Vienna with the OBB

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To describe Vienna in a single eBook is simply impossible. For this reason I have tried to present the city with lots of photographs and create an overview of exciting places and locations to visit on your next trip to this great city.
Almost every street corner in Vienna has some connection to a famous musician, poet, politician or even members of the imperial family. I am inviting you to come on a colourful walk through the most liveable city in the world. Vienna won first place in the renowned city contest for the seventh time in a row in 2016.
Vienna can be reached from many European Cities on direct route by train. Especially the night train connections are very comfortable and travellers arrive in the city of Music whilst asleep.

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1. WELCOME

2. GETTING THERE

3. THE CITY

4. SIGHTS

5. RINGSTRASSE

6. MUSIC & THEATER

7. CHURCHES

8. MUSEUMS

9. HOTELS

10. SHOPPING

11. PUBLIC TRANSPORT

12. ÖBB NIGHTJET - TAKE A LOOK

13. TICKETS AND SERVICE

14. IMPRESSUM

WELCOME


GETTING THERE

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ASLEEP TO VIENNA

The ÖBB Nightjet brings travelers to Vienna safely, comfortably and, above all, completely stress-free. Regardless of whether it

is a business or vacation trip, it is not only more convenient to travel by train, it is also much more environmentally friendly.

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THE CITY

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HISTORY

Traces indicate that the Vienna Basin had already

been settled in the Neolithic Age. On the

Leopoldsberg, you will find a fortification from

Celtic times and today's city centre used to be the

location of the Roman town of "Vindobona". Today,

visitors can admire the excavations from Roman

times at Hoher Markt. www.roemermuseum.at In

the year 1278, the Habsburg family started their

630-year long reign. Even today, many traces from

k&k times (imperial royal times), the time of the

Habsburg monarchy, remain.

Especially Empress Maria Theresia, Emperor Franz

Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth (Sisi) are still wellremembered

even today. Monuments and sights

remind visitors of these glamorous times.

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1. Innere Stadt

2. Leopoldstadt

3. Landstraße

4. Wieden

5. Margareten

6. Mariahilf

7. Neubau

8. Josefstadt

9. Alsergrund

10. Favoriten

11. Simmering

12. Meidling

13. Hietzing

14. Penzing

15. Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus

16. Ottakring

17. Hernals

18. Währing

19. Döbling

20. Brigittenau

21. Floridsdorf

22. Donaustadt

23. Liesing

DISTRICTS

The city of Vienna is divided into 23 individual districts.

The number of the district can be found on

the street signs.

True Viennese refer to their district simply by number,

for example "the first".

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SIGHTS

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DRITTE MANN TOUR

Several key scenes of the movie "The Third Man"

were filmed in the "Vienna Underground". The tour

shows filming locations and guides you through the

streets of Vienna to the arch of the Wienfluss river.

The canal network of the city encompasses 2,400

kilometres of canals.

Karlsplatz

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4A,59A

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DONAUKANAL

The area alongside the Danube canal is a perfect

R&R spot in the middle of the city. Numerous cafes

and even a "Badeschiff" (like a floating swimming

pool) attract many guests. The Danube canal can

be reached by underground (Station Schwedenplatz).

A tip: bring a drink and sit at the waterfront

or enjoy the many graffiti.

Schwedenplatz

1,2

2A

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BADESCHIFF

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ROSSAUER KASERNE

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AT THE DANUBE

The underground stop is at the Reichsbruecke

bridge and opens a view of the highest building of

the country: the Donauturm (Danube Tower) and

the DC Tower 1. The Donauinsel is an island, 21

kilometres long, and offers fun for the whole family.

Every year, the huge festival "Donauinselfest" takes

place here.

Donauinsel

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MILLENNIUM TOWER

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“NO TITLE” - BRUNO GIRONCOLI

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DC-TOWER & TECH GATE

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GRABEN

The original construction work that resulted in what

today is known as the Graben were financed with

the ransom collected for the English King Richard

the Lionheart. Today, the Graben is a posh boulevard,

where seeing and being seen is very important.

Shops and cafes are found alongside the

street.

Stephansplatz

1A, 2A

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STOCK-IM-EISEN-PLATZ

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PESTSÄULE

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HAAS HAUS

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SCHMETTERLINGHAUS

The Burggarten park is the home of many colorful

butterflies. With waterfalls and ponds, the proprietors

tried to reconstruct a tropical rain forest,

which serves as a habitat for numerous exotic animals.

