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Freezing fun
Skiing, ice skating &
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Schnbrunn Palace (Tour of the Palace) Zoo
Desert Experience House Palm House Imperial Carriage Museum
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"Visit Sisi at the Vienna Hofburg"
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CONTENTS
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Arrival 5
Getting your bearings on S, U and tram
History 6
Basics 7
Vienna Districts 8
Getting streetwise
Skiing 9
Slippery slopes near Vienna
Christmas & New Year's Eve 10
The lights, the gifts, the Glhwein
Culture & Events 12
Open air festivals & wine tasting
City of Music 16
Vienna sounds good
Where to stay 18
From park bench to Park Grand
Coffeehouses 22
Coffee, cake & culture
Restaurants 24
From Wiener Schnitzel to BBQ
Heurigen & Wine bars 34
Wine, wine and Wien
Contents
Nightlife 35
Bars, clubs and other dark rooms
Family Fun 39
It's a child's world
Sightseeing 40
From imperial to contemporary
Wellness & Beauty 48
Spas and more pampering
Getting Around 49
Plains, trains, automobiles
Neubau the 7
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District 50
Vienna's trendiest shops
Shopping 54
Whatever you want
Wien Products 58
Viennese quality
Directory 60
Maps & Index
Centre map 61-63
Street register 64
Public transport map 65
Venue index 66
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FOREWORD
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In December, Vienna undoubtedly looks at its best.
The 'city of dreams' nickname comes to life when the
Christmas decorations are in place and thousands of
lights brighten up the city streets. The city spent over
3 million on Christmas decorations last year, and in
addition to traditional crystal chandeliers on Graben and
large Asian-style red lanterns on Rotenturmstrasse,
new lights sparkled all over town. This year Vienna
promises to be even more beautiful. Wander around
the streets and visit the Christmas markets (p.10),
the largest of them on Rathausplatz with their gifts,
souvenirs, sweets and delicious Glhwein.
In this issue of Vienna In Your Pocket, we're on a mission
to drag you away from the highstreet and to get you
to shop for cool local products. The city's funky 7th
district is a hive of creativity and partying, and on p.50
we've highlighted some special places here. Then, we're
added some content about the Wien Products that
allow you to take Vienna home with you.
Bored husbands and Santaphobes can easily escape
the retail onslaught and head out for some healthy fun in
the snow Vienna is close to two great ski resorts, within
daytrip distance; see p.9 for details. If that's too fast for
you, try the ice skating in front of the Rathaus (p.39).
No matter what you do this winter, hang on to a copy of
Vienna In Your Pocket to be your guide to this wonderful
city. We're always happy to hear from readers, so do
add your own comments about individual venues to our
website reviews, or send your suggestions to vienna@
inyourpocket.com. Enjoy Vienna.
Vienna's magni ficent Schnbrunn Palace is one of
the top sights in town, attracting 2,5 million visitors in
2009. The former imperial summer residence was the
Habsburg's Versailles, and the palace and its enormous
gardens illustrate the taste and aspirations of that era.
The park also hosts the oldest zoo in the world, a great
experience for the whole family. Visit the palace and
gardens, warm up with a coffee in the wonderfully-named
Gloriette belvedere at the top of the gardens, and enjoy
the glorious views over the palace, the park and the city.
Cover story
Editorial
Editor-in-Chief Jeroen van Marle
Contributors
Paul Nogid, Monika Kierewicz,
Dune Johnson, Gretl Satorius
Research Monika Kierewicz
Layout & Design Tom Haman
Photos Evi Bauer, Reinhard Bhm
Maps IYP GmbH
Cover: Schloss Schnbrunn Kul tur-
und Betriebsges.m.b.H.
Sales & Circulation
General Manager Stephan Krmer
Production Manager Philippe Krueger
Accounting Martin Wollenhaupt
Advertising Manager
Stefan Bauer, Mario Bhm
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Vi enna i s a ci ty of dreams.
A ci t y ful l of l i fe, economi c
vitality, efficient transportation,
numerous modern buildings and
architectural gems. A city that
offers people work and the youth
a wide range of opportunities.
Vienna is also the city of green
parks, calm, dreamy alleys, art
and music. This ci ty attracts
people. Vienna is growing; li fe
can be felt on every corner and
in every street.
Vienna is rightly deemed a city
worth living in, a model of providing medical and social
benefits. Hardly any other city in the world is as closely tied
to both medical tradition and medical advances as Vienna.
As the headquarters of international agencies such
as OPEC, the UN and the International Atomic Energy
Agency, Vienna is also a cosmopolitan city of culture and
gastronomy - just as the Vienna School of Medicine
became an international term, so too has Viennese
cuisine gained an international reputation.
Simply put, Vienna is the perfect mix: street art and the
State Opera are just as much a Viennese pair as the
Heuriger and first class cuisine. Internationally acclaimed
exhibitions in the Albertina or the Museumsquartier are
just as much a part of us as an improvised stage in
the outer districts or the film festival at Rathausplatz,
Europes biggest open air cinema.
The rich spectrum of cultural offerings makes Vienna
a leading cultural metropolis; one often hears the term
international capital of music connected with it. On the
one hand, there are the many composers and musicians
who have lived and worked in Vienna over the past few
centuries. On the other, there are the Viennese music
institutions with their grand tradition, which constantly
keep this reputation fresh and carry it forth into the world.
In the best tradition of the many Viennese markets, I can
only say: have a look around!
Welcome to Vienna!
Dr. Michael Hupl
Greeting from the mayor
Stadt Wien/PID,
Photo: Hubert Dimko
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ARRIVING
By plane
Viennas international airport is located in Schwechat, 18km
southeast of the city centre. After passing customs (for ar-
rivals from outside the Schengen zone) and collecting your
baggage, ATMs, banks and tourist information can be found
in the arrivals hall.
To get to town, theres a choice of rail or road. The City
Airport Train (CAT, +43 1 252 50, www.cityairporttrain.
com) departs every hal f hour between 06:05 and 23:35,
arriving at S-Bahn station Wien Mitte. The ride takes 16
minutes and costs 10 for a single trip (7,50 with the
Vienna Card), 18 for a return trip. Its cheaper to take a
regular S-Bahn train, departing from the airport to Wien
Mitte station approximately every 30 minutes between
04:34 and 00:18; tickets cost 3,60 and the ride takes
about 25 minutes.
Vienna Airport Lines buses (tel. +43 1 700 73 23 00, www.
viennaairportlines.at) depart every 30 minutes between
05:00 to 23:00, stopping off at U-Bahn Schwedenplatz, the
train stations Wien Meidling and Wien Westbahnhof and the
Vienna International Center (VIC), taking about 30 minutes.
A single ride costs 6, a return trip 11, and tickets can be
bought from the driver.
Taking a taxi to the centre takes about 15 minutes. If you just
hop into a waiting taxi outside, the ride will cost about 45,
including the fee for returning to the airport empty; it costs
33 if you mention to the driver or dispatcher that youd like
the set price (Pauschaltariff ).
By train
The new Wien-Hauptbahnhof (central station) is currently
under construction, so in the meantime trains from Prague,
Warsaw, Venice, Rome, Ljubljana, Zagreb and Graz arrive
at Wien-Meidling station, above the Philadelphiabrcke U-
Bahn station. Trains from Salzburg, Munich, Zurich, Berlin,
Frankfurt and Budapest arrive at Wien-Westbahnhof, which
is conveniently built on top of the Westbahnhof U-Bahn
station. Trains from Bratislava and Burgenland arrive at the
temporary Ostbahnterminal near the new central station,
which is reached on tram D from the Ringstrasse. All these
stations have luggage lockers and ATMs, and a tourist
information desk office.
By bus
All international buses arrive at the Vienna International
Busterminal (VIB), which has ATMs and luggage lockers.
Right across the street is the Erdberg U-Bahn station, from
where its a 10 minute ride to the city centre.
By car
Major highways lead from Vienna west to Munich, south
to Venice, east to Budapest and north to Brno. Driving the
350km from Munich will take approximately four hours, the
250km from Budapest are covered in three hours. When
parking in Vienna, pay attention to the short-term parking
zones in the inner districts of the city; using the well-sign-
posted Park & Ride facilities (3 per day) in the outer districts
and taking a tram into town is a good idea.
By ferry
The Danube river is increasingly used for ferry routes to
Hungary, Slovakia and Germany. Ferries arrive at Anlegestelle
Reichsbrcke near U-Bahn station Vorgartenstrasse. Twin
City Liner boats dock at Marienbrcke bridge near the
Schwedenplatz U-Bahn station.
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center (U-Bahn Landstrasse/S-Bahn Wien Mitte) to Vienna
International Airport. The ride takes 16 minutes and costs
10 for a single trip (7,50 with the Vienna Card) and 18
for a return trip. The City Air Terminal in the city centre
offers travellers the services of an international airport
terminal. Check in your baggage up to 75 minutes before
departure, get your boarding pass and enjoy the rest of
your journey to the airport comfortably and stress-free.
The City Check-In can only be used with a valid CAT ticket.
The building complex above the train station includes
130,000m of offices, shops and catering areas as well
as the CAT terminal, and is currently Viennas largest in-
ner city project development. Construction was started
in 2007 and is projected to be completed in 2012, with
CAT operating normally the entire time.
City Airport Train, M Landstrae/Wien Mittw,
www.cityairporttrain.com, tel. +43 1 252 50.
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HISTORY
In Your Pocket broke much new ground in 2010,
publishing new guides in the Netherlands (Den
Bosch), in Austria (Vienna), in Croatia (Brac and Senj),
in Slovenia (Celje), in Serbia (Nis) and in Switzerland
(Zurich). We also took the wraps off Prizren In Your
Pocket, a guide to the second largest city in Kosovo,
produced in cooperation with Cultural Heritage
Without Borders. We also began rolling out iPhone
apps to all our cities.
We will be launching even more In Your Pocket
guides in 2011: to find out which cities we will be
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Starting off as a tiny village along the Wien river, Vienna is
now the 10th largest city in the EU and home to many major
international organizations such as the United Nations
and OPEC.
Antiquity
Founded around 500 BC, Vienna was originally a Celtic
settlement. By 15 BCE, the town had developed into a Roman
frontier city called Vindobona, protecting the Roman Empire
from Germanic tribes.
Medieval times
During the Middle Ages, Vienna became the residence of the
Habsburg dynasty in 1440 and eventually grew to become
the capital of the Holy Roman Empire.
Beleaguered by Ottomans
On their march towards western Europe, the Ottoman
armies were twice stopped at Vienna in the 16th and 17th
centuries. During the 1529 Siege of Vienna, the city was
lucky to escape defeat and was saved by an early winter
and epidemics. A century later, the city's fortifications had
been greatly expanded proved their worth during the 1683
Battle of Vienna, when they helped the city survive for two
months, allowing the army led by Polish King Jan Sobieski to
assemble and defeat the Ottomans for good.
18th century
Baroque was the style of the century and hundreds of
buil di ngs were constructed or remodell ed i n the curl y
Baroque look by architects like Johann Bernhard Fischer
von Erlach and Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt. The local
nobility started constructing palaces in the now safe
countryside immediately outside the city, resulting in several
magnificent summer palaces, such as Palais Liechtenstein
and Schnbrunn.
19th Century
Vienna became the capital of the huge Austrian Empire in
1804, and later of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, playing
an important role in European and world politics. The arts
blossomed, and classical music witnessed golden years.
The rule of Emperor Franz Joseph I transformed the city in
many ways: culture, arts and architecture blossomed, the city
walls were demolished in 1858 to make way for the grand
Ringstrae boulevard lined lined with impressive buildings,
the city expanded to include its suburbs, and the Danube
river which caused several serious floods was canalised
and tamed.
20th century
Industrialisation of and immigration to Vienna lead to a
period of expansion. By 1910, Vienna was the sixth largest
city in the world, with large numbers of Czech and Jewish
residents. The city was a centre of the new Jugendstil style
from 1900, locally represented by Otto Wagner and the
Vienna Secession association.
The Austro-Hungarian Empire fell apart at the end of the First
World War and in 1918 the Republic of Deutsch-sterreich
(German-Austria) was created. Socialism quickly became
popular and "Red Vienna" saw many residential estates built,
but also shelling of locals supporting the socialist militia by
the Austrian Army during the 1934 civil war.
Adolf Hitler himself an Austrian triumphantly marched
into town and spoke from the Hofburg bal cony during
the Anschluss ('joining up') of Austria in 1938. Vienna's
thousands of Jews suffered badly, harassed by both the state
and anti-Semitic citizens, and decimated by the Holocaust.
Vienna was badly damaged in 1944 and 1945 during the
Soviet advance, but largely reconstructed in the 1950s-60s,
with the city centre proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site
in 2001. Post-war Vienna was divided into sectors ruled by
The USA, UK, France and the Soviet Union just like Berlin,
though the city centre was an international zone where
control was handed over to another power every month. The
occupation lasted 10 years, in which time spies from east
and west played their Cold War games.
Austria regained full independence in 1955, and from the
1970s Vienna became the host city of many imporetant
international organisations, including various UN agencies,
OPEC, the International Atomic Energy Agency and OSCE.
The crumbling of the Iron Curtain in 1989 profoundly changed
the city's outlook. Many companies took advantage of the
prime location and nearby Bratislava in Slovakia now forms
an economical unit of 3 million people with Vienna.
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BASICS
Crime & Safety
Vienna is a safe city to visit, and there's little to fear except
perhaps for spending too much on food and souvenirs. As
elsewhere, avoid dark alleys at night and clutch your wallet
or purse when using public transport or in busy places.
Disabled travellers
Most hotels, restaurants and sights in Vienna are well-
equipped for people in wheelchairs or otherwise requiring
assistance, and public transport is easy to use with its many
escalators, li fts and low-floor trams. The symbols below
our hotel reviews which hotels are suitable. The city has an
informative site for disabled travellers at www.wien.info/en/
travel-info/accessible-vienna.
Electricity
Austrian electrical current is 220v AC, and the country uses
the standard European round, two-pin sockets.
Money & Costs
Austria uses the euro () with banknotes in denominations
of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500. Coins, whose
design depends on in which country they were minted,
come in denominations of 0.01, 0.02, 0.05, 0.10,
0.20, 0.50, 1 and 2. ATMs can be found everywhere in
Vienna and are the best way to get cash. Vienna is not an
overly expensive city by Western European standards and
competition from nearby cheap countries keeps the price
of for instance cigarettes at bay. Viennas status of a social
democratic stronghold means that public services such as
public transport are relatively cheap.
Politics
The current mayor of Vienna is Michael Hupl. Since 1917,
Vienna has been (co-)governed by the Social Democratic Party
with an absolute majority in the city parliament (except from
1934 to 1945 when the party was banned and mayors were
appointed by the Austro-fascist and later by Nazi authorities).
The Social Democrats currently rule in coalition with the Green
Party. Many political experts believe that the rival Austrian
People's Party would completely dominate Austrian politics if it
weren't for the Social Democrats' unbreakable hold on Vienna.
An example of the citys many social democratic policies is
the low-cost Gemeindebauten residential estates which house
about 25% of the Viennese population.
Smoking
Officially all restaurants, cafs and other such venues have
to provide a non-smoking section. While recently many
restaurants turned into smoke-free zones, dont be surprised
how smoky many bars and clubs can get. Most traditional
coffee houses will have a smoking area.
Tipping
If the service merits it, waiters appreciate a tip of about 10%;
at the bar or at the Wrstelstand it's common to round up
the sum a little.
Population
Austria (2009 estimate): 8,356,707
Vienna: 1,705,080
21,1% of people living in Vienna are foreign nationals,
121,000 of them originating from former Yugoslavia,
41,000 Turks and 28,000 Germans.
Area
Austria: 83,872 km
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Vienna: 414,90 km
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Official languages
German. Slovene, Croatian and Hungarian are officially
recognised.
Local time
Central European (GMT+1hr)
Longest river
Danube (357,5 km in Austria)
Highest mountain
Austria: Groglockner 3,798m
Vienna: Hermannskogel 542m
Borders
Austria borders Germany and the Czech Republic to the
north, Slovakia and Hungary to the east, Slovenia and
Italy to the south, and Switzerland and Liechtenstein
to the west.
Religion
Roman Catholi c 49,2%; no reli gi on 25,6%; Musli m
7,8%; Orthodox 6%; Protestant (mostly Lutheran) 4,7%;
Jewish 0,5%.
Basic data
Vi enna has warm summers and col d wi nters wi th
snowfall occurring from December to March. Spring and
autumn are cool to mild. It rains or snows 10-15 days
per month throughout the year so bring your umbrella.
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VIENNA DISTRICTS
Vienna is trul y the most international city in Austria, i f not
in all of Central Europe, hosting the regional headquarters
of many i nternati onal enterpri ses, the UN, OSCE and
OPEC. In the central distri cts you will have no probl em
communi cating in English. Vi enna has 23 distri cts, wi th
the 1st being the ci ty centre, N2-9 wrapped around i t
and surrounded by the Grtel hi ghway. Distri cts 10-23
are mainl y resi dential areas. Every distri ct is attracti ve
i n i ts own way and equal l y i mportant, general l y safe
for tourists.
1. City centre
The ci t y centre l i teral l y refers to the ver y hear t of
Vi enna. I n the mi d-19th century Vi ennas ol d ci ty wal l
was replaced by the boul evard whi ch i n conj uncti on wi th
the Franz-Josefs-Kai now forms a ri ng around the ci ty
centre. Magni fi cent bui l di ngs such as the state opera
house, the Hofburg, the parl iament buil di ng, the Vi enna
ci ty hal l, the Burgtheater, the uni versi ty, the Vi enna
stock exchange and numerous presti gi ous bui l di ngs
l i ne thi s spl endi d boul evard. Most 5-star hotel s as wel l
as maj or si ghts are l ocated here. Touri sts wi l l spend
most of thei r ti me i n thi s area, wi th everythi ng more or
l ess wi thi n wal ki ng di stance. Whi l e Krnterstrasse and
Graben are the two maj or shoppi ng streets i n the ci ty
centre, Stephanspl atz wi th St. Stephens cathedral i s
the very centre of Vi enna.
2. Prater
The ci tys largest park stretches from the Praterstern
metro and train station towards the Ernst Happel sta-
dium. Next to Praterstern is the Wurstelprater amuse-
ment park. Some say i ts better to avoi d this area after
dark. Leopol dstadt in Vi ennas 2nd distri ct used to be
the Jewish part of town. Today the j ewish communi ty is
again growing and you will find kosher bakeri es and a
number of synagogues.
4, 5, 6. Naschmarkt
This is currently Viennas most vibrant area with chic cafes
and people strolling past trendy stores and art galleries.
You would not want to miss out on a visit to Viennas central
Naschmarkt, selling all sorts of food and with amazing
restaurants and cosy cafs where many tourists and locals
enjoy a break. The Freihausviertel south of Naschmarkt in
the 4th district is the upcoming chic shopping mile. The 6th
district, north of Naschmarkt, is known for its many gay bars.
6, 7. Mariahilferstrasse area
Mari ahi l ferstrasse i s known as Central and Eastern
Europes most i mpor tant shoppi ng street. Si nce the
fal l of the I ron Cur tai n, hundreds of buses bri ng shop-
pers from Hungar y, Czech Republ i c and Sl ovaki a to
Vi ennas top shoppi ng street to get thei r Chri stmas
presents. A l ot of i nteresti ng stores, ni ce restaurants
and rel axed bars are found strol l i ng around the si de
streets.
7, 8, 9. Grtel area
Grtel is the name of the highway ring that encircles Viennas
central districts 1-9. In the zone between Westbahnhof
station and the Danube canal, the red-light district has
developed into Viennas hottest nightlife spot with dozens
of clubs and bars, one after the other. Go and find a bar
that fits your taste!
Die Stadt gehrt Dir.
Sightseeing on rails
Board the Vienna Ringtram at one of 13 stops and explore the wonderful sights
along Viennas most beautiful avenue!
For more information see www.wienerlinien.at
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SKIING
Wi th the gl ori ous Al ps onl y a shor t di stance from
Vi enna, many l ocals head to the ski sl opes every wi nter.
Austria's ski resorts are known to be fri endl y, af fordabl e
and hi gh- qual i t y, wi th a l i vel y aprs-ski scene, and
al though the resorts near Vi enna can' t be compared to
the l arge ones i n Tyrol or Sal zburg, the transport, ski/
snowboard rental and l essons are easy to arrange, and
a fun day tri p to the snow i s per fectl y feasi bl e. Here's
everythi ng you need to know about the great resorts of
Hochkar and Stuhl eck, where snow i s guaranteed from
December to March.
Hochkar
At the very eastern end of the Austri an Al ps, 180km
west of Vi enna, Hochkar i s the mai n ski i ng area i n
the regi on. Thi s area gets some the hi ghest snowfal l
i n Austri a and wi th sl opes at al ti tudes of bet ween
1,380 and 1,808 metres there are enough pi stes of
var yi ng di f fi cul ty to keep ski ers of al l l evel s happy.
There's 19km of groomed pi stes, pl enty of freeri de
possi bi l i ti es, 9 l i fts, a Ki dsLand and a l arge snow park
for snowboarders and daredevi l s on ski s. When youre
ready for a break, there are seven ski huts. An adul t
day passes cost 27. Dri vi ng to Hochkar takes j ust
over 2 hours: take the A1 towards Sal zburg, exi ti ng at
Ybbs onto the B25 to Gstl i ng an der Ybbs. The bus to
Hochkar (Bl aguss Rei sen, tel. +43 1 61 09 00, www.
abzumschnee.at) departs Vi enna's VI B dai l y at 07:00,
departi ng Hochkar agai n at 16:30; a bus ti cket costs
40,90 for an adul t, and i ncl udes the day pass.
Hochkar, Gstling an der Ybbs, tel. +43 7484 21 22,
info@hochkar.com, www.hochkar.com.
Stuhleck
The Stuhleck ski area, 100km
southwest of Vienna, offers a
huge variety of winter sports
faci l i ti es, and i s especi al l y
attracti ve to snowboarders.
Between 772-1,783 metres
above sea level it has 24km
of ski slopes of all difficulties,
8 lifts, snowboard pistes with
a funpark, cross-country ski
runs, toboggan runs, snow-
t ubi ng, r omant i c h or se-
sleigh rides, 10 ski huts and
restaurants, and endless hiking trails. The snow park is the
best of its kind in eastern Austria, as it has two kickers with
a table length of 6-15 metres and a perfect long and steep
landing, and a good variety of rails, boxes, jibs, and wooden
obstacles. There's night skiing on one slope as well as in
the snow park. An adult day ticket costs 35,50; a 3-hour
evening ticket is 21,50.
Dri vi ng to Stuhl eck takes 90 mi nutes: take the A2
towards Graz, exi ti ng at Seebenstei n onto the S6 to
Spi tal am Semmeri ng. The bus to Stuhl eck (Bl aguss
Rei sen, tel. +43 1 61 09 00, www.abzumschnee.at)
departs Vi enna's VI B dail y at 08:00, departi ng agai n
at 16:20; a bus ti cket costs 44,50 for an adul t, and
includes the day pass.
Stuhleck-Semmering, Spital am Semmering, tel. +43
3 85 32 70, info@stuhleck.com, www.stuhleck.com.
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CHRISTMAS IN VIENNA
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More than 300 artists are set to participate in Vienna's
New Year Festival. On the night of 31 December the city
centre transforms in the hottest stage of the year, where
a colourful show and great music delights thousands
of visitors from around the globe as they welcome the
New Year together. From waltzes and operettas to rock
and pop, the wide range of music means everyoe has
something to dance to. Last year, some 700,000 people
waltzed together in the heart of the city into the New Year,
and we're sure we can do better this year.
Wiener Silvesterpfad 2010/2011, 31 Dec from
14:00-02:00, www.wien-event.at. Admission free.
Vienna New Year's Trail
Arts & Crafts in Vienna
Located on the square in front of imposing Karlskirche,
this market is quite di fferent from other Christmas
markets in town. All goods sold here are hand-made
exclusively by local artists and craftsmen and approved
by a committee of quali fied judges. The market also
offers plenty of exciting activities for families, such as
fire shows, live music, poetry reading and others. A
sprinkling of food and drink stands will ensure you wont
miss your cup of Glhwein. But instead of traditional
chocolate-coated fruit or pretzels that dominate other
markets, here youll find amazing oven-baked flatbread
and delicious waffles.
Resselpark, M Karlsplatz
From 19 November until 23 December
Open daily 12:00-20:00
www.divinaart.at
KARLSPLATZ Adventmarket
Christmas markets
Like elsewhere in Central Europe, the tradition of Christmas
markets (Weihnachtsmarkt) dates back to a distant past
and recreates this warm nostalgic feeling of the times gone
by. Historians believe that the first Christmas markets
appeared in Vienna as early as in the 13th century, when
Bishop Albrecht I granted the city the right to hold a December
Advent market, then called Krippenmarkt. Since those days,
the tradition of Christmas markets has been maintained
and cherished although the new age of commercialization
has undoubtedly left its traces. Vienna boasts about 20
Christmas markets, starting as early as mid-November and
staying open until December 24. Numerous stalls featuring
a vast array of decorations, toys, glassware, artwork, crystal,
handicraft goods, smiley gingerbread cookies, roasted
chestnuts (Maroni), sausages, honey, candles, and of
course, effervescent mulled wine with spices (Glhwein) and
invigorating fruit Punsch with rum. The markets also offer
exciting holiday entertainment for families with kids; they
can bake their own gingerbread cookies, paint Christmas
decorations or recite poems for Santa. Happy holidays!
Georg Bodenstein
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Culture and Christmas Market
Set up in a court in front of Viennas majestic royal
residence, this market is unique in its atmosphere and
imperial flavor. Nearly seventy stalls selling various
Christmas gifts and original artwork attract visitors from
near and far who also come to see the citys number one
attraction - Schnbrunn palace. Entertainment program
for adults and children will ensure you will enjoy the mood
of the season at its best. Listen to the choir and brass
band perform Christmas carols and gospel music, shop
for souvenirs and traditional Austrian specialties, bring
your kids for cookie-baking or quadrille dancing lessons,
or have a soul-warming drink and snack at one of the
numerous food stands.
Parade Court in front of Schnbrunn Palace
M Schnbrunn
20 November - 23 December 10:00-21:00
24 December 10:00-16:00
25, 26 December 10:00-18:00
New Years Market
28 December - 2 January 10:00-17:00
www.christmasmarket.at
Schnbrunn Palace
Weihnachtsmarkt am Spittelberg
Several quai nt cobbl e-stoned streets i n thi s hi stori c
neighbourhood just about ten minutes walk from the centre
are transformed into a romantic Christmas village that has
become a favourite of many Viennese.
Spittelberggasse, M Volkstheater, www.spittelberg.
at. Nov 16-Dec 23. Open 15:00-21:00, Fri 15:00-21:30,
Sat 10:00-21:30, Sun 10:00-21:00.
Wiener Christkindlmarkt
Viennas largest Christmas market sprawls on the vast
Rathausplatz in front of the City Hall. More than 150 stalls
featuring an array of gifts and food will provide plenty of
opportunities to do your holiday shopping, sample delicious
goodies or enjoy the fairy-tale lights and illumination.
