Strawberry Youth Hostel Mittelgasse
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Strawberry Youth Hostel Mittelgasse
TripAdvisor Reviews Strawberry Youth Hostel Mittelgasse Vienna
Travel Blogs from Vienna
Guten tag This stop was a bit random, we didn't really know much about the city before we came here but figured since we were so close we'd pop in for a couple of nights! It's a beautiful city, if the weathers good. And it's not. There are so many parks and really nice outdoor areas but its pretty cold today and rainy and today is our only real day here since we only had a couple of hours after we arrived yesterday and leave first thing in the morning for ...
... in Beaune in Burgundy.
We also stopped off at a café for a coffee and pastry as part of the tour, and generally wandered the narrow streets close to the centre of town. It was Ok but not as good an experience of what we migh have had if she had chosen the "cat" caffee instead. We stumbeled across this cafe in a small side street. All the windows were from floor to ceiling and covered in mesh, with chairs and boxes grouped around the inside. ...
... are immaculate in their suits, piped music throughout and chandeliers everywhere. We go to our room on the 8th floor and looks out over the gardens. Our room was a bit disappointing as it was small but extremely well furnished.
We popped down stairs for a coffee and to await our local tour host and to Julie's shock and horror our very fancy hotel does not have free wifi! So much for glamour.
After meeting our tour guide contact, we went ...
... the cathedral a kind of disco or 1960s look which wasn't appealing to us. The weird lighting made it difficult to see much of the detailed carvings, etc. And visitors couldn't just wander around within it. It was free to enter, but to get close to the altar, the apse, and other parts of the church, we'd have had to pay -- which we didn't want to do. From the outside, it's really beautiful, with a roof made of colored tiles laid ...
... the toilet and it wasn’t very specials, there was a few odd decorated tiles on walls. There was a little shopping area inside which was quite surreal – little stalls selling souvenirs and fruit/veg etc, the floor was very uneven and kept tripping up. Lots of random trees and fountains everywhere. There was penny machine but was broken. We walked back very quickly to the bus as we realised we didn’t have much time left. On the way back to the bus, we did stop off at ...