Cathedral is the symbol of Vienna. It was wonderful to attend Sunday mass in St. Stephen’s Cathedral It's worth a visit to hear the music and see the service. The organ music is divine and the cathedral is an architectural masterpiece. Try to visit this spectacular cathedral, especially on a Sunday morning!
Fabulous, ornate, purpose built, large building stuffed with all manner of artwork that several days' visiting would still leave some exhibits given only a superficial nod. Quite an eclectic range (so something for everyone really), well presented and with plenty of room to wander without some of the scrums you see around some famous works in other museums. Nice cafe...
"The real-life copy of the Library from the Beauty and the Beast"
reviewed 5 days ago by René M
The State Hall is a library like directly from the fairytale the Beauty and the Beast. The wood works are well-preserved and quite a lot of security staff makes sure it stays this way.
There are booths explaining the history of the national library.
$$$$ • Austrian, European, Central European, International
"A mindblowing restaurant in grand style"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Dominic B
This is a truly spectacular restaurant. You have to check in at the casino and show your passport as if you were a casino customer then go up in the glass lift to the restaurant. The staff are polite and immaculately dressed. We a very lovely table. The food was delicious and beautifully presented and the bill was really very...
$$ - $$$ • Cafe, Mediterranean, European, Greek, Central European
"Don't fall into a tourist trip, walk 5 minutes to this Gem"
reviewed 1 week ago by Rich111s
Superb and relaxed service from Edgar, we had an issue initially which he more than sorted out with humour and friendliness,looking after us very well. The food and ambience is fantastic, chic and relaxed, very close to the main tourist area but at the same time a million miles away ! Don't fall for average food and service in a...
We happened across this vegan/vegetarian friendly restaurant on a walk around Vienna and are so glad we did because it provided us with everything we needed and we went back another two evenings, which saved us looking around for another restaurant that could cater for my diet. They provide a separate vegan/vegetarian friendly menu as well as a fish/chicken menu....
Atmosphere and decor are totally on-point. The cuisine is top-notch, really creative, well-presented and tasty, and also very surprising with plays on texture, temperature, consistency in an unexpected way !! A pure pleasure. The service is flawless, friendly but nor familiar, knowledgeable and helpful. A wonderful experience.
$ • Austrian, Fast food, European, Central European
reviewed 6 days ago by Stefan H
Tasty, big portions and the guys there were very helpful. English is not a problem and you can pay by card. They have only a few options in the menu (5 when we ate there) but we definitely were happy with our picks.
The rooms are modern at this friendly and comfortable hotel. The front desk staff assume double duty as concierges, cheerfully making restaurant recommendations and reservations and helping with any manner of requests. Most of the inner city is easily accessible by walking, tram or nearly U-Bahn. Our spacious room featured a sitting area and a window nook for reading. Exterior...
I did not visit the hotel at all but my boss told me: “The best chocolate in Wien is at Hotel Sacher!!!”.
So i went there, bought a box of chocolate and guess what. Every time i visit Wien, i never leave without a chocolate from this Hotel!
You should try at least one and you will be addicted!
"A perfect spot to park yourself while vacationing in Vienna"
reviewed 3 days ago by Shamsah A
I am a total snob when it comes to hotels and have very high expectations of where I stay. Park Hyatt exceeded my expectations. First of all the location is brilliant. It is in the center of everything in Vienna so we could walk to almost every place without difficulty. The hotel is beautiful, so clean, modern and updated. We...
Phenomenal location. My hotel room peers out on the cathedral. It is literally right in my window. I recommend guests eat in the hotel restaurant: again the cathedral is the back drop. The hotel is well appointed and well staffed. We enjoyed our experience. When booking, spend the extra for a room view to the cathedral.
We had a family holiday in Vienna and wanted a good quality hotel near the city centre. We got exactly what we wanted and the quality exceeded our expectations. The room was first rate and the support we got from the hotel staff.