Rathausplatz, M Rathaus, www.christkindlmarkt.
at. Nov 13 - Dec 24. Open 10:00-21:30, Fri & Sat
10:00-22:00.
Photo: Michael Grinner
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CULTURE & EVENTS
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Vienna, considered by many to be the cultural capital of
Europe, is a modern metropolis with a unique atmo-
sphere and considerable charm. Vienna is famous for
such landmarks as the imperial Hofburg, Schnbrunn
Palace, Belvedere Palace, the splendid buildings on the
Ring, medieval narrow streets and baroque squares. This
beauti ful city has also been synonymous with music for
centuries and was home to Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert
and Johann Strauss, amongst many others. The out-
standing musical heritage has been preserved right up to
the present day: The Wiener Philharmoniker, one of the
worlds premier orchestras, international award-winners
of the Vienna Conservatorium and a lively young music
scene.
Culture
Konzerthaus C-3, Lothringerstrasse 20, MStadt-
park, tel. 242 002, www.konzerthaus.at. One of the
three major classical performance venues in Vienna, the
Konzerthaus also offers a comprehensi ve programme
of jazz, rock, contemporary and world music, as well as
lectures and discussions. Built in 1913, the building itsel f
is relatively new by Austrian standards, and contains four
acousti call y separated per formance spaces, all owi ng
multiple simultaneous events for up to 4,000 audience
members. And, though most of its pipes are hidden from
view, the Groer Saal (or Great Hall) boasts the largest
pipe organ in Austria. Q Performances daily, times vary.
Tickets 18-79, 12 for students 30 minutes prior to
performances.
Musikverein (Society of the Friends of Mu-
sic) B- 3, Bsendorferstr. 12, MKarlsplatz, tel.
505 81 90, www. musi kverei n. at. Home of t he
famous Vi enna Phi l harmoni c orchestra, thi s concer t
venue ranks among the worl ds superi or per formance
spaces. Renowned for the i deal acousti cs produced by
i ts cof fered cei l i ng, the Gol dener Saal (Gol den Hal l) i s
the l argest of the structures seven venues, and hosts
the tradi ti onal Vi enna New Years Concert, tel evi sed to
an esti mated audi ence of 50 mi l l i on peopl e worl dwi de.
Youl l onl y experi ence the cream of the crop here
the Vi enna Boys Choi r appears frequentl y i n choral
works, and the stars of the cl assi cal musi c fi rmament
aspi re to shi ne on thi s stage. Q Per formances dai l y
except i n mi d-Jul y, ti mes vary. Ti ckets 5-79, 4-6
for standi ng room. Tours i n Engl i sh Mon, Wed, Fri and
Sat 13:00. Ti ckets 5.
Staatsoper (State Opera) B- 3, Opernring 2,
MKarlsplatz, tel. 514 44 22 50, www.wiener-sta-
atsoper.at. As the foremost opera venue in the worlds
classical music capital, Viennas Staatsoper is not to be
missed. Productions here are compellingly modern and
surprisingly accessible, so expect a full house (even for
those five-hour Wagner marathons). Standing room tickets
cost less than a cup of coffee and can be purchased up
to an hour before the performance. Bring a scarf to mark
your spot on the railing, and read along in English on your
own subtitle screen. As for the dress code, it depends on
where youre sitting: sneakers are an absolute no-go, but
nicer jeans are passable in the upper balconies. I f you
spring for seats on the parterre (main floor), expect to be
surrounded by more formal attire. Q Performances daily
except in July and August, times vary. Tickets 10-192,
standing room 3,50/2. Tours offered most days at 14:00
and 15:00; exact schedule available online. Admission
5/2, or 6,50/3,50 with a combined ticket to the Vienna
Theater Museum.
Classical music
11 Dec-11 May SO
Don Giovanni
14 Dec, 19:30 MV
Wiener Philharmoniker
Esa-Pekka Salonen, Jean Sibelius
15 Dec, 19:30 MV
Wiener Symphoniker
Manfred Honeck, Mozart, Bruckner
18 Dec, 19:30 WK
Christmas in Vienna
21 Dec, 19:00 MV
Editha Gruberova
La Triviata
31 Dec, 19:30 MV
Wiener Philharmoniker
New Year's Concert
10 Jan-2 Apr SO
Tosca
15 Jan-5 Mar VO
Carmen
22 -29 Jan SO
Cosi Fan Tutte
27 Jan, 19:30 MV
Berliner Philharmoniker
Simon Rattle, Anne-Sophie Mutter: Faur, Dvork, Schumann
AA Albertina, Albertinaplatz 1, tel. +43 1 53 48 30,
www.albertina.at
AW Arena Wien, Baumgasse 80, tel. +43 1 79 88
59 50, www.arena.co.at
BA Bank Austria Gasometer Halle, Adalbert-Stifter-
Strae 73, tel. +43 1 33 24 64 10, www.planet.tt
KH Kunsthalle Wien, Museumsplatz 1, tel. +43 1
521 89 33, www.kunsthallewien.at
KU Kunsthaus Wien, Untere Weigerberstrae 13,
tel. +43 1 712 04 91, www.kunsthauswien.at
LS Liechtensteinmuseum, Frstengasse 1, M
Friedensbrcke, tel. +43 1 31 95 76 72 52, www.
liechtensteinmuseum.at.
MK MAK, Stubenring 5, +43 1 71 13 62 48, www.mak.at
MV Musikverein Wien, Bsendorferstrae 12, tel.
+43 1 505 81 90, www.musikverein.at
MW Messe Wien, Messeplatz 1, tel. +43 1 72 72 00,
www.messe.at
NF Novomatic Forum, Friedrichstr. 7, tel. +43 1 585
20 11, www.novomaticforum.com
SH Wiener Stadthalle, Vogelweidplatz 14, tel. +43
1 98 10 00, www.stadthalle.com
SO Wiener Staatsoper, Opernring 2, tel. +43 1 51
44 40, www.wiener-staatsoper.at
VO Volksoper Wien, Whringer Str. 78, tel. +43 1
514 44 36 70, www.volksoper.at
WK Wiener Konzerthaus, Lothringerstrae 20, tel.
+43 1 24 20 02, www.konzerthaus.at
WU WUK, Whringer Str. 59, tel. +43 1 40 12 10,
www.wuk.at
Events - venue list
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31 Jan-6 Feb SO
La Boheme
4&5 Feb, 19:30 MV
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
Gustavo Dudamel: Gustav Mahl er, Adams, Bernstei n,
Beethoven
4-14 Feb SO
Romeo et Juliette
16-26 Feb SO
Le Nozze di Figaro
21 Feb, 19:30 MV
Wiener Philharmoniker
Semyon Bychkov, Schumann, Brahms
Concerts
9 Dec, 20:00 AW
Fear Factory (Metal)
12 Dec, 19:30 BA
Fettes Brot (German Hip Hop)
16 Dec, 20:00 WU
Shantel & Bucovina Club Orkestar (Balkan music)
1 Feb, 20:00 SH
ABBA The Show (Pop)
4 Feb, 20:00 SH
David Hasselhoff (Pop)
18 Feb, 20:00 BA
Skunk Anansie (Rock)
18 Feb, 20:00 SH
Live from Buena Vista 2011 (Cuban)
27 Feb, 20:00 SH
Katy Perry (Pop)
28 Feb, 20:00 BA
The Sisters of Mercy (Rock)
A handy box office in a hut
by the Wiener Staatsoper
sel l i ng t i cket s for al l
ki nds of events i n and
outsi de Vi enna: opera,
theatre shows, concerts,
festi val s, sport events,
musicals, museums and
more. You can also book
by phone, picking up the tickets at the pavillion, at the
venue or at one of over 100 outlets across town.
Wien-Ticket Pavillon B-3, Herbert von Karajanplatz,
MKarlsplatz, tel. 588 85, office@wien-ticket.at,
www.wien-ticket.at. QOpen 10:00 - 19:00.
Wien-Ticket
Every first Saturday of the month, the weekly Louie's
Saturday jam sessions in the Cascade Bar transforms
into the exclusive Club Lounge with fine music and fine
cocktails. Together with Vienna-born LoungeFM DJ Dan
Bessler, one of Viennas top DJs, Louie Austen interprets
current lounge sounds from Soulful & Vocal to House
& Electro. The perfect place to start an unforgettable
Saturday night.
Louie's Saturday Deluxe presented by LoungeFM,
Cascade Bar, Vienna Marriott Hotel, Parkring 12a,
M Stubentor, tel. +43 1 51 51 80, www.marriott.
com. From 22:00, bar from 17:00. Admission free.
Louie's Saturday Deluxe
Owi ng to a vi brant ar ti sti c communi ty of Bri ti sh,
Austral i an and Ameri can expats, Vi enna boasts a
smal l but acti ve Engl i sh l anguage theatri cal scene.
Many of the pl ays produced i n these houses are
al so targeted at school s, so cl asses of Austri an
students practi ci ng thei r Engl i sh are rel ati vel y com-
mon. Seasons are fai rl y restri cted to Shakespeare
and the wel l -trod modern canon (thi nk Tennessee
Wi l l i ams, Oscar Wi l de and Nei l Si mon), but enthusi -
asti cal l y produced.
Viennas English Theatre Josefsgasse 12,
MU2 Rathaus tel. 402 12 60 0, www.english-
theatre.at. Founded in 1963, this company stages
well known plays by classi cal and contemporary au-
thors. Tickets are pricey, but discounts are offered to
students, and standby tickets are available for 9 15
minutes before each per formance. Ti ckets 22-42.
International Theatre Vi enna Porzel l an-
gasse 8, MU2 Schottentor- Universitt tel. 319
62 72 www.i nternati onal theatre.at. Modern
Ameri can and Bri tish plays dominate the 68 annual
producti ons of thi s theatre, though occasi onal l y a
comedy or cl assi c wi l l fi nd i ts way i nto the season.
Arti sti c Di rector Jack Babbs adaptati on of A Chri st-
mas Carol has become an annual i nsti tuti on. Shows
TueSat at 19:30. Ti ckets 15-25.
English Theatres
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Exhibitions
Until 27 Feb NF
1000 years of Inka gold
Up to 90 ori gi nal gol den exhi bi ts from the Museo de
Oro del Per i n Li ma are the hi ghl i ghts of thi s exhi bi ti on.
The uni que col l ecti on of I nca weal th features masks,
mugs, bowls and j ewell ery made of soli d gol d and dating
from 400 BC to 1,500 AD. Coca bags and enormous
beer mugs bear wi tness to hal l uci nogeni c ceremoni es,
whi l e great buri al obj ects gi ve an i dea of the rul ers
i mportance.
Until 20 Feb KH
Power up Female Pop Art
Rediscovering outstanding women pop artists, Power Up
fulfills Dorothy Iannones combative promise after fifty years.
The show aims to re-interpretate an art movement that has
primarily been associated with male protagonists. Plastic,
loud colours, reduced forms, and graphic contours the nine
women artists works on display resemble those of their male
colleagues in many respects.
Until 9 Jan AA
Michelangelo drawings of a genius
The Albertina presents around 100 of the most beautiful
drawings by Michelangelo. Precious works from the Graphic
Arts Collection of the Albertina, as well as important loans
from museums in Europe and the United States, enable an
extensive overview of the great Florentines entire oeuvre,
with the exception of his architectural designs.
Until 16 Jan AA
Picasso Peace and Freedom
A major exhibition bringing together over 150 works by
Picasso from across the world. Peace and Freedom reveals
a fascinating new insight into the artists life as a tireless
political activist and campaigner for peace, challenging the
widely-held view of the artist as protean genius, habitual
playboy and obsessive extrovert.
Until 20 February KU
Ren Burri - Photography
A retrospective on the work of one of the world's most important
photographers of our time. With about 400 works spanning
more than four decades, a sheet over his photographic work
and clamped simultaneously around the globe.
Every Tuesday this trendy, relatively new club sees some
of Vienna's hottest DJs dropping serious house beats,
RnB and party hits all night long. Tipsy Tuesday is a hip
club with a young, enthusiastic, and stylish crowd. This
place with its many drink specials offers the perfect
setting for locals and visitors to celebrate a party in
good company. The latest music and a professional
team create a party atmosphere till the early morning
hours. For the latest news check out the Facebook page.
Tipsy Tuesday @ Lutz, Mariahilferstr. 3, tel. +43
664 80 30 54 05, www.lutz-club.at. From 21:30.
Admission 8.
Tipsy Tuesday
The concept of this monthly club is as easy as brilliant.
Every first Saturday of the month international and local
DJs bring you the very best Hip Hop music from a certain
year. On December 4th it will be all about 1997. LoftVi-
enna has two dance floors, a chill-out area and three
bars, all of which are packed after midnight. The place
to be for Hip Hop fans. See Facebook for the latest news.
LoftVienna, Lerchenfeldergrtel 37. From 22:00.
Admission 8.
20 Years of Hip Hop @ LoftVienna
Eva Schlegel
Ernesto Guevara (Che), Havanna, 1963
Ren Burri/Magnum Photos
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Until 26 April LS
Ceremonial silver of Duke Aalbert Of Saxe-Teschen.
The ceremoni al si l ver ser vi ce made by the i mperi al
gol dsmi th I gnaz Josef Wrth for Duke Al bert of Saxe-
Teschen (17381822) and Archduchess Maria Christina
of Habsburg-Lorraine (17421798) is a masterpiece of
silversmiths art from the era of Viennese Neo-classicism.
It is presented alongside contemporaneous sil verware
from other countries.
8 Dec - 1 May MK
Eva Schlegel - In Between
Contemporary art by this Tyrolean-born artist.
Fairs
13-16 Jan MW
Ferien Messe Wien
International fair for holiday, travel and leisure.
13-16 Jan MW
Classic Car Show Vienna
International trade fair for vintage and modern classic cars.
11-13 Feb MW
Jaspowa & Fishing
International fair for hunting and fishing.
17-20 Feb MW
Bauen & Energie Wien
All about healthy building, renovating, financing and energy
savi ng. Speci al features: envi ronmental and cl i mate
protection.
Palazzo is the sum of perfectly staged details. The fine
blend of show, music, light, food, service and ambience is
designed to be a huge party for all the senses. Acrobats
and award-winning international artists create a fantastic
show, moving between poetry and turbulent speed. In the
unique atmosphere of timeless elegance of the mirror
palace, Palazzo spoils its guests with an exquisite four-
course menu created by celebrity chef Reinhard Gerer.
Palazzo is a unique blend of haute cuisine and first class
entertainment.
Palazzo, Messeplatz 1, M Messe/Prater, tel. +43
800 01 77 66, info@palazzo.org, www.palazzo.org.
Tickets 89-148.
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CITY OF MUSIC
Vienna has always been synonymous with music for
centuries. Some of the greatest musical figures in history
lived and worked in Vienna: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
Ludwig van Beethoven, Joseph Haydn, Franz Schubert,
Johann Strauss, Gustav Mahler, Arnold Schnberg,
Alban Berg to name a few of them. Writing to his father
in 1781, Mozart said: Vienna is the best place in the
world for my profession. Because of the importance of
these musicians the tradition is maintained in Vienna by
regular concert events and festivals. Attractive concerts
are held every day of the year. But Vienna is also the
capital of the waltz. The Vienna Philharmonic's New
Year's Concert is the most famous classical concert
in the world. It takes place every year on 1 January at
the Musikverein and always ends with the Blue Danube
waltz by Johann Strauss Junior. Another fixed attraction
in Austrian musical life is the Vienna Boys Choir, one of
the oldest boys' choirs in the world. For nearly five hun-
dred years they have been a symbol of Austria. And, as
ever, every Sunday the Vienna Boys' Choir sing solemn
mass in Vienna's Hofburg chapel, continuing a tradition
unbroken since 1498.
Classical music
Two of Vienna's musical highlights can be visited on one
ticket, saving visitors 4. In the Mozarthaus Vienna,
experience Mozart's world of music and discover new
aspects of his work. Learn interesting details about his
family life in the genius' only remaining flat in Vienna. The
Haus der Musik, Vienna's interactive sound museum,
hosts the Vienna Philharmonic Museum. Both playful,
futuristic worlds of sound are great to visit for both young
and old and they can be visited with one combi-ticket
costing 15 and available from either museum or at
Wien-Ticket.
Music combi-ticket
Haus der Musi k B- 3,
Sei l ersttte 30, MKarl -
splatz, tel. +43 1 513 48
50, info@hdm.at, www.hdm.
at. A large hands-on museum
dedicated to a wide array of
approaches to music, and most
of all to the experience of music. On the first floor, the Vienna
Philharmonic presents original documents from their long
history. An excellent place to visit to see how Viennas rich
musical heritage links in with its bright musical future. QOpen
10:00 - 22:00. Admission 10/8,50/5,50. Combined ticket
with Mozarthaus 15.00.
Mozar thaus B- 2, Dom-
gasse 5, MStephansplatz,
tel. +43 1 512 17 91, info@
mozarthausvienna.at, www.
mozarthausvienna.at. A cen-
tre devoted to the life and works
of Austri as musi cal geni us,
housed in the last remaining of Mozarts apartments. The
composer lived here in grand style from 1784 to 1787, with
four large rooms, two smaller ones and a kitchen. In addition
to the historical Mozart apartment visitors can find out about
the times in which Mozart lived and his most important works.
The exhibition focuses on his years in Vienna, which marked a
high point in his creativity. The centre also has a shop, a caf
and a concert hall. QOpen 10:00 - 19:00. Admission 9/7/3.
Combined ticket with Haus der Musik 15.00.
Haus der Musik
Mozarthaus
Classical music concerts at Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery
Te daily Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts are an integral part of Viennas
cultural and musical life. At Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery, a place
rich in tradition, the Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra Vienna and the
Schoenbrunn Palace Ensemble Vienna present the most beautiful
melodies created by two of the greatest composers of all times: Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss.
Enjoy some of the most enchanting overtures, arias and duets from
operas by Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro, Te Magic Flute and Don Giovanni
among others. Listen to the most popular operetta arias, waltzes and
polkas written by the King of Waltz Johann Strauss, including the world-famous waltz Te Blue Danube as
well as the Radetzky March. Te orchestra is accompanied by two opera singers, a soprano and a baritone and
two ballet dancers wearing historic costumes.
Concerts take place daily year-round except on December 24. Admission from 8:00 p.m., concerts start at 8:30
p.m. Concerts end at approximately 10:15 p.m. including a 15 to 20-minute intermission.
Package Deals - An evening in Schoenbrunn
Empress Maria Teresia appreciated the unique atmosphere of Schoenbrunn Palace and made it her summer
residence.Emperor Franz Joseph I is said to have had a special predilection for the sumptuous palace and its
park. Choose this package to feel the spell of times long past!
An audioguide will accompany individual guests on their tour of the private chambers and ceremonial rooms
of Schoenbrunn Palace. Groups of 10 persons and up will enjoy an exclusive guided tour given by one of the
palaces guides, afer the palaces ofcial opening hours.
Package 1: Dinner & concert
Tis package ofers a unique combination of gourmet cuisine and world-famous music. Enjoy a frst-class
dinner at Caf-Restaurant Residenz, followed by a concert at Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery Tickets 69 - 108
Package 2: Palace tour & concert
Have an evening of royal pleasures just like the royalty in times long past: start by walking through the
sumptuous palace and enjoy a concert at the Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery. Tickets 54- 92
Package 3: Palace tour, dinner & concert
Tis package ofers royal delight times three! We have assembled the best Schoenbrunn has to ofer: a tour
of Schoenbrunn Palace, an exclusive dinner at Caf-Restaurant Residenz as well as a classical music concert.
Tickets 79 - 119
All packages are available year-round except on December 24 and 31 and on January 1.
Contact & Information
IMaGE Performing Arts Promotion, Orangery Schnbrunn, A-1130 Vienna
Tel.: +43/1/812 50 04, Fax: +43/1/812 54 24, of ce@imagevienna.com, www.imagevienna.com
Schoenbrunn Palace opening hours: April to June and September to October: 8:30am 5pm,
July and August: 8:30am 6pm; November to March: 8:30am - 4:30pm.
Document pick-up: Individual guests are requested to pick up their documents at our of ce located at the Orangery. We are open daily from
9:00am. Groups will receive all documents from one of our staf members right before the start of the program.
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WHERE TO STAY
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Many of the big, traditional hotels are located near the
Ringstrasse, which circles Viennas city centre. The room
prices that we list are rack rates; the price you pay may
be different depending on the season, holidays, weekend
offers, and special events.
Hotels
Altstadt Vienna F-3, Kirchengasse 41, MVolksthe-
ater, tel. +43 1 522 66 66, hotel@altstadt.at, www.
altstadt.at. The Altstadt is a meeting place for artists,
musicians and travellers looking for a characteristic hotel
with good service. Art can be found all over the hotel, from
the reception and the rooms to the exhibitions in the Red
Salon. The rooms are all different, with high ceilings, plump
floral sofas, classic and designer furniture, honey-coloured
parquet floors, unusual lighting and contemporary art. The
English-style Red Salon accommodates the superb breakfast
buffet as well as a bar, where you can relax by the fireplace.
Q 42 rooms (singles 119-169, doubles: 139-209, suites
169-369). TAGW
ARCOTEL Kaiserwasser Wagramer Strasse 8,
MKaisermhlen/VIC, tel. +43 1 22 42 40, kaiser-
wasser@arcotelhotels.com, www.arcotelhotels.com.
Located opposite the UN centre and the Austria Centre
Vienna conference and trade fair halls, and right by the metro
station, the Arcotel is often frequented by diplomats and
business travellers. The magnificent view of the Danube and
Viennas skyline make up for the time it takes to get to the
city centre. And when diplomacy fails, relax in the generous
spa and fitness facilities. Q 282 rooms (doubles 99-329,
suites 159-389). HAFK
Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen I-3, Rennweg 16,
MRennweg, tel. +43 1 20 63 30, savoyen@austria-
trend.at, www.austria-trend.at. Named after Prince
Eugene of Savoy, this stylish and elegant hotel is located just
a stones throw from the Belvedere Palace and the botanical
gardens in Viennas embassy quarter. The hotel prides itself in
offering not only lovingly decorated rooms and executive suites
featuring terraces with a breathtaking view, but also a state-
of-the-art wellness spa. Conference facilities are also quite
impressive with 18 rooms of various sizes. Q HAFKD
Bristol B-3, Krntner Ring 1, MKarlsplatz, tel. +
43 1 51 51 60, hotel.bristol@luxurycollection.com,
www.starwoodhotels.com. The Bristol, opposite the
State Opera, has welcomed many guests of international
standing. The Korso restaurant is well-known for being one
of the citys best adresses. Be sure to request a room with
a balcony facing the opera. If you have the opportunity to
book one of the impressive tower suites, do not hesitate to
jump at the chance. Q 158 rooms (doubles 269-364, suite
509-4.400). PTJHARUFGKW
P Air conditioning A Credit cards accepted
O Casino H Conference facilities
T Child friendl y U Facilities for the disabled
R Internet W Wi-Fi L Guarded parking
F Fitness centre G Non-smoking rooms
K Restaurant M Nearest U/S-Bahn station
D Sauna C Swimming pool
Symbol key
Together with In Your Pocket, the citys hotel concierges
are important sources of information for travellers.
Recognised by the golden crossed keys on the lapels
of their jackets, good concierges will be able to give you
restaurant and sightseeing tips, and can book event
tickets for you. In this issue, we speak to Teresa Werginz,
concierge at the Vienna Marriott Hotel.
This make our hotel special... We're right at the heart-
beat of the city! We have an excellent location next to the
lovely Stadtpark and near many historical monuments. In
the hotel you'll immediately feel at home with our warm
and friendly staff who are dedicated to keeping the high
Marriott standards of hospitality.
Guests strange requests... Once I was asked to trace
back the history of a great-grandfather with only his name
and a photo showing a sign of the army barracks he had
served at in the background. My colleagues and I did not
only find out what happened to the young soldier in the
photo, but also managed to find long lost family members
still living in Vienna, who then met with our guest!
Special restaurants I recommend... The Zum Weissen
Rauchfangkehrer is a culinary jewel; with little booths and
soft live piano music it has a very cosy ambience, and the
service is first class, with waiters and the experienced
sommelier giving you detailed information and recom-
mendations. The origin of the name The White Chimney
Sweep is something you'll have to discover yourself!
Special sights I recommend... Vienna is well known
for having produced many modern and classical music
greats, and the Haus der Musik is a fun place for young
and old to spend hours playing with sound.
Meet the concierge
Concierges that are members of the
"Les Clefs d'Or" international concierge
association (Union Internationale des
Concierges d'Hotel) can be recognised
by the crossed gold keys on their lapels.
This means that you are dealing with a
professionally trained concierge who has built up the
skills and contacts to open doors for you throughout
the city and indeed the world. They should have a quick
reply to any question or request you have.
Les Clefs dOr
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Capricorno Schwedenplatz 3-4, MSchwedenplatz,
tel. +43 1 53 33 10 4 0, capricorno@schick-hotels.com,
www.schick-hotels.com. The 4-star Hotel Capricorno
in Vienna offers everything you look for in a metropolitan
hotel: an ideal location in the 1st District with good transport
connections, underground and trams right on our doorstep
at Schwedenplatz, and all the highlights and insider tips
among Viennas landmarks just a few minutes walk away.
Q PTJAGKW
City Central C-1, Taborstrae 8, MSchwedenplatz, tel.
+43 1 21 10 50, city.central@schick-hotels.com, www.
schick-hotels.com. The Hotel City Central is situated - as
its name suggests - right in the heart of Vienna. The historic
hotel - the house in the Taborstrasse in the 2nd District was first
mentioned in a document dating back to 1729 - is nowadays
equipped with all modern conveniences, such as air conditioning
and high-speed internet access. The hotels proximity to all the
famous sights in Vienna and to major company headquarters
makes it a popular choice for vacationers and business travel-
lers alike. Q 58 rooms (singles/doubles 127). PTAGW
Das Triest G-3, Wiedner Hauptstr. 12, MKetten-
brckengasse, tel. +43 1 589 18 10, office@dastriest.
at, www.dastriest.at. Hotel Triest is a comfortable hotel
located close to Karlsplatz, one of the citys main hubs.
The rooms are crisp, clean and white, almost to the point
of obsession. The design of the rooms and the hotel is very
modern, and some of the suites have their own little terraces
or gardens. Das Triest offers gourmet northern-Italian speci-
alities at its awarded restaurant Collio. Q 72 rooms: singles
224, doubles 289, suites 358-585. PTAGKW
Das Tyrol G-3, Mariahilferstrasse 15, MMuseums-
quartier, tel. +43 1 58 75 41 50, reception@das-tyrol.
at, www.das-tyrol.at. If the primary reason to visit Vienna
is shopping, then look no further than this cool boutique hotel
right on the busiest shopping street. The rooms are on a
smaller side as is the reception area, but the cool minimalist
interior, upscale wellness centre and the friendly staff more
than make up for it. The lobby and rooms are decorated with
original contemporary artwork.
