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Vienna is the capital of Austria and Waltz capital of the world. It consists of 23 districts which all have unique features.
If you are looking for a hostel in Vienna, focus on the districts 1 to 9 since they are the inner city ones with most attractions. The most central but also most expensive is district 1 (Inner City) which boasts with shopping, museums and, of course, the famous Staatsoper (state opera). By the way, standing room tickets are sold on the day of performance and will cost you only 2 euros!
If you are looking for a cheaper Vienna hostel option, districts 5 (Margareten), 6 (Mariahilf), and 7 (Neubau) are your best bet. All three of them are equally beautiful and still close to the city center. It will barely take you 10 minutes to get to the center from your hostel by bus or tram. If you have time, visit a Heuriger (a typical Austrian restaurant that serves hearty food and wine) in one of the outlying districts.
Public transport is readily available and a fast and convenient way to get to your Vienna hostel and around. Try walking as much as you can though to enjoy stunning architecture and the Vienna way of live. Another fun way to get around in the city center is to take a horse carriage which is particularly pleasant on a sunny day. To get to your hostel in Vienna from the airport, just take a fast train (CAT) which departs frequently from the city center.
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Wombat's City Hostel Vienna - The Base
"Wombat's City Hostel Vienna - The Base is located in the neighbourhood of the Vienna west station. This chain hostel is nicely decorated and organised, and you get a free welcoming drink when you check in. However, this hostel tends to charge you extra on top of the bed. They promote the breakfast that actually comes with a cost and when you check in, charge for using laundry, and have a private bar selling drinks and so on. And they even...
"Hostel Ruthensteiner is a well-run, very large facility with all the amenities required by the large and diverse crowd of backpackers that fill its rooms. Though too large to have much of a character, this hostel offers friendly service, clean facilities, a bustling hub, and excellent amenities. The Location The hostel is fairly easy to find and incredibly convenient for the city. Located only five minutes from one of the largest tram...
Westend City Hostel
"Westend City Hostel is big, close to the main train station, and easily reachable by metro and tram, although it's not so close to the city center. The lobby crew is polite and able to answer your questions about the city. Some issues may be quite annoying, like closing the elevator at 10 p.m., but it is still possible to deal with that. The Location From the west train station, the biggest in Vienna, it is easy to find the hostel, it's...
"The location of Believe-It-or-Not is easily reached by the underground subway via the main train station, and is right in the heart of the museum quarter, which is ideal if you want to see amazing architecture and/or art in various forms. It is also located directly off of a main street, so restaurants, markets, shops, and bars are within a five-minute walk. Walking to the museum quarter and downtown Vienna is no problem at all, and one...
Strawberry Summer Hostel Vienna
"Almost a hotel - Easily one of the best hostels I ever was. You get extremely good value for the price. The rooms are almost like in a hotel." … "This hostel is really nice -- it used to be a hotel so it's fully equipped in each room with a fridge, your own bathroom, and tons of closet space. There is a really nice authentic austrian restaurant nearby that is cheap and has the best schnitzel I had in all of europe! The location is...
Hostel Vienna Hütteldorf
"A vacation experience can sometimes be a matter of timing; after spending the previous week at party hostels in Berlin and Munich, we were ready for the bucolic nature and relative calmness of the HI - Vienna - Hostel Hütteldorf. The check-in is fast and friendly. We were processed and in our room within ten minutes of arriving. The Location This hostel is located in the Hüttledorf area, in the outskirts of Vienna. Hüttledorf Station is...
HI - Vienna - Palace Hostel Schlossherberge
Schlossherberge am Wilhelminen
"The Palace Hostel - Schlossherberge probably offers the best view of Vienna. It is located little bit away from the city centre, on a hill, overlooking the city. The view is absolutely gorgeous. This hostel has the feel more of a hotel than a hostel. The hostel is more of a quiet, family-oriented hostel than a party/social hostel. From the city, you will need to take U3 (underground Orange line) to Ottakring (end of the line) then bus 46...
