My partner and I travelled to Vienna to visit all of the locations featured in the Richard Linklater film "Before Sunrise". We managed to cover the lot in three days, and this was by far the hardest to find. It was also the most spectacular, and certainly worth the eight blisters that formed on my feet on the way there.
Essentially it's a small cemetery, surrounded by pretty much nothing to see and nothing to do. I'm tempted to conclude that it must be its baffling remoteness and quietude that makes it such a magical and atmospheric place to be. When we got there, we walked around, took some photos and sat on a bench for a while. It was thoroughly calming and peaceful, and the mission to get there just felt like part of the adventure.
It's not a holiday we'll soon forget, and Friedhof der Namenlosen will always be a highlight.