Jun 22, 2012

Ooooh Vienna...

Here a little travel guide from Sabrina... Thank you for sharing your hints!!


*HOTELS:
- Radisson Blu Style Hotel
http://www.radissonblu.com/stylehotel-vienna
- Steigenberger
http://www.steigenberger.com/Wien/?source=SH
- DO&CO
http://www.doco.com/deutsch/index_hotel_de.htm
- Roomz
http://www.roomz-vienna.com/



*KAFFEEHÄUSER/BRUNCH:
- Sacher
http://www.sacher.com/de-hotel-sacher-wien.htm
- Café Central
http://www.palaisevents.at/cafecentral.html
- Halle
http://ww2.diehalle.at/index.php4
- Café Oper
http://www.cafeoperwien.at/de/cafe.html
- Café Landtmann
http://www.landtmann.at/das-cafe/


*RESTAURANTS:

- Fabio's
http://www.fabios.at/
- Motto
http://www.motto.at/motto/
- Figlmüller
http://www.figlmueller.at/index.php
- Plachutta
http://www.plachutta.at/

*BARS/CLUBS:

- DO&CO Onyx Bar 
http://www.doco.com/deutsch/index_restaurants_de.htm
- Sofitel
http://www.sofitel.com/de/hotel-6599-sofitel-vienna-stephansdom/bar.shtml
- Red Room
http://www.red-room.at/
- Passage
http://www.sunshine.at/neu/index.php?l=clubshow&id=2&menu=club&act=2

*SHOPPING:

- D'Ambrosio
http://www.dambrosio-shoes.com/
- Ti sento (Seilergasse 1)
http://www.tisento-milano.com/
- Salzburger Trachten Outlet
http://www.originalsalzburger.at/home.php
- Julius Meinl
http://www.meinl.at/
- Demel
http://www.demel.at/index_flash.htm-
 Peek & Cloppenburg (an der Mariahilfer-Strasse)
http://www.peek-cloppenburg.at/fileadmin/_flash/flash_version/index_at.html

*SIGHTSEEING:

- Schönbrunn
- Prater
- Dom- Hofburg
- Div. Museen
- Museumsquartier
- Naschmarktetc. etc. (check out your travel guide!)


Having a good Hotel in the "1. Bezirk" most common sightseeing spots can be reached by foot. The Tube connections are great, a single ride costs € 1.80.


Renting a bike is cheap and easy for exploring the city center. Per credit card you can only rent 1 bike! So don't forget to bring your own credit card if you want to go for a bike tour!arte mitnehmen!
http://www.citybikewien.at/

Horse carriage rides are VERY expensive (60min/95€ - 40nub/65€) - but when the weather is nice it is absolutely worth it!!

Tickets for the Opera can be bought at the "Tageskasse" for a couple of Euros (standing area). Good seats in the boxes are available at the advance sale, but sell out very quickly! DON'T buy tickets on the streets, they're NOT official tickets of the "Staatsopera"!!!


When the weather is rainy or extra cold, a visit in one of the uncountable museums is a must! Also a visit at Schönbrunn or the Staatsopera with a conducted tour is very recommendable!

The best ice cream in Vienna you'll get at the "Schwedenplatz"!

Starbucks or Mc Donalds are an absolut NO-GO...too many local deliciousness are available and ready to indulge...

Feast through all the delicious austrian food, you won't be disappointed! But don't forget to plan your fitness programm in advance for the upcoming months...YOU'LL NEED IT! ;-)

...travel to Vienna! You'll absolutely love this historic City covered in lovely icing! 


THANK YOU Sabrina for this lovely post!
xx Linda

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