Brigittenau Hostel - Vienna
"Excellent - they have new rooms with private facilities and no bunk beds for a sensational price." … "This place is quite good! They have two buildings, and I was fortunate enough to stay at the smaller, newer one across the road. A friend and I got a big 2-person room, with a shower and toilet. I believe I paid something like 17,50 euro, or something. The location is ok. It's just a walk to the U-bahn (Handelskai) or take the...
Do Step Inn
"Really nice - This hostel was very clean and comfortable, everybody was cool and the location was very nice. You get a glass of wine upon checking in. We didn't need to walk too much to go to the train station, to go to restaurants or to go to museums and other places. The attendants always helped indicating restaurants and places we should visit. I had no problems there and I really recommend this hostel." … "Good location and clean...
Myrthengasse Hostel Vienna
"Excellent - Easily approachable. It was very clean and good value for money. The staff were helpful and friendly. The breakfast was plentiful, with a good choice and all-you-can-eat. It was hot though when we visited and since there are no fans sometimes it got a little uncomfortable at night. I would recommend this hostel to my friends and would choose to stay here again." … "Very good - One of the good hostels I saw, adequate...
Wombat's City Hostel Vienna - The Lounge
"The newest Wombat's location -- Wombat's City Hostel Vienna - The Lounge -- is up to the chain's usual standards. The place has a lively atmosphere that is great for meeting people. And you even get a coupon for a free drink when you arrive! The Location The hostel is located only a couple of minutes walk from Westbahnhof station, which provides metro, tram, and intercity train access. By transit, the main attractions in the city centre...
MEININGER Vienna Central Station
"Meininger City Hostel & Hotel Vienna was the cheapest available hostel we could find in Vienna at the time of booking. Meininger is a very modern hostel located in a new and upcoming part of the city. The Location The hostel is located within close proximity of the city center. It is only fifty meters away from the metro subway and three stops from the central station (take U1). The majority of major tourists sites can easily be...
Vienna City Hostel
"While Vienna City Hostel is a really modern-looking hostel, it is difficult to eat on a budget here, as there is no kitchen. The Location The location of the hostel is great and is close to the bus station from Bratislava and the train station. It is only a few train stops away from the major downtown Vienna, where you will find most of the major attractions to see here. A short walk down the road and you will find street kebab stores,...
Red Carpet Hostels Vienna
"… devices to borrow free of charge (hair dryer, fan, iron ...) Laundry facilities Lan and WLan Credit and debit cards accepted Above all the friendliest multilingual staff you will find in Vienna, pleased to serve you 24/7. They make sure you'll have a pleasant stay and find the right places where to go in Vienna. And who knows, maybe they even get you the oysters if you asked very friendly...Our hostel is the perfect starting...
A&O Wien Stadthalle
"… the possibility to find them through our internet terminals or with their own notebook by WLAN, which is available in the entire building.Enjoy our service! 24 hour reception „All you can eat" breakfast buffet from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on weekends) Only non smoking rooms Free luggage room and house safe Check-out until 10:00 a.m. (11:00 a.m. on weekends) Check-in from 03:00 p.m. Internet terminals...
Labyrinth Hostel Vienna
"… by true backpackers & hostel-guests traveling on a budget! We don't offer luxury (except the one being directly inside the city center :-) but we believe that we offer what you need if the above is what you looked for. Please note: Cancellation policy: 72h before arrival. In case of a late cancellation or No Show, you will be charged the first night of your stay. Check in from 14:00 to 23:00 . Check out before 11:00 ....
Jacks Hostel Vienna
"… by Hostelsclub as ECO-FRIENDLY *********** * Free Internet Access * Free WiFi everywhere * Free Tea and Coffee all day long * power points/sockets in every locker * our own garden * our guest kitchen * the 24h-shop at the reception * power points/sockets near every bed * Wheelchair Friendly * No Curfew * Lockers * Common Room * Bike Parking * Taxes Included in Price * Breakfast available ------------ This hostel is eco-friendly:...
Wombat's City Hostel Vienna - Naschmarkt
"Wombats City Hostel Vienna - at the Naschmarkt is very large -- it has five floors with lots of rooms on each floor. There are lots of common areas because there is a high demand for them. The Location This hostel is four metro stops from the train station and a hundred meters from the metro stop. It is easy to find following the directions on the hostel's website. The hostel is across the road from Naschmarkt and a ten-minute walk from...
