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CONTENTS
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Arrival & Transport 5
Get your bearings on S, U and Tram
History 6
Basics 6
Culture & Events 8
Open air festivals & wine tasting
Vienna Districts 12
Getting streetwise
Where to stay 14
From park bench to Park Grand
Coffeehouses 16
Coffee, cake & culture
Heurigen 17
Wine, wine and Wien
Restaurants 18
From Wiener Schnitzel to BBQ
Contents
Nightlife 28
Explore the depths of Vienna’s bars and clubs
Sightseeing 32
From imperial to contemporary
Wellness & Beauty 39
Need a haircut?
Shopping 40
Whatever you want
Directory 44
Maps & Index
Centre map 45-47
Street register 48
Transport map 49
Venue index 50
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Autumn in Vienna means cool air, kicking leaves
in the park, new wine and this year also politics.
Elections for the Vienna city council and district
councils will take place on 10 October, and visitors
can expect lots of posters, leaflets and politicians
out on the streets in the weeks running up to the
event – though like the famous black Ford model T,
it's probable that the Social Democrats will remain
seated where they are the coming years.
Oblivious of political strife, visitors can ignore all
that to head out to see the city's glorious sights,
the wine Heurigen, visit the famous Augarten
porcelain factory, or take a trip to the wineries,
lakes and spas of nearby Burgenland. The events
of the season are without doubt the Vienna Design
Week and the excellent Frida Kahlo exhibition.
Music lovers should make use of the reduced offer
to visit the Mozarthaus and the Haus der Musik –
two exciting musical museums for the price of one
and a half. All these opportunities are highlighted in
this edition of Vienna In Your Pocket.
Whatever you do this autumn, let the Vienna In Your
Pocket city guide take you by the hand. Comments
and questions are more than welcome at vienna@
inyourpocket.com.
Enjoy Vienna.
Flowers bloom on the windowsills
of Vienna's imposing Rathaus, or
City Hall. Built in 1883 along the
famous Ring boulevard that was
created after the demoli ti on of
the old city walls that once helped
protect Vienna – and some say
western Europe too – from the
Ottomans, the neo-gothic building
still houses the offices of the mayor
and city council.
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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,
Europe’s 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 Häupl
Greeting from the mayor
© Stadt Wien/PID,
Photo: Hubert Dimko
Whether you plan to arrive in Vienna by air, land or water,
here you will find all you need to know. Once in Vienna, the
best way to see the sights and discover the city is by the
extensive public transport system consisting of U-Bahn
(metro), trams, and buses.
By bus
All international buses arrive at the Vienna International Bus-
terminal (VIB) located opposite the Erdberg metro station. To
the city center (Stephansplatz), it’s about a 10 minutes ride.
For more information on international bus connections con-
tact Eurolines at tel. +437 98 29 00 (Mon - Fri 06:30 - 20:30,
Sat, Sun 06:30 - 11:30, 16:30 - 20:30), www.eurolines.at.
By car
Mayor highways lead from Vienna to Munich to the West, Ven-
ice to the south, Budapest to the east and Brno to the north.
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 park-
ing zones in the inner districts of the city or your parking spot
may become quite expensive. Park & Ride facilities in the outer
districts of the city offer inexpensive parking for €3 per day.
By plane
All flights arrive at Vienna International Airport, located in
Schwechat 18km from the city center. Once you have your
baggage, take the City Airport Train (CAT), the S-Bahn (Sch-
nellbahn), a Vienna Airport Lines bus, or a taxi to get to town.
The City Airport Train departs every hal f hour to the city
center (U-Bahn Landstrasse/S-Bahn Wien Mitte). The ride
takes 16 minutes and costs €10 for a single trip (€7,50 with
the Vienna Card) and €18 for a return trip. It is possible to
check in for flights at Wien Mitte station on the specially
designated City Airport Train track. For more information
see www.cityairporttrain.com.
S-Bahn train S7 takes you from the airport to Wien Mitte in
24 minutes, with a single trip costing €3,60. The first train
from the airport leaves at 04:54 and trains run approximately
every 30 minutes, with the last train leaving at 00:18. From
Wien Mitte trains run between 04:34 and 23:47.
Vienna Airport Lines buses take you to U-Bahn Schwedenplatz,
the train station, or the Vienna International Center (VIC) in 20-
30 minutes. Buses run from about 05:00 to 23:00 and depart
every 30 minutes. A single ride costs €6 and a return trip €11.
For information call tel. +43 17 00 73 23 00 or +435 17 17.
A taxi from the airport to the city center costs €30.
By ship
More and more travellers are arriving in Vienna on the Dan-
ube River from Germany or Hungary. This scenic route may
take longer than a flight but is well worth the experience.
There are also many daytrips offered on the Danube; see
www.twincityliner.com for more.
By train
Direct trains from Rome, Paris, Zurich, Amsterdam, Berlin,
Warsaw, Prague, Budapest as well as Belgrade, Zagreb and
Lubjijana reach Vienna every day.
Attention: Vienna’s largest train station, Südbahnhof, was
demolished in December 2009 and will be replaced by a new
Central Station (Wien Hauptbahnhof) in 2012.
In the meantime, all trains are arriving at Wien-Meidling,
which is on the U6 metro line. So from here you can easily get
where you need to go with the public transport or take a taxi.
Only trains from Germany and Switzerland will arrive at Wien
Westbahnhof, also located on the U6 metro line.
If you are planning to travel throughout Austria, you may want
to check out the Eurail Austria Pass.
If you are leaving Vienna by train, be sure to check which
station your train is departing from. Surprisingly it may not
be the same station you arrived in.
More Information: oebb.at
Public transport
Vienna’s extensive public transportation system 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 weekends
and before bank holidays. If you miss the last U-Bahn you
can always take a night bus home, which run from 00:45 to
05:00. Trams are a great way to get around the inner city
sights. Tickets cost €1,80 for a single ride, though it’s well
worth getting a day ticket if you’re planning on using public
transport more than a few times. A 24-hour ticket is €5,70,
a 48-hour ticket €10 and a 72-hour ticket €13,60. Tickets
must be validated before getting on board.
Tickets can be purchased from machines at every U-Bahn sta-
tion and also on buses and trams, though single tickets bought
on board will cost €2,20, with only coins accepted. You can also
drop by the ticket sales offices of the Vienna Transport Authority
(Wiener Linien), at the Stephansplatz, Karlsplatz, Westbahnhof
and Wien Mitte metro stations. The 72 hour ticket can also be
picked up in the Tourist Information Office. Children up to six years
old always travel free; children up to 15 ride free on Sundays,
holidays and during the Vienna school holidays (photo ID required).
The Vienna Card offers 72 hours of travel on the metro, trams and
bus lines, and offers more than 200 additional discounts to mu-
seums, concerts, cafés, and more for €18,50. You can purchase
the Vienna Card at the Tourist Information Office at the airport
or in the city centre or at the Vienna Lines information offices.
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BASICS HISTORY
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. Vienna´s 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 Häupl. Since 1917,
Vienna has been 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 hold 55% of seats with a 49%
share of the vote. 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 city’s many social democratic
policies is the low-cost Gemeindebauten residential estates
which house about 25% of the Viennese population.
Smoking
Officially all restaurants, cafés and other such venues have
to provide a non-smoking section. While recently many
restaurants turned into smoke-free zones, don’t 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 Würstelstand 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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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: Großglockner 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%.
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autumn are cool to mild. It rains or snows 10-15 days
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How far does your euro go in Vienna?
Espresso €1.80
Glass of local beer (0.5 litre) €3.20
Bottle of local wine €3
Packet of cigarettes €4
Big Mac €3
Public transport ticket €1.80
Taxi ride across town €15
Litre of petrol €1.20
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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 Schönbrunn.
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
Ringstraße 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-Österreich
(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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Vienna Design Week
Now i n i ts four th year, Vi enna Desi gn Week uni tes
museums, galleries, shops, studios and designers from
around the globe to create a city-wide showplace dedicated
to all aspects of design. A range of interactive, experimental
and provocative installations explores the relationship
between obj ect and i ndi vi dual – whether experi enced
designer or curious newcomer – and the restless tension
between functionality and aesthetic.
Hosted by more t han 50 par t ner compani es and
organizations, the core of Vienna Design Week consists
of more than 70 publicly accessible events, ranging from
discussions, exhibitions, labs and lectures, to the so-called
Passionswege: venue-speci fic interacti ve walk-through
installations. This years guest designers will be Mark Braun
(D), White Elephant (A), formafantasma (I), Jessica Hansson
(S), Annette Hinterwirth (A), kim+heep (A), Julia Landsiedel (A),
Nicolas Le Moigne (CH), Daniel Posta (CZ) and vandasye (A).
The Vi enna Desi gn week opens on Thursday 30
September at 19:00 in the resplendent halls of the
Liechtenstein Museum. During opening party will see
a presentation of the newest additions to the Wien
Products Collection, including enterprises like the Wie-
ner Silber Manufactur, the Wiener Porzellanmanufaktur
Augarten and Vienna Bag. This year the partnership
with the Liechtenstein Museum also has a concep-
tual basis, as the museum simultaneously opens the
“Baroque Splendour and Stainless Steel” exhibition,
where curators from Neigungsgruppe Design show-
case three famous design teams: Claesson Koivisto
Rune (SE), Makkink & Bey (NL) and Olgoj Chorchoj (CZ).
Soul ful music is provided by the 98.3 Superfly band,
and the traditional Design tombola is preceded by the
presentation of the winner of the first Austrian Rado
Young Design Prize.
Design week opening
While many of these events take place in venues throughout
the city, the geographical focal point of this year’s festival
i s Vi enna’s 17th di stri ct of Hernal s. I n cooperati on
with the district administration, the festival’s curators,
Neigungsgruppe Design, created the pilot project Lebendige
Straßen (“living streets”), developed to explore alternative
uses for publ i c space. The tri angl e of El terl ei npl atz,
Jörgerstrasse and Hernalser Hauptstrasse (U6:Alser Straße),
will function as this year’s “Design-Hot Spot,” featuring
the work of Milanese group esterni and architect Thomas
Schiefer, as well as other experimental product, furniture and
industrial designers. Swedish design will be among the many
topics of discussion (yes, that means IKEA will be there!), and
a broad offering of guided tours provide plenty of opportunity
to explore the festival to its fullest. Printed Vienna Design
Week guides with a complete event schedule are available
throughout the city from September 1st, 2010, or online at
viennadesignweek.at
The Vienna Design Week Laboratory at the Kunsthalle Wien,
Museumsplatz 1, will serve as the headquarters and meeting
point for all festival visitors from 1-10 October 2010.
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, Schönbrunn
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
world’s 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 Großer 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, Bösendorferstr. 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 d’s 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 structure’s seven venues, and hosts
the tradi ti onal Vi enna New Year’s Concert, tel evi sed to
an esti mated audi ence of 50 mi l l i on peopl e worl dwi de.
You’l 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 world’s
classical music capital, Vienna’s 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 you’re 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.
