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What you should know about Landstrasse

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Landstrasse, the third municipal district of Vienna, Austria, is near to Vienna's city center. The area is probably most well-known for Belvedere castle. Whether you plan to visit the castle or one of Landstrasse's museums or simply enjoy a few days' holiday with a loved one, there are many fine places to stay in the area. Search for hotels in Landstrasse, Vienna.'s wide selection of accommodations and easy booking process will make your travel planning an enjoyable process. Speak with one of our many knowledgeable travel experts or get tips and travel guides on's online travel blog. Start planning your Austrian getaway today at

What's Landstrasse, Vienna Like?

Possibly the most recognizable tourist attraction in Vienna's Landstrasse region is Belvedere Castle, an 18th-century castle and gardens. The castle was originally the residence of Eugene of Savoy, but now is home to the Austrian Gallery. Find a place to stay near Belvedere Castle, or choose a place closer to the creative Hundertwasserhaus. This unique apartment complex has no straight lines or repetition anywhere. Even the sidewalk out front is uneven! Enjoy a bite to eat in a café or sit and enjoy some people-watching. If you enjoy museums, Landstrasse offers the Kunst Haus Wien and the Museum of Art Fakes for tourists to enjoy. Enjoy this residential part of Vienna on foot and explore its historic buildings, culture and cuisine.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Landstrasse, Vienna

When visiting Landtrasse, there are a few tips to remember to help you fit in with the locals and their customs. When meeting new friends in Vienna, it is customary to shake hands upon greeting and departing. A kiss on the cheek is reserved for very close friends. Greeting someone with their first name is also reserved for close friends, and also young children. When eating at a restaurant or café, it is customary to leave a small tip - 5 to 10 percent is acceptable. Don't leave a large tip as this is not typical in Vienna. Also, do not leave the tip on the table. This is considered rude. Hand your tip directly to the server. Don't speak loudly in public or cause a scene. Austria follows the Metric system of measurement and uses the Euro for currency. German is the official language of Austria. However, most locals do speak English and are understanding of non-German-speaking tourists. Start planning your Austrian getaway and find the best hotels in Landstrasse, Vienna at today.

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