Hotel Gallitzinberg

Address: Johann Staud-Strasse 32, Vienna, Vienna, 1160 Wien, Austria | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Ottakring area of Vienna, is near Kirche am Steinhof, Danube Canal (Donau Kanal), Medl-Bräu, and Ernst Fuchs Museum.
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    Vienna

    A travel blog entry by rogez09 on May 11, 2015

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    ... cake afterwards at a popular cafe. We ten set off on the bus for the Schnaps Museum. Got to learn all about them and try a few too. I even bought one. Can't wait to open it when I get home. From there we set off for schnitzel and screams. A 2 course meal followed by a theme park. We did our 2 included rides. Kerry and I did the ghost ...

    Venice to Vienna

    A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 26, 2014

    Farewell Venice. Out of the Italian cities I enjoyed you the best with your catacombs of streets and canals and no cars to worry about. The adventures you gave us will last for many years. It was a 3 1/2 hours bus ride to Austria border then a 4 hour train ride to Vienna. Delighted to see the mountains again. It reaffirmed how much I love the mountains and open air. It was wonderful to arrive in Austria. Different to Switzerland with more trees covering ...

    Vienna - City of Music and home of the Hapsburgs

    A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 10, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... defeated, Vienna became one of the centrepieces of Europe. From the late 1700's to the early part of the 20th century was Vienna's renaissance. Musicians and academics from all over Europe flocked to the city to enjoy the music, science and arts.

    We finished our tour with a walk through the Greben, past the Holy Trinity Column, built to recognize their survival of the plague in 1679. We passed by St. Peter's church, and high end stores, to the ultimate chocolate shop ...

    All roads lead to Rome, and Venice and Vienna

    A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Aug 14, 2014

    53 photos

    ... stopped it. The solution they devised? Get enough tourists to hold it up while getting a picture taken and she’ll be all good.
















    Just doing our part for the conservation of history.
















    Pisa was a bit of fun. We headed back to Florence for ...

    Cafe Culture

    A travel blog entry by jamie083 on Jun 29, 2014

    16 photos

    ... so much so that the queue was out of the door but we eventually made it in. The flavours were all written in German but we managed to decipher the most delicious ones using our limited knowledge of the language. This place has an outstanding reputation and I can see why, the ice cream was out of this world. Our time in Vienna has been wonderful and I really feel that we have been welcomed into the city in just a couple of days. The architecture is beautiful and ...