Erzherzog Rainer Wiedner Hauptstr. 27-29, MKarl-
splatz, tel. +43 1 221 11, rainer@schick-hotels.com,
www.schick-hotels.com. As a guest of this 4-star hotel,
you should at least appreciate a touch of nostalgia - after all,
the private hotel gets its flair from its almost 100-year-old
tradition. Nonetheless, the charm of Old Vienna can only
be felt where it is called for - all hotel facilities are of course
state-of-the-art and technically absolutely modern.Because
of its Location in the liveable 4th District in Vienna, the hotel
is loved by both business travelers and tourists alike. Q
PTAKW
Grand Hotel B-3, Krntner Ring 9, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 51 58 00, info@grandhotelwien.com, www.
grandhotelwien.com. This hotel is a reminder of the pomp
and grandeur that defined the Austrian Empire prior to its
demise at the end of World War I. If the exterior of the hotel
doesnt awe you, the marble inside will. The hotel is within
walking distance of all the major attractions in Viennas first
district. Rooms are expensive, but the service at this five-star
hotel is exquisite. Q 225 rooms (doubles 239-320, suites
720-2,150). PTJHAUGKW
Hilton C-2, Stadtpark 1, MLandstrae, tel. +43 1 71
70 00, info.vienna@hilton.com, www.hilton.at. Situated
right outside the airport train terminus, the Hilton is very
convenient for business travellers. The rooms are good and
the staff is prompt and courteous, making this four-star hotel
a nice place to stay. It also hosts a very fancy nightclub, The
Box, and a bar. Q 641 rooms (singles/doubles 179-229,
suites 179-2,629). PTJHARUFGKXW
Hotel am Parkring C-2, Parkring 12, MStubentor, tel.
+43 1 51 48 00, parkring@schick-hotels.com, www.
schick-hotels.com. Fantastic panoramic views of Vienna
await guests staying in the Hotel am Parkrings rooms and
suites, which is located on the upper floors of a tall 1960s
building that was both criticised for its design and loved by
many famous artists that stayed here in the early years.
Friendly service and modern, comfortable rooms complete
the offer. Q 58 rooms; singles: 98-113, doubles: 135-165,
suites 190-220. PJAUGKW
Altstadt Vienna
Arcotel Kaiserwasser
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Hotel am Stephansplatz B-2, Stephansplatz 9,
MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 53 40 50, office@hotelam-
stephansplatz.at, www.hotelamstephansplatz.at. Its
impossible to get any closer to the heart of Vienna - it beats
right outside the wondows here on Stephansplatz. With St.
Stephens Cathedral just 56 steps from the front door and the
citys pedestrian zone at your feet, this hotel is a good place to
meet for business or to start exploring the city. Q 56 rooms:
160-240; suites 260-380. PTJAUGKW
Imperial C-2, Krntner Ring 16, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 50 11 00, hotel.imperial@luxurycollection.com,
www.starwoodhotels.com. As the name suggests, this
hotel is one of the finest the city has to offer. Its presiden-
tial suite is where foreign state visitors and official guests
reside. The rooms are spacious and precious antiques and
historical details are seamlessly combined with modern
comfort. If you are interested in a hand-ironed newspaper
or a perfectly prepared bath, the hotel provides an authentic
butler service. Its also one of the most beautiful buildings on
the Ringstrasse, and at night is enhanced by its facade light-
ing. Q 138 rooms: doubles 359-477, suites 400-5,000.
PYJHARUGBKW
Intercontinental C-3, Johannesgasse 28, MStadt-
park, tel. +43 1 71 12 20, vienna@ihg.com, www.
vienna.intercontinental.com. This large and modern hotel
overlooks the Stadtpark and offers a great view of the city
centre. The Intercontinental is the hotel of choice for visiting
rock stars, actors and other dignitaries on official business in
Vienna. The rooms, service and restaurant comply with the
standards of this crowd, so you can be sure that you too will
have nothing to complain about. The cocktail bar is a popular
meeting place in Vienna. Q 458 rooms: doubles 179-249,
suites 329-479. PJHARUFGKXW
Le Mridien A-3, Opernring 13, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43
1 58 89 00, www.starwoodhotels.com/lemeridien. The
modern majesty of Le Meridiens restaurant is reason enough
to rendezvous here. The hotel appeals to all your senses, the
modern, colourful dcor draws you in like a moth to a flame.
Located near Heldenplatz on the Ringstrasse, it is close to
just about everything and offers a range of inviting amenities
and state of the art facilities, such as fitness facilities, sauna
and whirlpool. Q 334 rooms: singles/doubles 189-409,
suites 489-1199. PJARUFGBKDXW
Marriott C-2, Parkring 12a, MStubentor, tel. +43 1
51 51 80, www.marriott.com. One of the nicest Marriotts
weve seen on our travels. In addition to the great service,
this particular hotel stands out as it is one of the few with a
pool. It is located just across the street from the beautiful
Stadtpark, a great place to relax, and the US embassy shares
the building. Q 357rooms: singles/doubles 199-278, suites
349-990. PJHARFGKXCW
Palais Coburg C-2, Coburg Bastei 4, MStubentor,
tel. +43 1 51 81 80, hotel.residenz@palais-coburg.
com, www.coburg.at. The Palais Coburg offers culture
and luxury comfort to its guests in a very elegant ambiance.
Furthermore, this is the place to go for luxury culinary indul-
gence. Every Monday an exquisite barbeque is held in the
hotel garden. Coburg is also famous for housing the citys
largest wine cellars. On Saturday nights, enjoy a presentation
of rare wines while listening to live jazz at the wine bar. At
this exclusive hotel only suites are available. Q 34 rooms:
suites 670 - 2,700. PJARUGBKW
Roomz Vienna Paragonstrasse 1, MGasometer, tel.
www.roomz-vienna.com, welcome@roomz-vienna.com,
www.roomz-vienna.com. Next to the landmark Gasometer
complex with its converted gas tanks containing shops and
cinemas, Roomz is a budget design hotel that sees itself as
a work of art - and each of the comfy rooms is decorated in
one of four colour schemes: green, blue, brown and pink for
the girls. Just minutes from the city centre by metro. Q 152
rooms: singles 70-140, doubles 80-170. PAUGKW
Sacher B-3, Philharmonikerstr. 4, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 1
51 45 60, wien@sacher.com, www.sacher.com. The famous
Hotel Sacher was first opened in 1876 by Eduard Sacher. Since
1934 the Grtler family has owned it, working hard to preserve
the tradition and elegance. The hotel is widely known for provid-
ing scenery for The Third Man film and, more importantly, for its
famous Sachertorte chocolate cake. The red-clad doormen will
usher you inside, where you can admire the imperial grandeur,
dating back to the times of Prince Metternich. Q 152 rooms:
doubles 465-678, suites 820-2,540. PJARGKW
Imperial
Marriott
Roomz Vienna
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Stefanie C-1, Taborstr. 12, MSchwedenplatz, tel.
+43 1 21 15 00, stefanie@schick-hotels.com, www.
schick-hotels.com. An elegant four-star hotel at just a
stones throw from Viennas main sights. With more than
three hundred years of history, the Stefanie fits seamlessly
into Viennas rich traditions, yet spacked with modern com-
forts. Most rooms overlook a calm inner courtyard. Q 120
rooms: singles: 106; doubles: 161-181. PTAGW
Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof A-2, Herrengasse
10, MHerrengasse, tel. +43 1 53 40 40, www.stei-
genberger.com. You cant beat the location of this majestic
five-star hotel just a block away from the Hofburg Palace and
the luxury shopping triangle. Fabulously designed rooms cre-
ate a light minimalist environment, and the deluxe suite with
a terrace on the top floor is a real gem. Other facilities, such
as the spa and conference centre, are also top-of-the-line.
On the down side, we believe their breakfast is ridiculously
overpriced at 26, especially considering the abundance of
cafs and bakeries in the area.
The Levante Parliament F-2, Auerspergstr. 9,
MRathhaus, tel. +43 1 22 82 80, parliament@
thelevante.com, www.thelevante.com. The Levante
Parliament is located just north of the city centre next to
City Hall and Parliament. All famous sights in the centre are
within walking distance. Levante has 70 rooms and suites.
The beauty of this exclusive hotel lies in its straightforward
form of exceptional architecture from 1908. The service is
exceptional, and the cocktail bar plus the extravagant garden
restaurant are more than inviting. Q 70 rooms: singles 235,
doubles 310, junior suites 930. PJARGBKW
Stefanie
The Ring B-3, Krtner Ring 8, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43
1 221 22, hrw-reception@jjwhotels.com, www.thering-
hotel.com. One of the most fashionable design hotels in Vi-
enna, the Ring offers exceptional comfort and casual luxury in
every detail. Check in at the state-of-the-art reception desk,
and get whisked up to your stylish room or suite. The hotel
has a bar called Drings and an exclusive restaurant called
At Eight. Q 68 rooms (180-290). PJAUGKW
Vienna Urban Resort Apartments B-1, Werdertor-
gasse 4/5, MSchottenring, tel. +43 1 535 22 00 30
01, info@urbanresort.at, www.urbanresort.at. Fully-
furnished design apartments, located in central areas of
Vienna. The apartments offer a great alternative to hotels for
both short- and long-term stays in Vienna, to business travel-
lers as well as tourists. These spacious apartments feature
one or two separate bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens, wifi
internet and all the other amenities of your own home. Q 9
apartments: 70-140. TJAUGW
Vienna Urban Resort Hotel C-4, Sechshauserstr. 83,
MSchnbrunn, tel. 892 13 87, info@urbanresorthotel.
at, www.urbanresorthotel.at. The Vienna Urban Resort
Hotel is a newly opened design hotel in Viennas 15th district,
within walking distance of Schnbrunn Palace and near Vien-
na Westbahnhof station. The hotels facade is a special work
of art, designed by the famous Viennese architect Heribert
Thanner. The hotel also hosts the trendy Italian restaurant
Capa Tosta known for its authentic Neapolitan pizza. Q 43
rooms: singles 69-95, doubles 78-120. TAUGKW
Hostels
Wombats E-4, Mariahilferstr.137, MWestbahnhof,
tel. +43 1 897 23 36, www.wombats-hostels.com.
Wombats offers several different types of rooms, from single
to six-bed set ups, and also features a great lounge area up-
stairs and a bar downstairs. There is always an international
group of people staying at Wombats, so branch out and meet
new people to explore Vienna. Voted best hostel in Austria
in 2009. Q 80 rooms (doubles 29 per person, triples 25
per person, dorm beds 20). YAR
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Vienna is of those cities where coffee is much more than
just a drink. Many coffee houses in Vienna date back to
the 19th century, when there was little private heating,
and people used the coffee houses as a second living
room, because they could not afford to heat their homes.
Unlike some other caf traditions around the world, it is
completely normal for a customer to linger alone for hours
and study the omnipresent newspapers. Along with coffee,
the waiter will serve an obligatory glass of cold tap water
and during a long stay will often bring additional water
unrequested, with the idea being that you are a guest
who should feel welcome and not pressured to leave for
another patron. Many cafs provide small food dishes
like sausages as well as desserts, cakes and tarts, like
Apfelstrudel and Linzer torte. In many classic cafs piano
music is played in the evenings and social events like liter-
ary readings are held.
Caf Central A-2, Herrengasse 17, MHerrengasse,
tel. +43 1 533 37 64 26, www.palaisevents.at. Originally
opened in 1860, Caf Central boasts a number of famous
regulars over the years, including Leo Trotsky, Adolf Loos,
Vladimir Lenin and Sigmund Freud. The caf, restored in
1986, is reminiscent of both the intellectuals who frequented
the caf and the imperial grandeur of Austria. Caf Central
is perfectly situated behind the Hofburg, making it an ideal
place to stop for a delicious piece of Apfelstrudel and rich
hot chocolate after youve spent hours wandering through
the nearby twin museums and the Imperial Palace. Reserva-
tions recommended for groups. QOpen 07:30 - 22:00, Sun
10:00 - 22:00.
Caf Drechsler G-3, Linke Wienzeile 22, MKetten-
brckengasse, tel. +43 1 581 20 44, www.cafe-
drechsler.at. The crisp, clean interior of this caf is beguiling;
with its danceable beats and hip staff, Caf Drechsler is one
of the coolest cafs in town. It is also the caf with the longest
opening hours, only closing for an hour in the middle of the
night to clean. With the exception of Monday, Caf Drechsler
opens up every morning at 03:00, making it one of a handful of
locations where party animals can get a good ham and eggs or
other breakfast items before sunrise. QOpen 03:00 - 02:00,
Mon 08:00 - 02:00, Sun 03:00 - 24:00.
Caf Griensteidl A-2, Michaelerplatz 2, MHerren-
gasse, tel. +43 1 52 52 69 20, www.cafegriensteidl.
at. Located at the back exit of the Hofburg, Caf Griensteidl
is another typical Viennese coffeehouse. Its spacious, high-
ceilinged room and lovely terrace make it a great place to
relax and listen to the carriages pass by. We believe the Black
Forest cherry cake is one of the best around; if nothing else,
a slice of this cake should put the caf on your radar. QOpen
08:00 - 23:30. G
Caf Hummel F-2, Josefstdterstr. 66, MJosef-
stdterstrae, tel. +43 1 405 53 14, www.cafehum-
mel.at. Caf Hummel has been run by the same family for
three generations, giving it the sort of continuity that is only
found in family-owned businesses. The caf has a wonderful
breakfast with extended breakfast hours on the weekend.
During the World Cup, Caf Hummel will be broadcasting
all games live, so get out your flag and come cheer your
team. When the World Cup is not dominating the airwaves,
you can chill out in Caf Hummels TV room and watch any
number of programmes. The caf also has newspapers from
all over the world available for free. QOpen 07:00 - 24:00,
Sun 08:00 - 24:00.
Caf Landtmann A- 1, Dr. Karl - Lueger- Ring 4,
MSchottentor, tel. +43 1 24 10 01 10, www.landt-
mann.at. Located in the heart of Vienna, this caf has
a definite advantage over the other coffeehouses in the
winter: despite the cold, you can still sit outside on the
heated glass veranda, which looks out to the Burgtheater
and the neo-classical Rathaus (town hall), seat of the citys
government. The caf specializes in seasonal and Austrian
deserts, and the excellent brews will remind you why Vienna
is so well known for its coffee. The waiting staff has retained
many typical aspects of Viennas coffee culture, so beware
the Wiener Schmh, it just might put a big smile on your
face. QOpen 07:30 - 24:00.
Caf Central
Caf Sperl sterreich Werbung/Bartl
If you order just a coffee in Vienna, dont be surprised
when the waiter continues to stare at you... hes waiting
for you to be more specific than that. Below a selection
of the most popular variations of coffee served. Most
prominent are the Melange or a large and small Brauner.
Most cafes will also serve you popular international
choices such as cappucino or caf latte.
Brauner Large or small black coffee with milk added
for getting its brown colour
Espresso Large or small black coffee from the
Espresso-machine
Einspnner Double espresso with whipped cream
Mokka Large or small black coffee in a large or small
mocha-cup
Melange Large cup of coffee with hot milk foam
Kaisermelange Large mocha without milk, but stirred
with an egg yolk, honey, cognac or brandy
Kapuziner Small mocha with some drops of cream
Coffee menu decoder
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Probably in no other city would you find such mind-
boggling variety of savoury cakes, cookies, chocolates,
nougats, marzipans and baked goods. Few other places
in the world would have locals choosing to eat a sweet
dish as a main course for dinner. Pastry and confec-
tions are as quintessential to Vienna as St. Stephans
Cathedral or the waltz. Craving some sweet fix for lunch?
Try a slice of the famous Apfelstrudl apple pie. Whats
for dinner? How about some Kaiserschmarrn - sliced
pancakes served with sugar powder, cinnamon and
plum jam? Even i f you dont have a sweet tooth, you
are almost certain to grow one in Vienna. And while
you wont have to walk more than a block or two be-
fore you run into another place that will tempt you to
compromise on your cholesterol, these are the venues
that you shouldnt miss.
Gerstner K.U.K Hofzuckerbcker Krntner
Strae 13-15, M Stephansplatz, tel. +43 1 512 49
63, gerstner@gerstner.at, www.gerstner.at. Back in
1847, Anton and Barbara Gerstner opened a pastry shop
in central Vienna which was later commissioned by the
Imperial Court to supply desserts for the Austrian royal
family. More than a century later, the tradition of culinary
excellence is still thriving. Mouthwatering cakes, dainty
chocolates, attractive open sandwiches and the aroma
of coffee make this historic Konditorei a desirable ad-
dress for gourmands from near and far. Dont miss their
cup cakes - a New York creation that has found some
followers this side of the Atlantic as well.QOpen 08:30-
20:00, Sun 10:00-18:00.
K.U.K Konditorei L. Heiner Krntner Strasse
21-23, M Stephansplatz, tel. +43 1 512 68 63,
www.heiner.co.at. Located on two floors in the centre
of town, this classy imperial caf-cum-pastry shop is
a reflection of what the old Viennese caf culture is all
about a nice cup of coffee with a delicious cake over
a lively chat with friends. Pick a slice of traditional cake,
such as Esterhazyschnitte or Dobostorte, water
it down with a cup of melange and admire a wealth
of petites fours and marzipan figurines on display
behind the glass counter.QOpen 08:30-19:30, Sun
10:00-19:30. Also at Wollzeile 9, M Stephansplatz,
tel. +43 1 512 23 43.
Kurkonditorei Oberlaa Neuer Markt 16, M
Stephansplatz, tel. +43 1 513 29 36, kurkon-
ditorei@oberlaa-wien.at, www.oberlaa-wien.at.
Viennas sel f-proclaimed sweetest address consists
of ten Konditorei and cafs, including the famous
Caf Dommayer in the 13th distri ct where Johann
Strauss gave his first waltz concert in 1849. In ad-
dition to traditional cakes and chocolates, Oberlaa
specializes in seasonal Christmas loaves with orange
and lemon bits, raisins and hazelnuts, known locally
as Christstollen, as well as eight di fferent flavours
of Laa- Kronen, cri sp and creamy Pari si an-styl e
macaroons.QOpen 08:00-20:00. Also at Babenberg-
erstrasse 7, MMuseumsquartier, open 08:00-19:00,
Sun 10:00-19:00.
Viennas Sweet Obsession
Caf Museum A- 3, Friedrichstrasse 6, MKarl -
splatz, tel. +43 1 586 52 02, museum@cafe-wien.
at, www.cafemuseum.at. The well -known Vi ennese
cafetier Berndt Querfeld, whose family also owns Caf
Landtmann and several other traditional coffee houses in
town, has restored this lovely turn-of-the-century venue to
its former glory, but added a touch of modern elegance.
Comfy plush seats and silver ball-shaped lamps bring a
cosy contemporary feel, and the mouthwatering cakes
would probably make Gustav Klimt and Otto Wagner drop
in for a cup of mlange and a chit-chat, just like in the
good old days when they were alive and regulars here.
QOpen 08:00 - 24:00.
Caf Prckel C-2, Stubenring 24, MStubentor, tel.
+43 1 512 61 15, www.prueckel.at. An exemplary,
U-shaped Ringstrasse caf in stunning Jugendstil design
that pampers its guests with a relaxed environment. Its
flawlessly designed to let you sink into a book or have an
intimate conversation with friends. The caf also organises
a bevy of concerts, readings and other events in other sec-
tions of the U, ensuring that its clientele always has sufficient
stimulating entertainment while simultaneously maintaining
the chill atmosphere for its more introverted guests. QOpen
08:30 - 22:00.
Caf Sacher B-3, Philharmonikerstr. 4, MKarlsplatz,
tel. +43 1 51 45 60, www.sacher.com. Hotel Sacher
is widely known for providing the scenery for much of The
Third Man and, more importantly, for its famous Sachertorte
chocolate cake. The hotels red clad doormen will usher you
into the crisp, classic caf, where you can enjoy a fresh slice.
True, you can get so-called Sacher Torten at other cafs
around town, but theres nothing like tasting the original in
its noble home. QOpen 08:00 - 24:00.
Caf Sperl G-3, Gumpendorferstr. 11, MMuseums-
quartier, tel. +43 1 586 41 58, www.cafesperl.at. Caf
Sperl first opened in 1880 and has been a hit amongst the
locals ever since. It became the preferred stomping grounds
for many singers, artists, writers, architects, generals and
public officials, despite the usual political and social differ-
ences in the artistic and military/public sectors. The pool
tables also set Caf Sperl apart from other coffeehouses,
and the cakes are to die for. The caf also has an extensive
international newspaper selection. QOpen 07:00 - 23:00,
Sun 11:00 - 20:00.
Caf Hawelka B-2, Dorotheergasse 6, MStepha-
nsplatz, tel. +43 1 512 82 30, www.hawelka.at. This
is a real legend. Multiple books and hundreds of articles
have been written about this classic caf and generations
of artists and authors have made this smoky den their
home. The Hawelka family is prominent in Vienna, and
99-year-old Leopold Hawelka still greets all his guests at
the door. Make sure to visit during the week, on weekends
larger tourist groups spoil the unique atmosphere. QOpen
08:00 - 02:00.
Demel B-2, Kohlmarkt 14, MStephansplatz, tel. +43
1 53 51 71 70, www.demel.at. Located in the upscale
Kohlmarkt shopping street and just behind the Hofburg,
Demel was once the Imperial and Royal Court Bakery.
Since the fall of the Austrian empire, Demel has continued
to produce world-class baked goods, and is a must-see
for anyone with a sweet tooth. Despite its prominence, the
prices are not too bad, so no excuses; enjoy the sweets and
the regal dcor, and poke around the museum beneath the
main part of the store for a glimpse into its imperial history.
QOpen 10:00 - 19:00.
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Viennas cosmopolitan character is reflected by a great
range of fine international restaurants. No matter if you
are looking for an exclusive restaurant in the first district
or you want to stop by at one of the authentic Asian eater-
ies - Vienna offers something for every taste. And the good
news: compared to other European cities typical tourist
traps are relatively rare.
Austrian
Viennese cuisine stands out for its superb cakes and pas-
tries, but a wide range of other unique dishes, like Wiener
Schnitzel and Tafelspitz are also steeped in local history.
The cooking tradition here has been inspired by many
cultures throughout the centuries. During the 17th and
18th centuries, Italian and French cuisine made their way
into the Viennese palate, followed by strong Bohemian and
Hungarian influences in the 19th century, creating a local
cuisine both unique and delicious.
Augustinerkeller B-2, Augustinerplatz 1, MKarl-
splatz, tel. +43 1 533 10 26. The Augustinerkeller is one
of the last cloistral cellars in Viennas first district, and was
formerly part of the citys defensive fortifications. Now it is
a restaurant loved by natives and tourists alike and serving
typical Austrian food in a Heuriger atmosphere with modern
flair. Enjoy the tantalizing dishes with a glass of wine or beer
and listen to the live Heuriger music that is the catalyst for
hours of fun. Be prepared to meet some interesting char-
acters, as was the case when Haydn used to play his fiddle
here for the soldiers on breaks from guarding the old city
wall. QOpen 11:00 - 24:00. A
P Air conditioning A Credit cards accepted
E Live music S Take away
T Child friendl y U Facilities for the disabled
G Non-smoking areas L Guarded parking
O Casino M Nearest metro station
B Outside seating I Fireplace
R Internet W Wi-Fi 6 Animal friendl y
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VIENNAS MOST
FAMOUS SCHNITZEL.
www.figlmueller.at
1010 Wien, Bckerstr. 6
Tel. 01/512 17 60
1010 Wien, Wollzeile 5
Tel. 01/512 61 77
Kitchen times
Mon-Sat 11:30-23:00
Postgasse 15
tel 513 72 15
beim@czaak.com
Figlmller
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Beim Czaak H-2, Postgasse 15, MSchwedenplatz,
tel. +43 1 513 72 15. A place that knows its Austrian
dishes, Beim Czaak has been a family business since 1928
and the attention to detail and tradition is evident from the
moment you walk in. If you are planning on dining in this
authentically rustic and relaxed restaurant, make a reserva-
tion before you goBeim Czaak attracts a large crowd of
regulars and tourists. QOpen 11:00 - 24:00. Closed Sun. G
Der Kuckuck B-2, Himmelpfortgasse 15, MStepha-
nsplatz, tel. +43 1 512 84 70, www.derkuckuck.com.
The cuckoo is a classic Viennese restaurant housed in a
building dating back to the middle ages, whose beauti ful
17th century baroque faade and renaissance portal invite
guests to enjoy Austrian specialities under graceful 16th
century vaulted ceilings. The dishes are all made from local
seasonal products, so you have a reason to come back again.
Check out the wine list: it is heavy in Austrian, Hungarian and
Slovenian wines and we highly recommend trying a bottle
or two. QOpen 18:00 - 24:00. Closed Sun. JA6G
Figlmller B-2, Wollzeile 5, MStephansplatz, tel. +43
1 512 61 77, wollzeile@figlmueller.at, www.figlmueller.
at. The history of Viennas most famous schnitzel began
in 1905, when Johannes Figlmller founded a small tavern
behind St. Stephans Cathedral dedicated to the Viennese
way of life. Right from the start, their schnitzel was what
it still is today: a bit bigger, a bit thinner and a bit crisper
than the others, and served with the classic potato salad
side-dish. Figlmller is still a lovingly-run family business.
The original restaurant on Wollzeile could not always cope
with the punters so a second outlet was opened around the
corner at Bckerstrasse 6. Schnitzel paradise. Q TJG
Franz G-4, Pregasse 29, MKettenbrckengasse, tel.
+43 1 585 25 57, www.franzwien.at. With red brick walls
and a wooden interior, this quaint beer pub is located right
off the Naschmarkt. Its a favourite among many locals, so
in the evenings it may be hard to find a seat. Franz serves
a decent breakfast until 17:00 on Saturdays and Sundays
and the best part is that all the coffee (or tea) you can drink
is included. QOpen 16:30 - 02:00, Sat, Sun 10:00 - 02:00.
A6UG
Grfin vom Naschmarkt G-3, Linke Wienzeile 14,
MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 1 586 33 89. The Countess of
Naschmarkt certainly wouldnt be your cup of tea unless
youve been partying wild all night and cant wait until the
morning to grab a bite. For many years, the sketchy grub
served here has served its purpose of being the feeder of
Viennas darker side. Night-owls from police on duty to
drunk clubbers all congregated here for a greasy after-hours
schnitzel and a beer. Lately, however, the place has gone so
Kuckuck
The Kuckuck (cuckoo) is one of the most traditional restaurants
in the heart of Vienna. Only five minutes walking distance from
St. Stephans cathedral it offers best Austrian hospitality with
excursions to the former Austrian-Hungarian monarchy. Come and
enjoy an evening in original Viennese atmosphere with perfect food
and wine. Non-smoking restaurant
Monday - Saturday from 6 p.m.
Restaurant Der Kuckuck
Tradition in the heart of Vienna
Himmelpfortgasse 15 A-1010Vienna
Tel.: 01/512 84 70 www.derkuckuck.com
sour (and expensive) that it now has a haters group of its
own on Facebook. QOpen 04:00 - 02:00.
