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Daytrips from Vienna

There are a lot of places in the vicinety of Vienna, and with good transportation also further you can do daytrips.

Updated November 5, 2017
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  1. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Vienna, Austria
    In good weather this is a very nice daytrip, take the train from Hauptbahnhof or Westbahnhof to Melk, it is a short walk from the train station to the Stift (abbey) Melk, entrancefee €11, with a tour €13, garden only €4, opening times: April …
  2. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Laxenburg, Austria
    The Alte (old) Schloss Laxenburg was built in the 13. century, sinc the 14 century owned by the Habsburgs, destroyed by the Ottomans in 1683 and rebuilt. Today there is the Filmarchiv Austria http://filmarchiv.at/ The Neue (new) Schloss, also called…
  3. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Salzburg, Austria
    Bad Ischl is the main town of the Salzkammergut, where salt was (and stil is) mined and processed, Austrian since the 13. century. The heyday of Ischl starts in the 19th century. 1823 was the founding year for the first Ischler Spa. Bad Ischl was fro…
  4. Average priced "Restaurants, Cafes & Food" in Bad Ischl, Austria
    The Konditorei Zauner is a traditional Austrian Cafe Konditorei, for having cake and coffee in the afternoon. A cafe and pastry shop since 1832 and was in imperial times a "k.u.k. Hoflieferant". One off the best pastry shops of Austria, very traditio…
  5. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Brno, Czech Republic
    For visiting the Villa Tugenhat it is compulsary to book a tour (max. 15 persons, 300 CZK for 60 minutes 350 CZK for 90 minutes), there is a online booking system which did show in July everthing full until October, now some dates for the 90 minute t…
  6. Very cheap "General Tips & Advice" in Brno, Czech Republic
    In the Integrated Public Transport System of the South Moravian Region you can use all the existing transport modes in the South Moravian Region as well as in the city of Brno. You can travel in local trains, regional busses, public city transport of…
  7. Cheap "General Tips & Advice" in Vienna, Austria
    Busterminal VIB: Erdbergstraße 200 A Telefon: +43 1 798 29 00 Used by Eurolines, Blaguss, Flixbus, Westbus, Volanbusz, LeoExpressand others for Klagenfurt, Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Prag, Bratislava/Airport, Budapest, Zagreb, Triest, L'viv ... …
  8. Average priced "General Tips & Advice" in Vienna, Austria
    There are up to 5 regular boats per day from late March until late October from Vienna to Bratislava from € 20 to € 35. http://www.twincityliner.com/ There is a hydrofoil from Vienna to Budapest, € 109: http://www.ddsg-blue-danube.at/de/lini…
  9. Cheap "General Tips & Advice" in Vienna, Austria
    Bratislava airport is used by Ryan Air and has a decent bus connection to Vienna, € 5 to 10 Bus from Busterminal Suedtirolerplatz (S1, S9, U1, tram O and 18): Slovak Lines / Postbus, first leaving at 6.00 arriving at 7.45 at Bratislava Airport,…
  10. Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Vienna, Austria
    A quite easy but nice hike, from Kahlenberg to Nussdorf, about 3,5 kilometer mostly downhill, maybe with some wine tasting. You take first bus 38A from Heiligenstadt, U4 end station, to Kahlenberg (only every second 38A goes that far, the others go …
  11. Very cheap "Restaurants, Cafes & Food" in Vienna, Austria
    The main reason to go there is the view witch is simply great, you sit in the middle of vineyards see the Danube and parts of Vienna, best to go there on a nice summer day. The food is the usual Heurigen food bread spreads like Liptauer (cheese), fas…
  12. Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Budapest, Hungary
    The Hungarian Jugendstil did have a political function as well showing by using traditional styl elements the opposition to Vienna and the more or less official "ärarischem" Baroque like style. A good place to start is the Iparmüvészeti múzeum (…
  13. Cheap "General Tips & Advice" in Vienna, Austria
    Vienna is one of the safest towns in europe, and public transport is quite save (but after midnight only every 30 minutes, running on a different grid), and tramways and buses go everywhere. A single ticket is € 2,20 at ticket machines, 24 hours …
  14. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Vienna, Austria
    Wien Hauptbahnhof (central station) is now working: almost all trains (including some trains to the airport) leave now from the Hauptbahnhof Get there with tram D, O, 18, bus 13A or and metro U1 https://tickets.oebb.at/en/ticket Wien Westbahnhof…
  15. Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Purkersdorf, Austria
    There was a mineral spring on the property of the later Sanatorium Purkersdorf. The industrialist Victor Zuckerkandl bought it and the architect Josef Hoffmann built it between 1904 to 1905 as a sanatorium. Next to it was built in the same time the V…
  16. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Klosterneuburg, Austria
    Klosterneuburg is a easy daytrip from Vienna. Margrave Leopold III of Babenberg did build his residence in the upper town of Klosterneuburg (then Nivviburc/Neuenburg) in 1113. The Habsburg Albrecht I built in 1288 a new castle as his residence. The f…
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  17. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Bratislava, Slovakia
    Bratislava is a very easy daytrip from Vienna. See the easy to walk Old Town, the Castle, the Blue Church and some other Jugendstil buildings and some of the weird Soviet buildings. By frequent buses from € 5 (online booking) from Vienna VIB term…
  18. Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Bratislava, Slovakia
    In communist times there where several unusual building built in Bratislava- One of them is the Slovenský rozhlas, Slovak radio building, it is shaped like an inverted pyramid, the project began in 1967 and was finished in 1983 and is 80 meters tal…
  19. Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Bratislava, Slovakia
    The Blue Church, consecrated to Elisabeth of Hungary, was built in 1907 to 1908 by Ödön (Edmund) Lechner in Hungarian Jugendstil together with the next door Gymnázium (high school) and vicarage. Originaly the church was painted in pastel colors si…
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