Hello traveller of the world!
Be welcome to enter my recently renovated apartment in the city of music and arts.
About the apartment:
Facing the sunny courtyard away from streets you can be sure not to be disturbed by any street-noise in the morning if you want to sleep in. The one-bedroom apartment on the third floor is calm and cosy and has been furnished with as much care as possible to make your stay a comfortable experience. It has a separate bathroom with a rainforest shower, separate toilet, an open-plan kitchen-living room with a bar area to sit and enjoy drinks and eat, and a separate walk-in closet to stow your belongings away.
The apartment is equipped with all you need to enjoy your stay including an internet connection with WiFi access, digital radio with Ipod docking station, cable TV, a flat screen and a DVD collection to go with it. For romantic moments at home - if you decide you don’t want to go out and relax instead - you will find a fully equipped kitchen with stove, microwave, coffee machine, cooking utensils, pots and pans, a fridge and a dishwasher. Towels are here for you too as well as a washing machine for your clothes. Supermarkets, a bakery and a newsagent can be reached within minutes of leaving the house. Bed linen is also provided.
Places near you:
Only a short walk away, the Millennium City offers a multitude of shops where you can get just about anything you might need as a traveller (anything from food to technology to fitness center to beauty salon, just to name a few) offering shopping and entertainment (bars, cafes, restaurants, a cinema, and loads of indoor activities) you might like to enjoy on a rainy day. Just over the bridge you will find yourself on the Danube promenade and only a hop away from the Danube Island (Lobau nature reserve) where there are many opportunities for outdoor activities and where the Viennese go sunbathing in the summer.
This is also a good spot to settle if you are planning to visit or are on a business trip to the Messezentrum Wien (Vienna’s biggest Exhibition Center), or visiting a conference at the Austria Center Vienna next to the UN. For relaxation and natural beauty you have the Prater, Vienna’s big funfair with the Ferris Wheel, the City center with its main pedestrian street, the Kärntner Strasse, and its little meandering side streets full of sweet little shops, many of them filled with antiquities. Then there are the cafès and the famous Naschmarkt, Vienna’s most popular market with its grocery stores and many little bars and restaurants offering foods from many nations. I am happy to give you more tips for where to go once you have arrived and will supply you with an info pack so you can get the best out of your visit.
U6, U1 (underground), S7 (railway), 11A and 11B(bus) are the most important of several transport connections from this place in different directions in and out of town. Vienna has plenty of public transport to offer and the apartment is directly connected to the very tight-knit city transport system.
If you do not want to use the public transport then you can hire a City bike from the nearest station 5 minutes away and discover Vienna on the bicycle. Vienna has a pricy parking system and the short term parking zones cover much of the city these days. If you still want to drive around with a car in Vienna there are Cars2Go here.