Hotel Blaue Donau

47 Fakahri Taborstrasse, Vienna, Vienna, 1020, Austria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vienna

Waltzing through Vienna

A travel blog entry by jklezok


... us to ride the subway and trams for the three days. It also gave us some discounts to the museums. This is a great way to go in Vienna, no need to drive. We even took the subway (or underground) to Schonbrunn Palace outside the city. This is also where the zoo is. All this for a small price. Their transit system is quick, clean, efficient, easy to follow and with connections that are on time. I don't think we waited for more than 3 minutes for a subway! Toronto....take note....this ...

Taking on Europe - Vienna

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... of food the locals buy. Accidentally bought some chocolate muesli instead of fruit one, plus some amazing bread goods and pretzels. Had a bit of a mare trying to work out how to ask for a bag to put it in as the guy just started swiping everything through and piling it up at the end of the checkout. We quickly scrambled and found some large bags to purchase and crammed everything in. We saw everyone else packing their stuff into their own bags so assumed it must be the normal ...

Royalty, reminiscing and ruckus

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... around the 1st quarter. We saw fancy shopping streets (accidentally falling into Tiffany & Co. and the most fancy H&M ever!), a life-sized cake that looked like a princess, the Hofburg Palace, many museums and the National library. One of the highlights was walking past the Spanish Riding School where they train the Lipizzan horses. The trainers just so happened to be moving the horses across the street, so we got to see them up ...

Last Day in Vienna

A travel blog entry by holdfast


... district. Vienna has a huge shopping district that goes for ever down this main street just outside if the inner city. We go to the department store suggested to us but he hotel staff and wow. This place is huge. Over six floors and you could easily fit the SCG on each floor. Well nearly anyway. We get what we need and a few things for the kids and we're off. We were going to visit the Hofburg Treasury where they have the crown jewels of Austria ...

Discovering Vienna

A travel blog entry by txherrins


What can I say about Vienna, this city of almost two million people and home of Mozart, Beethoven, and Sigmund Freud? It is beautiful with its palaces, fountains, Ringstrasse lined with monuments, parks and fine buildings. This is our first visit to this historical city, and I am overwhelmed by its vast cultural offerings and excitement. Our group even sees the ...


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