Besides the butterflies, which fly around

freely in the building, visitors can also see animals

hatch.

1, 2, D, 71 Burgring 57A

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SCHÖNBRUNN

This was Empress Sisi's abode during the summer

months. The castle has 1,441 rooms. The Hall of

Mirrors was the location for Mozart's performance

when he was only six years old. The Grand Galerie

hosted the Vienna Congress in 1814 and 1815.

And the ample site also houses the Gloriette and

the Palm House.

Schönbrunn

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10A

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PALMENHAUS

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GLORIETTE

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HERKULESBRUNNEN

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RÖMISCHE RUINE

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OBELISK BRUNNEN

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TIERGARTEN SCHÖNBRUNN

Maria Theresia's husband, Emperor Franz I

Stephan von Lothringen, presented the Menagerie

in Schoenbrunn Castle to his guests in 1752. The

animals seemed to enjoy Vienna, and the first

african elephant baby was born in Schoenbrunn in

1906, as well as the panda bear Fu Long, who was

also born here.

Hietzing

10,58,60

51A,56A,56B,58A

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KAISERPAVILLON

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PRATER

Emperor Joseph II opened the Prater in 1766 for

the public. The former hunting grounds of the Emperor

encompass six square kilometres. The

amusement park, in season from March to October,

is called "Wurstelprater". From Praterstern Station,

visitors can admire the giant ferris wheel, which is

open year-round.

Praterstern

O,5

5B,80A

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DONAU CITY

It is home to the UNO City and the Austria Center

Vienna. Besides modern office buildings and

apartments, the Kaiserwasser area and the Old

Danube offer optimal opportunities for rest and

recreation. The UNO City and Austria Center Vienna

are located right next to the underground station,

which is also the starting point for a walk

through the Donaupark to the Danube Tower or to

the Old Danube.

Kaisermühlen-VIC

20A,92A

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UNO CITY

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AUSTRIA CENTER VIENNA

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KAHLENBERG

The Kahlenberg hill is a popular destination. The

"Monte Glatzo", what the hill is called in Viennese

dialect, was the route on which Polish King Sobieski

and the reserve army came to the aid of occupied

Vienna in 1683. The eradication of the Ottoman

army of Kara Mustafa and the liberation of

Hungary were the result.

Heiligenstadt

38A - Kahlenberg

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RINGSTRASSE

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DR.-KARL-LUEGER-PLATZ

Karl Lueger was mayor of Vienna from 1897 to

1920. On this square is the Café Prueckel, which is

frequented predominantly by students from the

nearby University of Vienna.

The cafe is under monument protection and is

popular especially for its 1950s-style interior decorati

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Stubentor 3A, 74A 2

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STADTPARK

The Vienna Stadtpark was the first public park of

the city. Over time, more and more monuments

were erected in the park, among them the golden

Johann-Strauss-Memorial.

The gold plated bronze statue was unveiled in

1921 and is one of the most-photographed monuments

world-wide.

Stadtpark

2 Weihburggasse

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BURGGARTEN

Here is also a famous spot for taking pictures: the

Mozart Memorial. The ample park, which also

houses the Butterfly House and a cafe, leads visitors

to the museum Albertina.

During the warmer months, the wide green serves

as a recreation and relaxation space for many visitors.

1, 2, D, 71 Burgring

57A

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MOZART DENKMAL

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RATHAUS

The former master builder of the Cologne cathedral,

Friedrich von Schmidt, completed the 100-metre

building in the year 1883. The City Hall as well

as the square in front of it are both well-booked

event locations. Here is also the location for the Life

Ball. During winter, advent markets and ice skating

ranks are the highlights for visitors.

2 - Rathaus 1, D, 71 - Rathausplatz

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PARLAMENT

From 1883 to 1918, the “Reichsrat” (Imperial Council)

building hosted many representatives from

countries which were members of the council. After

the Second World War, the building hosted the National

Council and the Federal Council. The Pallas-

Athene-Fountain in front of the building was completed

in 1902 and is particularly impressive.

1, 2, D, 71 - Stadiongasse / Parlament

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VOLKSGARTEN

Across the street from the parliament is the "Rose

Garden" of Vienna. The Volksgarten park offers visitors

the opportunity to become a sponsor for a favorite

rose.

When you enter the park from the parliament, you

will see the Theseus temple, which is a smaller

replica of Athens' Theseions.

