Vienna Off The Beaten Path

  • The Apollo Kino
    The Apollo Kino
    by IreneMcKay
  • Linke Wienzeile
    Linke Wienzeile
    by IreneMcKay
  • One of the callers, Linke Wienzeile 38
    One of the callers, Linke Wienzeile 38
    by IreneMcKay

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Vienna

  • churches, Vienna

    1. churches

    The Order of the Teutonic Knights was purely German military religious society founded in 1190 in the Holy Land. Templars were backed by the French crown and supported they French interests in Holy...

  • excursions from Vienna, Vienna

    2. excursions from Vienna

    Depending the weather a real nice excursion from Vienna would be by train to Melk, visit the abbey then boat to Dürnstein, boat, bus or train to Krems and back to Vienna. If you stop in Dürnstein...

  • parks & gardens, Vienna

    3. parks & gardens

    The Sternwartepark was opened to the public only in May 2013. In the middle stands the University Observatory (under renovation at the moment) built by Fellner & Helmer (famous for the construction of...

  • architecture, Vienna

    4. architecture

    Linke Wienzeile is a street that runs along the left bank of the Vienna River. The wonderful Naschmarkt is located here with its great selection of food stalls and restaurants. The street is also...

  • museums, Vienna

    5. museums

    The strange building of "Haus des Meeres" used to be an air-raid-shelter during WW II and after the war they built various aquariums inside. Outside of the tower you may practice climbing up the walls...

  • 1.Bezirk / 1st district, Vienna

    6. 1.Bezirk / 1st district

    The first Orthodox Christians began to be settled in Vienna in the 17th century, they were the merchants from Greece. At that time in the territory of the Habsburg Empire, which was also the part of...

  • Hundertwasser, Vienna

    7. Hundertwasser

    Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000) was born as a child of mixed marriage under the name Friedrich Stowasser. In Slavic languages of the Balkans, "sto" is the term for the number of a hundred, and...

  • Jugendstil / Art Nouveau, Vienna

    8. Jugendstil / Art Nouveau

    St. Leopoldskirche am Steinhof is also called Otto-Wagner-Kirche or St.Leopold am Spiegelgrund and it is a lovely art-nouveau-church built by Otto Wagner at the beginning of the 20th century. For many...

  • Wine Tasting and Vineyards, Vienna

    9. Wine Tasting and Vineyards

    Kahlenberg can be reached from Grinzing on bus 38A. It is 484m high, set in the midst of the Vienna Woods and famous for its views. Unfortunately for us the views were not clear when we visited. There...

  • Classical music, Vienna

    10. Classical music

    Mozarthaus is the name of a newly restored building just a few meters behind the Stephansdom. It was there, where Mozart lived the last 3 years of his life 1784 bis 1787 and where he had died. He had...

  • Zentralfriedhof - Central Cemetery, Vienna

    11. Zentralfriedhof - Central Cemetery

    Day 3 - Zentralfriedhof Enkel de fotos werden gepost, in afwachting van de informatie, deze informatie komt wat later. bedankt voor uw bezoek en tot nog eens. I have just posted the photographs,...

  • Jewish Vienna, Vienna

    12. Jewish Vienna

    Taborstrasse is the less explored part of Vienna. Taborstrasse is in the 2nd Viennese district called Leopoldstadt, across the Donau canal from Schwedenplatz. The 2nd district is also locally...

  • Kaffeehaus, Vienna

    13. Kaffeehaus

    I was browsing through the Kettenbrucken gasse (street) off the Naschmarkt when I came upon this shop called Bendinelli Home Store. It mainly sells coffee and food products from Bendinelli company....

  • Day Trip - Melk, Vienna

    14. Day Trip - Melk

    Get to the town of Melk. It is one of the most spectacular abbeys ever. Controlled by Benedictine monks for 900 years, they really knew how to preserve the splendor. The abbey is really a multiple...

  • Karlskirche & Karlsplatz, Vienna

    15. Karlskirche & Karlsplatz

    The Karlsplatz (Charles Aquare) is a special place to roam around in. Here, in between the huge Karlskirche (Charles church), the city centre with the Artists House (Kunstlerhaus), the conservatorium...

  • Naschmarkt, Vienna

    16. Naschmarkt

    Dating back from the 16th century, Naschmarkt is one of the best places to visit in Vienna if you want to experience one of the cities greatest markets. Here you are able to experience traditional...

  • Schönbrunn, Vienna

    17. Schönbrunn

    "I go, where the Kaiser is going to WALK" - "Ich gehe, wohin der Kaiser zu Fuss geht"... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This proverb is used very often in Austria, when someone would...

  • Rest Rooms of Marchfelderhof, Vienna

    18. Rest Rooms of Marchfelderhof

    the restrooms of Marchfelderhof are also decorated with various memorabilias and artifacts and trinkets, both the male and female ones and unlike the famous...

  • Pinocchio Store in Vienna, Vienna

    19. Pinocchio Store in Vienna

    there are lots of Pinocchio Wooden Stores in and Around Italy as the wooden puppet with a nose that grows when he is lying originated in Italy and I was...

  • a paradise of lovers of Harley Davidson, Vienna

    20. a paradise of lovers of Harley Davidson

    Clock Tower is no museum, but a restaurant, BUT in the decorations of this fine steak-restaurant in american style you will find lots of scenic decorations made...

  • The "Polish Quarter", Vienna

    21. The "Polish Quarter"

    The quarter around Rennweg east of Belvedere seems to be a hotspot of the Polish community in Vienna. There is a Polish church in Rennweg, Gardekirche with a...

  • Wedding Fountain, Vienna

    22. Wedding Fountain

    Hoher Markt was one of the most important market places in Vienna during Middle Ages, but not much left from that period on the square. It is now important city...

  • The sculpture of Karl Renner, Vienna

    23. The sculpture of Karl Renner

    Karl Renner (1870-1950) is called the father of the Republic of Austria because he headed the first government as chancellor in 1918/1919 and was again decisive...

  • Johann Nepomuk kirche, Vienna

    24. Johann Nepomuk kirche

    Johann Nepomuk church is located in Leopoldstadt, in Praterstrasse 45. The current church was constructed between 1841 and 1843, replacing a stone chapel from...

  • Theater an der Wien, Vienna

    25. Theater an der Wien

    Theater an der Wien, completed in 1801, is a historic theatre located in Millockergasse. The theatre is brainchild of Emanuel Schikaneder, theatrical...

  • Vienna Hotels

    648 Hotels in Vienna

    1 Reviews

  • Ask a Question

    Got a question about Vienna? Get an answer from our Location locals and frequent travelers

Instant Answers: Vienna

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

64 travelers online now