Kronprinz Rudolph C-1, Taborstrae 12, MSchwe-
denplatz, tel. +43 1 211 50 423, stefanie@schick-
hotels.com, www.kronprinz-rudolph.at. Fine dining in
classic Viennese settings - the restaurants high ceilings,
massive chandeliers, royalty paintings and light atrium seat-
ing set the scene for great dinners consisting of seasonal
delicacies, and Viennese and Austrian classics. QOpen
12:00 - 14:30, 18:00-22:30. PTB
Lux F-3, Schrankgasse 4, MVolkstheater, tel. +43 1
526 94 91, www.luxwien.at. Lux specialises in modern
Austrian cuisine cooked strictly with local and seasonal prod-
ucts of the highest quality. The food is well prepared, tasty and
the portions are decent. The atmosphere is always warm and
cosy, making this a great option for dinner or drinks. Before or
after your visit, wander around the renowned Spittelberg area
with its romantic narrow streets and pretty houses. QOpen
11:00 - 01:00, Sat, Sun 10:00 - 01:00. T6G
Martinjak A-3, Opernring 11, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43
1 535 69 69. There are many places to try local food in Vi-
enna, but Martinjak, located opposite the Staatsoper, takes
Austrian cuisine to a whole new level in a way that mixes the
traditional with the modern. The dcor achieves this same
seamless mixture of classic and contemporary, creating a
warm, friendly atmosphere where you can even try smaller
portions of all the dishes on the menu at the bar - ideal for
those whose curiosity is piqued by the richness of Austrian
cuisine. After dinner head to Platzhirsch, the in-house club
where DJs will keep you grooving to wicked beats the whole
night long. QOpen 11:00 - 01:00. AG
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Plachutta C-2, Wollzeile 38, MStubentor, tel. +43
1 512 15 17, www.plachutta.at. Though particularly
famous in Austria for its beef dishes, Plachutta has become
a bastion for a range of traditional Viennese food. Forgoing
current culinary trends, the chefs here focus on the simple,
customary dishes of this former imperial capital - particularly
their famous Tafelspitz (boiled high-quality beef). While the
food is deliciously simple, the prices are on the expensive
side. QOpen 11:30 - 24:00. PTAG
Plutzerbru F-3, Schrankgasse 4/4, MVolkstheater,
tel. +43 1 526 12 15, www.plutzerbraeu.at. With its
vaulted ceilings and rustic dcor, Plutzerbru offers a cosy
atmosphere popular amongst students. Six times a year
artists are given a chance to leave their mark in the form
of an exhibition. The beer is homemade and the cuisine is
typical Viennese. If youve partied all night, this is a great
place to go for brunch on Sundays. QOpen 10:00 - 24:00,
Fri, Sat 10:00 - 01:00. T6G
Rei nthal ers Bei sl B- 2, Dorotheergasse 2- 4,
MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 513 12 49. Typical Aus-
trian food at relatibely low prices. The wait staff is friendly,
though at times stressed with all of the clientele, but dont let
that distract you from the above average food served here.
QOpen 11:00 - 23:00. TJG
Schnitzelwirt F-3, Neubaugasse 52, MNeubaugasse,
tel. +43 1 523 37 71, www.schnitzelwirt.co.at. In the
city of schnitzel, Schnitzelwirt is king. Why, you ask? For all
the essential reasons: the schnitzel is to die for, the sheer
size of the thing may kill you (or at least put you into a food
coma), and the price will barely put a scratch in your wallet.
Note that you might even leave smelling like a Schnitzel
after dinner here. QOpen 11:00 - 22:00. Closed Sun. TG
Stadtgasthaus Eisvogel I-1, Riesenradplatz 5,
MPraterstern, tel. +43 1 908 11 87, www.stadtg-
asthaus-eisvogel.at. The classy Eisvogel restaurant is
located at the entrance to Viennas amusement park and
next to the citys famous Riesenrad Ferris wheel. With a
long history of serving high-quality Viennese cuisine to
discerning locals, it now also caters to cheese connois-
seurs - Viennas most famous cheese sommelier is ready
to offer you perfect pairings sure to please your palate.
QOpen 11:30 - 24:00. AGB
Trzesniewski B-2, Dorotheergasse 1, MStepha-
nsplatz, tel. +43 1 493 13 32, www.trzesniewski.
at. For a qui ck snack i n the ci ty centre, a vi si t to thi s
house of l ong l asti ng tradi ti on i s a must. The Tresn-
i ewski buf fet of fers l i t tl e sandwi ches wi th vari ous
toppi ngs and egg-based spreads. From herri ng-oni on
to cucumber-egg, hearty meat or li ght vegetarian, spi cy
or mi l d, there i s an open- faced sandwi ch for ever y
taste, al l pri ced at 1 each. 18 of these spreads have
been on thei r menu si nce 1902, and several have been
added more recentl y. The most popul ar i s supposedl y
ham wi th egg, but youl l have to try them al l to fi nd your
favouri te. QOpen 08:30 - 19:00, Sat 09:00 - 17:00.
Cl osed Sun. TG
Typical Austrian Dishes and
famous Austrian wines in a
location that combines
traditional and urban charme.
Open daily from 11 - 1 am
Opernring 11, 1010 Wien
01 535 69 69
www.martinjak.com
Apfelstrudel - apple-filled pastry
Beuschel - a ragout containing veal lungs and heart
Butterschnitzel - chopped veal cutlet
Eiernockerln - egg dumplings
Frankfurter, Ksekrainer, Debreziner, Burenwurst
different kinds of sausages
Gebackene Leber - deepfried pork or calf's liver
Germkndel - yeast dumpling
Gulasch - a hotpot similar to Hungarian prklt
Kaiserschmarrn - sugared pancake with stewed plums
Marillenkndel - apricot dumplings
Palatschinken - Viennese crpes
Powidl - stewed plum jam
Rindsuppen - beef soup
Sachertorte - a chocolate cake
Schinkenfleckerl - pasta with ham
Schweinsbraten - roast pork
Selchfleisch - smoked meat
Tafelspitz - boiled beef, often served with apple and
horseradish sauces
Topfenstrudel - strudel filled with cottage cheese
Wiener Schnitzel - breadcrumbed and fried veal cutlet
Zwiebelrostbraten - onion roast beef
Austrian Specialities
Wiener Schnitzel sterreich Werbung/Wiesenhofer
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Wiener Wirtschaft
restaurant bar caf
mon-fri 11:00-01:00
sat+sun 10:00-01:00
schrankgasse 4 www.luxwien.at
Wiener Wirtschaft A- 4, Wiedner Hauptstr. 27-29,
MTaubstummengasse, tel. +43 1 22 11 13 64, rainer@
schick-hotels.com, www.wienerwirtschaft.com. Charm-
ing, rustic and genuine, the Wiener Wirtschaft is a typical
Viennese inn with good local dishes including classics like
Wiener Schnitzel or goulash, but also serving creative sea-
sonal interpretations of the Viennese cuisine. The drinks
list is worth a glance as several good Viennese wines, four
types of draught beer and some noble spirits from reputable
Austrian Schnapps distillers are available. The desserts are
tempting too, try the fluffy, tender Kaiserschmarrn. QOpen
11:00 - 23:00. T6G
Zum Weien Rauchfangkehrer B-2, Weihburggasse
4, MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 512 34 71, rauchfang-
kehrer@utanet.at, www.weisser-rauchfangkehrer.at.
One of the oldest and most renowned restaurants in town,
the white chimney-sweep was founded in 1848 as one of
the guild pubs of the old Vienna chimneysweeps. The typical
atmosphere originates from the 1920s when actors, singers,
painter and sculptors discovered it. The restaurant serves
classic Viennese ki tchen, wi th Tafelspitz, Szegediner
Gulasch, paprika chicken and Kalbsvogerln. Ironically,
nowadays itsa non-smoking restaurant. QOpen 12:00 -
22:00. Closed Mon, Sun.
American
Franks American Bar C- 2, Laurenzerberg 2,
MSchwedenplatz, tel. +43 1 512 34 28, www.indo-
chine.at. Franks serves American cuisine, but more than
just burgers and steaks. The drink list also reflects the chefs
sojourn in America. The food is fresh and delicious, delivering
a piece of American culinary culture. QOpen 11:00 - 02:00,
Sat, Sun 17:00 - 02:00. PJAG
Ribs of Vienna B-2, Weihburggasse 22, MStepha-
nsplatz, tel. +43 1 513 85 19, www.ribsofvienna.at.
Sometimes that primal urge to grab your food and sink your
teeth in takes hold, and you just have to abandon the fork and
the knife. For such occasions, Ribs of Vienna is the ideal fit.
Housed in a cellar dating from the 16th century, the orange
and white clad staff will serve a steaming heap of ribs. The
restaurants speciality is a meter of ribs, but they also have
excellent salads. QOpen 17:00 - 24:00. PJG
Many tourists and expats, especially those coming
from the countries where it is assumed that customer
is king, are often perplexed by the oddities of service in
Vienna. Indeed, the attitudes may range from extremely
polite and friendly, to professional but non-committal, to
outright arrogant and disrespectful. Some waiters and
salespeople tend to think that treating their customers
in a less than decent and courteous manner makes their
daily sport and boosts their ego. Locals claim that it has
always been like this and justify it with cultural differences
and low salaries and tips for the waiters. While this might
well be the case, it is also true that its your money youre
spending, and you absolutely deserve to be treated nicely
for your money! Here are some tips for visitors who have
experienced first-hand what the Viennese service with
a smile sometimes really means. If you believe youve
been pointedly ignored or spoken to in a rude tone, never
hesitate to let them know loud and clear that you are
unhappy with the service. Even if it changes nothing, youll
be sure to make a statement. Remember also that the
more often they see you, the better service you are likely
to get. The Viennese revere their Stammkunden (repeat
customers), and even reserve tables for them without
being certain they would show up at all. In virtually every
popular restaurant or coffee house you will stumble upon
several tables with Reserviert signs and sometimes
most tables have this sign even though the place looks
empty. Then its entirely your right to demand that a
table be made available for you. Most venues listed here
will, unless otherwise indicated, offer good professional
customer service, but if you experience anything differ-
ent, wed like to hear from you. Write to us at vienna@
inyourpocket.com.
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Steakpoint B-3, Akademiestr. 2, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 513 80 40, www.members.aon.at/steakpoint.
The Viennese make a lot of great food, but they are not
well known for their steaks. Enter Steakpoint. Filet, rib eye,
t-bone, prime rib: you name it, theyve got it, and will make
your steak exactly how you want it. The dcor is reminiscent
of an upscale roadhouse restaurant. QOpen 11:00 - 24:00,
Sun 17:00 - 24:00. JAG
T.G.I. Fridays B-3, Schubertring 13, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 714 89 95, www.tgifridays.at. No matter what you
order at T.G.I. Fridays near Schwarzenbergplatz, you can be
sure that your serving will be just like in America: big. Even the
cocktails are oversized. In contrast, the prices are relatively
small, especially when you take into consideration just how
much food is on your plate. For the ultimate American experi-
ence, stop by for happy hour, when the jumbo cocktails are
half price. Sports fans will also have their needs met here.
QOpen 17:00 - 24:00, Sat, Sun 11:00 - 24:00. JAG
Asian
Bamboo G- 4, Margaretenstrasse 51, MKetten-
brckengasse, tel. +43 1 585 40 61, www.bamboo-
restaurant.at. The craze for the all-you-can-eat Mongolian
grill has finally reached Vienna. Pick a plate and fill it with
various vegetables, all kinds of meat and fish, then add your
favourite sauce and have the chef cook your meal right in
front of you. Sushi, appetizers and sweets are also on offer,
as are different teas, soft drinks and beer. Good choice for
those who prefer eating as much (or as little) as they wish.
The lunch buffet (until 17:00) costs 8,50, the dinner buffet
13,50. Also at Kaiserstrasse 48. QOpen 11:30 - 23:00.
Dots F-3, Mariahilferstr. 103, MZieglergasse, tel. +43
1 920 99 80, www.dots-lounge.com. This experimental
sushi restaurant is located in Viennas busiest shopping
street, making it a great place to grab a bite after abusing
the credit cards all afternoon. The ambience, like the food,
is experimental, but the combination of lamps, lighting and
tables leaves a satisfying taste in your mouth, as does the
fresh fish. We recommend moving over to the similarly deco-
rated bar after dinner to continue the experience. QOpen
12:00 - 24:00, Sun 17:00 - 24:00.
Hanil Sushi A-3, Rechte Wienzeile 7, MKettenbrck-
engasse, tel. +43 1 585 35 90, www.hanil.at. Right next
to the Naschmarkt, this little restaurant may not seem like
much from the street, but dont let appearances fool you. This
is a favourite for running sushi, but if youre not that hungry
the Japanese specialities on their menu are also delicious.
The sushi comes with miso soup and costs 12.90, so come
hungry and eat your fill. Reservations are recommended for
dinner. QOpen 11:00 - 23:00.
LioUnge G-3, Gumpendorferstr. 29, MKettenbrck-
engasse, tel. +43 1 586 36 73, www.liounge.at.
LioUnges speciali ty is the Hotpot, or Chinese fondue.
Choose a soup and receive endless seafood, meats and
veggies to toss in. The simple and modern dcor makes
this a fun place to try something a bit di fferent than the
usual Chinese, at a price that doesnt break the bank.
QOpen 17:00 - 24:00.
Lis Cooking G- 3, Naschmarkt, Stand 126-129,
MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 1 585 40 57, www.liscooking.
at. This family-run Asian eatery at the Naschmarkt is usually
packed to capacity, and for good reason. The sushi sets and
mixed menu dishes are absolutely fantastic and reasonably
priced, and the friendly staff make you feel like a family
member. They will even bring you an appetizer on the house
if you come back to eat there again. Looks like they know
that offering good food and quality service are recipes for
success. QOpen 10:30 - 23:30. Closed Sun.
Lucky Chinese B-2, Neuer Markt 8a, MKarlsplatz,
tel. +43 1 512 34 28, www.luckychinese.at. Centrally
located on the Neuer Markt near the Kaisergruft, Lucky
Chinese is supposedly one of the oldest Chinese restaurants
in town. Since its inception 27 years ago, the restaurant has
adapted its menu to appeal to vegetarians as well as their
usual clientele, and branched out to include food from other
Asian countries. Chinese food in a graceful environment.
QOpen 11:00 - 22:00.
Saigon H- 3, Getreidemarkt 7, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 585 63 95, www.saigon.co.at. This el egant
Vietnamese restaurant near Karlsplatz can be a breath of
fresh air after wandering through the hectic Naschmarkt
or taking in the Secession museum, steps away. Saigon
features a buffet as well as a list of set dishes, all served
in a relaxed, green setting. QOpen 11:30 - 23:00. Closed
Sun. TAG
Shanghai Tan A-3, Gumpendorferstr. 9, MMuseum-
squartier, tel. +43 1 585 49 88, www.shanghaitan.
at. The oriental red lamps and dark wood furniture create
a unique atmosphere not found anywhere else in Vienna.
Downstairs the decorative wood panels separating each
table leave you feeling like you are the only one there. This,
coupled with the low lighting, makes it the perfect place for
a romantic dinner. With the kitchen open until 01:00, you can
stop by before or after an evening out on the town. QOpen
11:30 - 15:00; 18:00 - 02:00. Closed Sun. TAG
Vegetasia I-3, Ungargasse 57, MRochusgasse, tel.
+43 1 713 83 32, www.vegetasia.at. Vegetasia has the
honour of being the first vegetarian Taiwanese restaurant
in Vienna, and has upheld a tradition of excellent dishes
specially prepared for the herbivores amongst us. The long,
thin room provides an intimate, relaxed atmosphere that is
worth the trip to this part of town, which, admittedly, is off
the beaten path. An added benefit is the non-smoking policy,
giving you the perfect setting to dig into this delicious food.
QOpen 11:30 - 15:00; 17:30 - 23:00.
Wok & More B-3, Karlsplatz 1, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 505 76 03, www.wokandmore.at. Wok & More is
located just 100 meters away from the Staatsoper and offers
an all-you-can-eat Mongolian-style buffet. You can choose
any combination of seafood, meats and veggies from the
buffet and have the chef cook it for you on the spot. Dont
forget to pick a delicious sauce. While the buffet stays the
same for lunch and dinner, the price is slightly higher in the
evenings. QOpen 11:30 - 23:30.
T.G.I. Fridays
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Austrian dishes with Spanish influences are accompanied by
excellent wines, sparkling wines, and breathtaking views of the
city. Trust us - a romantic candlelight dinner here cant possibly
go wrong. QOpen 12:30 - 15:00, 18:00-22:30. PJAG
Do & Co B-2, Stephansplatz 12, MStephansplatz, tel.
+43 1 535 39 69, www.doco.com. If you flew into town
with Austrian Airlines, then you are already familiar with the
first-class catering that Do & Co can offer. This restaurant
is located centrally on Stephansplatz, so pop in to enjoy
its immaculate design, the beautiful view of St. Stephens
Cathedral, and its chic food. Just know that portions are
small and you shouldnt arrive with a big appetite. QOpen
12:00 - 15:00; 18:00 - 24:00. PJAG
Indochine 21 C-2, Stubenring 18, MStubentor, tel. +43
1 513 76 60, www.indochine.at. The former French colonies
of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia are the inspiration for the dishes
served in this vibrant red-coloured restaurant. The chef learned
the trade during his 13-year stay in Vietnam, so the experience is
pretty authentic. QOpen 11:30 - 02:00. PJAG
Korso B-3, Mahlerstr. 2, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 1 515
165 75, www.restaurantkorso.at. Korso, inside the Bristol
Hotel in the heart of Vienna, is an old upmarket meeting point
that serves top quality cuisine. The wood panelling and black
leather seating only add to the elegance. The two-course
lunch menu is a nice way to gastronomically pamper yourself
at a reasonable price. QOpen 07:00 - 23:00. PJAG
Procacci B-2, Goettweihergasse 2, MStephansplatz,
tel. +43 1 512 22 11, www.procacci1885.it. Ideal for
special occasions, this Italian restaurant and wine bar has
its roots in one of the oldest specialty delicatessens in Flor-
ence. Since 2006, Procacci has been adding to Viennas
culinary diversity - the chef is renowned for simple and
delicate food. The ambience is fancy and will live up to your
expectations for an excellent evening out. Their selection of
Italian and international wines is impressive. Reservations
recommended. Q Restaurant: Mon - Sun 11:30 - 23:00,
Bar: Mon - Sun 11:30 - 01:00. PJAG
Steirereck C-3, Am Heumarkt 2a, MStadtpark, tel.
+43 1 713 31 68, www.steirereck.at. A fancy restaurant
with typical Austrian cuisine, Steiereck can be found sur-
rounded by greenery of the Stadtpark and has numerous
delicious delicacies. Choose from a menu with five and six
course meals, and an optional assortment of paired wines
served with the courses. QOpen 08:00 - 23:00, Sat, Sun
09:00 - 19:00. PJAGB
French
Le Bol B-2, Neuer Markt 14, MStephansplatz, tel. +43
699 103 018 99, www.lebol.at. This small restaurant
is a must for anyone who enjoys French food. Whether you
need a good start in the morning or a tasty lunch, Le Bol has
something for you. The baguettes in particular should not
be missed: our favourite is the Joan de Florette, but you
will be satisfied with any of their options. Le Bol is always
full, so make a reservation. QOpen 08:00 - 24:00, Sun
10:00 - 24:00.
Salut B-2, Wildpretmarkt 3, MStephansplatz, tel.
+43 1 533 13 22, www.restaurant-salut.at. Quaint little
Salut specialises in French cuisine, and is just off the main
thoroughfare, meaning you get the beauty of the first district
without the annoyance of the constant flow of passersby.
Bring a date, and dive into this fine dining experience. QOpen
17:00 - 24:00. Closed Mon, Sun.
Balkan
Beograd G-3, Schikanedergasse 7, MKettenbrcken-
gasse, tel. +43 1 587 74 44, www.restaurant-beograd.
at. Beograd has been serving traditional Serbian food in this
up-and-coming part of town for the past 50 years, and is one
of the contributing factors to the area becoming an in-spot
in Vienna. The dcor is rustically Balkan, and the nightly live
music adds to the ambience. The specialities are prepared
on a charcoal grill, so even in the dead of winter you can get
that summer grill feeling. QOpen 11:30 - 02:00. Closed Wed.
Ilija F-2, Piaristengasse 36, MRathaus, tel. +43 1 408
54 31, ilija@aon.at, www.ilija.at. The welcoming sunny
beaches and blue lagoons of Dalmatia come to mind as you
enter this lovely family-owned restaurant in the 8th district. Ilija
and Katica Djuric, both natives of Zadar in Croatia, treat their
guests to delicious fish and seafood specialities from the Adriatic
coast, and refreshing Croatian wine. Pick your fish fresh from the
aquarium and it will be cooked to your liking. Traditional Balkan
dishes, such as cevapcici sausages and muscalica pork stew,
are also on offer. QOpen 11:00 - 15:00, 18:00-01:00.
Fine dining
Das Schick C-2, Parkring 12, MStubentor, tel. +43 1
514 804 17, parkring@schick-hotels.com, www.schick-
hotels.com. Austria and Spain share a common history,
celebrated in a culinary way at Das Schick, where excellent
Procacci
Das Schick
PROCACCI
The elegant restaurant in central Vienna
Fine Italian specialities - light cuisine, full enjoyment.
1010 Wien, Gttweihergasse 2
T: +43/(0)1/512 22 11, F: +43/(0)1/512 22 11 11
www.procacci1885.it
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Hungarian
Ilona Stueberl B-2, Brunerstrasse 2, MStephans-
platz, tel. +43 1 533 90 29, www.ilonastueberl.at.
Tucked away in a side street off Graben, this cosy family
establishment is a great reminder that Vienna was once
the capital of the Austro-Hungarian empire. Maria Fodor, the
owner since 1987, takes pride in serving the best gulyas
this side of the border, and many claim its better than in
Budapest. Chicken paprikas is also delicious. Be sure to
leave some space for heavenly somli galuska, a layered
chocolate and vanilla sponge cake with raisins, walnuts
and rum. Sadly, this place remains smoky because it is too
small to comply with new non-smoking regulations. QOpen
11:30 - 23:00.
International
JO9 B-2, Johannesgasse 9, MStephansplatz, tel. +43
1 974 46 27, www.jo9.at. This up-and-coming bistro is
a great find for anyone with special dietary needs or who
considers him or herself an epicure. The menu changes on
a daily basis, giving you a fresh excuse to go every day to
devour scrumptious food from all over the world. The staff is
very friendly and every Thursday arranges a themed dinner.
The food is exquisite and fairly priced, and special set-price
meals are offered to those on a tight budget. This is the
definite spot for a quick and tasty lunch in the city centre.
QOpen 08:00 - 16:00, Thu 08:00 - 24:00. Closed Sat, Sun.
TJVNGW
Orlando di Castello A-1, Freyung 1, MHerrengasse,
tel. +43 1 533 76 29, www.orlandodicastello.com. Ever
wondered what sitting in the middle of an Interior Design
magazine page feels like? This ultra-chic caf with cool, all-
white walls and white furniture with a touch of retro will do
a pretty good job bringing you right in. The nouvelle menu
Bitzinger Wrstelstand B-3, Augustinerplatz 1,
MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 1 533 10 26, www.bitzinger.
at. There are countless Wrstelstnde (hot dog stands),
but the Bitzinger Wrstelstand stands out because of its
modern design: it looks more like a fine dining establish-
ment than a simple street vendor. Unlike others, Bitzinger
also has beer on tap and a small daily menu. Its only a
short walk away from the Burggarten, so you can down
your cold beer and sausage while enjoying the park.
QOpen 10:00 - 05:00.
Blue Orange Bagel G-3, Margaretenstr. 9, MKarl-
splatz, tel. +43 1 581 17 70, www.blueorange.
co.at. Attention bagel lovers: this is your spot! But if
bagels arent your favourite, theres plenty of other things
to choose from on the menu, including many specials.
With the added bonus of free wireless internet, many stay
for an extra coffee or cave in for some Ben & Jerrys ice
cream. QOpen 07:30 - 22:00, Sat, Sun 09:00 - 21:00.
Maschu Maschu B-1, Rabensteig 8, MSchweden-
platz, tel. +43 1 533 29 04, www.maschu-maschu.
at. On several occasions we have traipsed through Vienna
searching for the best falafel. Time and again, the answer
is clear. By far, Maschu Maschu has the best falafel in town.
However, even better than the falafel is the pita mix, a
combination of falafel and kebab, served in sandwich form.
The assortment of sauces is also stellar. Seating is limited,
but you can get everything to go. QOpen 09:30 - 24:00.
Suppenbar.at F-1, Alser Strasse 21, info@suppen-
bar.at, www.suppenbar.at. This tiny eatery run by a
friendly bespectacled gentleman attracts many students
and professors from the nearby university campus. The
basic menu of soups, curries and salads changes every
week, and theres always a choice of vegetarian dishes.
The place is quite popular and often gets crowded at
lunchtime, so take-away might be a better, if not the
only option. Get there on trams N5, 33, 43, 44. QOpen
11:30 - 18:00. Closed Sat, Sun.
Trkis G-3, Mariahilferstr. 31, MMuseumsquartier.
Skip the international fast food options while shopping on
Mariahilferstrasse and head straight to Trkis instead. Ke-
bab stands that sell lamb rather than chicken kebabs are
not very numerous in Vienna, but Trkis steps in to save
the day with its overstuffed authentic lamb pita pockets,
or one or several other Turkish specialities. Try the spicy
sauce, too. QOpen 10:00 - 24:00, Sat 10:00 - 02:00.
Quick Bites
CapaTosta
Da Capo
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of salads, sandwiches and mini-burgers, as well as eclectic
desserts that many would use as a table decoration rather
than eat, will leave you satisfied if not totally overwhelmed.
A perfect place to meet up with friends for coffee or drinks
after work. QOpen 07:30 - 24:00. Closed Sun.
Italian
CapaTosta D-4, Sechshauserstr. 83, MSchnbrunn,
tel. +43 1 89 21 38 78 88, www.capatosta.at. Italian
pizzeria, meet urban chic and soul. From this glorious union
arose CapaTosta, a pizzeria that offers a modern, relaxing
atmosphere, delicious food and a full programme of soul
and jazz music. Check the website for live performances of
renowned soul musicians. Capa Tosta ranks high among our
favourite meeting places. CapaTosta is an easy walk from
Schnbrunn. QOpen 12:00 - 15:00; 19:00 - 01:00, Sat
19:00 - 02:00, Sun 19:00 - 01:00. PAG
Da Capo B-2, Schulerstr. 18, MStephansplatz, tel.
+43 1 512 44 91, www.dacapo.co.at. A stones throw
away from the cathedral, Da Capo spoils its guests with
exquisite Italian cuisine served in a warm, inviting setting.
Whether you are looking for a romantic evening or a fun
family night, this restaurant will cater to your needs. Their
succulent dishes such as homemade pasta or fresh seafood
ensure that your palate is not left wanting. The friendly staff
will help you choose the right wine to complete your meal. We
really like the pizzas baked in the wood-fired oven. QOpen
11:30 - 23:45. JAB
Il Sestante F-2, Piaristengasse 50, MRathaus,
tel. +43 1 402 98 94, www.sestante.at. This simple
Italian trattoria in the middle of Viennas posh 8th district
offers authentic thin-crusted brick-oven pizzas, yummy
fresh salads and excellent pasta dishes. The place seems
to be immensely popular among local families, no less so
thanks to friendly staff (and we do mean it!). Be sure to
make a reservation if you plan to eat after 19:00, and try
the fantastic fetuccine gamberetti con zucchini. QOpen
11:30 - 23:30. N
Pizza Mari H-1, Leopoldsgasse 23A, MTaborstrasse,
tel. +43 676 687 49 94, office@pizzamari.at, www.
pizzamari.at. Located j ust a bl ock from the vi brant
Karmelitenmarkt in the 2nd district, this modern pizzeria
spoils guests with authentic pizzas whose ingredients are
flown in from Naples. Especially the traditional marinara
and marguerita are out of this world. The waiters are at
times a bit pretentious, but for most clients what they eat
seems to matter more than who serves them. Reservations
recommended. QOpen 12:00 - 14:30, 18:00-23:00, Sun
17:00 - 22:00. Closed Mon.
