Hotel Sacher Baden

Address: Helenenstrasse 55, Baden, Lower Austria, 2500, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Helenenstrasse 55, Baden, is near Seegrotte Hinterbruhl, Schallaburg, and Palais P. lffy.
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    Travel Blogs from Baden

    Ohhhhh Vienna

    A travel blog entry by birteuk on Jul 15, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... good bye. In fact the only time I saw her was when I arrived. But I didn't leave without another nice breakfast which I managed to save for the journey. And in case you were wondering, I have since thanked her for her hospitality. I got to the station just after 7am and the train was already there. I found my seat and settled in. The thoughts that occurred to me were: 'The real interrail adventure starts now. Did I fill in my ticket right? Will I be kicked off the train? I can't believe ...

    On the beautiful Danube in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by peter_maggie on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... and showing them the sights, at every large town he has 4 tour coach's to take us to the different places. The ships are huge and staff band over backwards to make our holiday as rememberable as possible. We really can't fault anything. Met people that have been on 3 cruises with Scenic Tours.

    As I write this I'm watching the beautiful scenery go by and want to desperately go to the cabin and take photo's.
    Am signing off ~~ till we get to Melk ~~~

    Day 5: A day in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by kkma1387 on Mar 30, 2015

    13 photos

    ... Vienna defended itself against two sieges of the Ottoman Empire, with extensive re-fortification works in the intervening period, commencing the decline of the Turkish Ottoman Empire. During the 19th century, Napoleon took Vienna twice, the first with interest by the Viennese, the second time four years later with significant bloodshed. After Napoleon's defeat in 1814, the Congress of Vienna was held which redrew the map of Europe, dividing up Napoleon's empire. The ...

    Deja Vu - Austria or Serbia?

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 03, 2014

    11 photos

    ... tourists. We ended up spending the majority of the day just walking around the area. There were tons of different museums and exhibits, but we didn't go in any today. Many of the museums or galleries showcase the arts and music and neither of us were too keen to pay to see anything as we weren't that interested to begin with and Vienna can be quite an expensive city. We did see the outside of the house where Mozart was born, which was cool and we ...

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by paulfaci on Aug 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... dad settled into the hotel. I went and did a bus tour (to be completed first thing in the he morning). Vienna is such a clean, well-kept and eclectic city. It's residents are open-minded, however,,not the most friendly. Despite this, I couldn't speak highly enough of the the tour I did. It featured the world's largest palace which contains so many different buildings ...