Hostel & Guesthouse Kaiser 23
"… Kaiserstraße in Vienna! The 7th District is locates between the museum quarter and Mariahilfer Strasse in Vienna. 'The place to be' is perfect for everybody who is interested in art, pleasure, music and fashion subculture in Vienna. The Guesthouse Kaiserstrasse offers 35 single and double rooms (mainly with two beds), a breakfast room, a meeting room and as a highlight an own church! All rooms are equipped with a desk and...
MEININGER Vienna Downtown Franz
"… at one of our internet terminals. There is free WiFi access in all zones, and drinks, sandwiches, muffins and cookies are available at the bar and the reception. Free services and offers: - WLAN in the lobby - Bedding - Towels (excluding dorms) - Maps - Guest kitchen use - Use of luggage compartment even after check out And stuff available for a small charge: - All-You-Can-Eat-And-Drink breakfast buffet - Tickets for public...
A&T Holiday Hostel Wien
"There are still a few kinks being worked out, as A&T Holiday Hostel Wien is a new hostel, but it is very nice. The Location This hostel is south of the main historic center, quite a walk uphill (in the snow) from the ULF tram stop. There are buses that can take you up the hill, but they are not included in the many options in the directions provided by the hostel. Once you walk up the hill, it is very easy to find, as there is a giant...
"… night stay extra 3 Euros First of all we have 24 hours reception. This is a fully equipped hostel with lot's of free things: Free Safety deposit Free Bed linen Free Wifi Free to use computers (available till 12 PM) Free Cable Tv Common room closed at midnight. Free Wake up Service Please note: Cancellation policy: 48h before the arrival Late cancellation or no show will result the charge of the first night...
A&O Wien Hauptbahnhof
"… /20min) and wifi (5 /24h) -free wifi in public areas - multilingual and friendly staff - ticket sale (walkabout, sight-seeing tours,') and information - credit cards VISA und Master (+2.95 Euro fee), Maestro (for free) - For 5 per night, you are allowed to bring your dog around (only in double and single rooms). -billard and table football -free house safe CANCELLATION CONDITIONS - Until two days prior to arrival...
"… got a lot of outdoor-attractions in this UNESCO Biospherepark like swimming, climbing, arching, cycling or simply hiking on well marked paths through the protected Wienerwald. Supply: Dorm, Private Room, Lounge, Terrace, WiFi, Grill, Washingmachine & Dryer, Service: bedding, guestkitchen use, savety store Available stuff: coffe, breakfast, washing machine, dryer, towels, shuttle service, theatre ticket service,......
Tea Hostel Vienna
"… villadom. There are 7 separated rooms and a unisexroom with 6 singel beds. Separate window for each room and with good lighting, good aeration and also with the key for each room to provide personal secret. Within the Tea Hostel there are two separate WCs and shower rooms and a parlour. We offer: we could also pick up or bring you from or to airport for 30 euro, Private Taxi service incusive driver up to 6 person for one Day only...
"… All accommodations units are functionally furnished with a table, chairs and lockers. Each room, both private and dormitory, contains a bathroom with a shower and a toilet within the unit. Towels can be arranged for an additional fee. You can relax in the on-site bar. Pool and foosball tables are available for an additional fee at the a&t Holiday Hostel. Wi-Fi is available in the public areas for free. Private parking is...
"… triples as well as small dorms make it a great choice both for the party animals and those who need their sleep. Guest kitchen, common room right by the lobby, Internet access that is free of charge, travel desk and the reception round-the-clock…we simply have it all! Just take a look at the facilities. Our young yet experienced staff really know their city. Go ahead, ask them. Whether you look for the fancy wining & dining...
Strawberry Youth Hostel Bürgerspitalgasse
"Our services are the following: *24 hour reception *No curfew *No lockout We are offering 1-2-3-4 bedded rooms with shower and toilet inside the rooms. Helpful, friendly staff, excellent knowledge of the hot spots in the city. Good location, walking distance from the Old City, close to the metro line. Other things we offer include: laundry, luggage room, TV room, free sheets, safe for valuables, self-service kitchen, coin operated...
