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Vienna is a beautiful, majestic city, a city that breathes history. In recent years Vienna has become more and more a popular gay destination. Maybe this is because the city has many ingredients that attracts visitors; historical sights, good museums, an extensive cultural program, excellent shopping streets and a well-developed gay scene. Vienna’s gay scene is located, mainly around the 16th-century Naschmarkt, near the Kettenbruckengasse subway station.


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Saint SHERMIN bed breakfast & champagne

Saint SHERMIN bed breakfast & champagne, situated in Vienna, Austria, offers a unique stay experience. This hotel is in the 4th district, known for its central location. You find yourself close to the Karlsplatz, a hub that connects various parts of

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Aviano Boutiquehotel

Aviano Boutiquehotel sits in Vienna's Innere Stadt district. This central location makes it ideal for exploring the city. You can reach St. Stephen's Cathedral in just a 5-minute walk. The Hofburg Imperial Palace is only 10 minutes away on foot. These sites allow you to dive into Austria's history. The hotel offers key facilities for a comfortable stay. Free Wi-Fi keeps you connected. Each room
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Hotel Beethoven Wien

Hotel Beethoven Wien, located in Vienna, Austria, offers a comfortable stay in the heart of the city. You find the hotel in the 6th district, nestled on Papagenogasse, a street adjacent to the Naschmarkt. This location places you within walking distance of many of Vienna's notable attractions. For example, the Vienna State Opera and the MuseumsQuartier, a hub for contemporary art and culture, are
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Hotel Sans Souci Wien

Hotel Sans Souci Wien, located in Vienna, Austria, offers you a range of facilities. The hotel offers convenient access to several attractions. The hotel situates itself in the Spittelberg area, a neighborhood known for its artistic flair and historical significance. It stands near the Museum Quarter, a hub for art and culture, making it a prime location for exploring some of Vienna's most notabl
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Hotel-Pension Wild

Hotel-Pension Wild, situated in Vienna, Austria, offers a comfortable stay in the city's Josefstadt district. This hotel stands out for its convenient location, allowing you easy access to Vienna's various attractions and amenities. You find Hotel-Pension Wild on a quiet street, yet it's close to the bustling city center. The hotel is a short walk from Rathaus, Vienna's city hall, and the histo
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Safestay Vienna

Safestay Vienna, located in Vienna, Austria, offers a comfortable stay in the city's Wieden district. This district is known for its historical significance and is close to the city center. The hotel is within walking distance of Karlsplatz, a central square home to Karlskirche, one of Vienna's most famous churches. Also nearby is the Belvedere Palace, a must-visit for its baroque architecture and
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Hotel Bristol Vienna

Hotel Bristol Vienna stands in the heart of Vienna, Austria, right next to the Vienna State Opera. It offers you a prime location to explore the city. The hotel is in the Innere Stadt district, a central area known for its cultural and historical significance. The hotel provides you with a range of facilities. You have access to luxury rooms and suites, each equipped with modern amenities. The
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Boutiquehotel Stadthalle

Boutiquehotel Stadthalle in Vienna, Austria, offers a unique experience. It sits in the 15th district, near the Westbahnhof train station. This location makes it easy for you to explore the city. The hotel stands out for its commitment to sustainability and eco-friendliness. You find essential facilities at the hotel, including free Wi-Fi, a garden, and a rooftop terrace. The hotel also provide
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Boutiquehotel Das Tyrol

Boutiquehotel Das Tyrol sits in Vienna's Mariahilf district, a central part of the city. This location places you close to major tourist attractions. The Museum Quarter, a hub for art and culture, is within walking distance. You can also easily reach the historic State Opera and the shopping street Mariahilfer Straße. The hotel offers a range of facilities. You have access to a spa area, which
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Le Meridien Vienna

Le Meridien Vienna sits in the heart of Vienna, Austria. It stands in a central part of the city, offering easy access to many tourist attractions. You can find the hotel near the famous Vienna State Opera. This makes it ideal for exploring the rich cultural heritage of Vienna. The Hofburg Palace is also nearby, just a short walk away. Here, you can immerse yourself in Austria's imperial history.