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Heuriger Reinprecht Cobenzlgasse 22, tel. 32 01 47
10, www.heuriger-reinprecht.at. If you want to experience
a true Viennese wine cellar surrounded by the very vineyards
that provide the wine youre drinking, and if you dont mind
the relatively long trip to get out to this scenic location, then
Heuriger Reinprecht should be on your list. Live music helps
set the mood every day and its spacious wooden rooms,
packed with pictures and trinkets, make you feel as if you
have stepped back in time. Take tram N38 from Heiligen-
stadt metro station. QOpen 15:30 - 24:00.
Heuriger Maly Sandgasse 8, tel. 320 13 84, www.
heurigermaly.at. Run by the same family for three genera-
tions, Heuriger Maly is located at the beginning of a string of
Heurigen restaurants in the Grinzing area. Most places offer
traditional Austrian food, but Malys sense of familial tradi-
tion, excellent food, and traditional Heurigen music make it
a stand-out favourite. The owners make the wine in situ, and
their traditional wine perfectly compliments their traditional
culinary creations. Take bus N38A from Heiligenstadt metro
station. QOpen 16:00 - 24:00.
Feuerwehr Wagner Grinzingerstr. 53, tel. 320 24
42, www.feuerwehrwagner.at. Since 1683 this Heuriger
has been serving homemade wines and traditional Austrian
food to anyone who wanders up into the beautiful Grinzinger
area in Viennas 19th district. The Heuriger is surrounded by
vineyards. In the winter, the tiled stoves provide solace from
the frigid weather. If you are interested, you can even take a
tour of their wine cellar, but youll need to make a reserva-
tion beforehand. Take bus N38A from Heiligenstadt metro
station. QOpen 16:00 - 24:00.
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HEURIGEN & WINE BARS
2 % of Viennas land is used to grow wine. What makes
this exceptional is that Vienna is the only European
capital city that is producing its own wine. You can try
many of these wines at Heurigen restaurants, which
are seasonal places that offer fresh wine mostly from
their own fields. Traditionally these places would only
offer cold cuts with the wine, but today most Heurigen
restaurants also serve warm food. The best known
Heurigen taverns are located in Grinzing, a village in the
hills located on the north side of the city.
The Viennese soil along with the unique location and
climate provide the optimal conditions for traditional
winegrowing. In the historical vineyards around Vienna,
wild wine was already growing in primeval times though
it could even be proven that cultivated wine was grown
there as well. On-site findings show Vienna has been
growing wine already in 750 b.c.
There are about 720 hectares of vineyards within the
citys borders, which make Vienna the capital of wine.
The vineyards are shaping the landscape while many
people use the region for recreation.
Wiener Heurigen
Eulennest Vinothek & Weinbar G-3, Operngasse
30, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 1 890 22 72, eule1040@
eulennest.at, www.eulennest.at. The Owls Nest is a
small and cosy wine bar whose owners are major wine con-
noisseurs who love to pass their knowledge on in a variety
of tongues: English, French, Italian and German. There are
over 400 top Austrian wines to choose from and over 50
Edelbrnden (spirits). Up to 20 different open wines can be
found on the wine list every week, and besides the wines
theres also great-value food: fine Austrian and international
delicatessen, prosciutto, fine salami, ripe cheeses and
pasta dishes; we recommend the home-made quiche.
QOpen 12:00 - 22:00, Mon 16:00 - 22:00. Closed Sat, Sun.
Eulennest Vinothek & Weinbar
Take Tram D from the City Centre (MKarlsplatz or
MSchottentor) to Nussdorf. There switch to the Vienna
Heurigen Express.
Getting to Grinzing
Augustinerkeller B-2, Augustinerplatz 1, MKarl-
splatz, tel. +43 1 533 10 26. The Augustinerkeller is one
of the last cloistral cellars in Viennas first district, and was
formerly part of the citys defensive fortifications. Now it is
a restaurant loved by natives and tourists alike and serving
typical Austrian food in a Heuriger atmosphere with modern
flair. Enjoy the tantalizing dishes with a glass of wine or beer
and listen to the live Heuriger music that is the catalyst for
hours of fun. Be prepared to meet some interesting char-
acters, as was the case when Haydn used to play his fiddle
here for the soldiers on breaks from guarding the old city wall.
QOpen 11:00 - 24:00. A
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Of all the wonderful things that Vienna has to offer,
nightlife is not the least of them. There is something
for everyone in this town, and we mean everyone. From
trendy bars to Irish pubs, lounge clubs and underground
locations, offering all kinds of nocturnal fun you might be
looking for.
Bars
Blue Box F-3, Richtergasse 8, MNeubaugasse, tel.
+43 1 522 70 48, www.bluebox.at. Blue Box has been
around for a long time and has reached legend status in
Vienna. Really, its much more than a bar. Artists have exhibi-
tions, musicians film videos, and music in general has and
always will play an integral part in creating the bars atmo-
sphere. The ceilings are high, which helps make this a cosy,
inviting environment. When the weather is nice, the garden is
an excellent place to enjoy the company of friends. QOpen ,
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Sun 10:00 - 02:00, Fri, Sat 10:00 - 04:00.
Champions C-3, Parkring 12a, MStubentor, tel. +43
1 515 18 89 01, www.champions.at. Football, American
football, hockey, golf, baseball, basketball you name it, they
show it on their many screens. In addition to being your one-
stop shop for sports, Champions features a menu filled with
typical American dishes. The prices are decent, and you will
definitely get enough to eat. QOpen 07:00 - 24:00, Fri, Sat
07:00 - 01:00, Sun 13:00 - 24:00.
Donau G-3, Karl Schweighofer Gasse 10, MNeubau-
gasse, tel. +43 1 523 81 05, www.donautechno.com.
Located in a former synagogue, this bar has seen better
and worse times since it appeared on the social radar in
the 1980s. If you enjoy minimal techno and chill-out beats
as background music, Donau is your place. Its in a location
close to the Museumsquartier, which makes it a favourite
among students and young creative professionals. The
prices are reasonable and the cathedral-like environment is
worth a visit. QOpen 20:00 - 04:00, Fri, Sat 20:00 - 06:00,
Sun 20:00 - 02:00.
Hammond Bar H-1, Taborstrasse 33, MTaborstrasse,
tel. +43 1 968 92 15, www.hammondbar.at. This cock-
tail bar is located away from the city centre, and with a quiet
atmosphere and dimmed lighting, its perfect for visitors
who want to quietly sip their whiskey or champagne with
their friends. The prices are relatively high, but the quality of
the drinks means that you are getting your moneys worth.
QOpen 17:00 - 03:00, Sat 19:00 - 04:00, Sun 19:00 - 02:00.
Loos Bar B-2, Krntnerstr. 10, MStephansplatz, tel.
+43 1 512 32 83, www.loosbar.at. Designed by famous
architect Adolf Loos in 1908, this bars design is definitely
in accordance with one of Loos driving principles: cosiness.
A tiny space, made to look larger than it is by the mirrors
mounted along the walls above the wooden panelling, has
only a handful of tables so be prepared to share with strang-
ers. The beer selection is weak and overpriced, but the
cocktails are top-notch. Quentin Tarantino apparently had a
blast here. QOpen 12:00 - 04:00, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 05:00.
Scotch Club C-2, Parkring 10, MStubentor, tel. +43
1 512 94 17, office@scotch-club.at, www.scotch-club.
at. Sip on bubbly at the Scotch Club, a champagne bar-cum-
disco located opposite the Stadtpark. The design, like the
drink list, is classy, and smokers can indulge in a selection
of cigarettes available at the bar. On weekends, the disco
opens its doors to live acts, and the resident DJ makes sure
that tonight is a good night. QOpen 16.00 - 04.00, Tue, Wed
16.00 - 02.00. Closed Mon, Sun.
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Studio 67 F-3, Gumpendorferstr. 67, MPilgramgasse,
tel. +43 1 966 71 82, www.studio67.at. This trendy
new lounge and bar is the rising star of Viennas nightlife
scene. Studio 67 is decorated almost exclusively in white,
and the music makes this a great place to chill. The friendly
and dedicated staff speak English and make sure you will
have a great time, mingling with the fashionable crowd. In
addition to an array of cocktails, Studio 67 also has a nice
selection of champagne. Outside of the bar lounge area,
there is a non-smoking lounge and a seperated club room,
which gets busier once the evening advances. Q Open Thu
- Sat 20:00 - 04:00.
Caf bars
Caf Europa F-3, Zollergasse 8, MNeubaugasse, tel.
+43 1 526 33 83, www.europa-lager.at. If you need a
chill environment to relax before you really begin your night,
then you need to go this hip, modern caf. Upbeat yet relaxed
music adds to the cafs ambience and the young clientele
will help point you in the right direction when you are ready
to move on. Occasionally, the caf hosts parties in the back
half of the property, making your transition to the party scene
that much easier. QOpen 09:00 - 05:00.
Caf Leopold G-3, Museumsplatz 1, MVolkstheater, tel.
+43 1 523 67 32, www.cafe-leopold.at. Located in the same
building as the Leopold Museum, this trendy caf is the perfect
break while visiting the Museumsquartier. The large windows,
round chandeliers and the oak-trimmed bar create a classy look
with a warm atmosphere. From Thursday to Saturday the caf
transforms at night, with DJs cranking out funky electronic beats.
QOpen 10:00 - 02:00, Thu, Fri, Sat 10:00 - 04:00.
Caffe Latte F-3, Neubaugasse 39, MNeubaugasse,
tel. +43 1 523 55 09, www.caffelatte.at. This is practi-
cally a second home to many young professionals of Viennas
7th districts creative industry cluster. Young designers,
models or film directors leave their offices in the area and
bring their work or meetings to this caf. We recommend
the impressive weekend brunches, which often include beef
tartar, hot chocolate and champagne. In the summer, Latte
is best enjoyed from its 18th-century courtyard with palm
trees. QOpen 07:00 - 01:00.
Rochus I-3, Landstrasse Hauptstr. 55-57, MRochus-
gasse, tel. +43 1 71 01 06 06, www.rochus.at. This hip
caf in the third district is a nice alternative to the classic Vi-
ennese coffeehouse. The pipes running along the ceiling are
a bit of an eyesore, but the food is great and the atmosphere
is very inviting. This is a wonderful place to sit outside on a
summer morning and enjoy brunch. QOpen 08:00 - 02:00.
Scotch Club
WerkzeugH G- 4, Schnbrunnerstr. 61, MPilgram-
gasse, tel. +43 1 720 73 52 62, www.werkzeugh.at.
This special place came to be thanks to an architecture
project for students at the university who wanted to do more
than just make a theoretical plan. Now, it is a chill place for
those who need a quiet space to study, work or read in a
smoke-free environment. Every Sunday, WerkzeugH has
a delicious breakfast buffet, with the option of ordering a
smaller, more typical breakfast. WerkzeugH also features
interesting art exhibits and events that focus on various
topics. QOpen 16:00 - 01:00.
Clubs
Flex B-1, Augartenbrcke 1, MSchottenring, tel. +43
1 533 75 25, www.flex.at. For more then 15 years this
club has been famous for underground parties in Vienna.
With one of Europes best sound systems, every event is
unforgettable. About two years ago Flex started to change its
image from very alternative to a bit more hip. But no matter
who you are and how you are dressed - this club is definitely
a place to dance a night away. QOpen 18:00 - 04:00.
Fluc I - 1, Praterstern 5, MPraterstern, www.fluc.
at. Fluc is a great venue because it caters to every music
taste imaginable. The programme is replete with everything
from hip-hop and dance to rock, blues and progressive club.
Whats more, there is both an upstairs and a downstairs
venue with different musical moods, so that even on a single
night you can enjoy a variety of music styles. The drinks are
decently priced and the nearby Prater park makes for a fun
walk when your ears need a break from the beats. QOpen
22:00 - 05:00.
Lutz F-3, Mariahilferstrasse 3, MMuseumsquartier,
tel. +43 1 585 36 46, club@lutz-club.at, www.lutz-club.
at. At the weekend Lutz is just your basic club, with good DJs
and various types of music depending on the theme of the
night. Rest assured, you can dance the night away with your
friends, but the real party in Lutz happens every Tuesday at
the weekly Tipsy Tuesday party. The DJ plays funky house
beats mixed with hip-hop and remixes of the latest hits. If your
birthday is the same week you and some friends get in free
and also get free shots. QOpen 22:00 - 05:00. Admission 8.
ost klub B-3, Schwarzenbergplatz 10, MKarlsplatz,
tel. +43 1 505 62 28, www.ost-klub.at. Viennas status
as a gateway between east and west is reflected in the
music choice of the ost (east) klub. No techno here - the
cool cats jump around to arousing Balkan Beats, Gypsy-
Swing, Klezmer-Punk, Speed-Folk and Turbo-Polka here. The
passion and vitality of the music simply makes you want to
dance, and the clubs live concerts, DJs, film screenings and
food after midnight will keep you hooked.
Passage A-3, Burgring 1, MMuseumsquartier, tel.
+43 1 961 88 00, www.club-passage.at. Passage is
definitely more on the upscale side of things: if you arent
dressed well, dont even think about going downstairs to
mingle with the crowd. The DJs are world class and youll
sweat on the dance floor to their funky house beats, but the
ceilings are low by Vienna standards, and tend to make you
feel a bit closed in. Still, if you want to enjoy Viennas high
society, book it to Passage. QOpen 22:00 - 04:00.
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Prater Dome I-1, Riesenradplatz 7, MPraternstern, tel.
+43 1 90 81 19 29 00, www.praterdome.at. Prater Dome,
not far from the Riesenrad Ferris wheel, has multiple dancefloors
featuring house, techno and soul. There are also several lounge
areas for the less physically motivated. The wide range of
music is accompanied by a corresponding mix of people. Still,
you should plan on wearing something stylish to feel at home.
No matter which of these rooms you decide to grace with your
presence, expect the beats to beckon you to the dance floor all
night long. QOpen , Thu 21:00 - 04:00, Fri, Sat 22:00 - 06:00.
Pratersauna Waldsteingartenstrasse 135, MMesse
Prater, tel. +43 699 81 99 37 51, info@pratersauna.
tv, www.pratersauna.tv. Party with locals who know how
to have a great time. Built in the 1960s, the building retains
its original charm, while inside the modern dcor is the
backdrop for awesome dance beats and plenty of space to
dance. Perhaps one of the most interesting features is the
sink in the middle of one of the dance rooms, so you dont
even have to wait at the bar for a cold glass of water. Q
Open Thu-Sat 23:00-06:00.
Ramien G-3, Gumpendorferstr. 9, MMuseumsquart-
ier, tel. +43 1 585 47 98, www.ramien.at. Ramien is a
great two-in-one venue: upstairs, you can dig into delicious
and reasonably priced Asian dishes before heading down-
stairs to the lounge to enjoy a cocktail and hit the dance floor.
If you are planning on sitting down for a meal, reservations
are recommended as this is a popular place to eat out. If,
however, you only want a cocktail, just head downstairs and
enjoy the Asian-influenced dcor. On weekends Ramien
parties are often legendary. While it can get pretty hot in this
basement club, you will at no time be the only one on the
dancefloor. QOpen 11:00 - 02:00. Closed Mon.
Roxy A-3, Operngasse 24, MKarlsplatz, www.roxyclub.
at. The club definitely has its disadvantages - a narrow pas-
sageway reminiscent of an old wooden galleon between the bar
and the dance floor, which is not nearly big enough for all the
people wanting to get inside. But overall Roxy scores big points
for its funky hip-hop and house music and for the diversity of its
clientele. Q Open Thu 21:00 - 04:00, Fri, Sat 22:00 - 04:00.
Sass Club B-3, Karlsplatz 1, MKarlsplatz, www.
sassvienna.com. Sass Club often features concerts and
club nights in a downstairs venue that is somewhere between
Flex and Loos Bar in terms of design. Sass always has a good
mix of people and a well run bar with dedicated bar keepers.
It really comes in to save the day when you are looking for
an afterhours party to keep dancing in the wee hours of the
morning. If all the other places are kicking you out and you
still dont want to go to bed, this is the place to go.
The Loft E-2, Lerchenfeldergrtel 37, MThaliastrasse,
tel. +43 1 405 82 45, www.theloft.at. At the Loft, the
speakers pump out techno, hip-hop, rock anything that can
make you move. Its also the home base for the monthly 20
Years of Hip Hop event that runs by the best songs from the
past two decades. With two dance floors and a caf, this is
one of our favourite venues in Vienna. QOpen 18:00 - 02:00,
Fri, Sat 20:00 - 04:00. Closed Sun. Depending on event.
Volksgarten A-2, Burgring 1, MVolkstheater, tel. +43
1 533 05 18, www.volksgarten.at. Need a place to shake
your booty? Volksgarten is always a happening place, no matter
what night of the week it is. From hip-hop to dance to alternative,
your music tastes will be featured at this central venue. You
dont have to dress to the nines, but you should dress stylish,
as people in flip-flops or comfy clothes have been turned away
at the door. Q Opening hours depending on event.
Gay Vienna
Calling Vi enna the San Francisco of Central Europe
woul d be somewhat of an exaggeration. Nei ther woul d
a comparison to Amsterdam, Barcel ona or Berlin hol d
up, for that matter. Yet, al though gay li fe in Vi enna
is qui te l ow-key, things do happen, and for the most
part, a li ve and l et li ve atti tude seems to prevail
among the l ocals. The ci ty hosts an annual GLBT Pri de
Parade on the Ringstrasse, as well as a hi gh-profil e
international HI V/AIDS chari ty event known as the Li fe
Ball. As for the gay venues, most are clustered around
Naschmarkt in the 4th, 5th and 6th distri cts, but there
are a few others scattered around the ci ty. Austrians
aren t usuall y keen on starting conversation wi th
strangers, so don t be shy unl ess you want to spend
the evening by yoursel f.
Caf Berg A-1, Berggasse 8, MSchottentor, tel.
+43 1 319 57 20, www.cafe-berg.at. Caf Berg has
been catering to the gay, l esbian and transgender com-
muni ty for the past 17 years i n the same street that
Si gmund Freud once li ved and worked. The caf of fers
breakfast well into the afternoon, and the menu changes
from week to week. Several events are hel d here, from
fashi on shows to l i vel y parti es, and i f you want, you
can rent out the space to have your own bash. QOpen
10:00 - 01:00.
Caf Savoy G- 3, Linke Wienzeile 36, MKetten-
brckengasse, tel. +43 01 586 73 48, www.savoy.
at. Even i n the most cl assi cal setti ng wi th huge mi r-
rors, an i mpressi ve anti que chandel i er and the soari ng
fresco cei l i ng, theres some truth to the sayi ng Wien
ist anders - Vi enna i s di f ferent. What was once a
tradi ti onal cof fee house i s now a popul ar hangout for
l ocal gay and l esbi an communi ty. Caf Savoy i s mostl y
frequented by mature thi r ty-somethi ng men, but thei r
femal e fri ends l ove to j oi n them here as wel l . QOpen
08: 00 - 02: 00.
Eagle Bar F-3, Blmelgasse 1, MNeubaugasse, tel.
+43 1 587 26 61, eagle.bar@chello.at, www.eagle-
vienna.at. If you like to frequent gay bars but are beyond
the young 20s scene, then perhaps the grungier Eagle Bar
is a good choice. A leather bar located in a basement, you
ring the buzzer to gain entry into the dark, smoky locale
where you can get a drink at the bar or buy paraphernalia.
The more adventurous will enjoy exploring the dark room.
QOpen 21:00 - 04:00.
Felixx A- 3, Gumpendorf er Str. 5, MMuseums-
quartier, tel. +43 65 03 90 03 00, www.why-not.at.
An institution in Viennas gay scene since it was renovated
in 2004, Felixx attracts a young and hip crowd with its
funky cocktails, fresh beats and occasional events like
karaoke and drag shows. The huge crystal chandelier
i n the mi ddl e of the bar remi nds of the ol d Vi ennese
glass-making tradition, but otherwise the interior is quite
modern. QOpen 08:00 - 03:00.
Mango Bar G-3, Laimgrubengasse 3, MKettenbrck-
engasse, tel. +43 1 920 47 14, office@why-not.at,
www.why-not.at. Mango Bar is a gay bar where the size
of the two rooms dictates the need to rub shoulders - and if
youre lucky other body parts too - with fellow patrons. The
music is generally remixed pop hits and dance music, and
the bartenders are always attractive. A good place for any-
one who wants to see just where the night can go. QOpen
21:00 - 04:00. Closed Sun.
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Village Bar G-3, Stiegengasse 8, MKettenbrcken-
gasse, tel. +43 1 67 63 84 89 77, www.village-bar.
at. Village Bar is mostly frequented by gay men, although
the occasional female can be seen amongst the crowd.
The clientele tends to be more on the trendy side, which
is in keeping with the design of the bar. However, it is a
nice mix of younger and older guys, so no matter what
your taste, you will find Village Bar to your liking. QOpen
20:00 - 03:00.
Why Not? B-1, Tiefer Graben 22, MSchottentor, tel.
+43 1 925 30 24, office@why-not.at, www.why-not.
at. The queue outside the club is proof that this is the main
place to be for young gay men in Vienna. The two floors at
Why Not? are full of beautful men, with pop dance music and
techno beats on the dance floor. Prepare to dance all night
or have a drink with a stranger at one of the tables upstairs.
QOpen 21:00 - 06:00. Closed Sun.
Jazz clubs
Porgy & Bess B-2, Riemergasse 11, MStephans-
platz, tel. +43 1 503 70 09, www.porgy.at. Easily the
best location for jazz in Vienna, Porgy & Bess has been a
popular place among muscians and fans alike since the early
90s. Accordingly, it is usually one of the more expensive jazz
venues, but the concerts are worth every cent. Porgy & Bess
has an intense schedule and musicians from all over the
world play just about every night of the year, so no matter
when you come, youll be able to get a taste of great jazz.
QOpen 20:00 - 02:00.
Karaoke bars
Lemmon C-2, Wolfengasse 1, MSchwedenplatz, tel.
+43 699 11 96 15 72, www.lemmon.at. Tucked into a
tiny corner near the Fleischmarkt, this is the only karaoke
locale in the first district. Wireless microphones and moni-
tors throughout the bar make first-timers feel at ease, while
seasoned performers can really get the crowd going. And
dont be afraid to really wail - the bar is completely sound-
proofed. QOpen 18:00 - 02:00, Fri, Sat 18:00 - 04:00.
Closed Mon, Sun.
Sing Your Song A-3, Eschenbachgasse 5, MMuse-
umsquartier, tel. +43 1 585 32 33, www.singyoursong.
at. The small stage of this basement bar is where Viennas
hardcore karaoke fans come to strut their stuff. With beer
on tap, specials on shots throughout the night, and outgo-
ing (not to mention talented) DJs, Sing Your Song draws a
colourful crowd of characters just about every night. QOpen
20:00 - 02:00, Fri, Sat 20:00 - 04:00. Closed Sun.
Saas Club
Pubs
1516 B-3, Krugerstr. 18, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 1
961 15 16, www.1516brewingcompany.com. This
is Viennas best-known micro-brewery, attracting beer
lovers from all over. Mostly brewing ales and beers from
malted barley, 1516 also uses malted wheat, rye and rice
when the recipe calls for it, and their beers rank among the
best-tasting local brews. Its a great place for a hamburger
and theres always a great atmosphere to watch a football
game. Reservations, though not always necessary, are
recommended for larger parties and for big sports events.
QOpen 11:00 - 02:00.
Billys Bones G-1, Schlickplatz 4, MSchottentor,
tel. +43 1 310 97 80, www.billysbones.com. The self-
proclaimed finest Irish pub in Vienna is a great place to
head with your mates for a pint of beer and excellent Irish,
American and other international dishes. Sports fans drop
by to watch football matches and American football games
live on the big screen. Every Thursday, Billys Bones hosts
the obligatory pub quiz. QOpen 17:00 - 01:00, Fri, Sat
17:00 - 02:00.
Charlie Ps Iri sh Pub A- 1, Whri nger Str. 3,
MSchottentor, tel. +43 1 409 79 23, www.charlieps-
irishpub.at. Charlie Ps is the most prominent Irish pub in
Vienna. One of its staples is a weekly pub quiz that draws
a fun-loving crowd intent on winning the huge jackpot,
which is currently close to 3,000. I f you are in the mood
to sing, consider the Rock n Roll Karaoke nights, where
DJ Pot, will take your song requests so you can rock the
venue like a rock star. The staff is friendly and the food
menu is more than what one typically expects in an Irish
pub. Sports fans will be pleased to know that all important
games (and many not so important ones) are screened
here. QOpen 12:00 - 02:00.
Flanagans B-3, Schwarzenbergstr. 1-3, MKarlsplatz,
tel. +43 1 513 73 78, www.flanagans.at. This original
Irish pubs interior is strictly imported from Ireland, where an
old pub in Dublin was closed down and shipped to Vienna.
Its central location and colourful clientele make it a fun place
to meet up for drinks or to watch sports. Avid readers will
find Flanigans small library a great resource where you can
exchange books for free. QOpen 10:00 - 02:00, Fri, Sat
10:00 - 04:00.
Johnnys Pub G-3, Schleifmhlgasse 11, MKetten-
brckengasse, tel. +43 1 587 19 21, www.johnnys-pub.
at. Johnnys Pub is truly famous for its party atmosphere. The
pub is a bit on the small side and does not have very much
room to sit, making for an interaction-friendly environment.
You will not leave without making any new friends. Tuesday
night is Johnnys fun and challenging pub quiz - get there early
to claim a seat. Johnny claims to serve the best burgers in
town, and we believe he could be right. QOpen 18:00 - 04:00,
Mon, Sun 18:00 - 02:00.
Shebeen F-2, Lerchenfelderstr. 45, MVolkstheater,
tel. +43 1 524 79 00, www.shebeen.at. A well-estab-
lished Irish pub in Vienna, Shebeen offers typical Irish and
British food and the usual weekly pub quiz. What sets it
apart is its live music every Friday and its popular open mic
every Sunday, where you can belt out a song. While you can
expect most big international football games to be beamed
on screens, dont rely on getting a free table without a res-
ervation. Do not forget to order their crispy homemade fries
with your beer. QOpen 17:00 - 02:00, Sat 13:00 - 04:00,
Sun 10:00 - 02:00.
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FAMILY FUN
Technol ogy geeks will l ove the new Power of Musi c
exhi bi ti on at the Techni sches Museum Wi en; the
enti re carpet of sound i s rol l ed out: i nstruments,
stages, computers, el ectroni c sound machi nes,
mi xi ng consol es, studi o technol ogy - hear i t, pl ay
i t, experi ence i t! You can play wi th musi c and also
discover the power of musi c. What is musi c actuall y,
what rol e does rhythm play in both musi c and our
lives, and how di fficult is it to make a piano or a violin?
