Hotel Atlas

Address: Lerchenfelderstrasse 1-3, Vienna, Vienna, 1070, Austria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Neubau area of Vienna, is near Parlament, Wiener Residenzorchester Veranstaltungs GmbH, Volkstheater, and Spittelberg.
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    A travel blog entry by terrence.europe on Aug 11, 2015

    8 photos

    ... we also went to another bar called travel shack. It was a Australian run bar and a pretty good time. I met a few British blokes from Bristol. Monday morning I slept in and missed the walking tour. I took a train to Frankfurt which was pretty much my whole day. -Terrence ...


    A travel blog entry by joyous9 on May 22, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... different and houses were generally of better quality.
    The main railway station in Prague has kept a lot of its old decorations and the new hall takes care of the hustle and bustle but the platforms themselves look as if they were almost original.
    However in Vienna there is a new central railway station complex which only opened last year and is connected by Travelator and tunnels to the ...

    Vienna to Prague

    A travel blog entry by mandyhebert on Jan 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... so one architect hung himself and the other died of a heart attack a few months later (talk about taking your work seriously!! Okay, bad joke). People said the opera looked like an elephant digesting it's food (odd analogy). During WWII, the allies actually bombed it thinking it was a train station, and sure enough the Viennese ended up missing the opera and insisted it be rebuilt the exact ...

    Our first day sightseeing and shopping in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by fitchett on Sep 23, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... on a seat enjoying the bustle of the city and we noticed that the shop had clocks that would fascinate children up to around 90 years – including a buzzy bee clock.

    We first had a look at the Augustinerkirche, and then went on to the National Library, which was constructed in the early 18th century by Fisher von Erlach for (Emperor) Charles VI. In addition to the ceiling decoration ...

    Rain, rain go away

    A travel blog entry by rhian_of_oz on Sep 01, 2014

    2 photos

    ... and needing to recheck the map eleventy billion times. Once there all we did pretty much was book things to do tonight and tomorrow. We did have tea and cake (Sacher of course) which cheered me up a bit as the rain and the walk had me feeling a bit grumpy.

    We managed to navigate the U-bahn without difficulty and founwe had a quick bite to eat and Gordon had his first beer in Europe. We're about to head out for an evening of culture.