Strandhotel Alte Donau

Address: Wagramer Strasse 51, Vienna, Vienna, 1220, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Donaustadt area of Vienna, is near Danube Tower, Donauturm, Donaupark, and Strandbad Alte Donau.
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    Vienna, Beautiful Vienna!

    A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Jun 23, 2015

    9 photos

    ... capital of the Empire became the capital of the tiny new country of Austria.

    Vienna lost its status as a capital city in 1938 when Austria ceased to exist and became part of Nazi Germany. Under the Nazi regime 65,000 Jewish people were deported and murdered in concentration camps. In April 1945 the Soviets freed Vienna from Nazi control and it was separated from Germany although it remained under Soviet control until 1955.

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    Vienna - City of Music and home of the Hapsburgs

    A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 10, 2014

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    Elegant Vienna (or known as VIEN in German). After two changes of trains from Cesky Krumlov to Vienna and nearly missing one of them, we arrived on time into Franz Josef Bahnhoff. Then we couldn't find the tram that was listed in our hosts's instructions. After searching for the tram, we gave up and found a taxi.

    Oliver was there to greet us. His English is flawless and in no time he had shown us the apt, pointed out the nearby amenities and offered to help us in any way. He ...

    All roads lead to Rome, and Venice and Vienna

    A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Aug 14, 2014

    53 photos

    ... doing the same thing. We jumped on a ridiculously expensive tour so we could skip the line and couldn’t understand much of what our Italian guide had to say thanks to his thick accent. Again, we were left to work it out on our own...

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    Cafe Culture

    A travel blog entry by jamie083 on Jun 29, 2014

    16 photos

    ... this way as we found out that there was much more to do here than we thought. Besides, the city is beautiful and very easy to navigate; we fell in love with it on our evening stroll on the first night of arrival. We had fortunately booked a hostel that was perfectly located next to a metro stop and a huge market, as well as being only a short walk from the centre of the city. It also offered a free walking tour which we joined on the first morning. The guide was ...

    A Sissy Story (23rd-25th June)

    A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 23, 2014

    20 photos

    ... As she grew up she was betrothed to the Emperor but she really didn't want the responsibility of being the Empress. Once she was married she felt like she lost all of her freedom. Later on in life she experienced tragedy. Her daughter died at the age of 2 and later on her son committed suicide at the age of 30. These two events really effected Sissy. It seems that she went into depression and could no longer cope with the life she was supposed to live and the ...