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Hotels in Vienna

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487 Accommodations in Vienna

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Arthotel Ana Enzian

Vienna 2.1 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 622 reviews
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Hotel Johann Strauss Stars

Vienna 1.6 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 446 reviews
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Hotel Star Inn Wien Schonbrunn Stars

Vienna 3.9 km from city centre
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Hotel Grand Ferdinand Stars

Vienna 791 m from city centre
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Hotel Graben Stars

Vienna 249 m from city centre Score: 4 / 5 736 reviews
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Hotel Das Triest Stars

Vienna 1.4 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 761 reviews
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Hotel Hilton Vienna Stars

Vienna 871 m from city centre Score: 4 / 5 3401 reviews
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Hotel Royal Stars

Vienna 161 m from city centre Score: 4 / 5 874 reviews
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Hotel Bellevue Stars

Vienna 2.1 km from city centre Score: 3.5 / 5 654 reviews
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Hotel Mozart Stars

Vienna 2 km from city centre Score: 3 / 5 473 reviews
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Hotel & Palais Strudlhof Stars

Vienna 1.8 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 374 reviews
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Hotel Regina Stars

Vienna 1.3 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 864 reviews
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Star Inn Hotel Premium Wien Hauptbahnhof Stars

Vienna 2.9 km from city centre
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Hotel De France Stars

Vienna 936 m from city centre Score: 4 / 5 1654 reviews
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Hotel Savoy Stars

Vienna 1.7 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 381 reviews
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Fleming?s Conference Hotel Wien Stars

Vienna 2.8 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 900 reviews

Accommodations in Vienna

Empress Sisi and music are closely tied to Vienna, Austria’s welcoming and authentic capital. The 13th-century Habsburg dynasty built sumptuous palaces and in the 18th century, it became the Imperial city, remaining so until World War I. During World War II it was annexed to Austria but remained under allied rule. It was in 1955 that Austria gained its independence.

The sound of the waltz will resound in your head while you visit the magnificent city of Vienna. Start your tour at the Imperial Palace, Hofburg, the grand residential complex of the Habsburg Emperors that houses many an imperial salon, the Sisi Museum and in the Austrian National Library you will see a true example of Baroque architecture in the lounge. Nearby is the museums quarter that has 60,000 square metres dedicated to art exhibitions.
Not far away is the Parliament with the statue of Athena at the door, the City Hall (Rathaus) built in the 19th century and in the same neo-Gothic style as the Votiva Church (Votivkirche) that stands next to it. In front of the city hall, you will see the Royal Theatre, one of the world’s most splendid theatres, and in the opposite direction beyond the Burggarten gardens you will see the neo-Renaissance Opera House. From here, after taking Karntner St, one of Vienna’s most elegant avenues, you will come to St. Steven’s Cathedral, a Gothic church whose south tower, brilliantly nicknamed Steffi, offers a splendid view of Vienna from its height of over 100 metres. Near the Danube canal you will find Vienna’s oldest church, St Rupert’s, that was built in the 8th century and on the other side of the canal, in Prater Park, visitors can take a ride on the gigantic ferris wheel and enjoy the view from the top.

Don’t leave Vienna without visiting the Schönbrunn Palace, the imperial family’s summer residence in olden times, a Baroque building surrounded by garden after majestic garden that is not only pleasant to the eye, but also houses the oldest zoo in the world! Outside the wall is the High Palace of Belvedere, with artwork from the middle Ages and Baroque works, together with paintings by Gustav Klimt on the ground floor.