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VIENNA, CITY OF MUSIC
Classical music concerts at Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery
Te daily Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts are an integral part of Vienna‘s
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
palace‘s guides, afer the palace‘s 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 Café-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 Café-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 Schönbrunn, 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.
A handy box office in a hut by the Wiener Staatsoper
selling tickets for all kinds of events in and outside
Vienna: opera, theatre shows, concerts, festivals, 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
Vienna has always been synonymous with music for centu-
ries. 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 Schönberg, 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 hundred 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 erstätte 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 Vienna’s 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 a’s musi cal geni us,
housed in the last remaining of Mozart’s 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 café
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
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VIENNA DISTRICTS
visit: www.kosovo-young.com
Can’t find that strange word in your German dictionary?
Get closer to the Viennese by speaking to them in their
own lingo.
Baba see you
Badewaschl lifeguard
Beisl local pub that serves food
Bierschtln to drink
Bock shoes
Fetzn to have a buzz
Frucht a football
Habara friend
Habschi boyfriend
Herr Ober waiter
Kiberer policeman
Krügerl large beer
Leiwand awesome
Mahlzeit have a nice meal
Prost! cheers
Seidl small beer
Serwas hello
Tschick cigarette
Ur-Leiwand very awesome
Weißer Spritzer white wine with sparkling water
Wuchtl joke
Zeche check/bill
16er Blech a can of Ottakringer beer
Viennese for Beginners
Vienna is truly the most international city in Austria, if not in
all of Central Europe, hosting the regional headquarters of
many international enterprises, the UN, OSCE and OPEC. In
the central districts you will have no problem communicating
in English. Vienna has 23 districts, with the 1st being the
city centre, N°2-9 wrapped around it and surrounded by
the Gürtel highway. Districts 10-23 are mainly residential
areas. Every district is attractive in its own way and equally
important, generally safe for tourists.
1. City centre
The city centre literally refers to the very heart of Vienna. In
the mid-19th century Vienna’s 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, the Vienna city hall, the Burgtheater, the university,
the Vienna stock exchange and numerous prestigious build-
ings line this splendid boulevard. Most 5-star hotels as well
as major sights are located here. Tourists will spend most
of their time in this area, with everything more or less within
walking distance. While Kärnterstrasse and Graben are the
two major shopping streets in the city centre, Stephansplatz
with St. Stephens cathedral is the very centre of Vienna.
2. Prater
The city’s largest park stretches from the Praterstern metro
and train station towards the Ernst Happel stadium. Next to
Praterstern is the Wurstelprater amusement park. Some
say it’s better to avoid this area after dark. Leopoldstadt
in Vienna’s 2nd district used to be the Jewish part of town.
Today the jewish community is again growing and you will find
kosher bakeries and a number of synagogues.
4, 5, 6. Naschmarkt
This is currently Vienna’s 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 Vienna’s central
Naschmarkt, selling all sorts of food and with amazing
restaurants and cosy cafés 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
Mariahilferstrasse is known as Central and Eastern Europe’s
most important shopping street. Since the fall of the Iron
Curtain, hundreds of buses bring shoppers from Hungary,
Czech Republic and Slovakia to Vienna’s top shopping street
to get their Christmas presents. A lot of interesting stores,
nice restaurants and relaxed bars are found strolling around
the side streets.
7, 8, 9. Gürtel area
Gürtel is the name of the highway ring that encircles Vienna’s
central districts 1-9. In the zone between Westbahnhof station
and the Danube canal, the red-light district has developed into
Vienna’s hottest nightlife spot with dozens of clubs and bars, one
after the other. Go and find a bar that fits your taste!
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Many of the big, traditional hotels are located near the
Ringstrasse, which circles Vienna’s 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
Beta Art Hotel Sechshauserstr. 83, MSchönbrunn,
tel. 892 13 87, art@beta-hotel.com, www.beta-hotel.
com. The Beta Art Hotel is a newly opened design hotel in
Vienna’s 15th district, within walking distance of Schönbrunn
Palace and near Vienna Westbahnhof station. The hotel’s
façade 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.Q43 rooms (singles €69-95, doubles €78-
120). TAGKW
Hilton C-2, Stadtpark 1, MLandstraße, tel. 71 70
00, info.vienna@hilton.com, www.hilton.at. Situated
ri ght outsi de the ai rport trai n termi nus, the Hi l ton i s
very convenient for business travellers. The rooms are
good and the staf f is prompt and courteous, maki ng
this four-star hotel a nice place to stay. It also hosts a
very fancy nightclub, The Box, and a bar. Q 610 rooms
(si ngl es/doubl es €179-229, 31 sui tes €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 Parkring’s 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.
Hotel am Stephansplatz B-2, Stephansplatz 9,
MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 53 40 50, office@hotelam-
stephansplatz.at, www.hotelamstephansplatz.at. It’s
impossible to get any closer to the heart of Vienna - it beats
right outside the wondows here on Stephansplatz. With St.
Stephen’s Cathedral just 56 steps from the front door and
the city’s 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.
Imperial C-2, Kärntner Ring 16, MKarlsplatz, tel. 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 presidential
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. It’s also one of the most beautiful buildings
on the Ringstrasse, and at night is enhanced by its facade
lighting.Q 138 rooms (doubles €359-477, suites 400-
5,000). PYJHARGBKW hhhhh
Intercontinental C-3, Johannesg. 28, MStadtpark,
tel . 71 12 20, vi enna@i hg.com, www.vi enna.
intercontinental.com. Thi s l arge 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 Méridien A-3, Opernring 13, MKarlsplatz, tel.
58 89 00, www.starwoodhotels.com/lemeridien. The
modern majesty of Le Meridien’s restaurant is reason enough
to rendezvous here. The hotel appeals to all your senses, the
modern, colourful décor 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.Q334 rooms (singles/doubles €189-409,
suites €489-1199). PJARUFGBKDXW
Marriott C-2, Parkring 12a, MStubentor, tel. 51
51 80, www.marriott.com. One of the nicest Marriotts
we’ve 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 323 rooms (singles/doubles €199-278, 34
suites €349-990). PJHARFGKXCW
Palais Coburg C-2, Coburg Bastei 4, MStubentor,
tel. 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
indulgence. Every Monday an exquisite barbeque is held in
the hotel garden. Coburg is also famous for housing the city’s
largest wine cellars. On Saturday nights, enjoy a presentation
of rare wines while listening to live jazz at the wine bar. Q 35
rooms (34 suites €670 - 2,700). PJARUGBKW
Roomz Vienna Paragonstrasse 1, MGasometer, tel.
+43 1 743 17 77, www.roomz-vienna.com, welcome@
roomz-vienna.com, www.roomz-vienna.com. Next to the
landmark Gasometer complex with it’s 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, single €70-140, double €80-170.
Sacher B-3, Philharmonikerstr. 4, MKarlsplatz, tel.
51 45 60, wien@sacher.com, www.sacher.com. The
famous Hotel Sacher was first opened in 1876 by Eduard
Sacher. Since 1934 the Gürtler family has owned it, working
hard to preserve the tradition and elegance. The hotel is
widely known for providing 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
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
stone’s throw from Vienna’s main sights. With more than
three hundred years of history, the Stefanie fits seamlessly
into Vienna’s rich traditions, yet spacked with modern com-
forts. Most rooms overlook a calm inner courtyard. Q 120
rooms; singles: €106; doubles: €161-181.
The Ring B-3, Kärtner Ring 8, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43
1 221 22, hrw-reception@jjwhotels.com, www.ther-
inghotel.com. One of the most fashionable design hotels
in Vienna, the Ring offers exceptional comfort and casual
luxury in every detail. Check in at the state-of-the-art recep-
tion 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; prices €180-290.
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
Imperial
Marriott
Stefanie
Together with In Your Pocket,
the city’s hotel concierges
are i mportant sources of
i nformati on for travel l ers.
Recognised by the gol den
crossed keys on the lapels
of their jackets, good con-
cierges will be able to give
you restaurant and sightsee-
ing tips, and can book event
tickets for you. In this issue,
we speak to Mr. Christian
Paral, President of Les Clefs
d'Or Austria and concierge of
the Hotel Am Stephansplatz in Vienna. “Being a concierge
is not only my profession – it's my passion.”
This makes our hotel special... We're always pre-
pared for the individual wishes and needs of the guests,
whether it's the service or our offers, we offer harmony
down to the smallest detail. And of course, we are Vi-
enna’s most central hotel.
Fulfilling guests' unusual requests... is the salt in our
daily soup. I was recently surprised by what’s possible if
you just ask for it. When the ash cloud was hanging over
Europe earlier this year, I called for a taxi to Rome in Italy
for one of my guests, and the answer was, “of course,
the taxi will arrive in five minutes!“
Special restaurants I recommend... the Stadtgasthof
Eisvogel in the Prater park is one of the finest restaurants
in Vienna, combining traditional Austrian cuisine with
international cuisine. Just before dinner you can enjoy one
of the best views of Vienna during a ride on the oldest
Ferris wheel in the world, just across from the restaurant.
Special sights I recommend... The Liechtenstein Mu-
seum on Fürstenstraße is close to the city centre but has
the flair of a country castle. It houses one of the finest
art collections in town as well as a charming Baroque
garden and a very good restaurant called Rubens. Every
Sunday, you can combine your museum visit with a clas-
sical concert and lunch at the restaurant.
In Your Pocket... is all you need in your pocket. For
all other questions, ask your concierge, we're happy
to assist you!
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 d’Or
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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 café 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 cafés provide small food dishes
like sausages as well as desserts, cakes and tarts, like
Apfelstrudel and Linzer torte. In many classic cafés piano
music is played in the evenings and social events like liter-
ary readings are held.
Café Central A-2, Herreng. 17, MHerrengasse, tel.
533 37 64 26, www.palaisevents.at. Originally opened
in 1860, Café Central boasts a number of famous regulars
over the years, including Leo Trotsky, Adolf Loos, Vladimir
Lenin and Sigmund Freud. The café, restored in 1986, is
reminiscent of both the intellectuals who frequented the
café and the imperial grandeur of Austria. Café 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 you’ve 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.
Café Drechsler H-4, Linke Wienzeile 22, MKetten-
brückengasse, tel. 581 20 44, www.cafedrechsler.
at. The crisp, clean interior of this café is beguiling; with its
danceable beats and hip staff, Café Drechsler is one of the
coolest cafés in town. It is also the café with the longest
opening hours, only closing for an hour in the middle of the
night to clean. With the exception of Monday, Café 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.
Café Prückel C-2, Stubenring 24, MStubentor,
tel. 512 61 15, www.prueckel.at. An exempl ary, U-
shaped Ri ngstrasse café i n stunni ng Jugendsti l desi gn
that pampers i ts guests wi th a rel axed envi ronment.
I t’s fl awl essl y desi gned to l et you si nk i nto a book or
have an i nti mate conversati on wi th fri ends. The café
al so organi ses a bevy of concerts, readi ngs and other
events i n other secti ons of the U, ensuri ng that i ts cl i -
entel e al ways has suf fi ci ent sti mul ati ng entertai nment
whi l e si mul taneousl y mai ntai ni ng the chi l l atmosphere
for i ts more i ntrover ted guests. I n the summer, you
can si t outsi de, bask i n the sun and enj oy the vi ew
of the l ush Stadtpark ri ght across the street. QOpen
08:30 - 22:00.