What is the di f ference in sound between a normal
stri ng i nstrument and an el ectroni c i nstrument?
How have sound reproduction and musi c production
techni ques changed over the years? Al l thi s and
more is what the Power of Musi c is all about - an
exhi bi ti on that wi l l open both your ears and your
eyes! Special programs for chil dren of fer interacti ve
l earning, holi day games, and even birthday parti es
wi th fri ends. To get to the museum take tram N52
or 58 from Westbahnhof.
Mariahilferstrasse 212, tel. +43 1 89 99 80,
museumsbox@tmw.at, www.technischesmuseum.
at. Open 09:00-18:00, Sat, Sun 10:00-18:00. Admission
8,50, children under 19 free.
The power of music
Behind the faade of Viennas imperial opulence, you might
wonder if there is any space left for simple down-to-earth
family fun in this city. Thankfully, Viennas once notorious
coldness to children is now definitely a thing of the past, and
opportunities abound for year-round outdoor entertainment,
festivals, concerts, street fairs, as well as museums, theatres
and other creative activities where both kids and their
parents can feel comfortable and welcome. You can explore
the fascinating blend of gadgets and robots at the Technical
Museum (Technisches Museum Wien), challenge your kids
imagination at the interactive scientific exhibit of the Zoom
Childrens Museum (Zoom Kindermuseum), visit the worlds
oldest zoo in Schnbrunn, or splurge into winter wonderland
at the famous Rathausplatz skating-rink. There is ample
choice of things to do for the whole family this winter season.
Haus des Meeres (Aqua Terra Zoo) F-3, Fritz-
Grnbaumplatz 1, MNeubaugasse, tel. +43 1 587 14
17, www.haus-des-meeres.at. Featuring more than 10,000
animals, Viennas Aqua Terra Zoo occupies one of six massive
concrete flak gun towers built by the Nazis shortly before the
end of WWII. The huge space is divided between terrariums,
aquariums and aviaries. Highlights include the feeding of the
sharks and piranhas (Sun & Wed at 15:00) as well as other
animals (posted online). Thrillseekers may find a trip up the
rock climbing wall on the outside of the flak tower a fun jaunt
before viewing the weekly shark dive (Thu 18:00).QOpen
09:00 - 18:00, Thu 09:00 - 21:00. Admission 12,50/5,90.
Ice Skating on Rathausplatz
Known locally as Eistraum, the ice dream is a 1,800 square
meter skating rink with several additional skating lanes right
in front of the Rathaus. Whether you are a professional skater
or just a beginner, youre sure to enjoy gliding to the sound
of classical waltzes or modern disco. Skates can be rented
on site for 6 per day, and the admission price varies from
3,30-5,50, depending on how long you choose to skate.
Day passes available for 8.
Rathausplatz, M Rathaus. Jan 20 - Mar 6. Open 09:00-
23:00.
Technisches Museum Wien
Attention technology geeks: this is your playground! You
can use all of your senses and imagination to experience
the stages of scienti fic and technological progress from
i ts inception to the latest cutting-edge achievements.
Permanent and special exhibits feature the development
of heavy i ndustry, energy producti on, transportati on,
communication, musical instruments, computers and a lot
more. Special programs for children offer interactive learning,
holiday games, and even birthday parties with friends. To get
there, take trams N52 or 58 from Westbahnhof.
Mari ahi l f erstrasse 212, tel . +43 1 89 99 80,
museumsbox@tmw.at, www.tmw.at. Open 09:00-
18:00, Sat, Sun 10:00-18:00. Admission 8,50, children
under 19 free.
ZOOM Kindermuseum
The ZOOM is Austrias only museum dedicated to children up
to 14 years old. The exposition is divided into four areas main
exhibit, ocean, studio and animated film centre and is designed
to make cultural and scientific information as comprehensible
to kids as possible. The focus is on games and play, as well
as on sensory cognitive process. Kids are encouraged to ask
questions and make things of their own. Teenagers can create
animated films or even record their own pop songs. An ideal
place for families to spend a stimulating afternoon.
Museumsplatz 1, M Museumsquartier, tel. +43 1 524
79 08, info@kindermuseum.at, www.kindermuseum.at.
Open 08:00-16:00, Sat, Sun closed. Exhibition admission free.
Technisches Museum
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The first district, surrounded by the majestic imperial build-
ings along the Ringstrasse, is Viennas historical centre.
Many of the important sights, such as the impressive St.
Stephens Cathedral, the gigantic Hofburg, Viennas town
hall, and many of the main museums are located here, all
within walking distance. But a lot of essential Vienna lies
beyond it. Outlying sights, such as Schlo Schnbrunn, or
the funfair and parks of the Prater are musts for every visi-
tor. Using public transport to get to these places is easy.
Main sights
Belvedere C-4, Prinz-Eugen-Str. 27, tel. +43 1 79 55
70, www.belvedere.at. Named for the Italian phrase for
beautiful view, the Belvedere palace complex was originally
conceived as a summer country estate for Prince Eugene
of Savoy, one of the most celebrated military heroes in
European history. His impressive collection of artwork is dis-
played here, along with more recent additions from the royal
Habsburg holdings. The Upper Belvederes major attraction is
undoubtedly Gustav Klimts famous painting The Kiss, which
can also be seen on countless scarves, mugs, posters and
other trinkets sold by surrounding shops and street vendors.
While most visitors skip the Lower Belvedere, its collection
of curiously troubling Messerschmidt heads make the extra
few euros for a combination ticket well worthwhile. To get
here, take tram D to the Schloss Belvedere stop. QOpen
10:00 - 18:00, Wed 10:00 - 21:00. Admission 3.50-13.50.
Guides/audioguides 4/3.
Hofburg A-2, Heldenplatz, MVolkstheater, tel. +43
1 587 36 66, www.hofburg.wien.info. Home to the
Habsburg monarchy for more than six centuries, the ten
major buildings comprising the Hofburg complex represent
the splendour and influence of what was once the mightiest
empire in Europe. While this has been the site of countless
decisive historical events, the sweeping arcaded faade of
the Neue Burg earned worldwide notoriety in April of 1938,
when Adolf Hitler spoke to a crowd of 200,000 people from
its central balcony. Nearly every Austrian monarch has left
his (or her) fingerprint on the layout of this palace, resulting
in a stylistic mishmash and a wide array of museums. Maps
in several languages are posted in the courtyards throughout
the complex, but here are the highlights: the Schatzkammer
(Imperial Treasury) houses the crown jewels, as well as the
nail supposed to have pierced Christs right hand and the
so-called Spear of Destiny. If youre into impressive baroque
interiors, the reading room of the Nationalbibliothek (National
Library) is a highlight. For those with a fascination for sordid
dynastic family histories, a ticket to the Kaiserappartements
(Emperors Apartments) includes the Silberkammer (Silver
Vault) and Sisimuseum (Sisi Museum), lending an intimate
insight into the private lives of Emperor Franz Joseph and
his wife, Elizabeth of Bavaria (better known locally as Sisi).
The dancing white Lippizaner horses of the Spanische Hofre-
itschule (Spanish Riding School) perform here, as well as the
boy sopranos and altos of the Wiener Sngerknaben (Vienna
Boys Choir). But even if you dont have time for a museum
trip, a stroll through the Hofburg complex is a definite must.
QOpen 09:00 - 18:00. Admission packages 2,50-22,50.
Museums Quartier G-3, Museumsplatz 1, MMu-
seumsquartier, tel. +43 1 523 58 81, www.mqw.at.
Formerly the imperial court stables, the Museum Quarter
complex now functions as a lively meeting point for young
artists, musicians and students. The ten museums and
venues housed here focus on fostering the creation of art
as well as its appreciation, so exhibitions, performances
and workshops in a range of disciplines (as well as free
wireless internet) are offered to the public year-round. In
warm weather, the central courtyard features a ptanque
field, mini-racecar track, outdoor bars and restaurants, and
Hofburg
The Kiss
Tourist-Info Vienna B-3, Albertinaplatz, tel. +43
1 245 55, info@vienna.info, www.vienna.info. The
excellent tourist information centre behind the Staat-
soper has plenty of information, tips, maps and sells
the Vienna Card. Also at the airport (open 06:00-23:00).
QOpen 09:00 - 19:00.
Vienna Card
Valid 72 hours - just punch the back of your card in the
ticket machine and enjoy Vienna! For the next 72 hours
you can explore our city U-Bahn (metro), tram, buses
and night buses (within zone 100). You can also visit the
most attractive sights of Vienna for four days at special
reductions. Reduced rates for museums, exhibitions,
guided tours, theatres and concerts, shopping discounts,
and special deals at cafs, at Heurigen taverns and
restaurants. Together with your Vienna Card you get a
coupon book, where all benefits are listed and where you
can find all relevant instructions for using the card. Get
more information on: www.wienkarte.at
Tourist Information
The Vienna Donauturm designed by Hannes Lintl opened in April
1964 and is the tallest free-standing structure in Austria, at 252
meters (827ft). Since then, it has become a part of the Viennese
skyline, a popular lookout point and one of the most popular
tourist attractions. You can enjoy the fantastic views over Vienna,
a highlight during both day and night. It is situated in the middle
of the Donaupark, which was built to host the horticultural fair
in Viennas 22nd district, Donaustadt, near the northern bank of
the Danube, where it overlooks the Vienna International Centre
hosting the European UN headquarters.
Enjoy a panoramic view of Vienna
The express lift takes you swiftly to the viewing terrace at a height
of 150 meters, where you can enjoy unique views of the metropolis
of Vienna. The glassed-in terrace allows visitors to enjoy the view
over Vienna even with strong wind and bad weather conditions.
The Donauturm is a unique way to see Vienna, an absolute
highlight of Viennas attractions.
Indulge in culinary delights
At Viennas Danube tower everything evolves around good taste.
Choose between the rotating Cafe Panorama with homemade
deserts at a height of 160 meters and the rotating Restaurant
Donauwalzer with a wide range of traditional Viennese delicacies
at a height of 170 meters. The Donauwalzer serves original
Viennese titbits such as Viennese grilled chicken, boiled rump and
a variety of speciality roast beefs. The restaurant is strictly non
smoking.
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initing rcstuurunt unu cul. It uocs not muttcr il you wunt to
stop by a short coffee or you want to have a great dinner. This
cozy restaurant represents a new type of coffeehouse. Austrian
hospitality mixed with a modern cousin and a impressive design.
Elevator prices:
Adults: 6,90 Kids 4,90
Groups (from 20 persons) 4,60
Info on rates, events and menu
reservierungen@donauturm.at
Tel. 01/ 263 35 72 32
Fax: 01/ 263 35 72 32 Dw 35
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Riesenrad I-1, Riesenradplatz 1, MPraterstern, tel.
+43 1 729 54 30, info@wienerriesenrad.com, www.
wienerriesenrad.com. The most recognizable attraction
of the Wurstelprater is undoubtedly the iconic Riesenrad,
or Ferris wheel at the parks entrance. Erected in 1897 to
celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Emperor Franz Joseph, it
ranks among the worlds oldest and largest Ferris wheels,
reaching a height of 64.75 meters. The Riesenrad gained
international fame through the 1949 classic film, The Third
Man when one of the cabins was the scene of a pivotal argu-
ment between Orson Welles and Joseph Cotton. A visit to
Vienna can hardly be complete without a ride on this historic
giant and the breathtaking views from the top. QOpen 10:00
- 22:00. Tickets 8,50/3,50.
Schloss Schnbrunn D-4, Schnbrunner Schlossstr.
47, MSchnbrunn, tel. +43 1 811 132 39, www.
schoenbrunn.at. This magnificent summer palace of the
Habsburg royalty truly embodies the opulence of the Baroque
era, from its topiary maze and minutely manicured gardens
to the ornately detailed interiors. Several tour packages
offer access to the highlights of its 1,441 rooms, which
have witnessed imperial births and deaths, the signings of
treaties, legendary performances, and a veritable whos who
of European history. A visit to Schnbrunn isnt complete
without a walk around the park grounds. The Tiergarten is
the oldest continuously running zoo in the world, and while
modest in scale, it boasts a comprehensive feeding schedule
and well-designed enclosures. If youre the more intrepid
sort, definitely opt for a hike up the hill to the ornamental
Gloriette, where you can refuel with Kaffee and a Kipferl,
just like Empress Maria Theresa did more than 250 years
ago. Q Open June 08:30-17:00, July 08:30-18:00. Park
open 06:00-21:00. Admission packages 6,50-39. Park:
admission free.
Spanische Hofreitschule (Spanish Riding School)
A-2, Michaelerplatz 1, MHerrengasse, tel. +43 1
533 90 31, www.srs.at. The oldest riding academy in
the world, this fixture in Habsburg imperial history has
perpetuated the High School of Classical Horsemanship
distinctive brightly coloured outdoor couch-like Enzis, so
you can grab a cold beer and get to know the locals. If youre
planning on downing a few, however, make sure youve got an
extra 0,50 in your pocketthe public toilets, located in the
main entryway, just started charging. QOpen 00:00 - 24:00.
Admission free to the courtyard.
Schnbrunn Palace
The history of folding as an art goes back to antiquity,
and indeed all cultures developed their own folding
traditions that interacted with each other. In Europe, the
materials were parchment, paper and cloth. The folded
serviette was an expression of prosperity at all the royal
courts in Western
Europe as well as on the tables of the upper middle
classes. A particularly impressive mani festation was
to be found in the snakes, fishes, birds and miniature
works of architecture such as palaces and bubbling
table fountains. 40 folded linen display dishes (table
ornaments) and 150 folded linen napkins from a wide
variety of folding traditions are on display in the 'Folded
beauty' exhibition at the Imperial Furniture Collection, and
the technical and pedagogic relationship between paper
and serviette folding is also demonstrated. Anyone who
has seen an attempt to fold a serviette nicely result in a
sagging rag will be happy to try various folding techniques
themselves, or even follow a folding workshops for both
adults and children.
Masterworks of Serviette Folding: until 23
January 2011. Imperial Furniture Collection, Hof-
mobiliendepot, Andreasgasse 7, tel. +43 1 524
33 57, info@hofmobiliendepot.at, www.hofmo-
biliendepot.at.
Folded beauty
St. Stephens Cathedral
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with their famous white Lippizaner horses for more than
430 years. Performances can be pricey and sell out quickly,
so attending a morning exercise (daily Tuesday through
Saturday, 09:00-12:00) can be a good alternative, although
the showier dressage elements are usually left out. Q Visi-
tor centre open Tue-Sun 09:00-16:00, Fri when there is a
performance 09:00-19:00. Visitor Centre admission free;
show tickets 12-116.
Stephansdom B-2, Stephansplatz, MStephansplatz,
tel. +43 1 513 76 48, www.stephanskirche.at. Even if
youre in European church overload, this is one cathedral you
dont want to skip. This location has functioned as the religious,
cultural and geographic centre of Vienna for more than eight
centuries, a history which can practically be traced through the
basilicas mish-mash of architectural styles. If you can believe
it, there are even more legends surrounding this landmark than
there are tourists, so taking a tour is strongly recommended,
especially later in the day once the guided tour groups have
passed through. QOpen 06:00 - 22:00. Nave closed during
services. Admission free. Tours 1,50-14,50.
Museums
Albertina B-3, Albertinaplatz 1, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 53 48 30, www.albertina.at. The worlds largest
collection of graphics, this museums extensive permanent
collection includes well-known works by Monet, Picasso,
Van Gogh, Renoir, Degas and many more, all displayed in
the plush original 19th century Empire-style state rooms.
Completed in 2004, the current faade features a striking
titanium wing designed by architect Hans Hollein, reflecting
the museums characteristic synthesis of classical and
modern artwork. QOpen 10:00 - 19:00, Wed 10:00 - 21:00.
Admission 9,50/7.
Leopold Museum hosts the most significant and largest
Egon Schiele collection in the world.
MuseumsQuartier Wien
www.leopoldmuseum.org
The worlds largest
EGON SCHIELE Collection
Egon Schiele, Self Portrait, 1912 Egon Schiele, Portrait of Wally Neuzil, 1912
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Architekturzentrum Wien G- 3, Museumsplatz
1, MMuseumsquartier, tel. +43 1 521 31 15 30,
www.azw.at. The Architekturzentrum Wien, the Austrian
architecture museum, opened in 1993. Since then it has
functioned as the citys centre for architecture and the culture
of building. AZW offers a fascinating panorama of highlights
from the last 150 years of Austrian architecture. While the
museum is presenting the permanent exhibition a_show -
Austrian Architecture in the20th and 21st Centuries, several
temporary exhibitions every year focus on the most exciting
facets of modern architecture. Special attention is given to
architecture of the 20th and 21st centuries, as well as to
the architecture of the future. Are you really contemporary?
Architekturzentrum is part of the Articket. QOpen 10:00 -
19:00. Admission 7/4.50.
Bank Austria Kunstforum A-2, Freyung 8, MHer-
rengasse, tel. +43 1 537 3 26, www.bankaustria-
kunstforum.at. A top address for art l overs, especiall y
those wi th a passi on for cl assi cal modern pai nti ng from
the past 50 years. Both l eadi ng museums as pri vate
Viennas most beauti ful summer palace, the home
of superlative masterpieces in one of the foremost
private collections in the world, invites you to linger,
and to marvel. The LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM and the
Princely Collections occupy a position of national and
international importance. The wide variety of holdings
on display, comprising paintings, sculpture, furniture,
porcelain and tapestries, combined with the unique
archi tectural setti ng of the Li echtenstei n summer
palace creates the elegant yet warm atmosphere of a
family collection.
Every Sunday at 11:00 or 15:00 the LIECHTENSTEIN
MUSEUM unites the fine arts and music at the very
highest level; enjoy either a concert (at 11:00 or 15:00),
a guided tour (at 13:30), lunch or coffee and cake at the
Rubens Restaurant, plus admission to the permanent
and temporary exhibitions for 30, or enjoy only concert
and exhibitions for 18.
The LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM is reached on circle line D,
and is five minutes from Schottentor to Bauernfeldplatz.
LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM - The Princely
Collections, Frstengasse 1, tel. +43 1 319 57
67 -252, info@liechtensteinmuseum.at, www.
liechtensteinmuseum.at.QOpen Fri-Tues 10:00-17:00.
Rubens, Frstengasse 1, tel. +43 1 31 95 76 73
10, office@rubens-restaurant.at, www.rubens-
restaurant.at.QOpen 09:00-23:00, hot meals served
until 22:00.
LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM
Sigmund Freud Museum
Power Up at Kunsthalle - Evelyne Axell, Ice Cream, 1964,
Courtesy Serge Goisse, Belgium Estate of Evelyne Axell
and VBK, Wien, 2010, Photo: Paul Louis
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Third Man Museum G- 3, Pressgasse 25,
MKettenbrckengasse, tel. +43 1 586 48 72,
www.3mpc.net. This hole-in-the-wall museum, curated
privately by a pair of film fans, is dedicated to the 1949
British/American co-operation The Third Man. Retro
posters, photos and signed Orson Welles memorabilia
make up the majority of the museums collection, but the
film itself lends a fascinating perspective on the post-
WWII period when Viennas black market thrived under
Allied occupation. Q Open Tue 14:00 - 20:00, Sat 14:00
- 18:00, or by request for groups. Admission 7,50/6.
The Third Man
col l ectors use thi s exhi bi ti on centre to present thei r
works. Autumn 2010 sees the fi rst ever comprehensi ve
Fri da Kahl o retrospecti ve i n Austri a - thi s show i s one
of the top fi ve European exhi bi ti ons thi s year, earl i er
attracti ng hundreds of thousands of vi si tors i n Berl i n.
QOpen 10:00 - 19:00, Fri 10:00 - 21:00. Admi ssi on
10/8,50/7.
Flschermuseum (Museum of Fake Art) I-2,
Lwengasse 28, MLandstrasse, tel. +43 1 715 22
96, www.faelschermuseum.com. The Museum of Fake
Art is unique in Europe, and features forgeries and copies
of priceless paintings, sketches and letters by master
forgers throughout the world. Guide booklets are available
in six languages, and guided tours are flexible, reasonably
priced and informative. QOpen 10:00 - 17:00. Closed Mon.
Admission 4/3,50.
Heeresgeschichtliches Museum (Museum of
Military History) I-4, Arsenal Objekt 1, MSdbahn-
hof, tel. +43 1 79 56 10, www.hgm.or.at. The Museum
of Military History features a survey of Austrian and European
conflict spanning more than four centuries, all presented
within Viennas former barracks and armoury. Artefacts, arms
and armour from practically every continental conflict since
the 17th century include original Turkish tents, the car and
couch where Emperor Franz Ferdinand was shot and died,
Nazi propaganda, various aircraft, a tank garden and (remark-
ably for a landlocked country) an extensive naval wing. Audio
guides in four languages are included in the admission price.
QOpen 09:00 - 17:00. Admission 5,10/3,30, first Sun in
the month free.
Jdisches Museum (Jewish Museum) B-2, Doro-
theergasse 11, MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 53 50 43
13 10, www.jmw.at. The first of its kind in the world, the
Jewish Museum divides its extensive collection of Judaica
between two locations in Viennas first district. Most of the
museums exhibitions are displayed in the Palais Eskeles
on Dorotheergasse. The Judenplatz space at Judenplatz
8, opened at the behest of famed Nazi-hunter Simon Wi-
esenthal, features the remains of a 15th century synagogue
and medieval Jewish ghetto, as well as Rachel Whitereads
impressive monument to the 65,000 Austrian Jews who were
exterminated during the Holocaust. QOpen 11:00 - 18:00.
Closed Sat. Admission 2,50-6,50.
Kunsthalle B- 3, Museumsplatz 1, MKarlsplatz,
tel. +43 1 521 89 33, www.kunsthallewien.at. Dont
let the Baroque faade fool youthis is one of the most
vibrant contemporary art venues in Europe. Between its
two main exhibition halls (located in the Museum Quarter)
Vienna Sightseeing Tours route (more info see p. 5)
and its Project Space, the Kunsthalle offers practically
every inch of its functional area as a laboratory for both
established and up-and-coming contemporary artists in a
wide range of media. Q Open 10:00 - 19:00, Thu 10:00-
22:00. Admission Hall 1 8,50/7, Hall 2 7/5,50. Tours (Sat,
Sun) in Hall 1 at 15:00, Hall 2 at 16:00. Project Space,
Karlsplatz, open Tue-Sat 16:00-24:00, Sun, Mon 13:00-
19:00, admission free.
Kunsthaus Wien I-2, Untere Weigerberstrae 13,
MLandstrae, tel. +43 1 712 04 91, www.kunst-
hauswien.com. An oasis of swirling, irreverent colours
and shapes in the strict neoclassical jungle of Viennas third
district, this museum and caf will appeal to those with a
more eclectic architectural taste. In addition to being the
sole permanent display of work by Austrian artist/architect/
activist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, this former furniture
factory also showcases modern art in a range of disciplines.
The outdoor area of the caf is lush and shady in the sum-
mertime, and an ideal spot to recharge after checking out
the famous Hundertwasser Haus apartment complex just
down the street. Just watch your step - Hundertwasser
was famous for hating straight lines and even surfaces.
Q Open 10:00-19:00, restaurant till 20:00. Admission
9/7, Mon4,50.
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Kunsthistorisches Museum A- 3, Burgring 5,
MVolkstheater, tel. +43 1 52 52 40, www.khm.
at. Nowhere in Vienna will you experience a more salient
account of Austrian imperial history than in the collection
and architecture of this museum. The buildings layout even
echoes the geography of the Habsburg monarchy - the
impressive central stairwell represents the Alps and divides
the two major European artistic schools. While the east wing
contains all of the northern German, Flemish and Dutch
pieces (Rubens, Bruegel, Rembrandt, Vermeer and Drer,
among others), the west wing boasts a comprehensive
overview of important Spanish and Italian works (Titian,
Raphael, Caravaggio, Tintoretto and Velsquez, to name
a few). Egyptian, near East, Roman and Greek antiquities,
as well as more modern Austrian pieces from the 17th and
18th centuries make up the ground floor. The audio guide
lends worthwhile insights, and i f youre sceptical about
the expense, you can preview it online for free. QOpen
10:00 - 18:00, Thu 10:00 - 21:00. Closed Mon. Admission
12/9, audioguides 3.
Kunstraum Niederoesterreich A-2, Herrengasse
13, tel. +43 1 904 21 11, www.kunstraum.net. The
official art space of Lower Austria at 13 Herrengasse in the
middle of Vienna has been open admission free to visitors
since 2005. With attractive architecture and a floor area of
300 square metres in Palais Niedersterreich, the former
Lower Austrian Government building, the Kunstraum provides
facilities for the presentation of work by young Austrian and
international artists. Here, they can show their work to the
public without the pressure of having to meet sales targets
or visitor quotas while still being at the centre of cultural
life in the city. QOpen 11:00 - 19:00, Sat 11:00 - 15:00.
Closed Mon, Sun.
Leopold Museum G- 3, Museumsplatz 1, MMu-
seumsquartier, tel. +43 1 52 57 00, www.leopold-
museum.org. Inside the Museum Quarter complex, the
sleek white Leopold Museum boasts the worlds largest
collection of work by expressionist Egon Schiele, as well
as important pieces by Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka
and other major Austrian artists from the 19th and 20th
centuries. The archi tecture of the Leopold Museum, a
light-filled cube of white shell limestone, stands in striking
contrast to the historic ambience of the Imperial Stables.
Tip: The museums panorama windows offer a wonderful
view of central Vienna and the Hofburg Palace. QOpen
10:00 - 18:00, Thu 10:00 - 21:00. Closed Tue. Admission
11/7. Audioguide 3.
Liechtenstein Museum G-1, Frstengasse 1,
MFriedensbrcke, tel. +43 1 31 95 76 72 52,
tourist@liechtensteinmuseum.at, www.liechten-
stei nmuseum.at. The Li echtenstei n Museum and
the Pri ncel y Coll ecti ons occupy a posi ti on of nati onal
and international importance. Just a stroll through the
castl es romanti c park makes up for the tram ri de to get
here. The wi de vari ety of artworks of this uni que fam-
il y coll ection comprises paintings, sculpture, furni ture,
porcelain and tapestri es - all wonder full y combined wi th
the uni que archi tectural setti ng of the Li echtenstei n
summer pal ace. QOpen 10:00 - 17:00. Cl osed Wed,
Thu. Admission 4-10.
MUMOK (Museum of Modern Art) G-3, Museums-
platz 1, MMuseumsquartier, tel. +43 1 525 00, www.
mumok.at. The MUMOK is Austrias leading museum for
modern and contemporary art. Since it was founded, it has
been dedicated to contemporary art and the culture of the
time. This museum stands for cosmopolitanism, progress,
and artistic diversity at the highest qualitative levels. Occu-
pying an impressive black basalt block, the museum hosts
an exceptional collection that has given it a standing that
extends far beyond Viennas borders. While MUMOKs col-
lection forms the basis of the exhibition programme, they put
on four exhibitions per year in collaboration with international
partners. QOpen 10:00 - 18:00, Thu 10:00 - 21:00. Admis-
sion 9, Artticket valid.