1, 2, D, 71 - Stadiongasse / Parlament

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HELDENPLATZ

The name of the square refers to the two statues of

horsemen, which stem from Anton Dominik Fernkorn.

When entering the square from the Ring,

Archduke Karl is on the left and Eugen on the right.

The Heldenplatz hosts parades and demonstrations

of the Austrian Armed Forces on October 26,

Austria's National Holiday.

1, 2, D, 71 - Burgring 57A

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MARIA-THERESIEN-PLATZ

The memorial of Empress Maria Theresia has been

on the square since 1999. To the right and left of

the memorial are the Museums of Art History and

Natural History.

Right behind the statue is the Museumsquartier

(museum quarter), which houses the Leopold Museum

amongst many others and offers a broad

gastronomical variety.

1, 2, D, 71 - Burgring 57A

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UNIVERSITÄT

The University of Vienna was founded in 1365 and

is the oldest and largest university in the Germanspeaking

world.

The university can be reached via the Schottentor

station, which is a hub for ten tramway lines, two

bus lines and one underground train line.

1,D,37,38,40,41,42,43,44,71 - Schottentor

1A,40A

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MÖLKER BASTEI

The Moelker Bastei was part of Vienna's fortification.

The memorial shows Andreas von Liebenberg,

the mayor during the second siege by the Turks.

Behind it, in the Pasqualihouse, Ludwig van Beethoven

composed some of his most influential works

from 1804 to 1815.

1,D,37,38,40,41,42,43,44,71 - Schottentor

1A,40A

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PASQUALIHAUS

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DEUTSCHMEISTERPLATZ

The square is dedicated to the memorial of Infantry

Regiment Hoch- and Deutschmeister No. 4. The

monument is in front of the Rossau Barracks.

The history of the legendary regiment “Hoch- and

Deutschmeister” dates back to the time of the Turkish

Wars in 1695. In the year 1895, it became Vienna's

home regiment.

1, 2, D, 11 - Schottenring 3A

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MUSIC & THEATER

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BURGTHEATER

1, D, 71 - Rathausplatz

Universitätsring 2

1010 Wien

+43 51 4 44-4140

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HOCH- UND DEUTSCHMEISTER

The k.&k. Vienna Regiment Orchestra IR4 - “Hochand

Deutschmeister” developed from the continuation

of the traditional Regiment Bands from imperial

times. Throughout the entire year, the popular orchestra

puts on shows and performances. Information

and dates can be found on the website:

www.regimentskapelle.at and on facebook:

www.facebook.com/ir4wien

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RAIMUND THEATER

Gumpendorfer Str.

6,18

57A

Wallgasse 18-20

1060 Wien

+43 1 58 8 85

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RONACHER

Stephansplatz

1A, 2A

Seilerstätte 9

1010 Wien

+43 1 58 8 85

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WIENER STAATSOPER

Karlsplatz

1,62

4A,59A

Opernring 2

1010 Wien

+43 1 51 4 44-2250

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VOLKSOPER

Währinger Straße 78

1090 Wien

Volksoper

40,41,42

40A

+43 1 514 44 3670

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VOLKSTHEATER

Neustiftgasse 1

1070 Wien

Volkstheater

49

48A

+43 1 52 11 10

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THEATER AN DER WIEN

Karlsplatz

1,62

4A,59A

Linke Wienzeile 6

1060 Wien

+43 1 58 8 85

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CHURCHES

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ST. ANTON KIRCHE

The largest church of the 10th district is near

Reumannplatz. The church is dedicated to Saint

Antony of Padua.

The impressive building is in the centre of Antonsplatz

square, a large green area.

Reumannplatz

67,6 (Quellenstraße)

7A,14A,65A,65B,66A,67A,68B,68A,70A

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FRANZ VON ASSISI KIRCHE

The Francis of Assisi church was modeled after the

St. Martin church in Cologne. The house of prayer

was dedicated in 1913 and is also called "Emperor

Jubilee Church" or "Mexico Church". The best view

of the church is from the Danube, which is why we

chose the corresponding underground station.

Donauinsel

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KARLSKIRCHE

When the pestilence ravaged Vienna in 1713, Emperor

Karl VI. vowed to build a church for Karl Borromaeus,

if the pestilence were averted.

On the inside, an elevator takes visitors up to the

dome to admire the frescos by Michael Rottmeyr

up close.