Café Sperl H-3, Gumpendorferstr. 11, MMuseums-
quartier, tel. 586 41 58, www.cafesperl.at. Café 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 Café Sperl apart from other coffeehouses,
and the cakes are to die for. The café also has an extensive
international newspaper selection. QOpen 07:00 - 23:00,
Sun 11:00 - 20:00.
Café  Hawelka B-2, Dorotheergasse 6, MStephans-
platz, tel. 512 82 30, www.hawelka.at. This is a real
legend. Multiple books and hundreds of articles have been
written about this classic café 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.
Café Central
Café Sperl © Österreich Werbung/Bartl
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2 % of Vi enna’s l and i s used to grow wi ne. What
makes thi s excepti onal i s that Vi enna i s the onl y
European capi tal ci ty that is producing i ts own wine.
You can try many of these wines at Heuri gen res-
taurants, whi ch are seasonal places that of fer fresh
wine mostl y from their own fiel ds. Tradi tionall y these
places woul d onl y of fer col d cuts wi th the wine, but
today most Heuri gen restaurants also serve warm
food. The best known Heuri gen taverns are l ocated
in Grinzing, a village in the hills l ocated on the north
si de of the ci ty.
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
city’s borders, which make Vienna the capital of wine.
The vineyards are shaping the landscape while many
people use the region for recreation.
Wiener Heurigen
An old tradition is reborn - just like in the ‘good old days’
when the cog railways would bring the Viennese and
their visitors up to the hills of the city. Today the Vienna
Heurigen Express brings passengers to the largest and
most beautiful vineyards located within the borders of
a city. While sitting comfortably, you can experience
an entertaining narrative through a mystical part of
Vienna: the romantic Viennese Woods, picturesque
views over looking the City of Vienna, elegant villas of
famous people, and through some of the best known
wine producing villages.
The Vienna Heurigen Express
We recommend taking the Vienna Heurigen Express
for a memorable adventure to Vienna’s wine region.
Along the ride, you can observe this beautiful area with
its traditional Heurigen restaurants comfortably. So enjoy
the great atmosphere along with the amazing views of
Vienna while getting dropped off in front of the city’s most
recommendable Heurigen.
Take Tram D from the City Centre (MKarlsplatz or
MSchottentor) to Nussdorf. There switch to the Vienna
Heurigen Express.
To get back to the city centre take Tram 38 directly from
Grinzing to the centre (MSchottentor).
How to get there
The legendary Vienna Heurigen Express
Heuriger Reinprecht Cobenzlgasse 22, tel. 32
01 47 10, www.heuriger-reinprecht.at. I f you want
to experience a true Viennese wine cellar surrounded by
the very vineyards that provide the wine you’re drinking,
and i f you don’t 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
i ts spacious wooden rooms, packed wi th pictures and
trinkets, make you feel as i f you have stepped back in
time. Take tram N°38 from Heiligenstadt metro station.
QOpen 15:30 - 24:00.
Heuriger Maly Sandgasse 8, tel. 320 13 84, www.
heurigermaly.at. Run by the same fami l y for three
generations, Heuri ger Mal y is l ocated at the beginning
of a string of Heuri gen restaurants in the Grinzing area.
Most places of fer tradi tional Austrian food, but Mal y’s
sense of familial tradi tion, excell ent food, and tradi tional
Heurigen music make it a stand-out favourite. The owners
make the wine in si tu, and their tradi tional wine per fectl y
compli ments thei r tradi ti onal culi nary creati ons. Take
bus N°38A from Heili genstadt metro stati on. QOpen
16:00 - 24:00.
Café Kahlenberg Am Kahlenberg 2, tel. 328 15 00,
www.kahlenberg-wien.at. The real attraction here is the
café’s location on Kahlenberg mountain, and the nearby
hiking paths. I f you go up by bus or the Vienna Heurigen
Express to enjoy the breathtaking views of Vienna or to
breathe in the fresh air in the Wienerwald, then definitely
grab a bite at the café and enjoy the view from its terrace.
Take bus N°38A from Heiligenstadt metro station. QOpen
11:00 - 23:00.
Feuerwehr Wagner Grinzingerstr. 53, tel. 320
24 42, www.feuerwehrwagner.at. Si nce 1683 this
Heuri ger has been serving homemade wines and tra-
di tional Austrian food to anyone who wanders up into
the beauti ful Grinzinger area in Vi enna’s 19th distri ct.
The Heuri ger is surrounded by vineyards. In the winter,
the til ed stoves provi de solace from the fri gi d weather.
I f you are interested, you can even take a tour of their
wine cellar, but you’ll need to make a reservation before-
hand. Take bus N°38A from Heili genstadt metro station.
QOpen 16:00 - 24:00.
If you order just a coffee in Vienna, don’t be surprised
when the waiter continues to stare at you... he’s 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 café 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
Einspänner Double espresso with whipped cream
Mocha 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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Vienna’s cosmopolitan character is reflected by a great
range of fine international restaurants. No matter if you
are looking for an exclusiv restaurant in the first district or
you want to stop by at one of the authentic Asian eateries
- 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
pastries, 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, fol-
lowed by strong Bohemian and Hungarian influences in
the 19th century, creating a local cuisine both unique
and delicious.
Der Kuckkuck B- 2, Hi mmel pf or t gasse 15,
MStephansplatz, tel. +43 1 512 84 70, www.
derkuckuck.com. The cuckoo i s a cl assi c Vi ennese
restaurant housed i n a bui l di ng dati ng back to the
mi ddl e ages, whose beauti ful 17th centur y baroque
façade and renai ssance por tal i nvi te guests to enj oy
Austri an speci al i ti es under graceful 16t h centur y
vaul ted cei l i ngs. The di shes are al l made from l ocal
seasonal products, so you have a reason to come back
agai n. Check out the wi ne l i st: i t i s heavy i n Austri an,
Hungari an and Sl oveni an wi nes and we hi ghl y recom-
mend tr yi ng a bottl e or two. QOpen 18: 00 - 24: 00.
Cl osed Sat, Sun.
Figlmüller B-2, Wollzeile 5, MStephansplatz, tel. +43
1 512 61 77, wollzeile@figlmueller.at, www.figlmueller.
at. The history of Vienna’s most famous schnitzel began
in 1905, when Johannes Figlmüller founded a small tavern
behind St. Stephan’s 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. Figlmüller 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 Bäckerstrasse 6. Schnitzel paradise.
Kronprinz Rudolph C-1, Taborstraße 12, MSchwe-
denplatz, tel. +43 1 211 50 423, stefanie@schick-
hotels.com, www.kronprinz-rudolph.at. Fine dining in
classic Viennese settings - the restaurant’s 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. PB
Lux G-3, Schrankgasse 4, MVolkstheater, tel. 526 94
91, www.lux-restaurant.at. Lux specialises in modern
Austrian cuisine cooked strictly with local and seasonal
products of the highest quality. The food is well prepared,
tasty and the portions are decent, and 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.
Plachutta C-2, Wollzeile 38, MStubentor, tel. 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, custom-
ary 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.
Rei nthal ers Bei sl B- 2, Dorotheergasse 2- 4,
MStephansplatz, tel. 513 12 49. Typical Austrian food
at relatibely low prices. The wait staff is friendly, though at
times stressed with all of the clientele, but don’t let that
distract you from the above average food served here.
QOpen 11:00 - 23:00.
Stadtgasthaus Ei svogel Ri esenradpl atz 5,
MPraterstern, tel. 908 11 87, www.stadtgasthaus-
eisvogel.at. The classy Eisvogel restaurant is located at the
entrance to Vienna’s amusement park and next to the city’s
famous Riesenrad Ferris wheel. With a long history of serving
high-quality Viennese cuisine to discerning locals, it now
also caters to cheese connoisseurs - Vienna’s most famous
cheese sommelier is ready to offer you perfect pairings sure
to please your palate. QOpen 11:30 - 24:00. AB
Trzesniewski B-2, Dorotheergasse 1, MStephans-
platz, tel. 493 13 32, www.trzesniewski.at. For a quick
snack in the city centre, a visit to this house of long lasting
tradition is a must. The Tresniewski buffet offers little
sandwiches with various toppings and egg-based spreads.
From herring-onion to cucumber-egg, hearty meat or light
vegetarian, spicy or mild, there is an open-faced sandwich
for every taste, all priced at €1 each. 18 of these spreads
have been on their menu since 1902, and several have been
added more recently. The most popular is supposedly ham
with egg, but you’ll have to try them all to find your favourite.
QOpen 08:30 - 19:00, Sat 09:00 - 17:00. Closed Sun.
For all its success – or maybe because of it – the
Trześniewski concept could not be simpler. The small
open black bread sandwiches with different toppings
provide plenty of scope for experimentation. Normally,
it takes two to four bites to eat a sandwich. But that
wasn’t always the case: the present form is a result of
the economic crisis of the 1920s, when the Polish im-
migrant Franciszek Trześniewski, who had founded the
company in 1902, divided the sandwiches, hitherto of
normal size, into smaller portions. Since then, this has
permitted people to try out a wider selection of spreads.
In fact, if they went back a hundred years, customers
would find that the concept hasn’t changed much. In
1902 there were already eighteen di fferent spreads
ranging from popular classics like bacon and egg to
chicken liver or tomato. Treszniewski’s main branch in
Dorotheergasse, just off Stephansplatz, was designed
in the style of the great Viennese architect Adolf Loos.
Trzesniewski
When it comes to original Viennese beer, there is only
one large brewery left. The Ottakringer Brewery is the
last independent brewery in Vienna and one of the
few in Austria that does not yet belong to Heineken.
Opened in 1837 and located in Ottakring, the 16th
district of Vienna, it is one of the most popular and
most famous beers in Austria, and of course especially
in Vienna. It doesn’t matter if you sit in a hip bar and
order an “urban Ottakringer” or a “16er Blech” at a
hot dog stand, either way you will inevitably run into
Ottakringer everywhere in Vienna. Ottakringer is a
permanent part of Vienna, with its beer culture and
beer tradition.
You should definitely join the Ottakringer Brewery
Tour to learn more about brewing this beer and how
to taste the difference between a fresh “Zwickl” and a
“Goldfassl Pils”. Reservations are required. students:
4€, adults: 6€ - beer tasting included. This is the most
refreshing recommendation in this guide, we promise!
Call 01 49100 2904 to arrange a tour with one of the
friendly English speaking guides. Meeting point is the
Ottakringer Shop (Ottakringer Straße 95, 1160 Wien)
Ottakringer Straße 95
Tel. 49100 2904
www.ottakringer.at
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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VIENNA´S MOST
FAMOUS SCHNITZEL.
www.figlmueller.at
1010 Wien, Bäckerstr. 6
Tel. 01/512 17 60
1010 Wien, Wollzeile 5
Tel. 01/512 61 77
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Steakpoint B-3, Akademiestr. 2, MKarlsplatz, tel.
