Hotel Graf Stadion
– 5 min. walk to the venue
This familiy hotel is located in a Biedermeier house 5 min. walk from the Venue, Protected as a historic monument and offers to its visitors 39 comfortable and allergy-friendly rooms. Therefore the whole hotel area is smoke-free zone.
Let yourself be pampered with a breakfast buffet rich in variety.
W-LAN access is available everywhere in the hotel and free for guests.
– 4 min. walk to the venue
Stay in the heart of Vienna
The 2-Star-Pension “Lehrerhaus” offers 40 quiet guest rooms with Free Wifi.
Dating back to 1906, the traditional Pension Lehrerhaus is located in Vienna’s Josefstadt district, within a -minute walk from our Venue. Guests can use a common lounge featuring kitchenware, a microwave, an electric kettle, and a coffee vending machine. Food and beverages can be stored there as well. A refrigerator is available on each floor.
Hotel Pension Wild
– 3 min. walk to the venue
Stay in the heart of Vienna
This friendly and family-run guest house is located just a 3 min walk from the venue.
They have a variety of rooms and apartments in different categories for competitive prices, including a complimentary breakfast buffet and free WiFi inside your rooms. Furthermore you can rent bicycles to explore the city and of course we can provide you with a lot of brochures and maps about Vienna.
Hotel Pension Andreas
– 5 min. walk to the venue
Hotel Pension Andreas is a traditional bed and breakfast in a quiet and very central location right behind the Town Hall, in Vienna’s 8th district. The Rathaus Underground Station (line U2) is just 200 m away and the city centre is a 5 to 10-minute walk away.
The newly renovated rooms offer a shower, toilet, TV, and safe. There is an internet terminal at the reception, with the first 10 minutes free of charge. WiFi is available in the rooms against a surcharge.
Youth Hostel Myrthengasse
– 10 min. walk to the venue
This popular hostel with 260 beds is situated in the quiet and traffic free pedestrian zone Myrthengasse in the center of Vienna, near our venue. Many attractions and shopping areas are within walking distance. Means of public transportation (subway, bus, tram) are nearby.
The rooms have 2-6 beds (bunkbeds) with private Shower and Washbasin. Attention: The rooms have “Shared Toilets”
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Many paths lead to Vienna ! Whether by plane or by train, by car or by ship on the Danube
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(Bus € 7,50 or train to Vienna appr. 1 hour)
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You’ll have a safe journey to Vienna by car on Austria’s excellent network of motorways, expressways and federal highways. As tolls are compulsory on all motorways and expressways in Austria, you will also need a vignette to use Vienna’s city motorways.
Detailed information about tolls you can find here
Parking – In addition to the possibility of public parking, there are four parking garages in a short walking distance to our venue.
Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) offer a well developed railway network and modern trains that carry you to Vienna in safety and comfort. Vienna can also be easily reached by train from further afield.
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by bus you’ll have a safe journey to Vienna. Austria’s has an excellent network of motorways, expressways and federal highways.
The route planner will help you find the best way to Vienna.
From the Airport to the City with ÖBB Railjet or CAT
Once you have arrived in the arrivals hall from the baggage claim area, please keep right. Use the exit on level -1 to the railway station and follow the guidance system signs.
The CAT and the ÖBB ticket counter can also be found in the arrivals hall directly by the exit to level -1. Ticket machines are located in the arrivals hall, the passages to the platforms and on the platforms. The path from the arrivals hall to the platforms has ramps and lifts without any barriers.
The CAT is the direct express train service to the city center.
The ÖBB ticket office and machines (Austrian railways and standard city trains to the center)
There’s also a display board with departure times for all trains leaving the airport for Vienna and elsewhere.
The machines have English displays for buying whatever tickets you need to reach your destination. A single ticket to the city on a normal municipal train service (S-Bahn) costs €4.40 at the time of writing.
Down the ramp you quickly reach platforms 1-2 for the S-Bahn line into Vienna and other trains, and platform 3 for the CAT service. More Info here
The railjet is connecting the airport Vienna and the Hauptbahnhof Wien“ within 15 minutes length of journey, commutes every 30 minutes. tickets can be bought the airport, at both stations as well as per internet. Railjet
From the Hauptbahnhof Wien“ change to metro line No. U3. Go 3 stations direction Simmering”. There you need to exit the U3 at station Volkstheater. From there it is a 3min. walk our venue Palais Auersperg.
Getting from Vienna airport to the city is very easy.
The taxis use the same outside location as the buses (see below). The taxi and limousine companies have booths in the arrivals hall just opposite and to the left of where you emerge. They usually cost around €30 into Vienna. Websites etc. can be found here.
With a deep-rooted imperial past, Vienna has a rich history waiting to be discovered.
As well as this, Vienna’s modern culture can be explored through the MuseumsQuartier and art galleries, which play an important part of Vienna today.
Vienna ranks highest for quality of living for the 10th year in a row
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Our Top 5 things to do in Vienna
The old Imperial family’s summer residence, the Schönbrunn Palace is one of Vienna’s most popular attractions. Steeped in history and culture, it plays an important part in Vienna’s past and visitors can enjoy a tour through the old palace, through the Imperial apartments and out into the landscaped gardens, maze and Gloriette.
The main imperial palace and winter residence of the Habsburgs, Hofburg Palace is a must-see when you’re in Vienna. Home to the Spanish Riding School – where you can witness the best classic equestrian skills in the world – as well as the Imperial Apartments, Sisi Museum and Silver Collection, it has a wealth of culture to be explored.
The Albertina Museum is one of Vienna’s most impressive art galleries and houses one of the largest print rooms in the world and covers most works of art from photography through modern graphic and impressionism. If you’re a fan of Monet, Cézanne, Klimt and Picasso then the Albertina is one to visit – if anything for its stunning surroundings and 18th century architecture.
Spanish Riding School
The Spanish Riding School is a renowned institution and tradition that has been part of Vienna’s rich culture since 1565. It’s a traditional riding school for Lipizzan horses that perform their haute école equestrian skills to audiences in the Hofburg Palace. This classical dressage attracts worldwide visitors and you can even watch the horses and their riders train in the great Winter Riding School, too.
Giant Ferris Wheel
The Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel has been turning since 1897, affording a unique view of the city on the Danube. It is visible from afar as an unmistakable landmark for the Viennese and for visitors. Whether you’re following in the footsteps of the legendary film “The Third Man” or simply want to enjoy the view of the city from a height of 64.75 m – you haven’t really visited Vienna until you’ve taken a ride on the Giant Ferris Wheel.