Since 1971, the Sigmund Freud Museum has been
welcoming visitors at Berggasse 19 in Viennas ninth
district. Here is where Sigmund Freud lived and worked
for 47 years until he was driven into exile in 1938. In the
meantime, Berggasse 19 has become one of the worlds
most famous addresses: it is where the founder of
psychoanalysis produced almost all of his writings. Today
these rooms in the typical late-nineteenth century house
are open to the public, and they attract 60,000 80,000
visitors per year.
Exhibition on the Development of Psychoanalysis
In Sigmund Freuds former office and private apartment,
the Sigmund Freud Museum presents an exhibition
documenti ng the l i fe and work of the founder of
psychoanal ysis. Uni que film material depi cting the
Freud famil y in the thirties can be seen in a video
room, while original objects from Freuds belongings,
including his offices waiting room and parts of his
extensive collection of antiquities, make tangible the
surroundings in which his patients were analyzed and
a new science was born.
Sigmund Freud Museum, 1090 Vienna - Austria,
Berggasse 19, tel. +43-1-319 15 96, fax: +43-1-
317 02 79, office@freud-museum.at, www.freud-
museum.at
Daily 09:00 17:00, July September: 09:00 18:00.
Guided tours by appointment
The Sigmund Freud Museum
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Sigmund Freud Museum G- 1, Berggasse 19,
MSchottentor, tel. +43 1 319 15 96, www.freud-
museum.at. Located in the former practice and private
apartment of the renowned father of psychoanalysis, this mu-
seum features both the historical perspective on Freuds work
and its application to modern and conceptual art. Europes
largest library dedicated to psychoanalysis is also available
for your perusal, so if youre a true Freud devotee, youll be
in hog heaven. Besides seeing Freuds iconic couch you will
find a lot of other interesting items illustrating Freuds life
at this small but informative museum. Q June 9:00-17:00,
July-Sept. 9:00-18:00 Admission 7,50/4,50.
Sightseeing tours
Sightseeing Bus B-3, Karlsplatz, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 712 46 830, www.viennasightseeing.at. Vienna
Sightseeing Tours has 20 years of touring experience and
offers tours in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish,
Japanese and Russian. The hop-on-hop-off bus passes all
main sights; the day-ticket costs 20 (7 for kids), allowing
unlimited trips between any one of the 15 bus stops. Theres
a one-hour tour too. Q Tickets 24hrs 20/7, one hour 13/7.
Vienna Ring tram In the mid-19th century Viennas old
city wall was replaced by the boulevard which in conjunction
with the Franz-Josefs-Kai now forms a ring around the city
centre. Magnificent buildings such as the state opera house,
the Hofburg, the parliament building and the Vienna city hall
line this splendid boulevard. The special Vienna Ring tram
connects to all these historic sites and enables you to get
on or off just as you wish at a total of 13 stops. A multimedia
system provides information in seven languages during the
ride. Q Runs every 30 minutes from 10:00-18:00 in June,
10:00-19:00 in August. Tickets 4/6, 24hr ticket 5/9.
Vienna Walks & Talks B-1, Werdertorgasse 9/2,
MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 774 89 01, www.vien-
nawalks.com. Vienna Walks & Talks has a wide range of
themed English-language walking tours, some held regularly,
others by reservation only. The main tours are the The
Third Man and Jewish Vienna. Check the website for the
current schedule. Vienna Ring Tram
Museum auf Abruf (MUSA) A-1, Felderstrasse
6-8, MRathaus, tel. +43 1 40 00 84 00, www.musa.
at. The Museum on Demand, located in the former Public
Relief office, was conceived in the early 1990s as a forum
for the citys promising young visual artists. Today it has a
large gallery space and a long list of alumni that reads as a
practical whos who in the Austrian art scene. Guided tours
and workshops are available upon request. QOpen 11:00
- 18:00, Thu 11:00 - 20:00, Fri 11:00 - 16:00. Closed Mon,
Sun. Admission free.
Museum fr Angewandte Kunst (MAK) C-2, Stuben-
ring 5, MStubentor, tel. +43 1 712 80 00, www.mak.
at. Better known as the MAK, this museum is dedicated to
artistic functionality - from teapots and textiles to furniture and
light fixtures. Because the museum doubles as a university,
exhibitions rotate often, displays are fresh and unique, the
voluminous reading room is open to perusal free of charge, and
guided tours and events are frequent and varied. Every Tues-
day is MAK NITE, when the museum becomes a showcase for
the latest projects of young artistsa perfect opportunity to
grab a fancy cocktail in the stunning sterreicher bar on the
museums ground floor and chitchat with the artists into the
wee hours. QOpen 10:00 - 18:00, Tue 10:00 - 24:00. Closed
Mon. Admission 9,90/5,50, Sat free.
Naturhistorisches Museum A-2, Burgring 7, MVolk-
stheater, tel. +43 1 52 17 70, www.nhm-wien.ac.at.
Renowned for its zoological and anthropological holdings, this
museum offers the scientific perspective of the extensive
imperial collections. Many of the specimens displayed in the
late 19th-century wood-panelled halls date from Austrias
ambitious research and colonial expeditions, including the
Colombian emerald presented to Hernn Corts by Aztec
ruler Montezuma, several stuffed extinct species, and the
oldest human-carved statuette ever found. Unless youre a
mineralogist, start on the second floor and work your way
downthe dinosaurs, animals and special exhibitions are
upstairs. QOpen 09:00 - 18:30, Wed 09:00 - 21:00. Closed
Tue. Admission 10/8/5.
Secession A-3, Friedrichstrasse 12, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 587 53 07, www.secession.at. This remarkable
building was conceived as a deliberate opposition to the
predominant artistic nostalgia of the early 20th century,
and most of Vienna ridiculed its crowning gold sphere as
a goldenes Krauthappel or golden cabbage when it was
unveiled in 1908. Today, the vegetable-ism has become
something of an endearment with the building featured on
the back of Austrian-minted 0,50 coins, and the building has
functioned as a forum for modern Austrian artists for more
than 100 years. The main attraction is undoubtedly Gustav
Klimts Beethoven Frieze, but the higher ticket price will
also snag you entry to the other exhibitions. QOpen 10:00
- 18:00. Closed Mon. Admission 8,50/4.
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WELLNESS
place to come relax. QOpen 09:00 - 22:00. Admission
for a day 20, children 12-14; reductions for evening
and 3-hour tickets.
Therme Wien Kurbadstr. 14, tel. +43 1 680 09, of-
fice@thermewien.at, www.thermewien.at. A modern
spa, just 30 minutes by metro and tram from the ci ty
centre. It has large, warm indoor and outdoor pools with
light-projections on the surrounding trees and classical
music playing underwater. Saunas and steam rooms too.
Take tram N67 from Reumannplatz. QOpen 08:45 - 22:00,
Sun 07:45 - 22:00.
Holmes Place
Wipplingerstrae 30, MSchottentor, tel.
533 97 90 90, www.holmesplace.at
John Harris Fitness
Nibelungengasse 5, MKarlsplatz,
tel. 587 37 10, www.johnharris.at
Manhatten
Heiligenstdter Lnde 17, MSpittelau, tel.
368 73 11-0, www.manhattan.at
U4 Fitness
Schnbrunner Str. 222-228, MMeidling
Hauptstrae, tel. 813 93 14, www.u4-fitness.at
Body Style
Breite Gasse 7, MVolkstheater, tel.
524 53 40, www.bodystyle-fitness-studio.at
Gyms
A&Ms Hairlounge
St. Martins Spa & Lodge
Hairdresser
A&Ms Hairl ounge G- 2, Bar tenstei ngasse 4,
MVolkstheater, tel. 403 96 44, www.hair-lounge.
at. A&Ms, in the city center not far from the Rathaus
and Parliament, has a friendl y and hi ghl y skill ed team
that will allow you to take a break from the daily grind to
be welcomed into a unique wellness oasis with quality
products for your hai r and scal p. Appoi ntments by
telephone preferred. QOpen 10:00 - 20:00, Sat 09:00 -
15:00. Closed Mon, Sun.
Hammam
Aux Gazelles A-3, Rahlgasse 5, MMuseumsquartier,
tel. 585 66 45, www.auxgazelles.at. In an oriental
setting, Aux Gazelles offers an all-in-one service for body and
mind. In addition to the classical hammam (oriental steam
bath with body peeling and massages) you can relax in one of
the cosy niches in classic Bedouin-style and try a traditional
Arabic water pipe. Not enough? Then grab a cocktail and
enjoy some great Arabian rhythms at Aux Gazelles bar
and club. Located between Naschmarkt and the Museum
Quarter. QOpen 11:00 - 02:00. Closed Sun.
Spa
St. Martins Spa & Lodge Im Seewinkel 1, Frauen-
kirchen, tel. +43 0 217 220 500, info@stmartins.at,
www.stmartins.at. Situated directly on an idyllic lake,
this lovely spa complex has a modern selection of wellness
treatments, thermal baths and relaxation rooms. Theres
a market restaurant and a private beach area on the lake
with a beach bar, with fireplaces indoors for the winter
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GETTING AROUND
Express mail
DHL Bleibtreustrasse 2, tel. +43 82 055 05 05,
www.dhl.at. QOpen 08:00 - 19:00. Closed Sat, Sun.
FedEx Vienna Airport Cargo Nord 7, tel. +43 80
012 38 00, www.fedex.at. QOpen 08:00 - 19:00.
Closed Sat, Sun.
Mail Boxes Etc. (UPS) B-1, Gonzagagasse 16,
tel. +43 533 81 07 18, www.mbe.at. QOpen 09:00
- 18:00. Closed Sat, Sun.
TNT Vienna Airport Cargo Nord, Objekt 3, tel.
+43 57 700 77, www.tnt.at. QOpen 07:00 - 19:00.
Closed Sat, Sun.
Internet access
Many cafs, museums and hotels offer free wifi, making
going online cheap and easy. Else, head for one of the
internet cafs listed here, all of which additionally offer
printing, scanning and CD/DVD burning services.
Knstlerhauskino Internet Caf B-3, Karlsplatz
5, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 1 587 96 63 19, www.k-
haus.at/kino/netcafe. I nternet for 4 per hour.
QOpen 11:00 - 21:00.
Speednet Caf B-1, Morzinplatz 4, MSchweden-
platz, tel. +43 1 532 57 50, www.speednet-cafe.
com. Internet for 2,60-4,20 per hour. QOpen 08:00
- 24:00, Sat, Sun 10:00 - 24:00.
Surfland B-3, Krugerstrasse 10, MKarlsplatz, tel.
+43 1 512 77 01, www.surfland.at. Internet for 5,40
per hour. QOpen 10:00 - 23:00.
Mobile phones
BOB , tel. +43 900 68 06 80, www.bob.at.
A1 (Mobilcom) , tel. +43 800 664 664, www.
a1.net.
Orange , tel. +43 800 699 800, www.orange.at.
Tele.Ring , tel. +43 800 65 06 00, www.teler-
ing.at.
T-Mobile , tel. +43 800 676 300, www.t-mobile.at.
Post
Stamps can be bought at post of fi ces and kiosks
(Trafiken). Postal rates for postcards and light envelopes
are 0,55 within Austria, 0,65 within Europe and 1,40
for the rest of the world.
Central Post Of fice (Hauptpostamt) C-1,
Fleischmarkt 19, tel. +43 57 76 77 10 10, www.
post.at. QOpen 07:00 - 22:00, Sat, Sun 09:00 - 22:00.
Westbahnhof Post Office E-3, Langauergasse
1, tel. +43 57 76 77 11 50, www.post.at. QOpen
07:00 - 20:00, Sat, Sun 09:00 - 20:00.
Telephones
Card phones are dotted around Vienna; cards worth
3,60 and 6,90 can be bought at post offices and
kiosks.
When phoning between Austrian cities, you dial 01 for
Vienna followed by the number. To call abroad from Aus-
tria, dial 00 followed by the international country code
and the local number. To call Austria from abroad, dial
the international access code followed by the Austrian
country code (43), and the city code without the initial
zero (Viennas is 1).
Mail & Phones
Car rental
The international car rental companies have offices at the
airport as well as on the Ringstrasse near the main hotels.
Rentals start from 80 per day, except at Sixti which offers
budget rental deals.
AVIS tel. +43 800 08 00 87 57, www.avis.at.
Europcar B-3, Schubertring 9, tel. +43 866 16 11/+43
866 16 10, wien1@europcar.at, www.europcar.at.
QOpen 07:30 - 18:00, Sat 08:00 - 13:00, Sun 08:00 - 12:00.
Hertz B-3, Kaerntner Ring 17, tel. +43 1 795 32/+43
1 700 73 26 61, reservierung@hertz.at, www.hertz.at.
QOpen 07:30 - 18:00, Sat, Sun 09:00 - 15:00.
Sixt C-2, Am Stadtpark 1 (Hilton Hotel), tel. +43 810
97 74 24/+43 810 97 74 24, www.sixt.at. QOpen
07:00 - 19:00, Sat 08:00 - 13:00. Closed Sun.
Sixti Wagramer Strasse 177, MRennbahnweg, tel.
+43 900 25 00 10, www.sixti.com. QOpen 06:30 -
18:30, Sat 08:00 - 12:00, Sun 10:00 - 12:00.
Driving & Parking
Parking in central Vienna is expensive; the 20 public garages
in the centre charge up to 5 per hour. Street parking tickets
(0,60 per 30 minutes) can be purchased from news agents
(Trafiken), the offices of Wiener Linien, many petrol stations,
major train stations and by SMS on the A1 mobile network.
Day visitors to Vienna are better off using a Park & Ride
facility in the outskirts (3 per day) and taking the tram or
U-Bahn to the city centre.
I f you plan to dri ve on Austrias hi ghways (all A and S
roads) youll need a vignette sticker on your windscreen
costing 7.90 for 10 days, which can be purchased at
petrol stations.
Public transport
Viennas extensive public transportation system, run by
Wiener Linien (Vienna Transport Authority), is an easy
and inexpensive way to get around town. The U- Bahn
(metro) runs daily from 05:00 to 00:30, and non-stop on
Fridays and Saturdays and before public holidays. Subur-
ban S-Bahn trains radiate outwards from the city to the
surrounding districts and towns. Trams are the best way
to get around the inner city sights, running every 5-15
minutes between 05:00 and 00:30. Buses mostly serve
Viennas suburbs and most visitors wont need them though
the handy night buses replace the U-Bahn from 00:45 to
05:00 on weekdays.
Tickets cost 1,80 for a single ride, though its well worth
getting a day ti cket i f youre planning on using publi c
transport more than a few times. A 24-hour ticket costs
5,70, a 48-hour ticket 10 and a 72-hour ticket 13,60;
a two-stop ti cket (Kurzstrecke) costs 0,90. Ti ckets
must be validated before getting on board. Tickets can
be purchased from multilingual machines at every U-Bahn
station and on buses and trams, though single tickets
bought on board cost 2,20 and only coins are accepted.
You can also visit the ticket sales offices of Wiener Linien
at the Stephansplatz, Karlsplatz, Westbahnhof and Wien
Mitte U-Bahn stations. The 72 hour ticket can also be
purchased at the Tourist Information Office. Children up to
six years old always travel free; children up to 15 ride free
on Sundays, holidays and during Viennas school holidays
(photo ID required). The Vienna Card costs 18,50 and
offers 72 hours of travel on public transport plus more than
200 discounts to museums, concerts, cafs, and more. It
can be bought at the Tourist Information Offices or from
the Wiener Linien offices.
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Arnolds F-3, Siebensterngasse 52, tel. +43 1 923 13
16, www.arnolds.at. Jakub Arnold recently opened this edgy
boutique in which he offers an eclectic range of appealing
fashion labels. In its refurbished splendour, the shop features
a wide range of international brands, such as the Japanese
premium denim label Edwin Jeans, American Red Wing Shoes,
colourful jackets by Carhartt, a sunglass collection by Sheriff
& Cherry, unconventional Swedish designer Happysocks and
more. With years of experience in the world of fashion, Jakub
Arnold has acquired an innate sense for trends and cuts, but
above all else, an awareness of his customers needs. Tram
N49. QOpen 11:00 - 19:00, Sat 11:00 - 17:00. Closed Sun.
NEUBAU - THE 7
TH
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Arnold's
Neubau shopping
Of all of Viennas districts, the
7th is probably the hottest spot
for the young, fun-loving and
creative bunch. It encompass-
es the vast Museumsquartier,
the traditional Volkstheater, the
quaint Biedermeier houses and
romantic lanes of Spittelberg,
the trendy restaurants and
clubs of Siebensterngasse as
well as alternative boutiques
of Kirchengasse and specialty
stores along Neubaugasse.
Innovativeness and environmental consciousness co-
exist here with traditional Viennese charm. Since 2001,
Neubau has been the only district in Vienna, and perhaps
in all of Austria, dominated by the Green Party. The local
politicians promote responsible family-friendly policies
that attract a hip, youthful and internationally-oriented
community to this fancy part of town. Explore Neubau on
a Saturday afternoon and youll be surrounded by a lively
crowd of students, urban artists, fashion aficionados, and
young families with kids.
If there was only one word to describe the shopping here,
it would be individual. The Mariahilferstrasse that borders
this district features all the Zaras and H&Ms of the world,
but enter the district and there's not a major brand or
chain store in sight. Instead, the trendsetters who run
local businesses in Neubau believe that the things you use
or wear in your daily life should be just like yourself - per-
sonal. Fashion here means a perfect symbiosis of art and
living. Numerous art studios, stylish boutiques, organic
food stores, modern cafs and bars create a special,
almost bohemian-like atmosphere. This special section
features some of these 7th district stores with personality.
At First Sight F-3, Kirchengasse 24/5, MNeubau-
gasse, tel. +43 67 67 39 44 07, office@atfirstsight.
at, www.atfirstsight.at. Designers Vivien Sakura
Brandl and Tina Haslinger sell extraordinary items by
ambitious young fashion-makers from Berlin, Vienna,
Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Tokyo and Eastern Europe.
Most clothes are for ladies, but mens fashion is also
available. Additionally, they offer accessories, bags,
shoes and a jewellery collection by Andrea Auer. QOpen
12:00 - 19:00, Sat 11:00 - 18:00. Closed Mon, Sun.
At First Sight
District Chairman of Wien Neubau, Mr. Thomas
Blimlinger:
I was born and raised in the 7th district. I work and live
here, so much that my friends often think that a trip to a
neighbouring district is a long journey for me. The fact is that
I'm happy in the 7th. I went to school here, got to know my
wife in the 7th, and ran a store here for 20 years. In 2001 I
was elected as the first Green mayor of Vienna, and Austria.
The 7th district is a special place because of the people.
I know many of the residents personally, and living here
is like living in a village, where people are less hectic
and often know each other. At the same time the 7th is
a very urban, very hip area, probably the hippest district
in Vienna. Currently many people move here because
of this very special atmosphere, so foreign visitors are
welcome to come visit us in the 7th to see what it's like!
A chat with the district mayor
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Backraum Kipferl und so F-2, Neustiftgasse 23. Locals
are happy that small bakeries like this one are experiencing
a comeback in Vienna after being hit hard by large bakery gi-
ants and supermarkets. Every day Helmut Gragger, a baker
inspired by the French baking tradition, delivers his fresh goods
including the famous Parisian-style Kipferl (croissant) to this
cosy caf. Backraum also has organic goods, great coffee and
soup to die for. Tram N49. QOpen , Mon 07.00 - 19.00, Tue,
Wed, Thu, Fri 07:00 - 19:00, Sat 08:00 - 14:00.
Brillen Giovanni F-3, Siebensterngasse 40, tel. +43
1 523 6494, info@brillengiovanni.at, www.brillen-
giovanni.at. Innovative, extravagant and chic glasses for
sale in a cosy store at the corner of Kirchengasse. Owner
Ernestine Kedrst believes glasses should be treated like
personal jewellery for your face, and thats why no two pairs
are similar, providing a personal touch to the way you look at
the world and how the world sees you. Tram N49. QOpen
09:30 - 13:00, 14:00-18:00, Sat 09:00 - 12:30. Closed Sun.
Paar Sneakerboutique F-3, Siebensterngasse 52, tel.
+43 1 923 13 16, info@stil-laden.at, www.stil-laden.at.
PAAR offers a unique selection of well-established brands of
sneakers, such as NIKE, Adidas or Puma, as well as exclusive
small labels, such as Kangaroos, Clae, HUF, Pointer and Ellesse.
Its sister store Stil, just around the corner on Lindengasse,
specialises in skateboards and accessories for winter sports.
Most items can also be ordered from the online catalogue. Tram
N49. QOpen 11:00 - 19:00, Sat 10:00 - 17:00. Closed Sun.
Herr und Frau Klein F-3, Kirchengasse 7, MNeu-
baugasse, tel. +43 1 990 43 94, www.herrundrauk-
lein.at. Barely 2 minutes from Mariahilferstrasse, Herr
und Frau Klein (Mr. And Mrs. Little) is the most exciting
children's concept store in Austria. The 250 square
meters of floor space have everything you need for
the li ttle ones. There are trendy and extraordinary
items with Scandinavian design, a selection of the best
strollers, stylish cribs from New York and chic fair trade
accessories. They also have a wide variety of childrens
perambulators, carrying kangaroo bags made from
organic cotton, and even foldable bathtubs. Toys that
you don't want to put away even after the small ones
are in bed. Everything in this childrens store is so cute it
makes you smile from toys to board games to various
clothing items, the colourful blend is designed to attract
every Mr. and Mrs. Little and their loving parents. Friendly
staff is happy to assist you with any advice.QOpen 11:00
- 18:00. Closed Sun.
Herr und Frau Klein
Backraum Kipferl und so
Paar Sneakerboutique
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Yogesh Parfum F- 3,
Ki r chengasse 24/4,
MNeubaugasse, tel. +43
1 943 25 94, office@das-
parfum.com, www.yogesh-
parfum.com. Looking for
something special, something
unique? Want to emphasize your personality through your
individual scent? Dont hesitate and visit Yogesh individual
perfumes. Yogesh has worked on individual fragrances for 21
years and his concept of a message in a bottle has brought
him wide recognition as a specialist in individual aromas that
fit your personality and character. Each perfume is unique;
perfumes are not only scents, they are an expression of
personality, well-being and character. This is Yogesh' secret.
Selected natural Ayurveda essences are used as base notes
for the compositions. But how does a Yogesh scent work? It
penetrates the skin and mixes with the body moisture of the
carrier. It forms a new essence, which evaporates much slower
than a conventional perfume and surrounds them with their
own personal fragrance. Bring a scarf or another favorite piece
of clothing to the shop and Yogesh will detect your personal
fragrance type on the basis of its smell and in the course of
a personal interview. After a week your own personal scent
by Yogesh will surround you! For information on scents and
seminars, visit the homepage.QOpen 14:00 - 18:00, Sat
12:00 - 17:00. Closed Mon, Tue, Sun.
Das Parfum
Geschirr Niessner F-3, Kirchengasse 9a, MNeu-
baugasse, tel. +43 1 523 36 73, geschirr.niessner@
aon.at, www.geschirr-niessner.at. A family-owned
store filled with fantastic kitchenware. There's a wide
selection of English porcelain, including Pimpernel, Royal
Albert and Spoke, and all kinds of cookware, glassware
and tableware. Some items are so nostalgic they would
make your granny proudly exhibit them in her cabinet.
QOpen 09:30 - 18:00, Sat 10:00 - 18:00. Closed Sun.
Geschirr Niessner
Lucie, a native New Yorker and fashion stylist who come
to Vienna after falling in love with an Austrian, conducts
personalised shopping tours. Vienna In Your Pocket had
a chat with her.
How did you start the shopping tours? When I settled
in Vienna and realised there was no fashion industry, I
came up with the idea to help locals and visitors explore
all the great little shops in the city previously there were
no shopping tours in Vienna at all. So now I offer groups
of 5-9 people the chance to come along for a fun and
relaxing afternoon of shopping. And as I'm a regular, I've
been able to arrange discounts at every shop we visit.
What is special about shopping in Vienna? It's hard
to pinpoint what I like most. There are many special
boutiques and fantastic designers creating unique things,
from jelly to jewellery, but I think what I like best is that
you can wander through the beautiful back streets, away
from the crowds, and discover a living world of art and the
people who make it. It's the atmosphere and the creativity
I'm drawn to most. And you can bring a piece of it home.
What areas do you recommend? The Neubau district
is quite well known now for its young local designers. One
can start along the Neubaugasse and branch out. It's just
exploded with new shops over the past five years. The Mar-
gareten and Wieden districts are also interesting, and the
Inner City is full of treasures if you know where to look. I'm
designing new tours inspired by what each district has to offer.
What's nice to take home from Vienna? You can
find handmade silk-screened prints on fair-trade cot-
ton shirts, handmade multi-functional leather bags,
very special handmade custom jewellery, unique day
to evening wear, and unique fine foods and wines. And
of course the memories you take home from exploring
Vienna are priceless.
Lucie's three-hour shopping tours can be booked at
www.shoppingwithlucie.com or tel. +43 68 02 14
40 74, and cost 20-25 per person.
Shopping with Lucie
brillen giovanni. unmissable
its not just the shop on siebensterngasse 45 that you cant possibly miss,
but the glasses themselves too. for over 20 years already. brillen giovanni
sells more than glasses: a kind of philosophy, or jewellery; jewellery for the
face.
do you need a new frame? who knows what you may like here. with your
condence and the experience of brillen giovanni youre certainly going to
nd the glasses that t your style.
brillen giovanni
7th district, siebensterngasse 40
mon-fri 09:30-13:00 and 14:00-18:00
sat 09:00-12:30
tel. 01/523 64 94
www.brillengiovanni.at
brillen
giovanni
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shopping passage that combines cool modern design with
charming classical ambiance. QOpen 10:00 - 19:00, Sat
10:00 - 18:00. Closed Sun.
Steffl B-2, Krntnerstrasse 19, MStephansplatz, tel.
+43 1 51 43 10, www.steffl-vienna.at. This exclusive
six-storey department store is the place where success-
ful fashion-minded Austrians like to be seen buying luxury
brands from Diesel to Hugo Boss and from Gil to Gaultier,
as well as cosmetics, accessories, and home decorations.
The seventh floor Sky Bar and restaurant both have amaz-
ing views of the city centre. QOpen 09:30 - 19:00, Thu, Fri
09:30 - 20:00, Sat 09:30 - 18:00. Closed Sun.
Books & Magazines
British Bookshop B-2, Weihburggasse 24, MStuben-
tor, tel. +43 1 512 19 45, weihburggasse@britishbook-
shop.at, www.britishbookshop.at. English-speaking
expats, learners of English and visitors will have plenty to
poke around in this sizeable bookshop on the edge of the
city centre. Theres a large section of British and American
fiction, childrens books, textbooks as well as DVDs. Friendly
staff will be happy to order a book for you in case you cant
find it on the shelf. QOpen 09:30 - 18:30, Sat 09:30 - 18:00.
Closed Sun.
When it comes to shopping, the Vienna scene really runs
the gamut from large fashion chains to small boutiques,
from designer labels to offbeat artisans. The sheer variety
of retailers merits an extended shopping tour, but for
those with something more specific in mind, weve got a
few recommendations on where to start.
Shopping areas
Freihausviertel G-3, MKettenbrckengasse. Adja-
cent to the Naschmarkt, this small pocket of storefronts,
galleries and eateries is quickly becoming one of the citys
trendiest shopping areas. Devoted specialists offer a range
of unique novelties, from Austrian champagne to recycled art.