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, they’ve got it, and will make
your steak exactly how you want it. The décor is reminiscent
of an upscale roadhouse restaurant. QOpen 11:00 - 24:00,
Sun 17:00 - 24:00.
T.G.I. Fridays B-3, Schubertring 13, MKarlsplatz,
tel. 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 consid-
eration just how much food is on your plate. For the ultimate
American experience, stop by for happy hour, when the
jumbo cocktails are hal f price. Sports fans will also have
their needs met here. The tempting summer special will
be lamb and beef short ribs. QOpen 17:00 - 24:00, Sat,
Sun 11:00 - 24:00.
Asian
Dots E- 4, Mariahilferstr. 103, MZieglergasse, tel.
920 99 80, www.dots-lounge.com. This experimental
sushi restaurant is located in Vienna’s 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.
LioUnge G-3, Gumpendorferstr. 29, MKettenbrück-
engasse, tel. 586 36 73, www.liounge.at. LioUnge’s
speciali ty is the Hotpot, or Chinese fondue. Choose a
soup and recei ve endl ess seafood, meats and veggi es
to toss in. The simpl e and modern décor makes this a
fun place to try something a bi t di f ferent than the usual
Chinese, at a pri ce that doesn’ t break the bank. QOpen
17:00 - 24:00.
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.
Wiener Wirtschaft A- 4, Wiedner Hauptstr. 27-29,
MTaubstummengasse, tel. +43 1 221 113 64,
wiener-wirtschaft@schick-hotels.com, www.wiener-
wirtschaft.schick-hotels.com. Charming, rustic and
genui ne, the Wi ener Wi rtschaft i s a typi cal Vi ennese
inn with good local dishes including classics like Wiener
Schnitzel or goulash, but also serving creative seasonal
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.
American
Frank’s American Bar C- 2, Laurenzerberg 2,
MSchwedenplatz, tel. +43 1 512 34 28, www.indo-
chine.at. Frank’s serves American cuisine, but more than
just burgers and steaks. The drink list also reflects the chef’s
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.
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
restaurant´s speciality is a meter of ribs, but they also have
excellent salads. QOpen 17:00 - 24:00.
T.G.I. Fridays
Wiener Wirtschaft Kronprinz Rudolph
Apfelstrudel - apple-filled pastry
Beuschel - a ragout containing veal lungs and heart
Butterschnitzel - chopped veal cutlet
Eiernockerln - egg dumplings
Frankfurter, Käsekrainer, Debreziner, Burenwurst
different kinds of sausages
Gebackene Leber - chopped liver
Germknödel - yeast dumpling
Gulasch - a hotpot similar to Hungarian pörkölt
Kaiserschmarrn - sugared pancake with stewed plums
Marillenknödel - apricot dumplings
Palatschinken - Viennese crępes
Powidl - plum
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 - a quark cheese-filled strudel
Wiener Schnitzel - breadcrumbed and fried veal cutlet
Zwiebelrostbraten - onion roast beef
Austrian Specialities
The „Kuckuck“ (cuckoo) is one of the most traditional restaurants
in the heart of Vienna. Only five minutes walking distance from
St. Stephan’s 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
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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
little-known Spanish dishes are accompanied by excellent
Austrian and Spanish wines, sparkling wines, and breath-
taking views of the city. Trust us - a romantic candlelight
dinner here can’t possibly go wrong. QOpen 12:30 - 15:00,
18:00-22:30.
Indochine 21 C-2, Stubenring 18, MStubentor, tel.
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.
Korso B-3, Mahlerstr. 2, MKarlsplatz, tel. +43 1 515
165 75, www.restaurantkorso.at. Korso, inside the Bris-
tol 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.
Procacci B-2, Goettweihergasse 2, MStephansplatz,
tel. 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 Florence.
Since 2006, Procacci has been adding to Vienna’s 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 inter-
national wines is impressive. Reservations recommended.
QOpen: Restaurant Mon-Sun 11:30 - 23:00, Bar Mon-Sun
11:30 - 01:00. Closed Sun.
Steirereck C-3, Am Heumarkt 2a, MStadtpark, tel.
713 31 68, www.steirereck.at. A fancy restaurant with
typical Austrian cuisine, Steiereck can be found surrounded
by greenery of the Stadtpark and has numerous delicious del-
icacies. 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.
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Procacci
PROCACCI
The elegant restaurant in central Vienna
Fine Italian specialities - light cuisine, full enjoyment.
1010 Wien, Göttweihergasse 2
T: +43/(0)1/512 22 11, F: +43/(0)1/512 22 11 11
www.procacci1885.it
Bar: Mon–Sun 11:30–01:00
Restaurant: Mon–Sun 11:30–23:00
Saigon H- 3, Getreidemarkt 7, MKarlsplatz, tel.
585 63 95, www.saigon.co.at. This el egant Vietnam-
ese restaurant near Karlsplatz can be a breath of fresh
air after wandering through the hecti c Naschmarkt or
taking in the Secession museum, steps away. Sai gon
features a buf fet as wel l as a l i st of set di shes, al l
served in a relaxed, green setting. QOpen 11:30 - 23:00.
Cl osed Sun.
Shanghai Tan A-3, Gumpendorferstr. 9, MMuseum-
squartier, tel. 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.
Vegetasia C- 3, Ungargasse 57, MRochusgasse,
tel. 713 83 32, www.vegetasia.at. Vegetasi a has
the honour of bei ng the fi rst vegetari an Tai wanese
restaurant i n Vi enna, and has uphel d a tradi ti on of
excel l ent di shes speci al l y prepared for the herbi vores
amongst us. The l ong, thi n room provi des an i nti mate,
rel axed atmosphere that i s worth the tri p to thi s part
of town, whi ch, admi ttedl y, i s of f the beaten path. An
added benefi t i s the non-smoki ng pol i cy, gi vi ng you the
per fect setti ng to di g i nto thi s del i ci ous food. QOpen
11:30 - 15:00; 17:30 - 23:00 .
Balkan
Beograd H- 4, Schikanedergasse 7, MKettenbrück-
engasse, tel. 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 décor 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.
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French
Le Bol B-2, Neuer Markt 14, MStephansplatz, tel.
06 99 10 30 18 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. 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.
International
JO9 B-2, Johannesgasse 9, MStephansplatz, tel. 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 scrump-
tious 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.
Italian
CapaTosta Sechshauserstr. 83, MSchönbrunn, tel.
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 Schönbrunn. QOpen 12:00
- 15:00; 19:00 - 01:00, Sat 19:00 - 02:00, Sun 19:00 - 01:00.
Da Capo B-2, Schulerstr. 18, MStephansplatz, tel.
512 44 91, www.dacapo.co.at. A stone’s 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.
Mediterranean
Ellas B-1, Judenplatz 9 -10, MSchwedenplatz, tel.
+43 1 535 15 77, tisch@ellas.at, www.ellas.at. From
breakfast to dinner, Ellas takes care of nourishing its trendy
patrons all day long. Set in an old building that seamlessly
integrates a more colourful and contemporary atmosphere,
the Mediterranean fusion dishes on the menu are very tasty
and there’s plenty of good wines to wash them down. QOpen
11:00 - 24:00. Closed Sun.
Fabios B-2, Tuchlauben 6, MStephansplatz, tel. 532
22 22, www.fabios.at. Fabios is a wonderful excuse to
hang out in the first district. With a great terrace and a cool
window design, be prepared to watch and be watched. The
menu has several options for a delicious Mediterranean
five-course meal, so you can dine with the in-crowd. QOpen
10:00 - 01:00. Closed Sun.
Pakistani
Wiener Deewan A-1, Liechtensteinstr. 10, MSchot-
tentor, tel. 925 11 85, www.deewan.at. This is assuredly
the only restaurant of its kind in Vienna. Help yourself to five
various Pakistani specialities from the buffet, eat as much as
you like and then pay as you wish. The mango lassi is worth
trying, but unlike the buffet, drinks have fixed prices. As it’s
near the university, Deewan is a favourite among students.
After your meal, relax in the chill-out section downstairs.
QOpen 11:00 - 23:00. Closed Sun.
Persian
Pars D-2, Lerchenfelderstr. 148, MThaliastrasse, tel.
405 82 45, www.pars.at. Step back in time into the rich
history of the Persian empire; Pars tempts you with a differ-
ent menu every day in a restaurant whose decoration relies
heavily on the prowess of Persian architects. The prices are
fair and the food will fill your belly and delight your taste buds.
QOpen 11:00 - 24:00. Closed Sun.
Seafood
Lobsterdock B-3, Karlsplatz 5, MKarlsplatz, tel. 505
38 39, www.lobsterdock.at. Trust us: good seafood is a
precious commodity in a country that is about as far from
the sea as you can get in Europe. If you also enjoy cracking
open a good lobster, imported from the US east coast, then
we recommend stopping by Lobsterdock to work off some
of that pent-up aggression. Lobsterdock also serves excel-
lent clams and other seafood in its decorative version of a
New England house along the sea. QOpen 16:30 - 02:00.
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Bitzinger Würstelstand B-3, Augustinerplatz 1,
MKarlsplatz, tel. 533 10 26, www.bitzinger.at.
There are countless Würstelstände (hot dog stands),
but the Bitzinger Würstelstand stands out because of
its modern design: it looks more like a fine dining es-
tablishment than a simple street vendor. Unlike others,
Bitzinger also has beer on tap and a small daily menu.
It’s 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 H- 4, Margaretenstr. 9,
MKarlsplatz, tel. 581 17 70, www.blueorange.
co.at. Attention bagel lovers: this is your spot! But if
bagels aren’t your favourite, there’s 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 & Jerry’s ice
cream. QOpen 07:30 - 22:00, Sat, Sun 09:00 - 21:00.
Fresh Soup and Salad B-1, Wipplingerstr. 1,
MSchwedenplatz, tel. 0664 857 58 71, www.
fresh.at. Delivering exactly what it says on the tin, this
modern little eatery has good soups and salads, as well
as delicious curries. Unfortunately there’s extremely
limited seating, so plan on taking your meal to go and
enjoy the nearby park at Schwedenplatz. QOpen 11:00
- 19:30, Sat 11:00 - 17:30. Closed Sun.
Maschu Maschu B-1, Rabensteig 8, MSchwe-
denplatz, tel. 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 .
Türkis G- 3, Mariahilf erstr. 31, MMuseums-
quartier. Skip the international fast food options while
shopping on Mariahil ferstrasse and head straight to
Türkis instead. Kebab stands that sell lamb rather
than chicken kebabs are not very numerous in Vienna,
but Türkis 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
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ast plains, idyllic vineyards and hilly landscape, Lake Neusiedl - a paradise for aquatic athletes
and a unique natural preserve - and mighty castles and palaces defne Austria's most easterly
province. 300 days of sun each year allow the highest quality natural products to thrive, in particular
world-renowned wines. Austria's richest mineral water resources slumber deep underground, as does
hot, healing water that supplies the cozy thermal baths and makes it a place of comfort and health.
