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Its worth a visit if you're a fan of Hundertwasser. Its located out of the city centre so be prepared to walk or catch a metro/tram/bus etc. Nice and usual to look at, otherwise there's nothing else to do round here.
The Hundertwasserhaus and village is highly recommended! The exterior was renovated by an Austrian artist and architect, and opposite he did the same to an old tire shop, stopping a standard five-story building from being built and creating a narrow, oriental shopping bazar instead. I...More
It is worth to visit, but you will need to get out of the city center. Plus, try to read some info on sight before you visiting it or best option to visit with local guide or person who knows Vienna and can tell you...More
It was a bit of a trek to the Hundertwasserhaus from where we stayed (most likely you’ll want to take the tram or the ubahn) but we were glad we had visited this inspiring place. As other reviewers have mentioned, the building is somewhat rough...More
An artistic value though it is just an appartment building. Kind of nice, aesthetic way of living, if You don't mind duds like me running around with the intent to snap that perfect picture.
More of the historical value is near by Wittgestein House -...More
It’s not worth your time. First of all is located at the opposite side of the city.
You can visit it by tram no 1 and hop on
hop off busses but that busses are passing every hour and it’s not gone take more than...More
We are planning to stay 4 nights in Vienna and i am trying to make a plan. İt is like this; 1. Day : - Historic Center Of Vienna, Stephansdom, Kartnerstrasse, Anker Clock, Dinner in Figmüller 2. Day : - Hallstatt Day Trip, Cafe Sacher or Hard Rock Cafe 3. Day: Schonbrunn Palace, Hofburg Palace, Hundertwasserhaus Is it conceivable? Or do you advice changes on it?
March 09, 2015|
Day 1 is okay..... Day 2 - definitely Cafe Sacher. I was not impressed with the Hard Rock Cafe. It's definitely a tourist attraction but you can eat at a HRD nearly anywhere. Day 3 - No need to go inside BOTH Schonbrunn and Hofburg unless you are interested in the Silver Collection at the Hofburg. People will have varying opinions - you will make the final decision. Have a great time!
Need some opinions on my trip in Vienna (1 Reply)
Hello :) I have pretty much sorted out my travel schedule but just wanted to get some opinions about this particular one: Morning: Austrian National Library and Leopold Museum After lunch (maybe about 2pm): Kunst Haus - Hundertwasserhaus - Donau Kanal - Alte Donau - Danube Tower (for sunset). Would it be too dense? Do you think it's doable? Also, just to double confirm, are all these places open on Corpus Christi?
April 13, 2015|
Well, part of the Austrian National Library is closed on public holidays. The State Hall and the museums are opened regularly with following exceptions: State Hall, Esperanto Museum and Globe Museum close at 3 p.m. on December 24, at 6 p.m. on December 31. The Papyrus Museum is closed on December 24, 31 and on public holidays. Leopold Museum, Kunst Haus, Hunderwasser Museum and Danube Tower will be open. I guess it's doable, but of course it's depending on how many time you would like to...More
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How many hours I need? (1 Reply)
Hi! Can you tell me how many hours I need to visit: -Stephansdom -Hofburg -Belvedere -Staatsoper -Hundertwasserhaus -Schönbrunn Also, how much time takes the travel from the centre of Vienna to Schönbrunn? Many thanks!
August 07, 2009|
Response fromNorman C|
At least two days unless you only want to look at the outside and not go in! Travel to Schönbrunn about 20 mins.