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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.
The sigmund Freud museum in Vienna was something we were looking forward to. Although the reviews were not promising, we went - just to know what can possibly be in a museum such as this!
The museum as such is very small. We had to wait outside in a queue as only a certain number of people are allowed inside...
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...
"Fantastic collection of paintings and furniture !"
reviewed 5 August 2017 by Mont B
Try to get there - you will not be disappointed. The paintings are impressive but the unique furniture collection is a jem - including the most expensive piece of furniture ever sold. It is useless to try to describe it - just go and see it.
As part of our Scenic river cruise, we were treated to a lovely evening concert here by the Vienna Imperial Orchestra and friends. The concert hall was impressive and the music and song were well done.
$$ - $$$ • Austrian, Central European, Contemporary
"A feeling of authenticity and tasty food"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by Marco V
Rebhuhn serves Austrian specialities and it keeps a feeling of authenticity, unlike many places in central Vienna a bit too oriented to tourists. We have been twice and all the dishes we have tried were tasty and well made. To be recommended!
$$ - $$$ • Austrian, European, Central European, German
"Cosy, traditional, inexpensive"
reviewed 1 week ago by Ortrud
Recent reviews encouraged us to try this restaurant, ten minutes from where we were staying. My chicken schnitzel was the hugest ever, 2-3 times the size you might expect, and a heap of boiled potatoes all for 7.80. Old-fashioned Viennese décor, pleasant service, prices obviously very reasonable. Not too busy on a Friday night but a group of senior locals...
$$ - $$$ • European, Central European, Contemporary
"Feel like home"
reviewed 5 weeks ago by Nina I
We went there Friday night . The food was delicious and the apple strudel oh you have to try it. The taste was completely different from the typical apple strudel!!
The staff was very friendly and polite.
"A cheap and very good Pakistan restaurant in Vienna"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by 989lyla2017
The food was simple but extremely good. The policy of the place is to let you pay according to how much you think is fair price for what you got. Usually very crowded, especially in the periods when students of the university have classes. The part downstairs doesn't look super clean, though.
This is a lively restaurant that serves excellent food. The only reason I rate it very good (and not excellent) is because there was an error in ordering my food. However, mistakes can always be made and I have every intention of returning there. It is not especially cheap, but the outstanding quality of the food makes up for that.
"Lovely Boutique hotel great rooms and very good service"
reviewed 4 days ago by enigma_rob
We travel quite often so know a good hotel when we see one, and this is one. Beautifully decorated in an understated contemporary style, the rooms are spacious for a city hotel and tastefully decorated in lovely condition. The service from the reception right through to the restaurant was exceptional
We booked this hotel because my partner is a loyal Hilton Honors member and got the HH rate. I often hesitate booking an American hotel abroad, since I don't want to feel like I'm in America when I'm someplace foreign. Well, this place is perfect - the great beds, bathrooms, space and amenities of an upscale Hilton, but still with...
this stylish hotel is located just outside the citycentre in a nice and quiet neighborhood near Schottenring. Metro in front of the hotelentrence, and walking distance from airport bus shuttle. Beds were fine, and airco excellent without any noice. Bathroom is spacious, very clean and provided with all amenities. Washroom is apart. The rooms are spacecious, with high ceiling. T.v....
Even if thy have many WiFi access points, the coverage was not reaching my room. I asked for a new one and they arrange it very quick for me. Nice service. Rooms are big and clean. Shower is good. Breakfast buffet is OK.
This is a very good hotel. The rooms are quite spacious and clean, and the beds are comfortable. The staff are friendly and helpful, and the Wi-Fi worked well. It is located in a side street, opposite university buildings, and the nearest tram stop is about a 5-minute walk away (Schottentor Ubahn Station is about a 15-minute walk away). There...