Krtnerstrasse and the Graben B-2, MStephans-
platz. These two wide pedestrian streets, flanked by elegant
facades and joined at the strikingly modern Haas House
opposite from Stephansdom, form the commercial arter-
ies of Viennas first district. This is the citys most exclusive
shopping area, where designer label devotees go as much
to see as to be seen.
Mariahilferstrasse F-2, F3, F4, MZieglergasse. The
long street running between Viennas sixth and seventh
districts is home to major international chains offering cloth-
ing, music, house wares, and practically everything else.
Tucked into the side streets youll find smaller boutiques
and unique local labels, especially in the narrow cobbled
streets of the Spittelberg, just up Stiftgasse, behind the
Museum Quarter.
Naschmarkt G-3, G-4. Derived from the German verb
naschen, meaning to nibble, Viennas largest open-air
market truly earns its moniker. The colourful fruit and veg-
etable stalls are interspersed with gourmet cheese, meat and
ethnic food vendors, all offering up samples of their products
to passers-by. If youre looking for a shopping experience for
all five senses, this one is a must. At the markets southwest
end, Austrias largest Flohmarkt (Flea Market) sets up shops
every Saturday morning, offering second-hand clothing, an
array of unusual items, and antique treasures for expert
bargain hunters who show up early.
Shopping centres
Donauzentrum Wagramerstrasse 81, MKagran, tel.
+43 1 203 47 22 110, www.donauzentrum.at. Austrians
never really warmed up to the idea of buying all they need
under one roof, but if for any reason you long for an American-
style mall featuring about 260 stores and a large food court,
complete with disorderly crowds and loitering teenagers, then
you might give Donauzentrum a try. QOpen 09:00 - 20:00,
Sat 09:00 - 18:00. Closed Sun.
Ringstrassen Galerien B- 3, Krntner Ring 5-7,
MKarlsplatz, www.ringstrassen-galerien.at. Some
60 fancy stores and boutiques, a large supermarket and
eight restaurants can be found in this elegant medium-sized
Citizens from outside the EU (and EU citizens resident
elsewhere) can save money by claiming a VAT refund
for the purchases while in Vienna. The Global Blue tax
refund service is easy to use. When buying an item at
a shop, ask for a tax refund cheque. At the airport or
border show this together with the item in question at
the customs desk to get the cheque stamped, and then
proceed to the Global Blue Customer desk with your
passport for the cash or credit card refund. You'll get the
VAT on these items refunded, minus a commission. For
more information see www.global-blue.com.
Tax-free shopping
Naschmarkt
FLO Vintage G- 3, Schleif-
mhlgasse 15a, MKetten-
brckengasse, tel. +43 1 586
07 73, www.vintageflo.com.
INGRID RAAB is a trendsetter for
vintage-fashion and a pioneer of
the first hour, since such a store
was highly unique not only for
Vienna but for Austria. In her cosy
store in the famous Viennese
art-distri ct Freihausviertel
close the Naschmarkt one can find the most exciting,
exquisite and original pieces from 1880 - 1980 such as
pearl-embroidered dresses of the art-nouveau or the
charleston period, The Little Black Dress a la Chanel
and Audrey Hepburn as well as a large variety of the
New Look of the 50s and the 60s style of Jackie O.
Regulars at this store are celebrities from the field of art,
theater, music, film and show-biz and even top-designer
as Marc Jacobs (for Louis Vuitton, the most important
company for luxury, worl dwi de),Hel mut Lang,Stella
Mc Cartney, Dries van Noten, Strenesse, Escada, or
Paolo.M.Anderson (new chief designer of Chloe-Paris).
QOpen 10:00 - 18:30, Sat 10:00 - 15:30. Closed Sun.
FLO Vintage
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Shakespeare & Company B-1, Sterngasse 2,
MSchwedenplatz, tel. +43 1 53 55 05 30, booksellers@
shakespeare.co.at, www.shakespeare.co.at. Crammed
with literature top to bottom, this tiny store sells some books
you might have been searching forever and couldnt find, and
then some more youve never ever needed. Space is such
a precious commodity here that youd have to manoeuvre
carefully not to chuck huge piles of printed matter on the floor.
A good selection of books on art, travel and second-hand
literature, all in English. QOpen 09:00 - 21:00. Closed Sun.
Flowers
Floralstudio B-2, Wollzeile 25, MStubentor, tel. +43 1
513 32 20, office@floralstudio.at, www.floralstudio.at.
Freshly grown flowers and plants on two floors in the middle of the
city. Most products are delivered from their own gardens just out-
side Vienna. They are particularly good at attention to detail and
creativity. QOpen 10:00 - 19:00, Sat 10:00 - 17:00. Closed Sun.
Sdtler A-3, Opernring 13, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 587
42 19, www.saedtler.at. Probably the most exclusive florist
in Vienna, Sdtler has supplied beautiful bouquets, wreaths
and other floral arrangements for all occasions since the 19th
century. Plants are also in abundance, and deliveries are made
throughout the city. The main location next to the Opera house is
particularly fascinating - even the decorated window is a wonder
to behold. QOpen 09:00 - 19:00, Sat 09:00 - 17:00. Closed Sun.
Gifts & Souvenirs
Frey Wille B-2, Stephansplatz 5, MStephansplatz, tel.
+43 1 513 48 92, stephansplatz@frey-wille.com, www.
frey-wille.com. Undoubtedly a Viennese creation, Frey Wille
has conquered the hearts and minds of the style-conscious
women worldwide with its multicoloured hand-crafted enamel
jewellery and extravagant decorative accessories. Collec-
tions and sets of beauti ful, though pricey bangles, rings,
pendants and watches with names like Alphons Mucha
or Gustav Klimt, as well as scarves, lady belts, pens or
cufflinks for men can be found in several stores in Vienna.
Also at Albertinaplatz 1, M Karlsplatz, tel. +43 1 513 80 09
14. QOpen 10:00 - 19:00, Sat 10:00 - 17:00. Closed Sun.
sterreichische Werksttten B-2, Krntnerstrasse
6, MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 512 24 18, office@
austrianarts.com, www.austrianarts.com. This large
showcase store owned by an association of Austrian crafts-
men and artists should be on your must-see list even if you
decide not to buy anything. The choice of handmade jewellery,
glassware, ceramics and pewter is the largest in Vienna.
QOpen 10:00 - 18:30, Sat 10:00 - 18:00. Closed Sun.
Swarovski B-2, Krntnerstrasse 24, MStephansplatz,
tel. +43 1 324 00 00, swarovski.wien@swarovski.com,
www.swarovski.com. Three floors of sparkling crystal
jewellery, accessories, decorative objects and figurines await
at Swarovskis inspirational centre. Besides the regular col-
lection, theres the stunning new product spectrum, various
Augarten Wien Manufaktur & Shop, Schloss
Augarten, Obere Augartenstrae 1, MTabor-
strasse, tel. +43 1 21 12 42 00, wien2@augar-
ten.at, www.augarten.at. Tours of todays produc-
ti on centre i n Augarten castl e i mpart an i ndel i bl e
impression of the great l ove of detail that goes into
making each individual piece of porcelain. In contrast
to factory wares, each singl e step - from mi xing the
paste to finishing the pi ece is carri ed out by hand.
Visi tors can see the entire production process, from
the raw material to the finished, painted artefacts.
Gui ded tours of about an hour take place from Mon-
day to Fri day (except holi days) at 10:00. Admission
is 12 for adul ts, 6 for students and seniors and
3 for chil dren under 10. QOpen 09:30-17:00, Fri
09:30-13:00, Sat, Sun cl osed.
Augarten Tours
Swarovski
artistic installations and a champagne bar. QOpen 09:00 -
20:00, Thu, Fri 09:00 - 21:00, Sat 09:00 - 18:00. Closed Sun.
Thomas Sabo B-2, Seilerstrasse 4, MStephansplatz,
tel. +43 1 512 39 25, www.thomassabo.com. Unique
and trendy collection of sterling silver jewellery, watches,
perfumes and accessories appeals particularly to the young
and the hip. Prices are quite fair for the quality. Also at Wall-
nerstrasse, M Herrengasse, tel. +43 1 533 58 95. QOpen
10:00 - 19:00, Sat 10:00 - 18:00. Closed Sun.
Gourmet Food & Drink
Billa Corso Herrnhuterhaus B-2, Neuer Markt 17,
MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 51 30 48 10, www.billa.at.
Located on three floors of a stunning Art Nouveau building, the
flagship Billa supermarket is a highly welcome addition to Viennas
otherwise rather uneventful grocery shopping scene. Gourmet
connoisseurs will drool over the wide selection of fruit and veggies,
endless meat and cheese counters, a wealth of baked goods,
sweets, and other delicacies. Since the store is new, staff has
been overwhelmingly helpful so far, and hopefully they stay this
way. QOpen 08:00 - 20:00, Sat 08:00 - 18:00. Closed Sun.
Julius Meinl am Graben B-2, Graben 19, MStepha-
nsplatz, tel. +43 1 532 33 34, office@meinlamgraben.
at, www.meinlamgraben.at. Viennas legendary epicurean
temple offers chic but pricey foodstuffs on two levels, plus
an excellent wine cellar and an upmarket restaurant-bar on
the upper floor. If you crave for any kind of food hard to get
elsewhere in the city, try here. The caf downstairs is quite
popular with both locals and tourists. QOpen 08:00 - 19:30,
Sat 09:00 - 18:00. Closed Sun. Restaurant open 09:00-
24:00, wine cellar open 11:00-24:00, Sun closed.
Augarten porcelain
Wiener Porzellanmanufaktur Augarten,
the second oldest porcelain manufactory in
Europe, was founded in 1718. Te white
gold from Vienna has been lovingly
moulded and shaped, glazed and painted by
hand ever since; every single item of nest
Augarten porcelain is just as unique now
as it was then. Design and artistic value
reect collaboration with generations of
well-known artists. Augarten upholds this
tradition, working closely with some of the
most respected designers of our day.
Augarten porcelain is world-famous for its
delicate and graceful shape, its clean lines and
exquisite details. Combining sophisticated
craftsmanship, artistic design and the latest
technical equipment, Augarten uniquely
blends time-honoured tradition with a
contemporary approach to art. Te nest
porcelain is still produced and painted by hand
in our manufactory at Augarten castle just as it
has always been. Located at the geographical
crossroads of European cultures and as one
of the oldest European names in porcelain,
Augarten Wien has symbolised the continuity
of timeless Viennese tradition, art and culture
for almost 300 years now.
Pinocchio
Pinocchio has a long nose.
He is curious and likes to run
away. He is an adventurer. If
he falls down he immediately
gets up. He is a tumbler. He
is denitely cheeky: if he gets nudged he nudges as
well. But he is always cheerful, unpretentious and
likeable: Pinocchio with the long nose. His daddy
is Philipp Bruni, not Gepetto, and he is a designer.
Pinocchio is not carved of wood but of porcelain -
the most precious, handmade Viennese porcelain
from Augarten. Tis is Pinocchio the tumbler vase.
Light and porcelain
Te history of ceramics go back thousands of years. Trough time and
dierent cultures its development has been inuenced in many ways,
resulting in the many forms of ceramics we know today. Development has
been determined by the purpose and the way we use ceramics and today
ceramics have eectively disappeared from sight, everyday products which
we take for granted. Cups, plates and bathtubs
are things we use without a second thought. How
could they become invisible and how can we get
them out of the background again? By showing
the components are important to us, the ones we
like, the ones which change our mood. Designer
Katharina Ilie about light: My project (from
2009) is about a light object made from the
special Augarten porcelain. A clear form, decent
porcelain and light express my thoughts.
Augarten Wien, Manufaktur & Shop, Schloss Augarten,
Obere Augartenstrae 1,
tel. +43 1 21 12 42 00,
wien2@augarten.at, www.augarten.at.
Open 09:30-17:00, Fri 09:30-13:00, Sat, Sun closed.
Augarten city centre shop, Stock-im-Eisen-Platz 3,
tel. +43 1 512 14 94, wien1@augarten.at.
Open 10:00-18:00, Sun closed.
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WIEN PRODUCTS
Manner the pi nk
world of chocolate and
wafers
"Chocol ate for ever y-
one was Josef Man-
ner I ' s mot t o wh en
foundi ng the "Choco-
l a d e n f a b r i k J o s e f
Ma n n e r on Ma r c h
1, 1890. Af ter bei ng
di ssati sf i ed wi t h t he
qual i t y and the pri ce
of t he chocol ate be-
i ng t raded i n Vi enna
he qui ckl y deci ded to
produce the chocol ate hi msel f. Josef Manner had
St Stephan's Cathedral i n front of hi s eyes al l the
ti me when he had hi s fi rst shop on Stephanspl atz
6 and coul d soon wi n thi s as hi s trademark. The
wafer created i n 1898 and known as "Neapol i tan
Wafer No. 239" meant the success of the Manner
brand was unstoppabl e. On 18 June 2004, a new
shop was opened on Stephanspl atz, j ust as i t was
when the company was founded, and now Manner
sel l s sweet del i caci es from the hear t of Vi enna to
peopl e from al l over the worl d. I n the smal l and
excl usi ve shop, Manner's best-known and most
popul ar sweet goods are for sal e: tr y the Man-
ner wafers, Vi ctor Schmi dt Austri a Mozar tkugel n,
Casal i chocol ate bananas, Napol i Dragee Keksi ,
Casal i Rum-Kokos and many more opti ons.
Manner shop, Stephansplatz 7, tel.: +43 1 513
70 18, www.manner.com. Opening hours: Mo-Su:
10:00-21:00
Manner
I n 2009, Wi ener Si l ber
Manufactur repositioned
i tsel f as successor of
an old established silver
manufacturing company.
Ou r a s s o r t me n t o f
t abl eware and t rendy
accessor i es such as
tea sets, candleholders,
and centerpi eces are
handcraf ted l ocal l y i n
top quality. The designs
are mainly from the most
important Vienna design masters. In 1902, even before
the Vienna workshop was founded, Josef Hoffmann
created the revolutionary tableware no. 135. It has not
lost its contemporary design in its radical functionality. The
archive of the Wiener Silber Manufactur holds the original
drawing containing 11,000
drafts. Todays established
designers guarantee the
future success of Wiener
Si l ber, an i nnovat i ve
company wi th tradi ti on
that specializes in custom-
made products. Only real
silver as a silver alloy of
940/1000, whi ch i s a
special top quality silver
alloy, is a perfect protection
against tarnishing.
Wiener Silber Manufactur, Spiegelgasse 14, tel.
+43 1 513 05 00, www.wienersilbermanufactur.
com. Opening hours: Mo-Fr: 10:00-18:30, Sa 10:00-17:00
Wiener Silber Manufactur
Wi en Product s i s a proj ect of t he Vi enna Cham-
ber of Commerce & I ndustr y, whi ch was founded
i n 1995 wi t h t he goal of suppor t i ng t he expor t
ef for t s of sel ected Vi ennese consumer goods
manuf act ur er s. The 53 l ocal compani es cur-
rent l y associ ated wi t h Wi en Product s produce
goods of out st andi ng qual i t y, pr ovi de excel -
l ent ser vi ce and seek to i ncor porate Vi enna s
uni que f l ai r and sense of aest het i cs i nto t hei r
product s. Thei r ef for t s to enter t he maj or i n-
ter nat i onal mar ket s are suppor ted by t he Wi en
Product s Ser vi ce Center at t he Vi enna Chamber
of Commerce and I ndust r y, whi ch co- ordi nates
many j oi nt promoti ons and acti vi ti es. Fi nd more
i nfor mat i on about Wi en Product s at www. wi en-
product s. at, or cal l t he ser vi ce center at tel .
+43 1 514 50 15 17.
Wien Products
Nowadays, it's easy to arrive in a foreign city, explore the
streets and museums for a day, and end up shopping at
mainly familiar international chain stores, or shops selling
generic products that could have been made anywhere.
In a new initiative, the local chamber of commerce has
designed a brand for products that are typically Vienna,
quality items made by local companies that make great
souvenirs of gi fts. Vienna In Your Pocket is all about going
local, so we're happy to present a few of these products
and shops here.
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WIEN PRODUCTS
Youll love these
traditional Austrian Manners.
Manner Shop on Stephansplatz 7
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DIRECTORY
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Hanusch Krankenhaus Heinrich- Collin- Str. 30,
MHtteldorgerstrasse, tel. +43 1 910 21, www.
hanusch-krankenhaus.at.
SMZ Ost Langobardenstrasse 122, tel. +43 1 28 80
20, www.wienkav.at.
Unfallkrankenhaus Lorenz Bhler Donaueschin-
genstrasse 13, MDresdner Strae, tel. +43 1 33 11
00, www.auva.at.
Wilhelminenspital Montleartstrsse 37, MKendler-
strae, tel. +43 1 49 15 00, www.wilhelminenspital.at.
Pharmacies
Pharmacies (Apotheke) in Vienna take turns operating at
night and at weekends, and the list of pharmacies open 24
hours on any given day of the week is posted outside each
pharmacy as well as at www.apotheker.or.at. Medicines
can only be purchased at pharmacies and are not avail-
able in drugstores (Drogerie), and most medicines require
prescriptions.
Apotheke zum Goldenen Reichsapfel B-2, Singer-
strasse 15, MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 512 41 44, ko@
reichsapfel-apotheke.at, www.reichsapfel-apotheke.at.
Apotheke zum Roten Krebs B-1, Lichtensteg 4,
MSchwedenplatz, tel. +43 1 533 67 91, krebsapo-
theke@utanet.at, www.krebsapotheke.at. A century old
pharmacy specialising in homeopathic remedies.
Saint Charles Apotheke G-3, Gumpendorferstrasse 30,
MMuseumsquartier, tel. +43 1 586 13 63, fasching@saint.
info, www.saintcharles.at. Organic cosmetics, with a small
natural foods restaurant across the street. Also at Naglergasse 9.
Schottenapotheke A-1, Freyung 7, MSchottentor,
tel. +43 1 533 24 57, info@schottenapotheke.at, www.
schottenapotheke.at.
Dentists
Prim. Dr. Hannes Lembacher Rotenturmstr. 27, tel. 533 55 81
Dr. Robert Scherngell Mariahilfer Str. 128/5, tel. 522 19 66
Dr. Robert Scherngell F-3, Mariahilferstrasse 128/5,
tel. +43 1 522 19 66.
Prim. Dr. Hannes Lembacher B-2, Rotenturmstrasse
27, tel. +43 1 533 55 81.
Doctors
Dr. Gottfried Hnlinger Stuwerstr. 22, tel. 728 00 91
Dr. Dieter Zakel Schottenring 16, tel. 0800 MEDICINE
Dr. Dieter Zakel A-1, Schottenring 16, tel. +43 800
63 34 24 63.
Dr. Gottfried Hnlinger I-1, Stuwerstrasse 22, tel.
+43 1 728 00 91.
Emergencies
Police tel. 133
Ambulance tel. 144
Fire Department tel. 122
Emergency doctor service tel. 141
Emergency pharmacist tel. 1550
Autoclub AMTC tel. 120
Autoclub ARB tel. 123
Hospitals
AKH (Allgemeines Krankenhaus) F-1, Whring-
er Gr tel 18- 20, tel . +43 1 40 40 00, www.
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Salztorgasse B 1
Schallautzerstrae C 2
Schauflergasse A 2
Schaumburgergasse B 4
Schaumburgergasse G 4
Schellhammergasse E 2
Schellinggasse B 3
Schikanedergasse A 3
Schlei fmhlgasse A 3
Schlsslgasse F 2
Schlsselgasse B 4
Schmalzhofgasse F 3
Schmelzgasse C 1
Schmllergasse B 4
Schnbornpark F 2
Schnbrunnerstrae E 4-G 3
Schnlaterngasse C 2
Schottenbastei A 1
Schottenfeldgasse F 3
Schottengasse A 1
Schottenring A 1
Schrankgasse F 3
Schubertring B 3
Schulerstrae B 2
Schwarzenbergplatz B 3
Schwarzenbergstrae B 3
Schwedenplatz C 1
Schweizer Garten I 4
Schwindgasse B 4
Sechshauser Strae E 4-D 4
Seidengasse E 3-F 3
Seilergasse B 2
Seilersttte B 2
Sensengasse F 1
Siebenbrunnengasse G 4
Siebensterngasse F 3
Sigmund Freud Museum G 1
Singerstrae B 2
Skodagasse F 2
Sonnenfelsgasse B 2
Spanische Hofreitschule A 2
Spengergasse F 4
Spiegelgasse B 2
Spitalgasse F 1
Stadtpark C 2
Stanislausgasse I 3
Stephansdom B 2
Stephansplatz B 2
Sti ftgasse F 3
Stohlberggasse G 4
Stollgasse E 3-F 3
Strauchgasse A 2
Strauengasse A 4
Strauengasse G 4
Strohgasse C 3
Strozzigasse F 2
Stubenring C 2
Stumpergasse E 3-F 4
Taborstrae C 1
Tandelmarktgasse C 1
Taubstummengasse B 4
Technisches Museum Wien
D 4
Teinfaltstrae A 1
Thaliastrae D 2-E 2
Theater in der Josefstadt F 2
Theresianum H 4
Theresianumgasse B 4
Thurngasse G 1
Tiefer Graben B 1
Tigergasse F 2
Tuchlauben B 2
Trkenstrae G 1
Ungargasse I 3
Universitt A 1
Untere Augartenstrae H 1
Untere Donaustrae C 1
Untere Weigerberlnde I 2
Urania C 1
Uraniastrae C 1
Vereinsgasse I 1
Veronikagasse E 2-E 1
Vogelweidplatz E 3
Volksgarten A 2
Vordere Zollamtsstrae I 2
Vorlaufstrae B 1
Votivkirche A 1
Whringer Strae A 1
Whringergrtel E 2
Wal fischgasse B 3
Walkrengasse D 3
Waltergasse B 4
Wasagasse G 1
Wattgasse D 2
Webgasse F 3-F 4
Wehrgasse A 4
Wehrgasse G 4
Weihburggasse B 2
Weintraubengasse C 1
Weigerberlnde I 2
Werdertorgasse B 1
Westbahnhof E 3
Westbahnstrae E 3-F 3
Weyringergasse H 4
Wichtelgasse D 2
Wickenburggasse F 2
Wiedner Grtel H 4
Wiedner Hauptstrae A 4
Wiener Konzerthaus C 3
Wiener Naschmarkt A 3
Wiesingerstrae C 2
Winkelmannstrae D 4
Wipplingerstrae A 1
Witzelsbergerstrae D 3
Wohllebengasse B 4
Wollzeile C 2
Yppenpark E 2
Zaunergasse C 3
Zentagasse G 4
Ziegelofengasse A 4
Ziegelofengasse G 4
Zieglergasse F 3
Zinckgasse E 3
Zirkusgasse C 1
Zollergasse F 3
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1516 38
Albertina 43
Altstadt Vienna 18
ARCOTEL Kaiserwasser 18
Architekturzentrum Wien 44
Augarten Wien 56
Augustinerkeller 24, 34
Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen 18
Bamboo 28
Bank Austria Kunstforum 44
Beim Czaak 25
Belvedere 40
Beograd 30
Billy's Bones 38
Bitzinger Wrstelstand 32
Blue Box 35
Blue Orange Bagel 32
Bristol 18
Caf Berg 37
Caf Central 22
Caf Drechsler 22
Caf Europa 36
Caf Griensteidl 22
Caf Hawelka 23
Caf Hummel 22
Caf Landtmann 22
Caf Leopold 36
Caf Museum 23
Caf Prckel 23
Caf Sacher 23
Caf Savoy 37
Caf Sperl 23
Caffe Latte 36
CapaTosta 33
Capricorno 19
City Central 19
Da Capo 33
Das Schick 30
Das Triest 19
Das Tyrol 19
Demel 23
Der Kuckuck 25
Do & Co 30
Donau 35
Dots 28
Eagle Bar 37
Erzherzog Rainer 19
Eulennest Vinothek & Weinbar 34
Flschermuseum 45
Felixx 37
Feuerwehr Wagner 34
Figlmller 25
Flanagans 38
Flex 36
Fluc 36
Frank's American Bar 27
Franz 25
Grfin vom Naschmarkt 25
Grand Hotel 19
Hammond Bar 35
Hanil Sushi 28
Haus der Musik 16
Haus des Meeres 39
Heeresgeschichtliches
Museum 45
Heuriger Maly 34
Heuriger Reinprecht 34
Hilton 19
Hofburg 40
Hotel am Parkring 19
Hotel am Stephansplatz 20
Champions 35
Charlie P's Irish Pub 38
Ilija 30
Ilona Stueberl 32
Il Sestante 33
Imperial 20
Indochine 21 30
Intercontinental 20
JO9 32
Johnny's Pub 38
Jdisches Museum 45
Korso 30
Kronprinz Rudolph 25
Kunsthalle 45
Kunsthaus Wien 45
Kunsthistorisches Museum 46
Kunstraum Niederoesterreich 46
Le Bol 30
Le Mridien 20
Lemmon 38
Leopold Museum 46
Liechtenstein Museum 46
LioUnge 28
Li's Cooking 28
Loos Bar 35
Lucky Chinese 28
Lutz 36
Lux 25
Mango Bar 37
Marriott 20
Martinjak 25
Maschu Maschu 32
Mozarthaus 16
MUMOK 46
Museum auf Abruf 47
Museum fr Angewandte
Kunst 47
Museums Quartier 40
Naturhistorisches Museum 47
Orlando di Castello 32
ost klub 36
Palais Coburg 20
Passage 36
Pizza Mari 33
Plachutta 26
Plutzerbru 26
Porgy & Bess 38
Prater Dome 37
Pratersauna 37
Procacci 30
Ra'mien 37
Reinthalers Beisl 26
Ribs of Vienna 27
Riesenrad 42
Rochus 36
Roomz Vienna 20
Roxy 37
Rubens 44
Sacher 20
Saigon 28
Salut 30
Sass Club 37
Scotch Club 35
Secession 47
Shanghai Tan 28
Shebeen 38
Schloss Schnbrunn 42
Schnitzelwirt 26
Sightseeing Bus 47
Sigmund Freud Museum 47
Sing Your Song 38
Spanische Hofreitschule 42
Stadtgasthaus Eisvogel 26
Steakpoint 28
Stefanie 21
Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof
21
Steirereck 30
Stephansdom 43
Studio 67 36
Suppenbar.at 32
T.G.I. Fridays 28
The Levante Parliament 21
The Loft 37
The Ring 21
Third Man Museum 45
Tourist-Info Vienna 40
Trzesniewski 26
Trkis 32
Vegetasia 28
Vienna Ring tram 47
Vienna Urban Resort
Apartments 21
Vienna Urban Resort Hotel 21
Vienna Walks & Talks 47
Village Bar 38
Volksgarten 37
WerkzeugH 36
Why Not? 38
Wiener Wirtschaft 27
Wien-Ticket Pavillon 13
Wok & More 28
Wombat's 21
Zum Weien Rauchfangkehrer
27
The Race Even Marathoners Fear
-The Wall Street Journal, 2010
7.31.2011
WORTH THE HURT.
TM
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The only way to get rid of
a temptation is to yield to it.
OSCAR WILDE
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