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What you should know about Landstrasse

Landstrasse is a rambling neighborhood that showcases the best sides to Vienna, whether it's historic palaces and gardens, fabulous museums, playful architecture, or fantastic dining. Klimt's masterpiece The Kiss is on display here, Mozart was buried here, and Hundertwasser's bizarre buildings brighten up its streets. Even better, this diverse district southwest of the Innere Stadt manages to be central to Vienna's best-known attractions while still being within easy reach of its airport.

Hotels in Landstrasse


With its widely-varying character, you'll find it easy to find a hotel in Landstrasse to suit your personal taste and budget. To the north, near the splendid Neo-Renaissance Kursalon palace, you'll find luxury Landstrasse hotels like the 5-star Hilton Vienna. Perfect for pampering, this hotel has received great reviews for its stunning views, elegant dining, and health club. Along the Rennweg, close to the Belvedere, you'll discover classic hotels such as the Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen Vienna. It is highly regarded in Landstrasse hotel reviews for its location, spacious rooms, and fantastic service. For the budget-conscious, the southern residential areas offer lovingly designed boutique apart-hotels like Apartments-in-vienna.

Things to see in Landstrasse


Landstrasse has several stand-out sights, but the largest and most fabulous is the Schloss Belvedere. It has 2 gorgeous Baroque palaces, sweeping formal gardens, and a world-class art museum. Among its many works by Klimt is The Kiss, his shimmering iconic masterpiece. The Belvedere also features a wealth of Impressionists, from Renoir to Degas and Manet. A visual feast of a different kind is offered by the surreal buildings of Hundertwasser, the famed Viennese expressionist architect. The wacky curves and bright colors of his KunstHausWien are bound to raise a smile, while the Hundertwasser is a bizarre, forested apartment complex complete with undulating floors and grass-covered roofs. Landstrasse also boasts several museums, perhaps the most interesting being the Museum of Military History. Apart from its vast collection of weapons down the ages, it features the very car and jacket that Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in, an event that sparked a world war.

Good for couples and business travelers


This large district, with its patchwork of neighborhoods, offers something for every kind of traveler. Romance-seeking couples will love the fine cuisine of its first-class restaurants, the beautiful gardens of the Belvedere, and the many hotels offering luxury accommodation in Landstrasse. Business travelers are also frequent guests in this neighborhood, which adjoins Vienna’s financial district to the north. Many hotels in Landstrasse boast great convention and meeting facilities. And the vibrancy and affordability of the residential areas in Landstrasse's south attracts those looking to see the best of Vienna on a budget.

How to get to Landstrasse


Landstrasse is nicely located for those arriving at Vienna International Airport, which is just 10 miles away. Catch the CAT at the airport and it will only take 20 minutes or so to travel to Landstrasse. Alight at the Wien St Marx for hotels in Landstrasse's southern districts, or stay on until Wien Mitte for the northern side. Either way, a cab will probably be needed to finally reach your hotel. The S-Bahn S-7 covers the same route for less cost and with more stops, but takes longer. The U3 metro line runs through Landstrasse, helping with travel around this large district.

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