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SO/ Vienna, dreamed up by rising stars in the worlds of fashion, architecture and art, shines a colourful light on the city and is dedicated to becoming the leading hotel of the Vienna avant-garde.

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The 2nd District is one of the young, up-and-coming and dynamic bohemian areas of the city.

St. Stephens Cathedral

11 minutes walkSubway 6 minutes / U1 until Stephansplatz

St. Stephen's Cathedral is the symbol of Vienna. Construction began in the 12th century. Today it is the most important Gothic building in Austria.


16 minute walkSubway 11 minutes / U1 until Praterstern

The Viennese Prater is fun and exciting, at the same time tranquil and calm. In one part you will find attractions ranging from the nostalgic merry-go-round to the ultra-modern looping track. In the other area, also known as the "Green Prater", there are wide sunbathing lawns, shady trees and quiet paths.

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MAK - Museum of Applied Arts

11 minutes walkTram 11 minutes / Line 2 until Stubentor

In a way that is virtually unparalleled by any other institution, the MAK – Museum of Applied Arts stands for the fruitful combination of the past with the future, something which can be clearly sensed and experienced when visiting its extensive collection, large exhibition halls, themed special exhibitions and discourse-centered program of events. Bringing together applied arts, design, architecture, and contemporary art is one of the museum’s core competencies.

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Vienna Old Town

11 minutes walkSubway 6 minutes / U1 until Stephansplatz

Vienna values ​​its own touch, from fashion and accessories, jewelery and souvenirs to the finest delicacies. Luxury fans looking for high-quality products will find what they are looking for around the Graben and Kohlmarkt.


30 minutes walkSubway 12 minutes / U1 until Stephansplatz and U3 until Volkstheater

The MuseumsQuartier Wien is one of the largest cultural areas in the world. On the outskirts of the city center, in the former imperial stables, it combines facilities from a wide variety of art disciplines, restaurants, cafés and shops in a post-modernist combination of baroque buildings and modern architecture.

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National History Museum

26 minutes walkTram 19 minutes / line 2 until Ring/Volkstheater

The Vienna Natural History Museum is one of the most important natural science museums in the world. His earliest collections are over 250 years old.

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Art History Museum

26 minutes walkTram 19 minutes / line 2 until Ring/Volkstheater

The Kunsthistorisches Museum was built in 1891 near the Imperial Palace to house the extensive collections of the imperial family. With its vast array of eminent works and the largest Bruegel collection in the world, it is considered one of the most eminent museums in the world.

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