Karlsplatz

1,62

4A,59A

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RUPRECHTSKIRCHE

The first church of Vienna dates back to the middle

of the 4th century. However, no remnants remain

from the first Peter's Church. Thus, the Ruprecht's

Church became the oldest, still standing church of

the city. If you believe the tales, this church was

built in the year 740. Documentary evidence dates

back to the year 1200. Right next to the church was

the Salzamt ("salt department"). The so-called

"Salters" traded salt kernels (Salzgries in German,

which is the root for the Viennese term "Greissler"

for grocer). When the salt trading monopoly was

lifted, the department was inoperable. Until today,

the Viennese refer to a useless complaint as "complaining

at the Department of Salt".

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Schwedenplatz

1,2

2A


KIRCHE AM STEINHOF

The church at Baumgartner Hoehe was built by

Otto Wagner. The Church of Saint Leopold or Otto-

Wagner-Church lies on the Baumgartner Hoehe, a

centre for social medicine.

The location which is in a nice place for a relaxing

walk in one of the green zones of the City, is reachable

using busses 47A or 48A.

47A, 48A Baumgartner Höhe

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STEPHANSDOM

The "Steffl" is not only the landmark of Vienna, but

the Cathedral St. Stephen of Vienna is also the

most well-known church of Austria.

Originally, two high towers were planned, but the

north tower only made it to 68 metres, whereas the

south tower measures 136,4 metres in height.

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The Austrian-Hungarian monarchy did not allow for

a church to be higher than St. Stephen's Cathedral.

The largest church of Austria, the Cathedral of

Maria-Conception in Linz, is shorter by two metres.

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But not only the church, also the enormous bell is

popular with the Austrians. The "Pummerin" weighs

over 20 tons and traditionally rings to greet the new

year.

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VOTIVKIRCHE

In 1853, Emperor Franz Joseph I. narrowly escaped

an assassination attempt. In gratitude,

Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian, who later became

Emperor of Mexico, called for a charity collection.

The Votivchurch is the symbol for the cohabitation

of all nations of the Danube Monarchy and the most

significant neo-Gothic sacral building in the world.

1,D,37,38,40,41,42,43,44,71 - Schottentor

1A,40A

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MUSEUMS

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ALBERTINA

The name stems from the founder of the collection,

Albert Casimir Duke of Saxon-Teschen. The Albertina

is one of the most frequently visited museums

of Austria and is an important part of a visit to

Vienna, especially for those interested in art.

Karlsplatz

1,62

4A,59A

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OBERES BELVEDERE

The Upper Belvedere is of particular importance for

Austria. On May 15, 1955, Austria's Treaty was

signed in the Marble Hall. The Belvedere was the

summer residence of Prince Eugen. Today, it is an

important museum with the world's largest collection

of Gustav Klimt paintings.

D,O,18 Quartier Belvedere

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UNTERES BELVEDERE

The Lower Belvedere, the Orangerie and the

pompous Stables house exhibitions on a regular

basis. The pompous decor of the rooms is particularly

impressive. Here, visitors can experience firsthand,

how the royals of the monarchy used to live.

71 Unteres Belvedere

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HEERESGESCHICHTLICHES MUSEUM

The history of the Austrian Armed Forces from the

Thirty Years' War to the youngest history. Impressive

exhibitions with countless exhibits.

The Museum of the Armed Forces' History is

housed in the Arsenal. It is accessible via bus 69A

from the Main Station.

69A Arsenal

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KUNSTHISTORISCHES MUSEUM

When looking from the Ring to Empress Maria

Theresia, the Museum of Art History is to the left

side. When entering the museum, one is overwhelmed

by the pompous decor.

The upper level is a beautiful cafe. It is a breathtaking

museum with many highlights.

1, 2, D, 71 - Burgring 57A

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NATIONALBIBLIOTHEK

The ceremonial room of the Austrian National Library

is one of the most beautiful halls of its kind

and shows the largest baroque library of Europe.

The National Library houses more than 200,000

volumes. Visitors can also admire the Prinz Eugen

collection, which comprises more than 15,000 volumes.

1A,2A Michaelerplatz

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NATURHISTORISCHES MUSEUM

Across from the Museum of Art History is the Museum

of Natural History. An incredible 30 million

exhibits make this museum one of the most important

collections world-wide. The "tame" dinosaur is

particularly popular with young visitors. It is an animatronics

model of an Allosaurus.

