Vienna , Austria
Luxury Apartments Vienna
Discover our collection of the luxury apartments in Vienna, Austria, and discover this charming city and all its attractions. The capital of Austria and UNESCO World Heritage Site, the noble city has also been nicknamed the City of Music thanks to its music heritage and the City of Dreams thanks to Sigmund Freud. Culturally rich and perfect for a city break, Vienna is home to several opera houses. Theater an der Wien, the Volksoper and Staatsoper are the most well-known. For museums, Museumsquartier that was Imperial Stalls in its times, is an absolute must-see with its Museum of Modern Art, the Leopold Museum, the Museum of Architecture and various temporary exhibitions. The largest capital of the XIX balls, there are still hold more than 450 balls per year, some of which come with live orchestras. Named one of the most prosperous cities in the world and one of the top destinations for international conventions, Vienna sees thousands of guests coming every year both for a friends or family vacation and a business trip.
Where should I stay in Vienna? - The best neighborhood for a vacation in Vienna if you want to be in the city center and have an easy access to the main sights will be Vienna´s first district, or the Inner Stadt. If you do not mind traveling every day as Austria´s capital has a very good transportation system but want to have a very luxury rental in Vienna check Dobling also known for its vineyards. For nightlife in Vienna, visit Wieden and for hip places go to Neubau.
When should I visit Vienna? - Ideal for a city trip all year round, Vienna tends to have hot summers with an average temperature between 24 and 33 degrees Celsius and cold winters hovering around 0-1 C. Spring and autumn enjoy temperatures between 11 and 16 C.
Top things to do in Vienna - Vienna´s cultural offer is so big that it is impossible to list everything in one article. Among the must-sees, there are Museums District, Augarten (the oldest Baroque gardens in Vienna), Schloss Schonbrunn and Schloss Belvedere with its park and Vienna Botanic Gardens, the Spanish Riding School, the emblematic Hofburg (hosting Austria president's office, a park and several museums) and Staatsoper (state opera and ballet theater). The theater lovers shall enjoy at least one performance in Burgtheater,one of the best German-speaking venues in the world, or enjoy a cabaret in a smaller theater. Music lovers will not help visiting one of the renowned opera houses including Theater an der Wien, Staatsoper and Volksoper known for the Viennese operetta or enjoy a classical concert in Wiener Konzerthaus. Foodies will also have something to try in Vienna including the famous Wiener Schnitzel (a flat cutlet of meat in breadcrumbs), Tafelspitz (boiled beef), Apfelkren (horseradish, apple and cream), different types of strudel and the iconic Sachertorte (chocolate cake with apricot jam).
What not to miss in Vienna? - The last but not the least will be to try one of the splendid Viennese cafes inviting you to spend hours and hours inside reading a newspaper and sipping the coffee. Perfectly communicated with the other European cities, Vienna will easily fit in your trip around Europe. Discover our luxury apartments in Prague and vacation rentals in Paris.
Vienna Luxury Apartment
This holiday apartment is located by the emblematic Mariahilfer Strasse. Situated on the first floor of a former palace, the luxury rental in Vienna has all the modern facilities one might need. There are two bedrooms sleeping four. Both of them are en-suite. The common areas include a large living room,
Price from 600 €/Night