Mercure Josefshof Wien

Josefsgasse 4-6, Vienna, Vienna, 1080, Austria | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Vienna

    New meets old in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 17, 2014

    11 photos

    ... free food for 33 euros, including a glass of wine for Jim. It was a lucky find- we were getting quite tire, hungry and crabby when we found this place. We felt refreshed and energized after our meal- not stuffed and sluggish. We continued in the ring road, past the Parliament building which was incredibly ornate with fountains, statues and looked like a Greek pantheon. Passing the museum we'd been to earlier in the afternoon, we headed into a Museum section on the way back up ...

    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. ...

    Coffee, Cake, and Music Nerd-Out

    A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Sep 03, 2013

    ... to head off on my own. After consulting my map and my not-horrible sense of direction, I made it to the other side of the city and visited the Schoenberg Center, which had definitely been on my to-do list. A composer as well as an artist, this building held an exhibit devoted to Schoenberg. I was mainly interested in the library (which was conveniently free of charge) and just sat among the rows and rows of music on Schoenberg, ...

    Day 2 of river trip.

    A travel blog entry by lbhendy on Aug 20, 2013

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... Red Bull.
    Unemployment is 4.8%.
    if we want to clean up the monuments it seems you need a laser cleaner, not a stihl water blaster that we were going to use.
    To buy an apartment in the city is is 23-30,000E / sq m and to rent you pay also by the sq m @ 2000E.
    We then went off and saw the remaining sights we wanted to see and photograph. Visited Beethoven - he has a very humble square he sits in, almost hidden; saw ...

    Vienna - Whole Day

    A travel blog entry by ellie_wright92 on Jul 13, 2013

    ... to see all the cadavers and different exhibits - felt like I was in the GAF though. We also saved 10 euro here by getting in for free because the man thought we were 19 years old lol. After this we went to the markets and bought a whole lot of fresh market food like stuffed olives, stuffed artichoke, stuffed mushrooms, stuffed onion, dormanthes, bread, cheese, hummus and avocado dip. Found a cute place in the park to set up camp and ate it under a cute tree. Then went to ...