A third of the land is a nature preserve, the best prerequisite for a holiday in accord with nature. An
approximately 2,500 km network of bicycle paths, 1,300 km of horseback riding paths, and three golf
courses ofer frst-rate sporting pleasure. Te colorful cultural scene has its roots in the rich tradition
of the Burgenland folk groups that once inspired Joseph Haydn and Franz Liszt.
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he warm Burgenland springs promise
sunshine anytime of the year. With its
thermal water, the Terme Stegersbach,
idyllically located in the south Burgenland
hill country, is efective against tension
and problems with joints. "Indulge and
enjoy" is written in large letters at the Bad
Tatzmannsdorf, a traditional health resort
in the Burgendland-Terme. Tose looking
for repose will fnd a paradise in the midst
of the highly mineralized healing thermal
waters and in the "SPANNONIA" new
Roman sauna area. Te Sonnentherme
Lutzmannsburg-Frankenau presents
itself as a veritable El Dorado for leisure
time with the family, where even the
smallest visitors get their money's worth.
"Relaxation and adventure" is the motto
of the new St. Martins Terme & Lodge
near Frauenkirchen.
Culinary freworks on Lake Neusiedl
Top regional products, young „dusty“ wine and ofers for the Pannonian Autumn
Tis year, friends of fne food and culture should not miss the
„Pannonian Autumn“ on Lake Neusiedl: 23 wine-producing
communities have already begun preparations for the delicious
time around this lake on the plains.
Year afer year, the annual „Martiniloben“ and the numerous events
that begin in the middle of September lure thousands of bons vivants
to Austria‘s most easterly province, which at this time of year is also
the country‘s warmest. In recent years, Lake Neusiedl in Burgenland
has successfully established itself as a wine & fne dining destination. Starting in the middle of September, you
can come see for yourself. Te „Pannonian Autumn“ reaches its climax on November 11th with „Martini“. Te
event is celebrated with culinary freworks and the blessing of the young „dusty“ wines.
Te Pannonian Autumn on Lake Neusiedl - more than just a lake.
Tips:
Cellar tours with wine tasting
Martini card with 6 free activities
Martini buses (free with the Martini card)
fat-rate ofers in the local establishments
HEALTH & WELLNESS - 365 Days of Sunshine
Info and booking
Neusiedler See Tourismus
T + 43 (0) 2167/8600 Fax -20
info@neusiedlersee.com
www.neusiedlersee.com
More information and brochure orders:
Burgenland Tourismus
Johann Permayer-Straße 13, 7000 Eisenstadt
Tel.: +43/2682/63384-0, Fax: +43/2682/63384-20
info@burgenland.info, www.burgenland.info
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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
Champions C-3, Parkring 12a, MStubentor, tel. 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.
Loos Bar B-2, Kärntnerstr. 10, MStephansplatz, tel.
512 32 83, www.loosbar.at. Designed by famous architect
Adolf Loos in 1908, this bar’s design is definitely in accor-
dance 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 strangers.
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.
Schikaneder H-4, Margaretenstr. 24, MKettenbrück-
engasse, tel. 585 28 67, www.schikaneder.at. This bar
is a favourite drinking hole among the intellectuals in Vienna’s
Freihausviertel, attracting a mixed crowd of students, artists
and other funky individuals. There are couches in the back,
but hang out alongside the old wooden bar for more eye
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.
Tel Aviv Beach B-1, Obere Donaustr. 61, MSchot-
tenring, www.telavivbeach.at. This summertime beach
bar was first opened in 2009 to commemorate the 100th
anniversary of the Israeli seaside city, and offers food and
drinks, films and cultural events, plus the added benefit of
sandy beaches, all in the middle of Vienna. It’s a great place
to hang out with friends and meet new people, all the while
soaking up the sun and perhaps even learning a bit about
Israeli culture. Tel Aviv Beach should open for the summer
by mid-June 2010.
Village Bar G-4, Stiegengasse 8, MKettenbrücken-
gasse, tel. 0676 384 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. Did we mention that the cocktails are
fabulous, too? QOpen 20:00 - 03:00.
Café bars
Café Berg A-1, Berggasse 8, MSchottentor, tel. 319 57
20, www.cafe-berg.at. Café Berg has been catering to the
gay, lesbian and transgender community for the past 17 years
in the same street that Sigmund Freud once lived and worked.
The café offers breakfast well into the afternoon, and the menu
changes from week to week. Several events are held here, from
fashion shows to lively parties, and if you want, you can rent
out the space to have your own bash. QOpen 10:00 - 01:00.
Café Europa F-3, Zollergasse 8, MNeubaugasse,
tel. 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 to this hip, modern café. Upbeat yet relaxed
music adds to the café’s ambience and the young clientele
will help point you in the right direction when you are ready
to move on. Occasionally, the café hosts parties in the back
half of the property, making your transition to the party scene
that much easier. QOpen 09:00 - 05:00.
Café Leopold G-3, Museumsplatz 1, MVolkstheater,
tel. 523 67 32, www.cafe-leopold.at. Located in the
same building as the Leopold Museum, this trendy café 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 café transforms at night, with DJs cranking
out funky electronic beats. Don’t miss Thursday nights with
our all-time hero DJ Soumez. QOpen 10:00 - 02:00, Thu,
Fri, Sat 10:00 - 04:00.
Caffe Latte F-3, Neubaugasse 39, MNeubaugasse,
tel. 523 55 09, www.caffelatte.at. This is practically a
second home to many young professionals of Vienna´s 7th
district’s creative industry cluster. Young designers, models
or film directors leave their offices in the area and bring their
work or meetings to this café. We recommend the impres-
sive 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.
contact. Schikaneder also includes a small cinema showing
independent and experimental films. QOpen 18:00 - 04:00.
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.
Studio 67 F-4, Gumpendorferstr. 67, MPilgramgasse,
tel. 966 71 82, www.studio67.at. This trendy new lounge
and bar is the rising star of Vienna’s nightlife scene. Studio
67 is decorated almost exclusively in white, and the music
makes this a great place to chill. The friendly and dedicated
Scotch Club
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Clubs
Flex B-1, Augartenbrücke 1, MSchottenring, tel. 533
75 25, www.flex.at. For more then 15 years this club has
been famous for underground parties in Vienna. With one of
Europe’s 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.
Oil Club B-3, Krugerstr. 6, MKarlsplatz, www.oilclub.
at. Oil Club is relatively new on the late night scene, but it
is quickly picking up steam. The club is well known for its
friendly staff and great service. They offer a selection of over
20 kinds of vodka. Thursday nights, Oil Club hosts a poker
tournament in collaboration with a casino, giving you a chance
to put your poker face to the test. This stylish and exquisitely
furnished club attracts a rather chic crowd, so make sure
to dress up. Its state-of-the-art sound system, powered by
the club’s tenacious and often internationally known DJs,
pumps out penetrating beats all weekend. QOpen Thu
21:00 - 04:00, Fri 22:00 - 04:00, Sat 22:00 - 06:00, Sun
08:00 - 14:00.
ost klub B-3, Schwarzenbergplatz 10, MKarlsplatz,
tel. +43 1 505 62 28, www.ost-klub.at. Vienna’s 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 club’s live concerts, DJs, film screenings
and food after midnight will keep you hooked. See facebook
for the programme.
Passage A-3, Burgring 1, MMuseumsquartier, tel.
961 88 00, www.club-passage.at. Passage is definitely
more on the upscale side of things: if you aren’t dressed well,
don’t even think about going downstairs to mingle with the
crowd. The DJs are world class and you’ll 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 Vienna’s high society, book it to
Passage. QOpen Tue-Sat 22:00 - 04:00.
Prater Dome Riesenradplatz 7, MPraternstern, tel.
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.
Ra’mien H-3, Gumpendorferstr. 9, MMuseumsquart-
ier, tel. 585 47 98, www.ramien.at. Ra’mien is a great
two-in-one venue: upstairs, you can dig into delicious and
reasonably priced Asian dishes before heading downstairs
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 décor. On weekends Ra’mien
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.
www.club-passage.at
PASSAGE | First District, Burgring 3
Roxy A-3, Operngasse 24, MKarlsplatz, www.roxy-
club.at. The club definitely has its disadvantages - a narrow
passageway 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 Cl ub 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. I f all the other places are
kicking you out and you still don’t want to go to bed, this
is the place to go.
The Loft D-1, Lerchenfeldergürtel 37, MThaliastras-
se, 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. It’s 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 café, 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.
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 don’t 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 depend-
ing on event.
Pubs
1516 B-3, Krugerstr. 18, MKarlsplatz, tel. 961 15
16, www.1516brewingcompany.com. This is Vienna’s
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. It’s a great place for a hamburger and there’s 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.
Saas Club
Charlie P’s Iri sh Pub A- 1, Währi nger Str. 3,
MSchottentor, tel. 409 79 23, www.charlieps-
irishpub.at. Charlie P’s 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.
Flanigan’s B-3, Schwarzenbergstr. 1-3, MKarlsplatz,
tel. 513 73 78, www.flanagans.at. This original Irish
pub’s 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 Flanigan’s small library a great resource where you
can exchange books for free. Another important tip: the
tuna salad is delicious. QOpen 10:00 - 02:00, Fri, Sat
10:00 - 04:00.
Johnny’s Pub H-4, Schleifmühlgasse 11, MKetten-
brückengasse, tel. 587 19 21, www.johnnys-pub.at.
Johnny’s 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 Johnny’s 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.
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The first district, surrounded by the majestic imperial
buildings along the Ringstrasse, is Vienna’s historical
centre. Many of the important sights, such as the
impressive St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the gigantic Hofburg,
Vienna’s 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
Schloß Schönbrunn, or the funfair and parks of the Prater
are musts for every visitor. Using public transport to get to
these places is easy.
Main sights
Belvedere C- 4, Prinz Eugen-Str. 27, tel. 79 55 70,
www.belvedere.at. Named for the I talian 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
displayed here, along with more recent additions from the
royal Habsburg holdings. The Upper Belvedere’s maj or
attraction is undoubtedly Gustav Klimt’s 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. 587
36 66, www.hofburg.wien.info. Home to the Habsburg
monarchy for more than si x centuri es, the ten maj or
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 façade
of the Neue Burg earned worldwide notoriety in April of
1938, when Adol f Hitler spoke to a crowd of 200,000
peopl e from i ts central bal cony. Nearl y 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 hi ghl i ghts: the Schatzkammer (I mperial Treasury)
houses the crown jewels, as well as the nail supposed to
have pierced Christ’s right hand and the so-called Spear
of Destiny. I f you’re into impressive baroque interiors, the
reading room of the Nationalbibliothek (National Library) is
a highlight. For those with a fascination for sordid dynastic
fami l y hi stori es, a ti cket to the Kai serappartements
(Emperor’s Apar tments) i ncl udes the Si l berkammer
(Silver Vault) and Sisimuseum (Sisi Museum), lending an
intimate insight into the private lives of Emperor Franz
Joseph and his wi fe, Elizabeth of Bavaria (better known
locally as Sisi). The dancing white Lippizaner horses of
the Spani sche Hofrei tschul e (Spani sh Ri di ng School)
perform here, as well as the boy sopranos and altos of
the Wiener Sängerknaben (Vienna Boys’ Choir). But even
i f you don’t 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.