Blue Corridor Hostel
"Rough experience - Overcharged and difficult to get refund." … "Look for another place - They will treat you like garbage, the owner is simply a bitch. Too many beds for the room, nothing is clean. One toilet for fifty people. Rooms are separated by sheets and not by walls." … "extremely poor - I went with my 3 friends around europe and in Vienna we booked Blue Corridor Hostel. We arrived after midnight and to our horror the...
"… We offer only friendly and privat rooms with 2, 3, 4- beds (2+1+1) with TV, bed-linen provided, no bunk beds, common badroom and full equipped kitchen. You can stay in an apartment with 2 rooms, kichen, badroom, for 5 - 8 persons. We are only a few minutes from museums, theatres, restaurants, banks, nightslife, supermarkets and a shopping centre. reception is opens from 09.00 to 19.00, for check-in and emergencies to 22.00 by...
"The Panda Hostel is located in the seedy part of Vienna, near the strip joints, and about 25 minutes walk from town, or 15 minutes on the metro located 5 minutes away. There is a tram outside the door of the hostel to the major train stations. It is in a block of apartments, on the 3rd floor above some shops. The hostel has two dorm rooms, one with 3 level bunk beds, the other smaller. It also has a loft to squeeze extra guests in, which...
Happy Hostel Vienna
"I stayed at this hostel for a few days from 31.08.05 till 4.09.05. (Aug. 31 – Sept. 4, 2005) 1.Staff The hostel's staff are international and very friendly. They are always ready to help, advise or assist you in any possible way. 2.Location It takes about 25 minutes walking along the central trade street in order to reach the city center. Besides there is an underground station just 5 minutes away. Since Vienna's underground system is...
"… each payment is confirmed with an invoice. And for each seventh night we charge nothing! As 'Benina' is a family undertaking and there is no hotel-like reception there (no front-desk), it is essential to let us know the approximate arrival time so that we are physically there on site when guests arrive. For late night arrivals (after 23:30) or early check-outs (before 6:30) 15,00 EUR will be collected - this refers to bookings...
Apartments in Vienna
"You're looking for an ECONOMIC and CENTRALLY LOCATED accommodation in a PEACEFUL and QUIET environment? Then you need not look any further! * WHAT TO EXPECT: Basic, but neat and clean accommodation in a quiet location, just a 5-minute walk from the city." … "… cooling fan. Kitchen equipment: it meets the very basic needs of viennas cooking needs. we do not have any items which might be used in kitchens of other regions....
"… Street – “Favoriten” with many shops, restaurants, vegetable market and the Wellness Place “Amalienbad” 3 minutes to the Metro U 1 Keplerplatz in direction to Vienna City. 5 minutes to Vienna City, there are – Stephansdom, opera, ring road, museums, parliament, city hall, Vienna Hofburg, Shopping streets - Kärntnerstrasse, etc. 15 minutes with Bus 14 A – in direction Neubaugasse direct to the biggist shopping street...
Gally Apartments Vienna
"… and toilet ) and a fully equipped kitchen ( electric stove, microwave, fridge + freezer, coffee-maker, abundant cutlery, china, glasses...). Elegantly furnished rooms, tiled bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen for your self catering stay leave nothing to be desired. In addition to the cozy atmosphere, special attention is paid to the cleanliness of the accommodation. All our apartments are strictly non-smoking. Free WIFI...
"… day till around noon we can help you with questions around your stay or Vienna. We also have a wide range of information material, Vienna maps, event programms ready for you. Due to the central location, the Inner city (within 15 minutes), Schönbrunn castle, as well as many other sights can be reached by tram, bus or subway within a short time. The next tram stop is just 2 minutes away and you won't have to wait more than 5 minutes...
