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Johannesgasse Apartments

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
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Johannesgasse Apartments building has been renovated in 2014 from a former abbey to lovely and modern apartments.... More...

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ApartmentsInWien - Gabriele´s Apartment

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Apartments in Wien offers you the apartment "Gabrieles Apartment" in the 17th District Hernals, near Elterleinplatz und AKH. It is suitable for 3 people and you have access to free WiFi.... More...

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We have 32 hostels in Vienna with an average rating of 8.1 based on 102,929 reviews

About Vienna

Vienna might be known for its opera and architecture, but there are hidden layers to the city that include hipster hangouts, artist enclaves and everything in-between.
There are so many things to see and do, including street art, super cool bars, independent cafes and foodie-approved restaurants.

Where you find multicultural districts, independent businesses and open-minded people, you’re also sure to find some of the best hostels in Vienna.
The city is home to some of the best-known chains like Wombats and Meininger, plus a wide range of independently run properties to suit your budget.

Most of them offer a choice between shared and private rooms, have their own bars, well-equipped communal areas, gardens, laundry service, buffet breakfast, and more.
If there is anyone from Vienna working or staying in your hostel, don’t shy away from getting some local knowledge.
It’s when you scratch past the surface that the true nature of Vienna starts to become clear.

Some of the best attractions to visit are the Schönbrunn Palace, a former imperial summer residence, the Kunsthistorisches Museum,
which includes artefacts from Ancient Egypt to the modern era, plus the world famous Vienna State Opera, one of the busiest operas worldwide.

Another must-visit is Naschmarkt; Vienna’s largest outdoor market which offers a mix of delicious food and fascinating hand-crafted trinkets.
It’s surrounded by small restaurants that offer some of the best cheap food in Vienna, ranging from sushi to kebabs, and seafood to Viennese classics.

If you’re making the most of the hostel experience and making new friends, then you can also head to the Danube River in the summer for some swimming and sunbathing.
It’s impossible to cover everything that the city has to offer, but for starters, here’s 10 things to do on a budget in Vienna.

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