Museum Quar t er G- 3, Museumspl at z 1,
MMuseumsquartier, tel. 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, musi cians and students. The ten museums and
venues housed here focus on fostering the creation of art
as well as i ts appreciation, so exhibi tions, per formances
and workshops in a range of disciplines (as well as free
wirel ess internet) are of fered to the publi c year-round.
I n warm weather, the central cour t yard features a
pétanque fi el d, mi ni -racecar track, outdoor bars and
restaurants, and distincti ve bri ghtl y col oured outdoor
couch-like Enzis, so you can grab a col d beer and get
to know the l ocals. I f you’re planning on downing a few,
however, make sure you’ve got an extra €0,50 in your
pocket—the public toil ets, l ocated in the main entryway,
j ust started charging. QOpen 00:00 - 24:00. Admission
free to the courtyard.
Riesenrad Riesenradplatz 1, MPraterstern, tel. +43
1 729 54 30, info@wienerriesenrad.com, www.wie-
nerriesenrad.com. The most recognizable attraction of the
Wurstelprater is undoubtedly the iconic Riesenrad, or Ferris
wheel at the park’s entrance. Erected in 1897 to celebrate
the Golden Jubilee of Emperor Franz Joseph, it ranks among
the world’s 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 argument 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.
Hofburg
The Kiss
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 Vienna‘s 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 Vienna’s attractions.
Indulge in culinary delights
At Vienna’s 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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in·iting rcstuurunt unu culó. 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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S t e p h a n s d o m B - 2 , S t e p h a n s p l a t z ,
MSt e p h a n s p l a t z , t e l . 51 3 76 4 8, www.
stephanskirche.at. Even i f you’re i n European church
overl oad, thi s i s one cathedral you don’ t want to ski p.
Thi s l ocati on has functi oned as the rel i gi ous, cul tural
and geographi c centre of Vi enna for more than ei ght
centuri es, a hi stor y whi ch can practi cal l y be traced
through the basi l i ca’s mi sh- mash of archi tectural
st yl es. I f you can bel i eve i t, there are even more
l egends surroundi ng thi s l andmark than there are
touri sts, so taki ng a tour i s strongl y recommended,
especi al l y l at er i n t he day once t he gui ded tour
groups have passed through. QOpen 06: 00 - 22: 00.
Nave cl osed duri ng ser vi ces. Admi ssi on free. Tours
€1, 50-14, 50.
Museums
Architekturzentrum Wien G- 3, Museumsplatz
1, MMuseumsquartier, tel. 521 31 15 30, www.
azw.at. The Archi tekturzentrum Wi en, the Austri an
archi tecture museum, opened i n 1993. Si nce then i t
has functi oned as the ci ty’s centre for archi tecture
and the cul ture of bui l di ng. AZW of fers a fasci nati ng
panorama of hi ghl i ghts from the l ast 150 years of
Austrian archi tecture. Whil e the museum is presenting
the permanent exhibi tion a_show - Austrian Archi tecture
i n the20th and 21st Centuri es, several temporar y
exhi bi tions every year focus on the most exci ting facets
of modern archi tecture. Speci al attenti on i s gi ven to
archi tecture of the 20th and 21st centuri es, as wel l
as to the archi tecture of the future. Are you real l y
contemporary? Architekturzentrum is part of the Articket.
QOpen 10:00 - 19:00. Admission €7/4,50.
Kunsthi stori sches Museum (Ar t Hi stor y
Museum) A- 3, Burgring 5, MVolkstheater, tel.
52 52 40, www.khm.at. Nowhere in Vienna will you
experience a more salient account of Austrian imperial
history than i n the coll ecti on and archi tecture of this
museum. The building’s layout even echoes the geography
of the Habsburg monarchy—the i mpressi ve 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 Dürer, among
Art in the centre – a centre for art
As art and project space, the Kunstraum Niederoester-
reich is characterised by its openness to experimentation
and interdisciplinary projects. It is a space for artistic
research as well as being a place of communication for
professionals and art aficionados alike.
The official art space of Lower Austria was opened in 2005
and operates five days per week, with no admission fee.
With attractive architecture and a floor area of 300 square
metres in Palais Niederösterreich 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. With an excellent infrastructure and a flexible
spatial situation the Kunstraum Niederoesterreich is ideally
equipped for the logistics of providing a platform for art.
Programme: Entirely in-line with a broad understanding
of art, the focus at the Kunstraum Niederoesterreich is on
thematic group exhibitions, showing current and innova-
tive tendencies in contemporary art. Exhibitions of work
by artists are supplemented in successful combination
with projects from the fields of architecture, design,
literature, film and fashion.
Networking as a strategy: Intensive collaboration with
international galleries, collections and patrons of the
arts allows the Kunstraum to position artists beyond
the borders of Austria.
Living culture: Symposiums, panel discussions, talks
and lectures, film screenings and concerts accompany
the programme. In an atmosphere that is both profes-
sional and intimate, young artists are invited to hold
exchanges with their more famous colleagues as well as
mentors from the fields of art and culture, commerce and
the media. Culture is alive at the Kunstraum.
Kunstraum Niederoesterreich, Herrengasse 13,
tel. +43 1 90 42 111, www.kunstraum.net.QOpen
Tue-Fri 11:00-19:00, Sat 11:00-15:00, Sun, Mon closed.
Kunstraum Niederoesterreich
others), the west wing boasts a comprehensive overview
of important Spanish and Italian works (Titian, Raphael,
Caravaggio, Tintoretto and Velásquez, to name a few).
Egyptian, near East, Roman and Greek antiqui ties, 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 you’re 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.
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
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.
Kunsthalle B- 3, Museumsplatz 1, MKarlsplatz,
tel. 521 89 33, www.kunsthallewien.at. Don’ t l et
the Baroque façade fool you—thi s i s one of the most
vi brant contemporary art venues i n Europe. Between
i ts two mai n exhi bi ti on hal l s (l ocated i n the Museum
Quarter) and i ts Proj ect Space, the Kunsthal l e of fers
pract i cal l y ever y i nch of i t s f unct i onal area as a
l aborator y for both establ i shed and up-and- comi ng
contemporar y ar ti sts i n a wi de range of medi a. Q
Open 10:00 - 19:00, Thu 10:00-22:00. Admi ssi on Hal l
1 €8,50/7, Hal l 2 €7/5,50. Tours (Sat, Sun) i n Hal l 1
at 15:00, Hal l 2 at 16:00. Project Space, Karl spl atz,
open Tue-Sat 16: 00-24: 00, Sun, Mon 13: 00-19: 00,
admi ssi on free.
„postalternativ“, 2009 (Foto: J. Schulz)
„New Folks“, 2008 (Foto: J. Schulz)
Schloss Schönbrunn Schönbrunner Schlossstr. 47,
MSchönbrunn, tel. 811 13 239, www.schoenbrunn.
at. This magni fi cent 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 treati es, l egendary per formances, and a veri tabl e
who’s who of European history. A visit to Schönbrunn isn’t
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. I f you’re
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.
Schönbrunn Palace Bank Austria Kunstforum / Frida Kahlo
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
Follow in the footsteps of Princess 'Sissi' Elisabeth
without adopting the imperial spending habits by getting
a discount combination ticket for three Sissi-related
imperial sights. The Sissi Ticket includes Schönbrunn
Palace where you can follow the Grand Tour throuh
40 rooms with an audioguide; the Hofburg where you
admire the Imperial Apartments, the silver collection
and get to know Elisabeth better in the Sissi Museum;
and the Imperial Furniture Collection (Hofmobiliendepot,
Andreasgasse 7) which has a unique collection ranging
from Baroque via Biedermeier to Viennese Modernism
and comtemporary Austrian design – a special 'Sissi
in the movie' route shows the type of chairs that were
once graced with the imperial derriere. The ticket also
allows you to swan into each sight like royalty without
delay, leaving the peasants to queue and wait. The Sissi
ticket costs €22,50/20/13,50, can be purchased at
any of the three sights and is valid for one entry at each
venue within a year.
Sissi Ticket
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Liechtenstein Museum Fürstengasse 1, MFriedens-
brücke, tel. +43 1 31 95 76 72 52, tourist@liechten-
steinmuseum.at, www.liechtensteinmuseum.at. The
Liechtenstein Museum and the Princely Collections occupy a
position of national and international importance. Just a stroll
through the castle’s romantic park makes up for the tram ride
to get here. The wide variety of artworks of this unique family
collection comprises paintings, sculpture, furniture, porcelain
and tapestries - all wonderfully combined with the unique
architectural setting of the Liechtenstein summer palace.
QOpen 10:00 - 17:00. Closed Wed, Thu. Admission €4-10.
Museum für 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, exhibi-
tions 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 Tuesday is MAK NITE,
when the museum becomes a showcase for the latest projects of
young artists—a perfect opportunity to grab a fancy cocktail in
the stunning Österreicher bar on the museum’s 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 im-
perial collections. Many of the specimens displayed in the late
19th-century wood-panelled halls date from Austria’s ambitious
research and colonial expeditions, including the Colombian
emerald presented to Hernán Cortés by Aztec ruler Montezuma,
several stuffed extinct species, and the oldest human-carved
statuette ever found. Unless you’re a mineralogist, start on the
second floor and work your way down—the dinosaurs, animals
and special exhibitions are upstairs. QOpen 09:00 - 18:30, Wed
09:00 - 21:00. Closed Tue. Admission €10/8/5.
Sigmund Freud Museum A-1, Berggasse 19,
MSchottentor, tel. 319 15 96, www.freud-museum.at.
Located in the former practice and private apartment of the
renowned father of psychoanalysis, this museum features both
the historical perspective on Freud’s work and its application to
modern and conceptual art. Europe’s largest library dedicated
to psychoanalysis is also available for your perusal, so if you’re
a true Freud devotee, you’ll be in hog heaven. Besides seeing
Freud’s iconic couch you will find a lot of other interesting items
illustrating Freud’s life at this small but informative museum. Q
June 9:00-17:00, July-Sept. 9:00-18:00 Admission €7,50/4,50.
Vienna’s 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 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.
The Liechtenstein Museum is reached on circle line D,
and is five minutes from Schottentor to Bauernfeldplatz.
Li echtenstei n Museum - The Pri ncel y
Collections, Fürstengasse 1, tel. +43 1 31 95
76 72 52, tourist@liechtensteinmuseum.at, www.
liechtensteinmuseum.at.QOpen Fri -Tues 10:00-
17:00 (pre-booked groups daily).
Rubens, Fürstengasse 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
The Third Man Tour B-3, Karlsplatz-Esperan-
topark, MKarlsplatz, tel. + 43 1 400 030 33,
www.drittemanntour.at. Carol Reed’s The Third
Man with the chase scene through Vienna’s sewers
is one of the most famous fims every made. It is in
these very same sewers that Vienna‘s waste water
enterprise is making history of another sort. Today, the
Vienna sewers are consiered the most modern sew-
age system in Europe, which combines technological
innovation with a fascinating history. Those interested
can take a look at this mysti fied city under the city and
learn in the footsteps of the famous penicillin smuggler
Harry Lime new and old stories from the underworld.
