Hotel Stasta

Address: Lehmanngasse 11, Vienna, Vienna, 1235, Austria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Liesing area of Vienna, is near Austrian National Library (Nationalbibliothek), Wotruba Kirche, Golf Club Wienerberg, and Glasfabrik.
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Travel Blogs from Vienna


A travel blog entry by joyous9 on May 16, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... open plaza. St Stephens Cathedral dominates the very Centre and of course Mozart still exists in many forms, particularly chocolate. There is a Magnificent opera house and concert halls everywhere and there is so much history and the palace belonging to the Hapsburg
Dynasty containing priceless treasures - also ...

What a grey day

A travel blog entry by jogo on Dec 15, 2014

77 photos

... 2 people) and I got a very nice bag and package.

Afterwards we walked some more through the streets and we passed the town hall. It was cool. In front of the town hall there is the Christmas market and in the town hall there is a huge room with several small wooden boxes where the children can explore and create Christmas presents (whilst the parents relax outside or inside). All the time I was in Vienna, I always had the feeling that it is a very child friendly place and I ...

Imperial Dreams & Harsh Realities

A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 17, 2014

98 photos

... from the rest of us to finish it since Europe isn’t exactly known to hand out doggie bags. After dinner we went around the corner to St. Stephen's cathedral and went inside for a look. This cathedral is basically the centerpoint of downtown and perhaps the most recognizable building in the city. We paid a couple of Euros to take an elevator up to a viewing platform (thankfully it was not stairs after that meal!) where you could get a birdseye view of ...

Kurzen Schlaft, kurzen Tag (short sleep, short day

A travel blog entry by zolina on Sep 14, 2014

5 photos

... horses did some mind-boggling tricks. Some were with rider, some were without:

  • The Croupade: the horse would leap up in the air, with all legs bent under its belly. It would often do this multiple times before doing the next move.
  • The Capriole: the horse would again leap up into the air, simultaneously kicking out the front and back legs
  • "Hopping": the horse would stand on it's rear legs, hopping in place. This move was often done ...

Venice to Vienna

A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 29, 2014

7 photos

... half, and a male solo in the second. They also sang a duet in each half. As well we had two items of ballet. The dance, to the Blue Danube Waltz, was breathtakingly beautiful. Even Peter admitted it nearly brought tears to his eyes. This palace was where Mozart performed as a child prodigy, 6 year old, then later lived there and wrote many of his famous tunes. Following the show we ...