Hotel Falkensteiner Palace

Address: Margaretenstrasse 92, Vienna, Vienna, 1050, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Margareten area of Vienna, is near Inner Ring, Christmas Market (Christkindlmarkt), Filmcasino, and Indoor swimming pools.
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Travel Blogs from Vienna

Passage of Time

A travel blog entry by p2travel on Nov 27, 2014

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The Hoher Markt is Vienna's oldest square and was once a Roman outpost. Centuries later tourists stand where centurions once stood waiting for the noon chimes. Above the square sits the Ankeruhr an art nouveau clock.

Over a twelve hour period figures parade across the time piece. From Marcus Aurelius (the Roman Emperor who died in Vienna ...


A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 20, 2014

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Vienna is a very beautiful, classical music capital of the world. It's a city very different from Paris or London where there's many more things to admire than big landmarks to check off your list. We went to both of the royal palaces, Hofburg and Schonbrunn (the summer palace) but since they were homes to the same royal family, they were pretty similar and they also did not allow pictures. We also saw the silver of the family which was interesting but excessive. ...

I visit the Habsburgs' family pile & other stuff

A travel blog entry by eddyakko on Jul 06, 2014

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... was being the official announcer for each of the musical performances, Ron was a judge in the morning and in the afternoon he held three workshops for the players. They get the blog too so I don't want to embarrass them, but they are an amazing couple! We've just arrived home from another tasty meal (no dessert worth mentioning) - below are some snaps

Talk tomorrow,


A travel blog entry by nanslyn on Jun 06, 2014

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... War. The plaques were on the sides of buildings and on the pavement of sidewalks, briefly listing the pertinent information about the disappeared persons.

We then walked over to a park called Augarten. The gardens were pretty, but the standout feature was a monstrous flak tower, standing 180 feet tall. It was built during the second war world to assist in protecting the city during Allied bombing raids. It is not exactly a beloved landmark, but ...

Then there were two...

A travel blog entry by bigbri58 on May 24, 2014


... passed today were public spaces for playing sports, concerts, boating, biking and walking. The bus dropped us off very close to the hotel and so we came back to wait out the thunder storm. If we have time, we will go to the Royal Treasury to see the jewels.

We obviously need Dan's leadership because we did not take a single picture today!

We had a rest during the thunder storm and headed out again around 6:00. We walked ...