Lebkuchen hearts, steins of beer, Austrian traditional clothes Dirndl and Lederhosen, folk and pop music is what you will get, but also the little something Viennese that comes with it: exquisite Viennese cuisine and of course Viennese wines!!!
The long night of museums will take place for the 12th time this year on October 1st. Sponsored by the ORF – the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, this event tries to bring culture closer to the people. More than 660 museums and galaries all over Austria will participate in this event and you can visit as many places in one county as you like with only 1 ticket. Museums and galaries are going to be open from 6pm to 1am.
The Vienna wine-hiking days will take place this weekend on September 24th and 25th. There are two different routes leading through the Viennese vineyards, offering breathtaking views, healthy & sporty activity and lots and lots of opportunities to sit down and taste Viennese wine and local food in one of the Heurigen along the way.
This is your place to be: „Die Burgermacher“ („the burger-makers“). Here you can find THE burger for your individual and personal taste.
Everything is home-made: the bread rolls, the fries and their ketchup. All the ingredients come from local farms and the meat, from small Austrian businesses, is delivered daily. The restaurant’s menu varies, because the owners emphasise the seasonality of their products.
Vienna’s Rathausplatz will change its face once again this year and become stage to the famous circus Roncalli. Celebrating its 35th birthday next year the circus will stay in Vienna from September 13th to the 20th of October and will host an extraordinary show to pay tribute to its anniversary. There will be exciting artistry and breathtaking acrobatics with artists from Brasil to Russia and from Spain to England.
All staff members of Boutiquehotel Stadthalle joined a training to learn how to extinguish a fire and how to evacuate the hotel in case of danger. This training, done on a regular basis, is compulsory by law and was held by Mr. Michael Schachel an expert for fire protection and fire control. The 4 hour course was interesting and full of action. Different types of fires were discussed and the different types of fire extinguishers were shown. The funniest part was when every one of us tried out the different fire extinguishers. The handling is very simple. The test alarm and evacuation also worked well and arriving guests were happy to be greeted by 30 staff members upon their arrival:-)
Here are some photos to get an impression of our experiences!
Do you like to take long walks? Then we have something of interest for you: Did you know that there are guided walks through Vienna’s city centre?
Here are some of their advantages over sightseeing tours by bus:
The couple came to visit us last week and enjoyed their free weekend with us.
Thank you for participating in our drawing and thank you for being our guests once again! It was great to have you here!:-)
Waldviertel is a region in lower Austria, close to Vienna. Every year a large celebration takes place on Heldenplatz in Vienna, to celebrate this region. 90 exhibitors from the various areas in Waldviertel get together to present and celebrate Waldviertel’s culinary, traditional and regional specialities. Different types of beer, wines and schnaps, local food specialities, lots of information about the regions and about interesting tourist destinations –day trips, as well as holidays- are presented there. But there will also be a lot of action present. Children can try to milk cows, different handcrafts are shown such as basket making, there will be a fashion show of Austrian traditional “Trachten” dress and of course many music acts during these 3 days.
Visit Waldviertel pur from August 29th to August 31st at Heldenplatz, just opposite of Rathausplatz and its film festival, and enjoy some delightful local snacks or buy an Austrian Dirndl!?:-)
Boutiquehotel Stadthalle wishes a pleasant experience!
The Twin City Liner is a fast ferry that travels between Vienna and Bratislava. This highspeed boat travels at a speed of 60km/h on the Danube and makes it possible for you to reach Bratislava in no time.
Board the ferry in the city of Vienna (Schwedenplatz) and 75 minutes late your will arrive in the city centre of Bratislava. This way you can visit two cities in one day, ideal for tourists with little time and a whole lot of Europe to see:-). Vienna and Bratislava are Europe’s two capital cities, which are located closest to each other at a short distance of only 60km.
To reach Boutiquehotel Stadthalle from Schwedenplatz take the underground U1 to Stephansplatz and change there to U3. Get off at Westbahnhof.