Mercure Grand Hotel Biedermeier Wien

Address: Landstrasser Hauptstrasse 28, Vienna, Vienna, 1030, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Landstraße area of Vienna, is near Hundertwasserhaus, United Nations Complex, Bruckner Statue, and Concentus Musicus Wien.
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    The weekend I survived Budapest and Vienna (pt. 2)

    A travel blog entry by brookieb on Feb 09, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... s and ordered a round of jager I was trying to be adventurous. Nothing super exciting happened after that, but meeting new people is pretty cool and I'm getting really good at it.

    To sum up this trip, I guess I can just cross Vienna off of the bucket list. If I were ever to visit Austria again, I would love to actually visit the countryside and stay in a cute little bed ...

    Austrian Park Explorer

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 08, 2014

    8 photos

    ... were once again hit with the majesty of a cathedral. We noticed one of the coolest donation boxes that we have ever seen it was a clear model of the church itself. The window along the sides where Plain Square grates in design but at the end above the altar was a very impressive glass window. The columns were littered with small statues and small worship areas were created off to the sides.

    We left the church and walked our way to the modern art museum. Inside we found ...


    A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor on Apr 05, 2014

    14 photos

    ... for its time. After the pavilion, we went to the Sezession building designed by Joseph Olbrich. The building was built in 1897 and was extremely modern for its time, the major feature is an ornamental metal shrub in the shape of a sphere. Inside the building we saw the Beethoven Frieze painted by Gustav Klimt which is a painting inspired by Beethoven's 9th symphony. We saw a couple other cool buildings on Friday, but I won't get into detail because ...

    The Imperial City

    A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Nov 23, 2013

    19 photos

    ... collections of Egyptian hieroglyphic tablets and frescoes, the paintings of Italian, French, Dutch and other masters, an exhibition of the works of Lucian Freud (grandson of Sigmund, the father of modern psychology) and an immense collection of coins and miniature portraits. Apart from the latter, which had no English signage and was thus fairly meaningless to me, I was able to wander about on no particular path through the collections to the pieces that most appealed to me, ...

    343 Stairs and a Trip to the woods

    A travel blog entry by kate.pontbriand on Sep 07, 2013

    7 photos

    ... churches. The pictures in the library are in an old palace that was converted into a school. My camera died while we were in the first palace so I missed out on taking pictures of the other cool places I went. We visited Belvedere Palace again which was really beautiful. It was a perfect day and surprisingly warm out. After Belvedere, we walked down to a monument to some Russian soldiers and sat around a fountain for a little while. ...