VIENNAFAVORITE3Expectations were fullfilled. Nice, very clean, well Maintained appartment. Iris is nice, cooparating person.
REINPRECHTThis is a lovely apartment and friendly owners at hand if you need them. The aparment is bright and cosy, just right. We were travelling with my 80 year old mother, so having a lift to the apartment was essential. The apartment is only 10m walk from the tube station and direct line to the city's historical centre (only a couple of stops). The neighbourhood is quiet and feels safe with supermarket nearby if you wish to self cater. The aparment has 2 confortable double beds (1 located in the open plan living area) so perfect for 3-4 people sharing. We were 3 so plenty of space. I highly recommend this apartment.
TA VIENNA CITYThe apartment is very spacious and very clean and furniture is all IKEA good quality; the area is very nice and quiet but close to a metro station which makes it very easy to reach all the touristic attractions in Vienna. I would definitely recommend it.
PRATER MESSEclean, well situated, close to metro, short U-bahn trip to tourist centre, good supermarket and restaurants with in easy walking distance, owner was very friendly and gave useful tips and information
ZENTRUMSNAHClean, well appointed, quiet.
Objectively speaking, Vienna is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. The majestic Austrian capital reminisces of imperial times when Austria-Hungary was one of the most powerful empires in the world. Its tall, light-coloured buildings and Stephansplatz and its cathedral make Vienna one of the most appealing tourist destinations in Central Europe in terms of architectural beauty. Try something different and rent apartments in Vienna and endure a holiday filled with culture, beauty and, of course, the delicious Wiener Schnitzel.[See more]
What to see and do in Vienna
Most of Vienna’s most important landmarks date from imperial times, except of course the Stephansdom on Stephansplatz. The Stephansdom is the city’s Cathedral, an impressive 12th-century construction in the middle of the main square in the city. Moving forward a few centuries, don’t miss Schönbrunn Palace, the palace that was the residence of the Habsburg family and where today you can visit its luxurious interior. As mentioned above, don’t leave the city without trying its flagship dish, the Wiener Schnitzel delicious breaded deep-fried veal served with vegetables, a piece of meat that almost falls off the plate. When you’ve finished, why not take in an Opera Ball at the State Opera.or visit some of the city’s famous cafés and sample some strudel
Vienna and day trips from Vienna
If you rent cheap apartments in Vienna you will not only be able to visit the Austrian capital at your pace but also indulge in some day trips. Almost all of the interest in Vienna lies in its Innere Stadt, its Old Town. That’s where you will find most of the monuments. Schönbrunn Palace is located in the Outer West while if you fancy visiting the Prater park you need to go to the Innere Ost. For day trips, Salzburg is just under three hours away by train while Bratislava is a lot closer, just one hour on the train with a special price for return tickets, a city well worth visiting for its charm and beauty.
When to come to Vienna
Vienna is a beautiful city to enjoy in the cold or in the heat. In spring and summer, the parks are green and the weather is fantastic to visit the city, as well as its Open-air Cinema. In winter, Vienna’s beauty really comes to the fore, especially with its Christmas Market by the beautifully lit-up Rathaus.
Moving around in Vienna
You can get into Vienna Airport from most airports in Europe and some in Northern Africa and the Middle East. Inside the city, its efficient metro system will get you anywhere you want to go quickly, while the trams are also efficient if less quick. You can also get to all the main cities in Central Europe while on holiday in Vienna by using thetrain, which will get you to cities such as Bratislava, Budapest, and Prague among others.
Events in Vienna
The New Year’s Day Concert at the Musikverein is one of the most important events in the world performed by the Vienna Philharmonic. In October, why not take in the city’s version of Oktoberfest while in December, make sure you don’t miss out on the amazing Christmas Market, one of the best in the whole of Europe.