Springer Schlossl Hotel

Address: Savoyenstrasse 2 , Vienna, Vienna, 1120, Austria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Hernals area of Vienna, is near St. Peter's Church (Peterskirche), Kirche am Steinhof, Danube Canal (Donau Kanal), and Ernst Fuchs Museum.
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    Day 4: Ingolstadt to Vienna (304 miles)

    A travel blog entry by kkma1387 on Mar 29, 2015

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    ... lounge for refreshments and alcohol. I suspect sightseeing will have to wait until tomorrow. As the evening wore on and the free bubbles and cocktails flowed we made plans for the coming days in and around Vienna. At 8pm we made our way to the opulent Bar Émile where we had an amazing meal of burrata with tomato ragoût to start, then a traditional Austrian dish of chicken and dumplings with a bell pepper sauce. The dumplings were a bit stodgy for my taste but ...

    Schnitzel, strudel and Strauss

    A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Oct 26, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... Apparently Austria is also short of money.The tour started on the banks of the Danube where Slovinia is only 60km away. The empire was much bigger under the reign of Marie Therese who had 16 children and was Empress 250 years ago for 40 years. An emperor Franz Joseph ruled for 68 years until 1916Vienna had two ring roads, one in the centre of town that is 5 km long and encircles all the main buildings. There used to ...

    Eine Kirche, Schloss, seltsam Wohnung, und Spaß!

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Sep 16, 2014

    73 photos

    ... we took our time walking through the large garden between the Upper and Lower Belvedere. There were more cool statues, although I got really annoyed at these Asian tourists taking 10 million pictures of themselves in front of the statues, posing like models, one at a time. Thankfully they finally moved on. There was one spot in the garden where they had put a large mirror, allowing you to take a selfie with you and the Upper Belvedere reflecting in the mirror, and the Lower ...

    The Viennese Succession & Otto Wagner

    A travel blog entry by telket on Sep 08, 2014

    24 photos

    This was a day which took us from the Succession Building in downtown Vienna to the scenic Vienna Woods and the elegant suburban area of Gloriettegasse. The Successionist architecture we saw during today's excursion began just prior to the 20th century and combined the influences of Art Nouveau eventually leading up to pre-Art ...


    A travel blog entry by stephmac on Jul 12, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... 15 year old Sisi. Sisi never wanted to marry into this sort of family. She was often criticised for her lack of dedication to her Duchess duties. However one thing she did do was help develop the dual Monarchy between Austria and Hungary. She often travelled to Hungary alone to escape her life that she found sufficating in Austria. She was depressed for most of her life. She was obsessed with her physical appearance. She had a ...