Apartment 2 Style (Ap 2) Rosinagasse
"… (west railway station) where shuttle bus from the airport ,tram and subway lines converge. And it's only a short walk (1minute) to Vienna's largest shopping street Mariahilferstrasse connecting the Westbahnhof (west railway station) and the city center. The shopping street is famous for concentration of nice cafes, shops and restaurants You can reach the city centre and the Schnbrunn palace in 10 minutes by public transport....
"During your stay at the cozy Angel's place Vienna, you will appreciate the comfortable rooms and welcoming, unique atmosphere. The property features a smoking area in the hallway, and a bar offering snacks and drinks. Small business and social events can also be accommodated upon request. The reception also offers sightseeing tours and concert tickets. Important is to give to the property approximately time of arrival." … "… -...
"… in apartment 263 to the key handing over. Please, in case of a delay you inform us via phone. If you arrived the entrance to the building Sonnleithnergasse Hous 2 .Floor7 On the right beside the entrance is a digital bell layout. Choose the number 263 and press the key with the bell symbol. Mrs. Haunold announces herself and opens the entrance. With one of the double elevators you go in the 7-th floor. Go along to the right by...
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Vienna Travel Tips & Suggestions
I went to the "Rainbow" ball last week, a huge gay and lesbian dancing event! It was held in Hofburg Palace right in the centre of Vienna! It was just an amazing! There is another big gay/lesbian carnival ball coming up soon; it´s called "Roseball." I´d love to go back to Vienna for that.
I envy the people who live in Vienna! I´d move there right away!
I love Vienna! The first time, I went I expected a quiet, calm, maybe even conservative city with great architecture and cafes. I got there on a weekend and didn't know it was gay pride parade; the entire ring was closed and I ended up attending this massive parade! it was so much fun and I met so many people! I had never been to a gay parade before -- I recommend this party to anyone! It´s on every summer! I ended up at after pride parties! It was fab! I didn't know Vienna could be that great for partying! The city and its surroundings offer so much! I have been twice now and expect to go back again this summer! I feel, there is still so much I want to see and discover; I also made some good friends there! They showed me around so much! We walked forever and I loved it! I find the house of Hundredwasser really bizarre! The castles of Shonbrunn and Belevedere are absolutely stunning; shopping on Mariahilfstrasse´s great; go to Gerngros, there´s a restaurant with a roof terrace -- excellent views over the city! Also go to the terrace of the Court of Justice just behind Parliament -- great views too! I am very much looking forward to going back this summer!
Vienna´s cool; I love the area around the Naschmarkt! Close by are "Cafe Savoy" and "Ruedigerhof," which I really like! It's a very walkable city! One day, I went to a village called "Gumpoldkirchen" -- it's a cute little village! Walk up the hill and through the vineyards! It´s only a very short train ride from the city. Also, I spent a week in Budapest but was more than happy to be back in Vienna -- I find Vienna a lot brighter and friendlier! I have been there three times now, and will certainly go back next time I am in Europe!
— Brian, Canada
I would not call Vienna my favourite city in Europe, but I guess it´s close! I really loved it -- the 1st district is like an outdoor museum with all those magnificent buildings, but don´t just stay in the 1st district -- others are cool too! Don´t miss Museumsquartier, it's great to hang out in the big patio inside! If you like the architect Otto Wagner don´t miss the church "Steinhof" -- it´s in the Vienna hills though, way out of the centre but it´s brilliant there and you can go by bus. The views of Vienna are spectacular from "Wilhelminenberg"! Another church of Otto Wagner is right in the cemetery "Zentralfriedhof"! It is so big! if you have time, there are great day trips you can do from Vienna and you don´t even need a car because public transport is so efficient and good! If you want to get a taste of the Alps, go to the village of Puchberg or Semmering! I also loved the Wachau in the Danube Valley, with its stunning little villages and vineyards! I did not know Austrian wines were that good! I had never had any before! What I did find a bit annoying in Vienna, though, was that when I wanted to use my German (ok, it is not that great but still), I could not cause as soon as people realised I wasn't from there, they just spoke English -- most people really speak very good English! Austrian German sounded so different to me! I thought it was like a mixture of a bit of French and Italian with a strong Slavic influence! I found it very hard to understand! To sum it all up, if you go to Europe, do not miss Vienna!
