• “…Wireless connection was very good and without any limitations or restrictions (time, number of devices etc)…”

  • “…Hospitality of Alexandra, and her keeness on making sure the stay was best enjoyed…”

  • “…The snack and drinks room it's a very good idea, you are able to get these things for a reasonable price…”

  • “…Quiet location, safe parking and friendly helpful staff all within reach of the centre of Vienna…”

  • “…The size of the room, the cleanliness, the plentiful and fresh breakfast (the cakes were excellent)…”

  • “…I like the way the owner treats the guest like a family…”

  • “…Refrigerator and microwave available, Billa is very close to hotel, 3 restaurants as well…”

  • “I already lived in a lot of hotels and pensions worldwide, but this was really good…”

  • “…Refrigerator and microwave available, Billa is very close to hotel, 3 restaurants as well…”

  • “…The price versus quality is very good…”

  • “…She was very helpful with calling sightseeing and confirming my budapest trip over the phone…”

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Vienna – The world metropolis

© Österreich Werbung, Fotograf: Popp G.The capital of Austria is characterized primarily by history and tradition. If one goes to "Sisi's footsteps" through the city you will discover numerous buildings and monuments of the former Danube monarchy. The former power of the gigantic empire is felt when visiting the Habsburg city.

In all the history of Vienna, it is a modern European capital but with an extremely high quality of life. Numerous parks and green spaces invite you to relax. The famous Viennese coffee specialties you can get at almost every corner in one of the many coffee houses in the city. Be enchanted with a buggy from Viennese charm.

There is much to see, apart from huge castles with its parks, there are also churches, museums and a very lively city, where you can stroll to your heart's content. The City is also ideal for shopping.

With 400 km ², Vienna it is the smallest state (part) of Austria, but with over 1.6 million inhabitants, the most populous city in the country. Vienna is divided into 23 districts, which, starting from 1st district, the Inner City (also called “center”) arranged in a circle around it. We recommend to use the numbers of the community districts and not be guided by their names, as do also the "real" Viennese.

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