Our Apartment has been newly renovated and is located in the heart of Vienna just few walking steps from Urania, historical city centre and City Airport Train (CAT)
You would have the advantage of living in a residential, quiet and not crowded area but yet being within walking distance to the romantic, fascinating, and historical part of Vienna.
Situated in the heart of Vienna, we are close to MAK, Schwedenplatz, St. Stephen's Cathedral and Hundertwasser House.
Also nearby you will find Austrian National Library and the Danube Canal which has developed itself into a boulevard with nice beach bars and Top restaurants.
Apartment has a modern interior/bathroom with washer & separated kitchen.
Living-room has real Oak floors and double glassed Windows.
ATM/Bank and Post office, Restaurants and Supermarkets are within walking distance to our apartment.
In addition to providing you best quality, inexpensive apartment in the heart of the city, we will also be able to provide other useful information and services to make your journey to Vienna an enjoyable one
St. Stephen's Cathedral - 15 min walking (1,2 Km): St. Stephen's Cathedral (German: Stephansdom) is the mother church of the Archdiocese of Vienna and the seat of the Archbishop of Vienna, Christoph Cardinal Schönborn, OP. Its current Romanesque and Gothic form seen today, situated at the heart of Vienna, Austria in the Stephansplatz, was largely initiated by Rudolf IV and stands on the ruins of two earlier churches, the first being a parish church consecrated in 1147. As the most important religious building in Austria's capital, the cathedral has borne witness to many important events in that nation's history and has, with its multi-colored tile roof, become one of the city's most recognizable symbols.
Danube Canal - 3 min walking distance from Flat : The Danube Canal, which was years ago also called Viennese Water (Wiener Wasser), became revitalised and developed in the last few years to a new hot spot. After years of negligence new opened beach bars, clubs and cafés illuminated the area.
The surroundings along the Danube Canal provide different kinds of leisure centres and party locations, but also landing places of the Danube shipping, like Twin City Liner or Vienna Roundtrips.
The Strandbar Herrmann, near to the Urania, was the first location, which started into the new season this year. With filled up sandy beach, deck chairs and delicious cocktails and food it establishes as a famous beach bar.
The Adria Vienna, near the Salztorbridge, gleams in new brightness with its new built glass house. With the Mediterranean kitchen it is an essential part in the revival of the Danube Canal. Also the Tel Aviv Beach is conducive to the reassessment of this gorgeous area. A beach in the middle of the city invites to relax in the sun
Palace Urania reachable within 3-4 min of walking: The Palace Urania is a public educational institute and observatory in Vienna.
It was built according to the plans of Art Nouveau style architect Max Fabiani (a student of Otto Wagner) at the outlet of the Wien River and was opened during 1910 by Franz Joseph I of Austria as an educational facility with a public observatory. It was named after the Muse Urania which represents Astronomy.
During World War II, the Urania was damaged severely and the dome with the observatory was totally destroyed. After its reconstruction, it was reopened during 1957. The observatory itself has been continually improved technically over the years.
Presently the Urania also has seminar rooms in which wide-ranging classes and lectures are given, a movie theater that screens at the annual Viennale movie festival, and a puppet theater created originally by actor Hans Kraus.