Strawberry Youth Hostel Mittelgasse
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Vienna
We woke up quite late today as we were so tired from travelling again and hadn't planned much today anyway.
Our first stop was the nearby train station (Westbahnhof, not Meidling which was the one we had arrived at) to deal with tickets and train times for tomorrow. The man at the information point wasn't very helpful - he gave us a …
Today was the day we moved on from Prague, feeling quite sad to say goodbye to it! We got ready quickly, had some chocolate spread on toast & handed our key in before heading off to catch the tram to the train station! I felt very uneasy on the tram this time, feeling like we were sticking out like a sore thumb for the first time - a …
We woke none too early on the Wednesday with heavy, aching legs. My head felt little better. We took a walk around Vienna taking in the Stadtplatz and the famous statue of Strauss, St.Stephan's Dom, the Hofburg Palace and surrounding area. I was totally blown away by the beauty and grandeur of the place and the overwhelming proximity of so many …
Hello and welcome. Thanks again for all your kind messages of support. It's been all fun and games since leaving Passau. I made the most of the 36Euros i'd spent on the hotel room by stuffing myself with bread rolls and jam. Eggs, tomatoes and green peppers. Chocolate spread... I called by Sam's internet cafe in Passau - THE best internet cafe I've …
Vienna is the center of classical music. It has imperial architecture; large stunning buildings with courtyards full of cafes fill the streets. At times it was difficult to take a step back to enjoy the grandeur of the buildings. I found this city completely overwhelming. The shopping is expensive and can be 3 times more than just across the border …
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
This was a clean, simple and friendly hostel with everything we needed (added bonus, it had a fridge in the room which meant we could chill drinks and things which we found to be very useful!). The staff were friendly, there were computers you could use for free and individual rooms with their own bathrooms. A little bit of a walk from central Vienna but only about 5 minutes or so from the train station so very convenient for Interrailers!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.