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Situated in Vienna, a 10-minute walk from Belvedere Palace, Home Sweet Apartments offers self-catering accommodation units with free WiFi. The U3 Metro Line from Landstraße provides a direct connection to the Saint Stephen´s Cathedral in Vienna´s city centre. The apartments at the Home Sweet all come with a flat-screen TV, a living area and a bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. A DVD and CD player are available, as well.
Several bars, cafés and shops can be found within a few minutes´ walking distance. The Stadtpark is situated 1.3 km from the property, while the Karlskirche Church is 2 km away. The Vienna Airport is 15 km away.
How do I get from Vienna International Airport to the city?
Buses of the Vienna Airport Lines: Ride to the city center (travel time 22 minutes), via Vienna Main Station (South) to the Westbahnhof railway station (travel time 40 minutes) and via the Vienna International Centre to the Donauzentrum (travel time 39 minutes). Single: €8, discounted with the Vienna City Card
Rapid transit railway S7: runs from the airport via Wien-Mitte/Landstrasse to Floridsdorf. Travel time to Wien Mitte: approx. 25 minutes, price: €4.20; two tickets are required: €2.40 (within the Vienna metropolitan area) and €1.80 (for the journey from the airport to Vienna city limits).
Travelers with the Vienna City Card or with a multi-day ticket of Wiener Linien need only one additional ticket from the airport to Vienna city limits for the price of €1.80.
ÖBB Railjet: the Railjets of Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) run twice-hourly, non-stop from Vienna Airport to Vienna Main Station (15 minutes) and Wien Meidling station (approx. 30 minutes). Price: €4.20; two tickets are needed: €2.40 (within the Vienna city area) and €1.80 (for the trip from the airport to the Vienna city limits). Travelers with the Vienna City Card need only one additional ticket from the airport to Vienna city limits for the price of €1.80.
NEW: The "Vienna City Card Transfer" and the "Vienna City Card Transfer+Tour" include the journey from/to the airport with the City Airport Train (CAT), the buses of Vienna Airport Lines, the rapid transit railway or the ÖBB Railjet.
Which city tours are offered in Vienna?
Bus tours, accompanied by expert guides, through the city center to Schönbrunn Palace, to wine taverns in Grinzing and many other tours are offered by the companies Cityrama, Redbus Citytours and Vienna Sightseeing Tours.
Hop On Hop Off buses ply along three routes in the city. Hop on and off where you want. Information on the attractions along the route is available in 12 languages.
Guided walks through the city, which often take peeks behind the façades, are offered on a wide range of topics and on many dates. The walks generally require a minimum of three participants; simply turn up at the relevant meeting point at the time indicated. Advance registration is not required for people traveling on their own. Groups can book each tour individually direct with the guide.
The Vienna Ring Tram is the only tram line in Vienna to travel a complete circuit of the Ringstraße. You also get audiovisual information on the splendid buildings along the boulevard.
Boat tours on the Danube and on the Danube Canal are offered by DDSG-BlueDanube. You can board at the "Vienna City" landing stage on Schwedenplatz, at the Vienna Marina and at the landing stage by the Reichsbrücke.
When are the shops open in Vienna?
Shops are usually open Mon - Fri from 9.00 am - 6.30 pm, Sat until 5.00 pm or 6.00 pm; some shopping centers are open until 8.00 or 9.00 pm from Mon-Fri. Shopping is available on Sundays and holidays at the large railway stations, at the airport and in the museum shops. More details on opening times in Vienna
What tickets are available for children and seniors on Vienna's public transport services?
Half-price tickets for children from 6 to 14 years: €1.20 in advance and €1.40 on the tram. Valid for one journey, transfers allowed, but the journey must not be interrupted. This ticket is also valid for the carriage of dogs on Vienna's public transport services.
2-journey senior ticket: € 3.00 for women and men from the age of 63. This ticket is good for two journeys on any day.
Children up to 6 years of age always travel for free on Vienna's public transport services.
During the Vienna school holidays as well as on Sunday and public holidays, all children up to 15 years (proof of age required!) ride for free on Vienna's public transport services. This rule also applies to students attending an Austrian school up to the age of 24 years - (student) ID required!
There are no multi-day tickets for children or seniors.