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  • Vienna
  • 22 Jul. 202423 Jul. 2024
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Experience the city of diversity from Hotel Wien, 5 hotels

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"Vienna is waiting for you", sang the American musician Billy Joel. And today Vienna is also waiting for you. Be welcomed by Austria's dreamy state capital and enjoy Vienna's unique flair as soon as you arrive. Or discover the Carinthian region from a B&B HOTEL Vienna.

Discover Vienna during a unique stay at Hotel Wien

The enchanting city on the banks of the Blue Danube is one of the oldest capitals in Europe and has always fascinated visitors from all over the world. This is not only due to the cityscape, which is characterized on the one hand by the splendor and glory of the imperial era and on the other hand by the avant-garde currents of modernity, but above all because of the wide range of offers. With a panorama of the impressive Alps, Vienna promises travelers of all ages an unforgettable stay. From culture to local gastronomy with various culinary delicacies to unique leisure activities such as the Vienna Prater, young and old get their money's worth in the multifaceted city. So get involved with Vienna, relax in a B&B HOTEL Vienna and experience one of the most fascinating cities in Europe.

Experience one of the most fascinating cities in Europe

In terms of culture in particular, Vienna has a lot to offer its visitors. Opera, music, theatre, ballet and dance are just a few of the cultural offerings that are not lacking in this city. And it is precisely this cultural and artistic heritage that has made Vienna famous beyond the country's borders. Vienna was the workplace of great composers such as Mozart, Hayden, Liszt and Strauss. And the influence of music can still be felt in Vienna today: more than 150 gala dances are celebrated in the Austrian capital every year - a tradition that goes back to the time of the Habsburgs.

But even those who do not visit Vienna for musical traditions will not be disappointed. In the old town of Vienna in particular, there are a number of sights that fascinate the numerous visitors to the cosmopolitan city year after year. With works by Vermeer, Brueghel, Velásquez and Raphael, for example, as well as an extensive collection of Egyptian artefacts, the Kunsthistorisches Museum invites you on an impressive, if tranquil, journey through the world of art. Meanwhile, the works of art by the main protagonist of the Vienna Secession, Gustav Klimt, can be admired in the Belvedere. The central location of the Albertina is also attractive. This is another gallery that is undoubtedly worth a visit for its fine collection and large temporary exhibitions. In the meantime, direct bookers can book tickets and one or the other package conveniently online in the shop by providing their personal data. Or you can get personal advice at the B&B HOTEL Vienna.

Vienna's highlights within reach

And then? Take advantage of the free parking and leave your car once. With public transport such as bus and train, you can easily reach numerous highlights of the city around the clock. For example, it is only a short hop to the Vienna Hofburg. In this impressive location you will get an insight into the . Private rooms of Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Sissi. And not far from here is the hall where the Vienna Boys' Choir performs. In addition, Vienna is also attracted by the Spanish Riding School, whose performances not only enchant horse lovers. Alternatively, you can also explore Austria's beautiful state capital in a classic horse-drawn carriage and explore Vienna from its most beautiful side.

Finally, Schönbrunn Palace and the Gloriette, which is part of the palace complex, are emblematic of the Viennese cityscape. As is St. Stephen's Cathedral, which is considered the pride of local Gothic architecture. The impressive church on Vienna's Stephansplatz is both the spiritual and the geographical center of the metropolis. Don't miss a visit to the beautiful church. And admire the impressive architecture and the beautiful roof of the cathedral, parts of which were already built in 1137. After a visit to St. Stephen's Cathedral, there are numerous bars in the city center where you can review your visit to Vienna in a relaxed atmosphere.

There are a number of sights in the Old Town of Vienna. The Kunsthistorisches Museum takes its visitors on an impressive journey through the world of art with works by Vermeer, Brueghel, Velásquez and Raphael, as well as an extensive collection of Egyptian artifacts. In the Belvedere the works of art of the main protagonist of the Vienna Secession, Gustav Klimt, can be admired. The Albertina is another gallery that deserves a visit with its beautiful collection and large temporary exhibitions. From here it is only a stone’s throw to the Vienna Hofburg. Here you get an insight into the private apartments of Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Sissi. Not far from here is the hall where the Vienna Boys’ Choir performs as well as the Spanish Riding School, whose performances not only enchant horses. The Schönbrunn Palace and the Gloriette, which belong to the palace complex, are considered emblematic for the Viennese cityscape. While St. Stephen’s Cathedral is the pride of local Gothic architecture.

Sights in Vienna

The Schloss Belvedere

The Vienna Belvedere Palace is a palace complex built by Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt between 1714 and 1723 for Prince Eugene of Savoy. The Upper Belvedere and the Lower Belvedere together with the connecting gardens form a baroque ensemble. The gardens invite you to take a walk. 

Prinz Eugen-Straße 27
1030 Wien, Austria


As the capital of an old empire, the range of good restaurants in Vienna is wide and varied. Viennese Schnitzel, Kaiserschmarrn and Sachertorte are world-famous. You should have tried these Viennese specialties in any case. In the city center you will find many cafes that understand Viennese fine bakery art. Do you have an appetite for something else? From Arabic kebabs to Japanese sushi, Argentinean barbecues to American fast food venues, there is something for every taste and mood in the city. The largest selection can be found in the surroundings of Kärntner Straße.

Kärntner Straße
1010 Wien, Austria

Vienna City Centre

Many of the sights of Vienna are located in or around the ring, such as the best museums, the Hofburg and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Within the ring, these tourist attractions are within walking distance.
To get there or to reach more distant destinations such as Schönbrunn Palace, use the excellent public transport network with metro, trams, buses and trains. Tickets for one trip (2 €), one day (6,70 €), 48 hours (11,70 €), 72 hours (14,50 €) and one week (15 €, valid from Monday to Sunday) are available in kiosks and tobacconists or at vending machines at train stations.
An interesting alternative is the Vienna City Card, which gives you a discount for the price of 29 € 72 hours of unrestricted transport and 210 attractions, cafés and restaurants. The card is available in hotels and tourist information centers.
The Fiaker, two-horse cabs, are an integral part of the cityscape and a very special way to explore Vienna. A 30-minute carriage ride costs about 50 €.

Favoritenstraße 51
1100 Wien, Austria


In Vienna, living well and happily. It is not for nothing that the Mercer study named the city the most liveable city in the world for the tenth time. You can feel this savoir vivre here in every corner: in the beautiful parks, on the Danube Island and at the Heuriger. Here you can relax from the hustle and bustle of the city, enjoy a leisurely stroll through the city and get in touch with the locals.
Families and adrenaline junkies flock to the Prater. The hours fly by in the amusement park. The ride on the Viennese Ferris Wheel should not be missed. The view over the rooftops of Vienna is breathtakingly beautiful.

1020 Wien, Austria