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Hotel in Vienna
Hotel Pension Arian
sleep Sleeps 42 in 21 bedrooms
Hotel Pension Arian is a first class, family-run Hotel situated in the City Centre right on the "Mariahilfer Strasse Nr.58".
Amenity: Internet Access
RATES
EUR 75 – 168
Per Night
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Apartment in Vienna
Apartments Kastner
sleep Sleeps 3 in 1 bedrooms
Our apartments are all situated in our boardinghouse on Jedleseer Str. Nr. 67 within a friendly and safe neighbourhood.
Amenity: Pet Friendly, Internet Access
RATES
USD 70 – 90
Per Night
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Vienna Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Vienna Wein


Vienna's Center, a UNESCO's World Cultural Site, is brimming with immaculately preserved antique buildings like the Vienna Hofburg, the spectacular imperial palace dating from 1275. The Ringstrasse, a nineteenth century road lined with romantic buildings, grand palaces, and beautiful parks runs through the Center of Vienna. Clustered along the banks of the Danube River, the capital of Austria has gathered successive architectural influences as it progressed through the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Rocco and Classic periods. Vienna has been home to Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud among countless other artists and visionaries, and has consequently developed a rich tradition in art. Hidden amidst the timeless buildings, museums and art galleries, you'll find a thriving culture— festivals, shopping, theater, concerts, food, and yes, the famous Viennese coffee. The Kaffeehaus culture has evolved in Vienna over 300 years, and to brood, read or talk over fine tasting coffee and delectable pastries at Café Korb, Café Griensteidl, Café Mozart or one of many other traditional establishments is still the best way to spend an idle evening. Vienna history extends back to the early Celtic and Roman settlements that eventually transformed the into the famous Medieval and Baroque city and the capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Vienna was instrumental as a leading European music center and the birthplace of the waltz. The architecture found in Vienna's historic center includes Baroque castles and gardens, plus the late-19th-century Ringstrasse road that is lined with elaborate boulevards, ornate buildings and beautiful gardens.