Hillinger

Erzherzog Karl Strasse 105, Vienna, Vienna, 1220, Austria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Donaustadt area of Vienna, is near Donaupark, Strandbad Alte Donau, The Danube Wetlands, and Kinepolis im Donau Plex.
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    Travel Blogs from Vienna

    Our furthest point in our holiday

    A travel blog entry by tb1954 on Sep 23, 2014

    31 photos

    ... by an orchestra, singers and ballet dancers. The music played was enjoyable as the scores were well known by most. This concert was held at the Kursalon in Johannesgasse, the third district of Vienna. It sits in the Stradtpark which is a public park with play areas and of course more statues. The most impressive of this is the gold plated one of Johann Strauss. The building itself is rather spectacular with its terraced steps, wide veranda sand large glass ...

    Lock it in Eddie

    A travel blog entry by rhian_of_oz on Sep 02, 2014

    ... an easy way to see some of Vienna. There was a lot of interesting and colourful street art alongside the canal, and the Spittelau Thermal Plant is surprisingly ornamental. We went through two locks during our three (and a half) hour tour, our first experience of something that strikes me as particularly clever. Amazing to think the original concept was derived in medieval times.

    The second was the Hop On Hop Off bus. We jumped on the red line ...

    Sunshine in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 31, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... of the Hofburg Palace- the Winter residence of the Hapsburg family. They are the most famous Imperial family in Austria's history. The one we heard the most about was Empress Maria Theresa who reigned from 1740-1780. Apparently she was the first female ruler (her father had no sons) so she had to really establish her place as ruler and not let her husband take it. She also had 16 children which makes me cringe just thinking about it. Her fifteenth child is probably her ...

    Austria - Vienna

    A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Apr 19, 2014

    1 photo

    ... starting to get out of hand! Tuesday 22nd - today we did a lot of walking! First stop was to Stephansdom cathedral to go inside, turns out there was a service on so we could only see a little bit. The cathedral is very dark and gothic inside, really interesting to see. We continued walking on, passing one horse and cart after another. A coffee stop of course! Then wandered through the main streets of the centre filled with beautiful buildings and statues. ...

    Day 11 - The Great Migration

    A travel blog entry by thesleepysloth on Nov 23, 2013

    ... international airport with no free wifi? Melbourne domestic has free wifi. Not pleased. Its nice to be heading out of Istanbul. We saw most of the big tourist sights and I had a pretty good time, but the food was pretty bad and everything looked dirty. It will be nice to see somewhere new. I think dad would really like it here. Lots of buildings to look at and neighborhoods to walk around. More his sort of area ...