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The Serviten Quarter is an inner city neighbourhood with many private charms. Popular with French and American expats, Sigmund Freud’s neighbourhood boasts his former practice and apartments, now turned into a museum. Stunning Liechtenstein Garden Palace houses the private art collection of Prince Adam of Liechtenstein. Romantic Strudlhofstiege close to the palace is a fantastic photo spot. With their small independent shops and eateries, the main streets of Liechtensteinstrasse, Porzellangasse and Servitengasse reveal much of this area’s character. Peek into baroque Serviten Church, with its richly decorated dome and walls. At the Old Jewish cemetery in Seegasse you can see one of the most precious cemeteries in Europe with tombstones almost 500 years old.
It was really cool to be in Freud’s apartment. I did the audio guide tour and learned much more than I had anticipated considering I’ve learned about Freud for years in my Psych classes.
There is a cafe down the street that Freud used to frequent that was also really good and worth the half mile walk to after visiting...
I happened upon this new (I believe) museum, near the Freud Museum. Seems to be a labor of love of the proprietor. Very extensive collection regarding three generations of the family, with a CD player to listed to in each room. I did not have a lot of time to spend, so I did not get out of this museum...
We attended a private concert here as part of our Danube cruise itinerary and it really was a highlight. Champagne in the magnificent reception hall with its fabulous artwork and architecture followed by a delightful Viennese concert of well known operatic arias and instrumental pieces in the red marble upstairs room. The pure luxury of these historic buildings is breathtaking....
My husband and I are physicians so we were excited to go to the wax museum at the Medical University of Vienna. While the wax models are impressive and well preserved, the actual exhibit is only a few rooms which can be viewed in under 15 minutes. The obstetrics exhibit can only be seen with a guided tour (extra, 1-2...
We went as a ship excursion for a private showing it was a truly great performance with solo performance of both singing and dancing it has great air conditioning so you can dress up and still feel cool
$$ - $$$ • German, Austrian, European, Central European
"Super local meal "
reviewed 1 week ago by Markh1205
Party of 8, if you want fine dining don’t come, if you want traditional Viennese food come!
Beef carpaccio, garlic soup to die for were for.
Mains, pork, steak, liver, black pudding.
Washed down with 4 bottles of wine.
250 Euro for 8!
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$$ - $$$ • European, Central European, Contemporary
"Lovely food, lovely people"
reviewed July 8, 2018 by JMac311
We ate our last dinner in Vienna at Das Kolin before returning to the states. The food was great - fresh ingredients (including wild game harvested by the owners of the restaurant), beautifully presented and the service was great. Unlike many European restaurants where the wait staff can be indifferent/non-attentive, the staff at Das Kolin checked on our party several...
$$ - $$$ • Austrian, Central European, Contemporary
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Cancus
On our last night in Vienna we decided on this restaurant, mostly on the basis of Yelp and TripAdvisor reviews, but also because we had walked all day and this place was very close to our Airbnb.
It was excellent! We started with the daily creamed lentil soup and shared the pork schnitzel and a goulash and potato dish. All...
I admitted that I went in because of the concept of the restaurant: fair price concept. You pay how much you think they deserve.
It turned up to be very good buffet style indian food (but not as spicy as I expect maybe because to tailor with local preference).
The lassi tasted like yoghurt drink instead of the real lassi....
From the minute we checked in until the day we left everything was amazing. The staff was not only friendly but so helpful with making reservations and directions. The breakfast buffet was delicious and the high tea offered every afternoon was an added bonus! Clean, comfortable and a great location.
My son and I stayed at the Hilton Vienna Plaza for a long weekend to enjoy the sights of Vienna. We had a wonderful stay. The staff were very courteous and friendly. The Executive Lounge provided a good breakfast and light dinner option. I would stay here again.
We visited this hotel for a 4 night stay from 5th September. We were very pleased with the location and the services of the hotel. We found our rooms to be clean and comfortable. Two of our party had to change their room as there was a distinct smell of smoking in it, but the hotel were very accommodating about...
This is a pleasant hotel situated in a quiet cul-de-sac. Although comparatively small, it has everything you’d expect from a good hotel - helpful staff, ample clean rooms, great shower and toiletries, a well-stocked mini-bar, and a generous and interesting breakfast.
The only downside while I was there was that the air-conditioning in the rooms wasn’t working. The staff were...
Had two nights here recently in a double for single use. Room was on the top floor and at first tricky to find the room as you need to go through two doors from the lift. Being on the top floor (7th), with only one elevator, you always had a long wait to get anywhere so was a bit annoyed...