Park Inn by Radisson Uno City Vienna

Wagramer Strasse 16 - 18, Vienna, Vienna, 1220, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Kaisermühlen area of Vienna, is near Danube Tower, Donauturm, Donaupark, and Strandbad Alte Donau.
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    Travel Blogs from Vienna

    Tim was right

    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Aug 25, 2014

    25 photos

    ... in conjunction with the Film Festival. Dozens of food stands line the Platz and an enormous screen is in front of the building with ample seating for the viewers. The movie options are mostly cultural classics: operas, ballets, concerts. One of the truly civilized features of festival dining in Vienna is the lack of garbage. Food is served on ceramic plates with stainless flatware, beverages are served in glasses. Wine glasses often require a deposit, but you get it ...

    Beautiful Vienna

    A travel blog entry by emma.dow24 on Jul 07, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... He didn't really say much, slurring his words he took his scarf off and started trying to mop up the bar...that was the cue to leave, catchya mate.

    Bed it was.

    Our last day in Vienna and we are able to spend it with Chanel! Chanel took us on the most beautiful backstreet walk and first stop was the beach themed bagel café (Chanel's a regular). It reminded Chanel and I of the café styles in Australia which seem hard ...

    Rainy day and Phil-harmonious night

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 29, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... There was a famous conductor along with a famous Chinese pianist performing, and I guess they both did a great job, because they sounded great.

    Andy and I hung out there for about an hour and fifteen minutes and then headed off a bit early. We figured that with the thousands of people there, we’d be better off to leave early and get on the metro while we could. Plus, with all the walking I’ve done in the last few ...

    23,458kms and Counting - now in Vienna, Day 3!

    A travel blog entry by mauveme on Sep 21, 2013

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... as there is a flea market only on Saturdays.
    On the way we saw St Stephan's Cathedral which is still going through a clean up. DCD saw it about eight years ago and they were cleaning the facade. The sides were still black - but lovely all the same.
    We then walked though a lane way past Mozart's Museum (to see the next day or so Nana!) on our way to the flea market.
    Walked toward Karl's Church (aka: St Charles's Church) and eventually found the Naschmarkt. Lots of ...

    Vienna to Bratislava

    A travel blog entry by lorievans on Aug 01, 2013

    5 photos

    ... many missing cobblestones, pieces of marble off steps, torn up path, old paint, etc). However, the price of food and goods dropped to half of what it was in Western Europe. The ride the next day from Bratislava to camp in Komarom, just across the Hungarian border was long with not much in the way of sightseeing. This area seems to have been stopped in time, say 1973. Per Wikipedia, Slovakia became an ...