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Hundertwasser Village

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Kegelgasse 37-39, Vienna 1030 Austria
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Save time while visiting one of Vienna's most popular attractions, Schonbrunn Palace (Schloss Schonbrunn), with this skip-the-line ticket and guided tour. Breeze past the often-long entry lines and proceed on a guided tour to learn much more than you would while exploring independently. Spend time listening to in-depth commentary from a guide and then get the opportunity for some free time to explore on your own.
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Tiberiu_Baranyi wrote a review Apr 2020
Timisoara, Romania4,898 contributions13,258 helpful votes
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Indeed once you get to Hudertwasser House across the street you will find this ... this don't even now how to call it - it is a gift shop conglomerate with a bar , with part of the workshop of the architect upstairs , etc. (plus it has a public restroom at the basement, you need to pay 50 Eurocents if I recall it right - just in case you need restroom). The reason behind this - there were actually 2 : - gift shop at one of the landmarks of the city - so you can find a lot of trinkets as a memory at this place - once the house (Hundertwasser House) was finished tourists tended to lose common sense and became annoying to the actual inhabitants of the apartment building, trying to get in the apartments to see how actually those are built. So the city took measures and open this place for the curious so they can actually see some of the architectural features used in the apartment building. And indeed you can have an idea by visiting the Village - the visit is free by the way if you don't want a guided tour of the workshop. Overall interesting well worth stepping in for a few minutes and get a closer look at the architects work.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Moira R wrote a review Mar 2020
Portsmouth, United Kingdom5 contributions6 helpful votes
Have to say I love the Hunderwasser House and Village. Definitely a must see if you go to Vienna. A little bit nuts but wonderful.....The village has one of the most delightful and craziest public toilets I have ever seen. No straight, lines anywhere . Having been about 4 times it’s sad to say the ground floor of the “village” has got a bit tacky . But the upstairs shop is still very much worth a visit.Lovely well chosen stock.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Gareth S wrote a review Feb 2020
Grimsby, United Kingdom39 contributions57 helpful votes
This was a sweet thing to go to, quirky and fun, and some little gift shops to go round although they are a little overpriced
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Date of experience: February 2020
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greenmind0428 wrote a review Dec 2019
College Park, Maryland403 contributions77 helpful votes
A collection of gift shops that are inspired by the ideas of Hundertwasser. Some of them are actually really interesting, like the ceramics store that uses his patterns, but most are just what can be found elsewhere in Vienna in the way of souvenirs with a t-shirt or two showing the architect's work. There is a nice little cafe in the middle that was good for sitting down and escaping the weather. And there are definitely Hundertwasser architectural elements throughout as it was one of his designs. Worth a peek in but not much more.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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lyndenm2017 wrote a review Dec 2019
Melbourne 30 contributions52 helpful votes
We found the architectural appearance of the homes very interesting and when we went to the village opposite it was great to be able to walk through the complex to feel what the homes would be like. There are a couple of nice cafes.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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