1, 2, D, 71 - Burgring 57A

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PHANTASTENMUSEUM

The Palais Palffy houses the unusual Museum of

Phantastic Art. Here you will find exhibits of Ernst

Fuchs, Arnulf Rainer, Rudolf Hausner, Arik Brauer

or Curt Stenvert. Furthermore, visitors can admire

fantastic, surreal and visionary paintings of important

international artists.

1A,2A Michaelerplatz

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HOTELS

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HOTELS WITH TRADITION

The so-called Ring Street Hotels have a long-standing

tradition and many have a melodious name. In

every district, visitors will find hotels in their price

range. Tourists should make sure their accommodation

is well connected to the great public transport

network. At www.wien.info visitors can quickly

find the best hotel for their needs.

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SHOPPING

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CITY CENTRE

Even though every district has its own shopping

street, boulevards like Kärntnerstrasse, Graben or

Mariahilferstrasse are particularly attracting the

shopaholics among the visitors.

Practically all luxury brands of fashion and jewelry

try to seduce those who browse the windows.

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VIENNESE MARKETS

Markets have a high significance in Vienna.

Naschmarkt, Karmelitermarkt, Yppenplaty and

Brunnenmarkt - to name a few - allow for a typical

Viennese shopping trip. But because the Viennese

are known to be very comfortable, those markets

also provide for those who want to dine out. You

can find more information about Vienna's markets

on www.wien.info.

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SHOPPING CENTER

The shopping centres of Vienna have one thing in

common: They are easily accessible by public

transport. A small selection of shopping centres include

BahnhofCity at the Main Station and Westbahnhof,

Donau Zentrum, The Mall in Vienna Mitte,

Millenium City, Riverside, SCN and SCS.

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT

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WIENER LINIEN

Within Vienna, the public transportation provider

Wiener Linien offers a network of busses, tramways

and subway trains for quick and comfortable

transportation. Tickets for public transit can be

bought online even before your arrival, at the numerous

ticket machines or at the Wiener Linien

vending booths.

www.vor.at

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DIE WIEN-KARTE

Wiener Linien offers a network of busses, tramways

and subway trains for quick and comfortable

transportation. Tickets for public transit can be

bought online even before your arrival, at the numerous

ticket machines or at the Wiener Linien

vending booths. The Vienna-Card includes unlimited

transportation within the entire public transit

network of Austria's capital. There are two types of

www.viennacitycard.at

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cards, valid either 48 or 72 hours. Visitors can purchase the Vienna-Card in hotels, at the Tourist Information

office at Albertinaplatz, at the Main Station as well as at the airport. The Vienna-Card can also be purchased

at all Wiener Linien sales and information booths as well as through their online store. :

www.viennacitycard.at

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VIENNA RING TRAM

From the Schwedenplatz station starting, a

tramway doing a round trip on the Ring Street is

leaving in 30-minute intervals. The trip takes about

25 minutes and earphones tell visitors interesting

facts in eight languages as well as in the local dialect.

The round trip gives the opportunity to get a

first overview of the buildings and sights on the

Ring. The Vienna Ring Tram is operating daily. The

first tour leaves at 10am and the last tour at

5.30pm.

Schwedenplatz

1,2

2A

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BUSSES

Vienna's 100 bus lines get you comfortably and

safely to your destination. During the night, busses

of the "Nightline" serve the network.

Tickets for the Wiener Linien can be bought at the

vending machines in the underground stations, at

tobacconists, as well as online.

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TRAM

The first horse-drawn tramway operated in Vienna

in 1865. Over time, the Vienna tramway network

became the fifth-largest in the world.

A special connection is the "Badner Bahn", which

takes you from the Opera directly to Baden near

Vienna. In Vienna, the tramway is affectionately

called "Bim".

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UNDERGROUND

The underground network has been serving the

population since 1978. Since most underground

stations have multiple exits, which may be located

far from each other, it is advised to arrange for a

very specific meeting point (name the exact exit)

when meeting somebody at an underground station.

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SHIPS & BOATS

Schwedenplatz is the departure point for sightseeing

and line traffic on the Danube river. It is also the

docking point for the Twin City Liner, which connects

Vienna with Bratislava. Further to the West, in

Nussdorf (tramway line D) is the landing stage Vienna-Nussdorf,

where roundtrip ships and excursion

boats dock.

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CITY TRAINS

Operated by the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB),

the rapid transit trains are important means of

transport in Vienna. It is advantageous to be able to

cross long distances even beyond the city limits

without having to change trains. Tickets have to be

bought in advance at the vending machines or onlie.

