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Vienna’s poshest green leafy suburb is also its most romantic hotspot. Walk up Grinzinger Strasse with its many historic wine taverns. The tops of nearby Nussberg and Reisenberg hills make for great strolls through the vineyards, and the occasional discovery of a hidden winery. Popular local weekend hangouts are Neustift am Walde with even more great wine taverns, and café restaurant Cobenzl, up on Cobenzl hill – fantastic for great vistas of Vienna. The woodland around Kahlenberg has a wonderful and not too strenuous hiking path - just don't forget the insect repellent. If you have adventurous children, take them to Waldseilpark Kahlenberg (forest rope park Kahlenberg). A must-do if you want a taste of the Vienna Woods is a stop at Josefinenhütte next door with its great food, cosy interiors and wonderful outdoor space.
The Vienna woods are not hard to reach from the 19th district. There are plenty of trails to use, with some small restaurants available from time to time. It is a great outing with friends to get some fresh air and exercise. Take some water with you, especially in the summer months. You are destined to meet some very nice...
Speciality Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Jonjon's official review: “BEETHOVEN MUSEUM” (Vienna)"
reviewed 6 August 2019 by thejonpage
This is literally my first place to go after my plane touches down Vienna. I have to move this time sink to my schedule’s very beginning – by far it’s the least-central attraction of my trip, requiring a ten-minute train ride from the Mitte Station followed by a fifteen-minute walk.
Branding. The house can also be casually called a “Beethoven...
Easy to reach at the end of U4. Looked At the pictures it seems lack of design art and works just for their purpose of apartment. While when standing in front of that and then walking though the warm sunlight covered inner garden, I started to enjoy the design for real life. The structure is solid and still a lot...
There are places around Vienna that also worth visiting - plus those places offer you a totally different but great view and superb observation points of Vienna and the Danube.
So here are my thoughts about Leopoldsberg:
- not as known and not as touristy as Kahlenberg for instance, but from my perspective because is only the small citadelle and...
$$ - $$$ • Austrian, European, Central European, Gastropub
"Nice location - very good local food"
reviewed 5 weeks ago by freefireman
The restaurant "Figls" in Grinzing is quite easy to reach by public, even by car, but finding a parking space around Grinzinger-Straße is usually very tedious (also short-term parking zone) and most of the time you can only find a parking space with a little luck.
From the outside, the building does not look very large, the facade is clearly...
$$ - $$$ • Austrian, European, Wine Bar, Central European
reviewed 20 September 2019 by Joan P
We stumbled on this Heuriger on our walk down from the Kahlberg viewpoint. We really enjoyed our time here. The Grüner Veltliner was our favorite wine. The dinner offerings were incredible. I had the pork belly with sauerkraut, potato salad and carrot salad. Our companions enjoyed the quiche. Highly recommended
We, mum, dad, my husband and myself, go there every time we are in Vienna ( my mother and father are "locals"). You will be wrong in thinking that this is for tourists... this is where the Viennese take their guests when they want to show off what old style Vienna cooking has to offer.
I have to eat vegetarian...
We were in town on a river cruise and had an open night. We met up with some locals who we know and they suggested this restaurant. They claimed it was very well-known to the locals. It was very walkable from our cruise dock. Since the trip was in late October and it was in the evening, the beer garden...
Although the famous Pfarrwirt is next door, there it was modern and felt like inter. hotel school. At Mayer's on the other hand we had a great authentic experience. You can tell where the locals go. Have Schnitzel and a Most and relax into real culture.
"Excellent hotel in a quiet place but easy going to the city center"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Dream301653
Very Good attention from personal and service. Exellent hotel.. Easy to go to the city center and near theaters and atractions. as well transport…Very Good conmunications and means of transport. Trams and Metro near
Pleasant short stay in rooms with mini kitchenette, working desk, terrace. Clean, good self-service breakfast. Peaceful surroundings yet not too far from city centre. I would easily recommend it to anyone whether for business or tourist purpose.
Terrible cleaning/restocking service. Never clean gym during my 5 day stay.
“We only serve breakfast. No other meals available.......4 star really???
Owners allow their Doberman to harass you/your table during breakfast.
Only positives - Great breakfast choice and surprisingly well equipped gym
"Very unpleasant and overpriced experience - not a 4 star"
reviewed 27 April 2019 by Akshay S
My wife and I had booked this hotel for 4 nights but we were so uncomfortable that we checked out after the second night.
Since my wife is pregnant, we had looked specifically for a 4 or 5 star hotel so that we would have all required facilities and a comfortable stay. However, we were sorely disappointed by Hotel Schild....
Stay away from this Kahlenberg Presidential Suite. This suite hotel with no air conditioner and no view. We paid for a Presidential Suite with 1 star. Again Suite rated as 1 star. We are trying to complain and the guy we spoke to just told us “no one is available