Hotel Wiener Kindl
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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... Heumarkt in the Landstraße third district. There are a number of statues and the park is full of benches, providing numerous opportunities to grab a seat for a rest.
In the park, we saw the gilded bronze monument of Johann Strauss. It was unveiled to the public on 26 June 1921 and is framed by a marble relief made by Edmund Hellmer. On this occasion the Vienna Philharmonic ...
... cultural and musical heritage attracts around 5 million tourists every year, and the city plays host to numerous conventions and international organizations including the UN. The entire city centre has even been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site! During our short stay, we also visited the Votive Church (which bizarrely enough was the result of a failed assassination attempt on Emperor Franz Joseph in the 19th Century) and St Stephen's Cathedral, famed for ...
Can u believe it my girlfriend Terry flew from London to Vienna to meet me and we had four glorious days exploring this romantic picturesque city. Stayed in pension Nossek right in the centre of town on Graben 1. Great place to be so close to the Cathedral which was a good point of reference when we got lost.
We explored the amazing food markets - totally mind boggling displays of every kind of food you could imagine. ...
... the latest exhibition and indeed is displayed in giant form on the steps leading up to the museum.
In addition to the artwork on display, we also had a chance to view several rooms that were furnished in the style of the time of Maria Christina and Albert. The most enjoyable part of this was a great hall where life size statues of the nine muses were displayed.
Following our enjoyable visit to the Albertina we headed for our tram ...
Monument Against War and Fascism
The Monument Against War and Fascism consists of four thought-provoking statues.The split white monument, The Gates of Violence, remembers victims of all wars and violence, including the 1938–1945 Nazi rule of Austria.
Standing directly in front of it, you're at the gates of ...