Q Tours every hour on Thu-Sun from 10:00-21:00.
Tickets €7/5.50/3,50.
Third Man Museum H- 4, Pressgasse 25,
MKet tenbr ückengasse, tel . 586 48 72,
www.3mpc.net. Thi s hol e-i n-the-wal l 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 museum’s
col l ecti on, but the fi l m i tsel f l ends a fasci nati ng
perspective on the post-WWII period when Vienna’s
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
Sightseeing tours
City Segway Tours B-3, MKarlsplatz, tel. 729 72
34, www.segway-vienna.at. Cruise effortlessly through
Vienna’s parks and around historic buildings on a guided
Segway tour. The Segway is a sel f-balancing, personal
transportation device that is perfect for the three-hour tours,
performed in small groups. The guides share fascinating
stories about Vienna. You’ll feel like a superstar, as you
attract plenty of glances as you zip by the pedestrians. Daily
tours start at 14:00. Group meets 15 min early in front of
the state opera. Reservations required, minimum age 12.
Q Tours €70.
Pedal Power tel. 729 72 34, www.pedalpower.at.
Swing by this little shop next to the Prater and book your
Vienna bike tour. The friendly guys from Pedal Power offer
a Classic (start 09:45) as well as a Culture & Danube tour
(starts 14:15). The meeting point for both tours is in front of
the Staatsoper. Tours take place daily until 30 September
regardless of the weather, rain ponchos are supplied i f
necessary. Reservations recommended. If there are less
than three persons, you can rent bikes and get a free self-
guided tour description and map. Q Bike rental €27 per
day, tour €26.
Sightseeing Bus B- 3, Karlsplatz, MKarlsplatz,
tel. 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. There’s
a one-hour tour too. Q Tickets 24hrs €20/7, one hour €13/7.
Tourist Information Vienna
B-3, Karlsplatz, tel. 24 555, info@wien.info, www.
wien.info. The Tourist Info has helpful staff that can
offer some useful information about hotels, concerts,
events and more.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 cafés, 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 Third Man Tour
Sigmund Freud Museum
Vienna Sightseeing Tours route (more info see p. 6)
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Twin City Liner B-1, Marienbrücke, MSchwedenplatz,
tel. +43 1 588 80, www.twincityliner.com. Only 60km
separate Vienna and Bratislava, and the Twin City Liner boat
takes you between the two city centres in about 75 minutes.
Board at Schwedenplatz for a single or day trip to Slovakia -
and bring your passport. There are four departures per day.
Q Single trip weekdays from €17-28, weekend from €19-30.
Vienna Explorer Haidmangasse 8, MWestbahnhof,
tel. +43 1 89 09 682, www.viennaexplorer.com. Near
the Westbahnhof station, this small bike rental shop, ticket
office and tour operator specialises in adventure tours with
the individual in mind. Aussie owner and operator Adam
draws on years of experience and loads of local contacts to
cater to any ambition, whether it’s refining your sommelier
skills in the Wachau wine region by bike, seeing the city (on
foot, bike or Segway) with one of his local guides, or planning
a private tour. If you’re keen for an adventure off the beaten
tourist track, this is the place to do it, and at prices to fit any
budget. Q Open 08:30 - 14:00, 17:00 - 20:00.
Vienna Ring Tram In the mid-19th century Vienna’s 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 €5, 24hr ticket €9.
Vienna Walks & Talks B-1, Werdertorgasse 9/2,
MStephansplatz, tel. 774 89 01, www.viennawalks.
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
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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. There’s
a market restaurant and a private beach area on the lake
with a beach bar, with fireplaces indoors for the winter
months. Just an hour’s drive from, St. Martins is a good
place to come relax. QOpen 09:00 - 22:00. Admission
for a day €20, children €12-14; reductions for evening
and 3-hour tickets.
Holmes Place
Wipplingerstraße 30, MSchottentor, tel.
533 97 90 90, www.holmesplace.at
John Harris Fitness
Nibelungengasse 5, MKarlsplatz,
tel. 587 37 10, www.johnharris.at
Manhatten
Heiligenstädter Lände 17, MSpittelau, tel.
368 73 11-0, www.manhattan.at
U4 Fitness
Schönbrunner Str. 222-228, MMeidling
Hauptstraße, 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&M’s Hairlounge
St. Martins Spa & Lodge
Hairdresser
A&M’s Hairl ounge G- 2, Bar tenstei ngasse 4,
MVolkstheater, tel. 403 96 44, www.hair-lounge.
at. A&M’s, 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
Oberlaa Kurbadstr. 14, tel. 680 09 96 00, www.
oberlaa.at. A modern spa, just 30 minutes by metro and
tram from the city 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 N°67 from Reumannplatz. QOpen
08:45 - 22:00, Sun 07:45 - 22:00.
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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, we’ve got a
few recommendations on where to start.
Shopping areas
Freihausviertel H- 4, MKettenbrückengasse. Adja-
cent to the Naschmarkt, this small pocket of storefronts,
galleries and eateries is quickly becoming one of the city’s
trendi est shopping areas. Devoted specialists of fer a
range of unique novelties, from Austrian champagne to
recycled art.
Kärtnerstrasse 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 Vienna’s first district. This is the city’s most exclusive
shopping area, where designer label devotees go as much
to see as to be seen.
Mariahilferstrasse D- 4, G-3, MZieglergasse. The
long street running between Vienna’s 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 you’ll 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/H-3/4. Derived from the German verb
“naschen,” meaning “to nibble,” Vienna’s 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 you’re looking for a shopping experience for
all five senses, this one is a must. At the market’s southwest
end, Austria’s 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.
Shops
Arnold’s F-3, Siebensterngasse 7, MNeubaugasse,
tel. +43 1 923 13 16, www.arnolds.at. Stocking the
international labels worn in Paris, London and New York,
Arnold’s modern design merges is a homage to the history
of fashion: old sewing machines and laundry dryers lend
the place a unique atmosphere. QOpen 11:00 - 19:00, Sat
10:00 - 17:00. Closed Sun.
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
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Tax-free shopping
Naschmarkt
Arnold's
F L O V i n t a g e H - 4 ,
Schl ei f mühl gasse. 15a,
MKet t enbr ückengasse,
www.vintageflo.com. INGRID
RAAB i s a t r endset t er f or
vintage-fashion and a pioneer
of the first hour, since such a
store was hi ghl y uni que not
only for Vienna but for Austria.
Reactions were accordingly. It
was the curios and the brave who
visited her store first. But soon more and more people,
especially creative woman, who wanted to escape the
uniform fashion mandate and were fascinated by this
new timeless trend to cobine fashion.
In her cosy store in the famous viennese art-district “
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 50’s and the 60’s
style of Jackie O. In the category of the 70’s and 80’s
creations of top-designers will get your heart bumping.
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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Swarowski B-2, Kärntner Straße 24, MStephans-
platz, tel. +43 1 324 00 00, swarovski.wien@swarovski.
com, www.swarovski.com. Three floors of sparkling crys-
tal jewellery, accessories, decorative objects and figurines
await at Swarovski’s ‘inspirational centre’. Besides the regu-
lar collection, there’s the stunning new product spectrum,
various artistic installations and a champagne bar. QOpen
09:00 - 20:00, Thu, Fri 09:00 - 21:00, Sat 09:00 - 18:00.
Closed Sun.
Augarten Wien Manufaktur & Shop, Schloss
Augar ten, Ober e Augar tenstr aße 1, MTa-
borstrasse, tel. +43 1 21 12 42 00, wien2@
augarten.at, www.augarten.at. Tours of to-
day’s producti on centre i n Augarten castl e i mpart
an i ndel i bl e i mpressi on of the great l ove of detai l
that goes i nto maki ng each i ndi vi dual pi ece of
porcel ai n. I n contrast to factory wares, each si ngl e
step - from mi xi ng the paste to fi ni shi ng the pi ece
– i s carri ed out by hand. Vi si tors can see the enti re
producti on process, from the raw materi al to the
fi ni shed, pai nted artefacts. Gui ded tours of about
an hour take pl ace from Monday to Fri day (except
hol i days) at 10: 00. Admi ssi on i s €12 for adul ts,
€6 for students and seni ors and €3 for chi l dren
under 10. QOpen 09:30-17: 00, Fri 09:30-13: 00,
Sat, Sun cl osed.
Augarten Tours
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 finest
Augarten porcelain is just as unique now
as it was then. Design and artistic value
reflect 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 finest
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 definitely 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
different cultures its development has been influenced 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 effectively 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 Ilieff 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 Augartenstraße 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.
For a fun and effective shopping trip, join American
expat Lucie on her rounds of Vienna's best shops and
boutiques – whether you're interested in chic fashion,
trendy young Austrian designers, jewellery or home
decor. Lucie is your personal shopping guide and fashion
advisor and can help get discounts here and there too.
Tours take around 3 hours, cost €25 per person and
need to be booked in advance.
Shopping with Lucie, tel. +43 680 214 40 74,
www.shoppingwithlucie.com.
Shopping with Lucie
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DIRECTORY
Vienna In Your Pocket vienna.inyourpocket.com
Hanusch Krankenhaus Heinrich- Collin- Str. 30,
MHütteldorgerstraße, tel. 910 21, www.hanusch-
krankenhaus.at
SMZ Ost Langobardenstr. 122, tel. 28 80 20,www.
wienkav.at
Unfallkrankenhaus Lorenz Böhler Donaueschingenstr.13,
M Dresdner Straße, tel. 33 11 00, www.auva.at
Wilhelminenspital Montleartstr. 37, MKendlerstraße,
tel. 49 15 00, www.wilhelminenspital.at
Money
The best way to get euros in Austria is to stick your debit card (with
a 4-digit PIN code) into an ATM (Bankomat in Austria). Your bank
charges you a small transfer fee and calculates the exchange rate
using the bank’s middle rate, which is usually better then the rate
that you get at the exchange offices or banks. Credit cards can
also be used in many ATMs, but may charge high commissions.
Traveller’s Cheques are outdated and practically superfluous in
Europe, but many banks and exchange offices still accept them.
Taxis
Taxi 31300 tel. 313 00, www.taxi31300.at
Taxi 40100 tel. 401 00, www.taxi40100.at
Taxi 60160 tel. 601 60, www.taxi60160.at
Telephone
Vienna’s tel ephone code is 1. When phoning between
Austrian cities, you dial 01 for Vienna followed by the number.
To call abroad, 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 (Vienna 1).