No tickets are sold on trains. www.obb.at

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TAKE A LOOK

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NIGHTJET SITZWAGEN

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NIGHTJET LIEGEWAGEN

DECKENBEMALUNG

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NIGHTJET SCHLAFWAGEN

TRIPLE ABTEIL

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NIGHTJET SCHLAFWAGEN

DELUXE ABTEIL

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Fritz-Mayer-Platz 1

6900 Bregenz

Tel. +43 5574/ 93000-370

bregenz.reisebuero@pv.oebb.at

Reisezentrum Feldkirch

Bahnhofstraße 40

6800 Feldkirch

Tel. +43 5522/ 3411-300

feldkirch.reisebuero@pv.oebb.at

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GERMANY

ÖBB tickets, international tickets and reservation services are available from selected

travel agencies, tourism associations and other ÖBB partners in Germany

and abroad.

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GlobRailer e.k

Clemens-August-Straße 118

59821 Arnsberg

+49 2931 93 93 44

GBFR-Reisen OHG

Rheinstraße 29

12161 Berlin

+49 30 861 70 51

Reisebüro Döring

Bahnhofplatz 14

82481 Mittenwald

+49 8823 40 40

Bahnagentur Schöneberg

Crellestraße 7

10827 Berlin

+49 30 767 68 398

Gleisnost Reisebüro GmbH.

Bertoldstraße 44

79 098 Freiburg im Breisgau

+49 761 20 55 13-0

Bahn Service Neuburg

Bahnhofstraße 126

86633 Neuburg

+49 8431 64 00 64

Premium Bahnagentur Die Bahnfüchse

Mahlsdorferstraße 1a

12555 Berlin

+49 30 509 68 762

Premium Bahnagentur Die Bahnfüchse

Schorlemerallee 1

14195 Berlin

+49 30 509 68 762

Gleisnost Reisebüro GmbH.

Lindenmattenstraße 18

79117 Freiburg im Breisgau

+49 761 20 55 13-0

McMeyersworld

Brüderstraße 9

20355 Hamburg

+49 040 357 53 60

www.mcmeyersworld.de

Salzwedeler Bahntouristik e.K.

Bahnhofstraße 7

29410 Salzwedel

+49 3901 47 73 92

TITANIC Kopfbahnhof Inh. ATR

GmbH.

Yorckstraße 48

10965 Berlin

+49 30 236 38 310

TITANIC Reisen Inh. ATR GmbH.

Oppelner Straße 7

10997 Berlin

+49 30 611 29 797

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ITALY

ÖBB tickets, international tickets and reservation services are available from selected

travel agencies, tourism associations and other ÖBB partners in Italy and

abroad.

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www.obb-italia.com

DB-ÖBB Ticketbüro Milano

Via Napo Torriani, 29

TDB-ÖBB Ticketbüro Verona

Verona Porta Nuova

Piazza XXV Aprile

DB-ÖBB Ticketbüro Bozen

Via della Stazione, 1

ATVO Ticketbüro Venezia Mestre

Via Cappuccina 183

Ve. Mestre

Agentur 365Venezia Santa Lucia

Grandi Biglietterie s.r.l.

Venezia S.Lucia

Biglietteria Servizi Urbani Udine

Viale Europa Unita, 95

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SWITZERLAND

ÖBB tickets, international tickets and reservation services are available from selected

travel agencies, tourism associations and other ÖBB partners in Switzerland

and abroad.

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Bahnhofreisebüro Wipkingen AG

Dammstraße 54

CH-8037 Zürich

+41 44 440 47 21

www.bahnhofreisebuero.ch

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GREAT BRITAIN

ÖBB tickets, international tickets and reservation services are available from selected

travel agencies, tourism associations and other ÖBB partners in Great

Britain and abroad.

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DB Vertrieb GmbH.

Suites 6/8 The Sanctuary

23, Oakhill Grove

KT6 6DU Surbiton (London)

+44 8718 80 80 66

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IMPRESSUM

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THE TEAM

This eBook was made possible by the kind support of Vienna Tourist Board.

SOURCES

All photographs and texts by Rudolf J. Strutz, Travel information: ÖBB.

COPYRIGHT

The eBook is created under the Creative Commons License: Attribution and Noncommercial and

NoDerivatives.

© AuVi - Rudolf J. Strutz 2021

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