  • Why travel to Vienna?
  • Vienna is the capital of Austria, historically one of the great cultural centers of Europe. Vienna has always attracted people with vision and talent and has been home to some of the world’s greatest composers, architects, writers, painters, and thinkers. In the contemporary era, it is the political hub of the European Union.
    Vienna is the capital of Austria and one of the most popular travel destinations for the LGBT community. Why not plan a trip to Vienna and find out everything there is to know about this amazing city. When travelling to Vienna, you will find that the city offers a very friendly environment to its LGBT community. However, do bear in mind that the country itself has some rather strict rules that it expects visitors to adhere to. Therefore, let’s take a look at the most relevant things you should know before heading to the Austrian capital.

  • What are the main attractions of Vienna?
  • Vienna has been ranked as the world’s most livable city by the Monocle magazine’s Quality of Life Survey in 2010 and has been a highly influential global city since the early 20th century when it was the centre of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Therefore, it’s no surprise that the city’s main attractions revolve around the Habsburgs. The City Hall, originally built in the 14th century and renovated over the centuries, is one of the finest Gothic buildings in town. The lavish Hofburg palace, built in the 15th century by Emperor Frederick III and later extended by Emperor Franz-Joseph I, is one of the most important architectural monuments in the whole of Vienna. Built in 1570, the Imperial
    Vienna is definitely a great place to travel or live in. It has excellent nightlife, cultural attractions, and shopping areas. Some of the main attractions of Vienna are the Belvedere palace and gardens, the Albertina museum, the Opera house, St. Stephan’s cathedral, Schoenbrunn palace, the Ringstrasse, and the largest shopping area of Europe – the Mariahilferstrasse street.

  • Which hotels are in Vienna?
  • Vienna is the capital city of Austria, in the southeastern part of the country. It is one of the world’s great cities and has long been an important centre for music and – more recently – film. It is also a city that revels in its past. Its historic centre – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is home to many imposing structures, including the Hofburg, the Imperial Palace, the State Opera House, and the City Hall.
    Vienna has been voted the best city to live in by more than 500,000 people in the last few years. While Vienna is one of the most popular gay friendly travel destinations in Europe and has been awarded the title “European Capital of Culture” it is also a very popular travel destination. The travelers who want to visit Vienna will be looking for hotels to stay in.
    Vienna, Republic of Austria capital, is the country’s largest city and among Austria’s 9 states. Vienna is also the primary city of Austria, with about 1.9 million of population, and is by far the largest city in Austria and its cultural, economic, and political centre.

  • Which museums can I visit in Vienna?
  • Vienna has a major impact in the realm of arts and sciences. Many famous and important people lived and worked in this city, which is why it’s so popular with visitors. In fact, it was voted the world’s most livable city. This article will guide you to the many museums and other cultural venues that are on offer in Vienna. If you’re planning a trip to Vienna, these are the places that you cannot afford to miss.
    Vienna has so many beautiful buildings, monuments, museums, and other attractions that it would take several lifetimes to see them all. But, if you only have a short trip, you can still see the main city attractions. These include the Schönbrunn Palace (sometimes called the “Vienna City Palace”), the Spanish Riding School, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the Hofburg Palace (the Imperial Palace), and the Vienna Zoo.

  • In which area can you find the most bars & restaurants in Vienna?
  • Vienna is the place of perfect culture and a historic capital of Austria. This city has a lot to offer to its visitors, from the historical buildings to the museums, to the bars and restaurants. The city center is the place where most bars and restaurants in Vienna are located. This part of the city is the most attractive for tourists.
    Where can you find the best bars, clubs, and restaurants in Vienna? That’s a question we get asked quite often, and it’s a great one. Vienna is full of unique and interesting places to eat and drink in, and everyone’s tastes differ.
    There are a lot of places to choose from, so you’ll need to decide what you’re looking for. Are you after something more casual and laid back, or would you prefer a more upscale place to spend the evening? Is price more important to you, or do you want a spot with good views?
    Vienna is a city of culture and history, but it’s also a city of bars and restaurants. From traditional Viennese coffee houses to the latest new cocktail bar, the city’s got it all. To make your evening even better, we’ll help you select the best bars and restaurants to suit your tastes.

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