Address: Viriotgasse 5, Vienna, Vienna, 1090, Austria | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located in the Alsergrund area of Vienna, is near Votivkirche, Volksoper, Wagenburg, and Schubert's Birthplace.
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Imperial Dreams & Harsh Realities

A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 17, 2014

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... a Viennese institution. After a bit more exploration of the downtown city streets we realized it was time for real food. After a bit of research, Stephanie led us to an undisclosed location on the metro and as soon as we came back up top we found ourselves on the bank of the Danube. Surprisingly this was the first chance since arriving here that I got to see this much-celebrated waterway. With a bit of hunting and pecking for the address, finally we realized ...

A Looooong Day in Vienna

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 15, 2014

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... tickets for 25 euros.

We had decided to do the Rick Steve's Walking Tour of Vienna. It started at the Opera House and then went across the street to the Cafe Sacher where they serve the famous Sacher Torte, a chocolate cake. We decided to go back there later in the day. Our next stop was Albertinaplatz where we saw the tip of the Hofburg Palace where Maria Christina the daughter of Maria Theresa lived. It now houses the Albertina ...


A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jul 05, 2014

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... now live in subsidised apartments, including 220,000 in council housing. As we neared our drop off point we passed the Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station, a former station of the Viennese Stadtbahn, designed by renowned architect, Otto Wagner. The buildings constructed in the 1890s, as part of his urban rail network, were made of a steel framework with marble slabs mounted on the exterior. He believed buildings of ...

Hofburg Palace

A travel blog entry by nanslyn on May 18, 2014

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Today we learned that most of the Holy Roman Emperors after Charlemagne (747 to 814) were members of the Habsburg family! The Empire peaked in the early 1500's when it included lands from Spain to Holland. Napoleon conquered Austria in 1806, and after that, the Hapsburgs were merely Emperors of Austria. Too bad for the Hapsburgs. Franz Josef was the last Austrian Emperor, ruling until 1916, for ...


A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on May 14, 2014

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... It was awesome! The tour group was then taken to an adjoining room which was beautifully appointed with period furniture where we were served a 3 course meal. I have to tell you that this was the same room that Mozart as a 6 year old did his first public performance for Queen Maria Teresa, unbelievable way to finish the tour. We all felt really privileged to be part of this special place.

We finished the night off with a night cap at the ...