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Viennese nightlife: somewhat lively, somewhat cool but always with the famous “Schmäh“
Wiener Nachtleben

Viennese nightlife: somewhat lively, somewhat cool but always with the famous “Schmäh“

When staying in Vienna you should definitely enjoy a cooled wine during blue hour in one of the popular local wine taverns called “Heuriger” and later on there should be some time for having a beer at a typical “Beisl”. But: What about the rest of the night? During sunset at the latest you should start thinking about your nightlife – if not you will regret it bitterly.

Nightlife under the subway or in an edgy club – Everything is only a short hop away from the hotel

Vienna is an exciting city for night crawlers – for the elegant ones, for people who love the alternative lifestyle, for intellectuals, for the cool ones – actually for everybody. Boutiquehotel Stadthalle Wien is the perfect spot to start from when you’re planning to spend the night at Vienna’s famous edgy clubs, shabby-genteel pubs or fancy discos and lounges. The Gürtel pubs and clubs in the arches under the elevated subway, the 7th district with its alternative art scene, the 6th district with the famous Mariahilfer Street as well as the 1st district with the elegant pubs and clubs are only a stone’s throw away from the hotel. You can either walk or take the tube nearby; on weekends and on the nights before bank holidays the tube rides all night long.

Pop, punk, funk or disco music: Vienna’s got everything

If you feel like dancing to Britpop or Punk music go to the Chelsea club. If you prefer hanging around at a hip scene meeting place for alternative music you should visit Flex club. And if you feel like shaking your legs to disco, RnB or House music the stylish Volksgarten is the perfect place for you.

Summer time in Vienna

There is no better time of the year to stay in Vienna than during summer. When it’s getting warmer in the evening the restaurants, “Beisl” and “Heurige” often serve dinner outside. Music fans are recommended to visit the Danube Island where open-air concerts take place. After a long and exciting night, night crawlers finally visit the famous Vienna Naschmarkt that opens at 6 a.m. to prepare for the next party night with a typical Viennese breakfast.

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