Airlines
Air Berlin 08 20 73 78 00, www.airberlin.com
Air France 502 22 24 00, www.airfrance.com
Austrian Airlines 05 17 66 10 00, www.austrian.com
British Airways 79 56 75 67, www.britishairways.com
Fly Niki 70 12 60, www.flyniki.com
Lauda Air 08 20 32 03 21, www.laudaair.com
Lufthansa 08 10 10 25 80 80, www.lufthansa.com
SAS +49 18 05 11 70 02, www.flysas.com
Swiss 810 81 08 40, www.swiss.com
Car Rental
Avis Airport Schwechat, tel. 0800 0800 87 57, www.
avis.at
Europcar Schubertring 9, tel. 866 16 33, www.
europcar.at
Hertz Kaerntner Ring 17, tel. 795 32, www.hertz.at
Sixt Am Stadtpark 1, tel. 810 97 74 24, www.sixt.at
Emergency Numbers
Fire Department 122
Police 133
Ambulance 144
Emergency doctor service 141
Emergency Pharmacist 1550
Auto Club ÖAMTC 120
Auto Club ARBÖ 123
Hospitals
AKH Währi nger Gür tel 18- 20, M Al l gemei nes
Krankenhaus, tel. 40 40 00, www.akhwien.at
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G 3
Karlsgasse I 4
Karlskirche B 3
Karlsplatz B 3
Karmelitergasse C 1
Kärntner Ring B 3
Kärntnerstaße B 3
Karolinengasse C 4
Kaunitzgasse F 4
Kellermanngasse F 2
Kenyongasse D 3
Kettenbrückengasse A 4
Kirchberggasse G 2
Kirchengasse F 3
Klagbaumgasse A 4
Kleine Mohrengasse C 1
Kleine Neugasse A 4
Kleine Sperlgasse C 1
Kolingasse A 1
Komödiengasse C 1
Königseggasse F 4
Königsklostergasse A 3
Kopernikusgasse F 4
Koppstraße D 2
Köstlergasse A 3
Krongasse A 4
Krotenthallergasse E 1
Krugerstraße B 3
Krummbaumgasse B 1
Kumpfgasse B 2
Kunsthistorisches
Museum A 3
Künstlerhaus B 3
Kupkaggasse E 1
Lagergasse C 3
Laimgrubengasse A 3
Lammgasse F 1
Landesgerichtsstraße G 1
Landhausgasse A 2
Landskrongasse B 2
Lange Gasse F 1
Lederergasse F 1
Lehargasse A 3
Lenaugasse F 1
Leopold Figl Gasse A 2
Leopoldsgasse C 1
Lerchenfelder Gürtel D 2
Lerchenfelder Straße D 2
Lerchengasse E 1
Lichtenfelsgasse G 1
Liebenberggasse C 2
Lilienbrunngasse C 1
Lindengasse E 3
Linke Wienzeile H 3
Löhrgasse D 3
Loquaiplatz F 4
Lothringerstraße C 3
Löwelstraße A 2
Luftbadgasse G 4
Magaretenstraße H 4
Magdalenenstraße F 4
Mahlerstraße B 3
MAK C 2
Makartgasse H 3
Marc Aurel Straße B 1
Margaretenstraße A 4
Maria Theresien Platz G 2
Mariahil ferstraße A 3
Maria-Theresien-Straße A 1
Mariatreugasse F 1
Märzstraße D 3
Mechitaristengasse F 2
Mentergasse E 2
Menzelgasse D 2
Metternichgasse C 4
Millergasse D 4
Mondscheingasse F 3
Mostgasse A 4
Mozartgasse B 4
Mühlgasse H 4
Museumsplatz A 3
Museumsquartier G 3
Museumsstraße G 2
Musikverein B 3
Myrthengasse E 2
Naturhistorisches Musem
A 2
Negerlegasse C 1
Nelkengasse F 4
Neubaugasse F 2
Neubaugürtel D 3
Neuer Markt B 2
Neulerchengelder Straße
D 1
Neulinggasse C 3
Neusti ftgasse D 2
Neutorgasse B 1
Nibelungengasse H 3
Obere Donaustraße B 1
Oper B 3
Opernring A 3
Oppolzergasse A 1
Otto Bauer Gasse F 4
Paniglgasse B 3
Papagenogasse H 3
Parkring C 2
Parlament A 2
Paulanergasse A 4
Pelzgasse D 4
Peregringasse A 1
Peterskirche B 2
Petersplatz I 1
Petrarcagasse A 2
Pfeilgasse E 1
Piaristengasse F 1
Plankengasse B 2
Plößlgasse B 4
Praterstraße C 1
Predigergasse C 2
Preßgasse A 4
Prinz Eugen Straße B 4
Radiokulturhaus I 4
Rahlgasse A 3
Rathaus G 1
Rathausplatz G 1
Rauhensteingasse B 2
Rechte Bahngasse C 3
Rechte Wienzeile A 3
Reichsratstraße G 1
Reisnerstraße C 3
Renngasse A 1
Rennweg C 4
Richtergasse E 3
Riemergasse B 2
Rienößlgasse H 4
Rockhgasse A 1
Rooseveltplatz A 1
Rosenbursenstraße C 2
Rotensterngasse C 1
Rotenturmstraße B 2
Rotgasse B 2
Rubensgasse A 4
Rudol fsplatz B 1
Salesianergasse C 3
Salvatorgasse B 1
Salzgries B 1
Salztorgasse B 1
Schadekgasse F 4
Schäffergasse H 4
Schallautzerstraße C 2
Schauflergasse A 2
Schaumburgergasse B 4
Schellinggasse B 3
Schenkenstraße H 1
Schikanedergasse A 3
Schillerplatz H 3
Schlei fmühlgasse A 3
Schlüsselgasse B 4
Schmalzhofgasse E 4
Schmelzgasse C 1
Schmerlingplatz G 2
Schmidgasse F 1
Schmöllergasse B 4
Schönborngasse E 1
Schönlaterngasse C 2
Schottenbastei A 1
Schottenfeldgasse E 2
Schottengasse A 1
Schottenring A 1
Schrankgasse G 2
Schubertring B 3
Schulerstraße B 2
Schwarzenbergplatz B 3
Schwarzenbergstraße B 3
Schwedenplatz C 1
Schwindgasse B 4
Seidengasse D 3
Seilergasse B 2
Seilerstätte B 2
Seitzergasse I 1
Siebensterngasse F 3
Sigmundsgasse F 3
Singerstraße B 2
Skodagasse E 1
Sonnenfelsgasse B 2
Spanische Hofreitschule A 2
Spiegelgasse B 2
Spittelberggasse G 2
St. Ulrichs Platz F 2
Stadiongasse G 1
Stadtpark C 2
Stephansdom B 2
Stephansplatz B 2
Sterngasse H 4
Sti ftgasse G 3
Strauchgasse A 2
Straußengasse A 4
Strohgasse C 3
Strozzigasse F 1
Stubenring C 2
Stuckgasse F 3
Stumpergasse E 4
Taborstraße C 1
Tandelmarktgasse C 1
Taubstummengasse B 4
Technische Universität
Wien I 4
Teinfaltstraße A 1
Thaliastraße D 1
Theater der Jugend F 3
Theater in der Josefstadt
F 1
Theobaldgasse G 3
Theresianumgasse B 4
Tiefer Graben B 1
Tigergasse E 1
Trautsongasse F 2
Treitlgasse I 3
Tuchlauben B 2
Tulpengasse F 1
Uhlplatz D 1
Ungargasse C 3
Universität A 1
Untere Donaustraße C 1
Urania C 1
Uraniastraße C 1
Volksgarten A 2
Vorlaufstraße B 1
Votivkirche A 1
Waaggasse H 4
Währinger Straße A 1
Wal fischgasse B 3
Waltergasse B 4
Webgasse E 4
Wehrgasse A 4
Weihburggasse B 2
Weintraubengasse C 1
Werdertorgasse B 1
Westbahnstraße D 3
Wiedner Hauptstraße A 4
Wiener Bundesstraße C 2
Wiener Gürtel
Bundesstraße D 3
Wiener Konzerthaus C 3
Wiener Naschmarkt A 3
Wiesingerstraße C 2
Wimbergergasse D 2
Windmühlgasse G 3
Wipplingerstraße A 1
Wohllebengasse B 4
Wollzeile C 2
Worellstraße F 4
Wurzbachstraße D 3
Zaunergasse C 3
Zeltgasse F 1
Ziegelofengasse A 4
Zieglergasse E 2
Zirkusgasse C 1
Zollergasse F 3
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INDEX
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1516 31
Architekturzentrum Wien 34
Augarten Wien 42
Bank Austria Kunstforum
35
Belvedere 32
Beograd 22
Beta Art Hotel 14
Bitzinger Würstelstand 25
Blue Orange Bagel 25
Café Berg 29
Café Central 16
Café Drechsler 16
Café Europa 29
Café  Hawelka 16
Café Kahlenberg 17
Café Leopold 29
Café Prückel 16
Café Sperl 16
Caffe Latte 29
CapaTosta 24
City Segway Tours 37
Da Capo 24
Das Schick 22
Der Kuckkuck 18
Dots 21
Ellas 25
Fabios 25
Feuerwehr Wagner 17
Figlmüller 18
Flanigan's 31
Flex 30
FLO Vintage 40
Frank's American Bar 20
Fresh Soup and Salad 25
Haus der Musik 10
Heuriger Maly 17
Heuriger Reinprecht 17
Hilton 14
Hofburg 32
Hotel am Parkring 14
Hotel am Stephansplatz 15
Champions 28
Charlie P's Irish Pub 31
Imperial 15
Indochine 21 22
Intercontinental 15
JO9 24
Johnny's Pub 31
Korso 22
Kronprinz Rudolph 18
Kunsthalle 35
Kunsthistorisches
Museum 34
Kunstraum
Niederoesterreich 35
Le Bol 24
Le Méridien 15
Liechtenstein Museum 36
LioUnge 21
Lobsterdock 25
Loos Bar 28
Lucky Chinese 21
Lux 18
Marriott 15
Maschu Maschu 25
Mozarthaus 10
Museum für angewandte
Kunst 36
Museum Quarter 32
Naturhistorisches
Museum 36
Oil Club 30
ost klub 30
Ottakringer Brewery 19
Palais Coburg 15
Pars 25
Passage 30
Pedal Power 37
Plachutta 18
Prater Dome 30
Procacci 22
Ra'mien 30
Reinthalers Beisl 18
Ribs of Vienna 20
Riesenrad 32
Roomz Vienna 15
Roxy 31
Rubens 36
Sacher 15
Saigon 22
Salut 24
Sass Club 31
Scotch Club 28
Shanghai Tan 22
Shopping with Lucie 42
Schikaneder 28
Schloss Schönbrunn 34
Sightseeing Bus 37
Sigmund Freud Museum 36
Stadtgasthaus Eisvogel 18
Steakpoint 21
Stefanie 15
Steirereck 22
Stephansdom 34
Studio 67 28
Tel Aviv Beach 29
T.G.I. Fridays 21
The Loft 31
The Ring 15
The Third Man Tour 37
Third Man Museum 37
Trzesniewski 19
Türkis 25
Twin City Liner 38
Vegetasia 22
Vienna Explorer 38
Vienna Ring tram 38
Vienna Walks & Talks 38
Village Bar 29
Volksgarten 31
Wiener Deewan 25
Wiener Wirtschaft 20
Wien-Ticket Pavillon 10
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