Parkhotel Schonbrunn Austria Tren

Address: Hietzinger Hauptstrasse 10-2, Vienna, Vienna, 1130, Austria | Hotel
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Cultural experience

A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jun 24, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

Local tour guide Isle. Schonbrunn Palace (means beautiful fountain) and Gardens finished in 1696, took the Hapsburg family 60 years to build finished by Empress Maria Theresa for her 16 children. The Palace has 1441 rooms and 1500 staff. Called the summer palace habited from April to September the monarchy ended in November 1918. The Palace is now …


A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Feb 20, 2015

... Vienna. Cultural eating Weinerschnitzel (literally Vienna Schnitzel) Wiener/Frankfurts (boiled sausage created by a man in Vienna aka Wein who was born in Germany...specifically Frankfurt) Goulash (the Hapsburgs used to be based in Prague and ruled the Austrio-Hungarian empire, and loved goulash so much that they bought it to Austria when they moved residence to Vienna) Vienna coffee with cake (4 different cakes at least) Strudel Boiled beef - ...

This Ain't the Holiday Inn

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jan 23, 2015

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... Hotel in Cesky Krumlov for view of castle and Marriott Hotel in Vienna (July 2013, just before the move) for view of Stadtpark. Honorable mention to Amalia Hotel in Athens for view of park. Worst view - Rembrandt Hotel in Bucharest for view of decrepit wall. Largest hotel room - Hotel Maleho Vitka, Cesky Krumlov. Smallest hotel room - Rome Marriott (December 2012). Most elegant - Hotel Concordia in Venice. Most elaborate - Buddha Bar suite in Budapest. Most ...

4 days in Vienna

A travel blog entry by thevans2014 on Jun 26, 2014

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... around the older areas and chalked up another 14kms. The city is full of ornate buildings, fountains, monuments etc which are generally kept in pristine condition. There is no shortage of high fashion houses, expensive jewellery shops, Mercedes taxis and well dressed women!! The number of cafes is in keeping with Melbourne and an indication that Vienna is also regarded as one of the top coffee cities of the world We enjoyed traditional ...

Vienna really is a beautiful city

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 22, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... dry, but it is a must do in Vienna.

It was very hot, and there were lots of people out enjoying the parks and cafes.

We wandered through rose-filled parks and gardens, then caught a tram to Schloss Belvedere which was finished in 1723, and home to the Habsburg dynasty. As it was so hot, we stopped at the Menagerie Bistro. Terry had an ice-cream, I had a refreshing bowl of watermelon ...