Explore 15 holiday lettings available in Vienna and find a wonderful place for a relaxing holiday. Our website instantaneously evaluates the holiday rentals , allowing you to save up to 69%.
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Listed above are our most frequently used filters in Vienna and the number of holiday rentals that include them. Many accommodation options in Vienna include internet or TVs, which makes it a fantastic holiday destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time. Fewer rentals in Vienna are available if you want a rental with a pool or you want a rental with a jacuzzi , as pools and jacuzzis are not very common amenities in Vienna.
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In Vienna, nearly half of the accommodation types in Vienna are apartment rentals, which represent 49.95% of the listed properties. The average cost of this particular type of property is £125 a night, with an average area of 59 m². Furthermore, these holiday properties tend to be ideal for medium-sized groups and families, as most can accommodate 4 people. Hotel rooms are the second most available accommodation type in Vienna. Our data shows that the median price of hotel rooms is £190 per night for an area of 36 m².
Find a comfortable aparthotel or holiday apartment for your weekend break in Vienna - a cultural jewel with Old World charm
This alluring central European city, former capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, will waltz its way into your heart with its legendary gemuetlichkeit, or comfort. Your inviting Vienna aparthotel is ideally situated to experience a myriad of cultural offerings, architectural gems, culinary delights, and nearby excursions. Whether you're enjoying a Mozart opera or Strauss waltz, museum hopping to view Klimt in the Museum Quarter, or treating yourself to a mocha and apple strudel, Vienna offers a tantalizing menu for every taste.
Where to find the best food in Vienna?
Culinary extravaganza: cakes, coffee, and schnitzel
Having built up an appetite walking through Vienna's gorgeous parks, such as the Stadtpark (City Park) or the Volksgarten (People's Garden), you'll be content to know that your Vienna accommodation is likely within close proximity of a cafe, bakery, or restaurant. Famed cafes, once regularly frequented by renowned literary figures or the likes of Freud, as well as lesser-known options, are sprinkled about town, and to this day are central to Vienna's old-world appeal as well as its contemporary social life. Particularly famous historic cafes include Cafe Central and Cafe Mozart.
Delight in a heavenly slice of Vienna's signature chocolate sachertorte to accompany your coffee. Don't forget the whipped cream. Visit the popular Naschmarkt to shop for mouth-watering fruits and vegetables or to enjoy Wiener schnitzel with potato salad, a national favourite.
What are the top sights in Vienna?
Attractions: What to see and do in Vienna
Take a short walk to St. Stephen’s Cathedral in the old town and tour its large towers. The towers offer you a breathtaking view of this beautiful city. Its Romanesque interior design is a sight to behold. Do not leave the building without visiting the treasury which harbours ecclesiastical objects such as chalices and censers.
Spend a day at the Spanish Riding School and see a well-coordinated spectacle of Lipizzan horses in performance. Take a guided tour of the facility to learn more about its operation and meet the horses as well. Keep in mind that you are forbidden from taking photographs during the training session.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Vienna?
Something exquisite for every cultural fancy
For an overview of the city's layout and remarkable architecture, try a relaxing trolley car ride or walk around the inner city's ring (Ringstrasse). You'll be awestruck by the opulence of the Parliament, City Hall, and Burgtheater (the national theatre). Buying a short-term public transport pass (online, or at any underground station or tobacconist) makes it easy to move about town conveniently.
Spend an afternoon viewing historical master work paintings at the Art History Museum, or amid one of the world's largest print collections at the Albertina Museum. As Vienna is also known as the city of music, take in a concert of the philharmonic at the Musikverein concert hall or an opera or ballet at the lavish Vienna State Opera, built in 1869. You might also relish watching a play at the quaint Biedermeier-style Josefstadt Theatre in the city's eighth district.
Where are the unique attractions in Vienna?
Nearby outings: a palace set in a forest
Your Vienna holiday rental makes it easy to visit the Baroque Schoenbrunn Palace, the former Habsburg imperial summer residence. Try a tour of its majestic interior of over 1400 rooms and vast, sculpture-filled gardens. For a refreshing change of pace, you'll enjoy strolling the hills and vineyards of the surrounding Vienna Woods, perhaps stopping off for a glass of local wine. The stunning panoramic view may just deepen your growing fondness for this phenomenal destination.
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Vienna?
The average nightly price for a holiday home in Vienna is £21.
How many holiday homes are available to book in Vienna?
October is the time of year with the highest amount of Apartment rentals and Hotel rooms available in Vienna, so you'll find plenty of great holiday deals during this month.
Am I allowed to bring my pet when staying in a Vienna holiday home?
Dogs are welcome in Vienna, which is home to 3,447 pet-friendly holiday homes.
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