I also think Vienna is really underrated! Everybody talks about Berlin, Paris, Rome, Barcelona, Prague, but I found Vienna to be my favorite. It's very compact, safe, clean, friendly -- just very pleasant to hang out and relax and enjoy and take in all the beauty. It may be slightly expensive, but then again, the city offers you so much and if you go to cafes or bars that aren’t touristy, it’s actually quite cheap! Coffee can be a bit expensive, but then you can sit there forever reading papers, watching the world go by, or talking to locals. The 1st district is very touristy but understandably so -- I really like the 5th and the 6th, the area around Naschmarkt! What I love about this city is that, unlike other cities, it doesn’t have endless gray and dangerous suburbs but a very green belt instead; if you have time, go outside the city too -- Kahlenberg, Leopoldsberg. Walk in the vineyards with great views of the city! on top of Kahlenberg, there are great views of the city and surroundings and two really nice cafes, one being a bit posh though; Grinzing has lots of heuriger (wine bars) but I found it too touristy. A local person told me about Stammersdorf -- very beautiful and not touristy at all; you can walk around there forever and there are lots of cute little heuriger too! And what’s good about it is everything is so easy to get to! It’s all covered by public transport, which I found relatively cheap, on time, and reliable! I have been there now all four seasons and every season’s got its charm! In winter you can go ice skating -- there’s a huge skating rink in front of the beautiful town hall building. Spring’s great there -- so lush and green. Autumn is lovely when all the leaves appear in different colors. When I was there in the summer, it was very hot and humid (I think it was more than 35 degrees) -- but then, there are plenty of options to go swimming. I love "alte donau" -- it’s like a big lake! Or you can cool off at the island "donauinsel," which is more than twenty kilometers long! I can recommend Vienna to anyone at any time of the year (although late spring’s my favorite) and don’t think you need lots of money to go there -- it is not true! Paris, London, or even Rome is way more expensive! You can’t compare! Besides, Vienna is a lot more relaxed than most other European cities!
This is a beautiful city! It's very big and with lots of interesting things to do and see. You will need four or five days to visit the city, and many more if you wanna see the "alternative" things. On the other hand, I have to say that Vienna is an expensive city (at least this is my opinion). Tickets for the palaces (Schonbrunn, Belvedere, Hofburg) are quite expensive, so you'd better choose one of them if you don't want to ruin! Cafés are expensive too, but you should not leave the city without having an excellent Viennese coffee and a piece of sachertorte!
It is really the most underrated city of Europe -- so international and so warm and beautiful. The people are more relaxed than in Paris and Berlin, it has an east European touch and that is what it makes it -- the mixture between east and west. I recommend the parque near the prater.
I believe this is one of the most underrated cities -- rich in culture and history. It's too bad that most of my peers (under the age of twenty-five) don't usually have this on their list of places to see! The locals are incredibly sweet, the town is overwhelming with beauty, and the shops are definitely nothing to scoff at! I can't wait to go back again. Austria stole my heart.
— Bryanne K.
Vienna is one of my favourite cities in the world. I lived just outside Vienna for 5 months and i still didnt get to see all i wanted from the beautiful city. Schonnbrun and the Hofburg are un-missable while the Rathaus and Stephansplatz will have you begging for more. And more there is! You can sit on Mariahilferstrasse and watch the world go by while eating schnitzels and drinking coffee. Sit in one of the many parks and just watch the viennese go about daily life. This city really does just ouze with class, the underground is one of the most efficient ive ever come across and the Austrians seem genuinly pleased to see you. My only concern is the amount of tourists. But, as I'm one myself how can I really complain!
A beautiful city. Get a bike or do one of the bike tours. There are bike paths everywhere. You can cover so much more. If you tire of the city, ride out to the island in the Danube. Great swimming, relaxed place to bike and chill.
Great if you like museums. The castles and the coffee are both great as well. But Vienna seems to lack a personality (other than big city) these days, which is strange given that it used to be such a cultural center. Skip the overrated statue clock and beware pickpockets outside the Dom. Get off the main streets for a more relaxed feel.
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