Hotels in Vienna, Austria
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- St. Stephen's Cathedral
- Vienna State Opera
- Vienna City Hall
- Hofburg Imperial Palace
- Vienna International Centre
- Schoenbrunn Palace
- Wiener Stadthalle
- Spanish Riding School
- Messe Wien Exhibition and Congress Center
- Wiener Prater
- Ernst Happel Stadium
- University of Vienna
- International Atomic Energy Agency
Best hotels in Vienna
With grand architecture, a history as the home of the greatest names in music, and a reputation as one of the world's most livable cities, there are no shortage of reasons to visit and explore Austria's grand capital. Thanks to Hotels.com, finding places to stay in Vienna is easier than ever. Our listings of partner Vienna hotels cover every price range and every need - no matter why you're there, where in the city you need to be, and your budget, Hotels.com has options for you. Each of our partner locations is rated by previous visitors, meaning you don't have to worry about unwelcome surprises and you can feel confident that whatever location you choose is the right one. We also provide photos and maps of each hotel, making it easier for you to find the most convenient location, as well as making it easier to get around. With Hotels.com, most of the work is already done for you - meaning less time trying to find the right place to stay, and more time looking forward to the sights, sounds and tastes of Vienna!
What's Vienna Like?
As befitting a city with Vienna's history, there is an almost impossible number of must-see spots. It may well be best to start with the majestic Schönbrunn Palace, the former home of the ruling Habsburg family that once dictated so much of Europe's political affairs. St. Stephen's Cathedral, which dates to the 12th century, is one of the most iconic images of Vienna, and houses the tombs of many of central Europe's most prominent rulers and nobles. For those who prefer their history to be combined with art, Belvedere Palace is not only an architectural marvel of its own, but also houses a wide variety of masterpieces, including the works of Gustav Klimt. Vienna's Ringstrasse is home to many of the city's most striking sights, such as the Burgtheater and City Hall, as well as both the Museum for Applied Art and the Natural History Museum. There is almost too much to see in one trip - but from the top of the Danube Tower, you can at least get a birds-eye glimpse of most of the city. And with a little help from Hotels.com's selection of Vienna hotels, it's easier than ever to make the most of your stay!
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Vienna
Practically the center of Europe for much of the last millennium, Vienna is open and welcoming to visitors, and accommodations in Vienna are comfortable. The public transportation network is excellent and easily affordable thanks to the Vienna Card, which also allows for tourist discounts at some locations. English and German are both commonplace, and while the dialect of German found in Vienna is a bit different than both the rest of Austria and the rest of the German-speaking sphere, the differences are small enough to make it easy to get by. The city has an excellent music tradition, both classical and modern. For the former, the Vienna Philharmonic and its home at the Musikverein are worth taking in, and for the latter, Vienna's thriving club and electronic scene are ubiquitous. Local flavor is always ever-present at the Naschmarkt; goulash and schnitzel are local favorites, but there's something for every taste and preference in one corner of Vienna or another. Whatever it is you are looking for, Vienna has it, and with Hotels.com's selection of Vienna hotels it's easier than ever to explore this truly staggering city.
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