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The Schonbrunn Palace was the summer residence for the Habsburg Imperial Court and government. It was built out of the city, but since then the city has grown out to it, around it, and beyond it. From the city centre it's a few stops on the u-bahn.
In the front courtyard, in one of the side buildings, there is a very smart café where they …
Sight-seeing today included:
Karl's Church from the outside (donating to church upkeep is one thing, but a significant charge to enter a church is quite another).
St Elizabeth Church – so simple and refreshing.
The Belvedere gardens – wonderful formal gardens on a grand scale.
University of Music …
The passenger terminal for the boat trip to Vienna was just a short walk along the river from the hotel. From there, the Twin City Liner travelled for an hour and a half through pretty but not dramatic countryside, past a couple of castles and a town, until it docked in Vienna. It was a very relaxed and easy way to travel, and had the advantage of …
... ascended to rule the Holy Roman Empire and other kingdoms as well, they placed their capital in Vienna and built grand palaces there. The first one we visited, in central Vienna, was the Hofburg Palace. Hofburg Palace was the seat of government for the Hapsburgs, and their winter residence. It now houses the President of Austria. Hofburg Palace is big and imposing but I thought not really that beautiful. The gardens by it were nice, but not comparable in ...
... over 1000 people. As of 2008, the annual operating budget of the Staatsoper was 100 million Euros with slightly more than 50% coming in the form of a state subsidy.The opera company operates a repertoire system: more than 50 productions are staged every year, and there is a performance nearly every day for ten months of the year.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Small room, but value for money in this good location. It's awkward being on different floors of a multi-use building, but ultimately manageable
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