Hotel Daniel Vienna


Landstraßer Gürtel 5, 1030 Wien

T +43 1 90 131 0

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URBAN STAY – SMART LUXURY: Ein Hotel für moderne Reisende – zeitgemäße Gastlichkeit und smarte Urbanität, wendiger Lifestyle, der nicht einengt sondern, ganz im Gegenteil, viele Möglichkeiten eröffnet. Gut durchdachte und klar designte Zimmer, Lobby mit eigener Bakery und Shop, zum Chillen oder gratis WWW-Surfen, Bienen am Dach und Airstream im Garten, Vespas und Bikes for rent und vieles mehr. Und das alles zentral im Herzen von Wien, direkt neben dem weltberühmten Schloss Belvedere.


Das Triest
Wiedner Hauptstraße 12, 1040 Wien


Hotel Kaiserhof

Frankenberggasse 10, 1040 Wien
Tel.+43-1-505 17 01, Fax +43-1-505 88 75 88


Hotel Kugel Wien
Siebensterngasse 43 - Neubaugasse 46, 1070 Wien
Tel: +43-1-523 33 55 - Fax: +43-1-523 33 55-5
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Le Méridien Wien
Opernring 13, 1010 Wien
Tel: +43-1-588 90 0


Roomz Vienna
Paragonstrasse 1, 1110 Wien
Tel: +43-1-7431 777, Fax: +43-1-7431 888


Hotel Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom
Praterstraße 1, 1020 Wien
Tel: +43-1-906160, Fax: +43-1-906162000


The Levante Parliament
Auerspergstrasse 9, 1080 Wien
Tel. +43 1 228 28 - 0, Fax +43 1 228 28 - 28







Café Anzengruber
Schleifmühlgasse 19 , 1040 Wien
open hours: mon-sat 11:00 a.m.- 2:00 a.m.


Café Blaustern
Döblinger Gürtel 2, 1190 Wien


Café Bräunerhof
Stallburggass 2, 1010 Wien


Café Demel KuK Hofzuckerbäcker Wien
Kohlmarkt 14, 1010 Wien


Café Drechsler
Linke Wienzeile 22/Girardigasse 1, 1060 Wien
open hours: mon 8 a.m. - 2 p.m., tue - sat 3 a.m.- 2 a.m., sun 3 a.m.- 12 p.m.


Café Jelinek

Otto Bauer Gasse 5, 1060 Wien


Café Korb
Brandstätte 9, 1010 Wien
open hours: daily 8 a.m.- 12 p.m., sun 11 a.m.- 11 p.m.


Café Leopold
Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
open hours: sun-wed 10 a.m.- 2 a.m., thu-sat 10 a.m. - 4 a.m.


Café Prückl
Stubenring 24, 1010 Wien
open hours: daily 8.30 a.m.- 10 p.m.

Café Sperl
Gumpendorfer Straße 11, 1060 Wien
open hours: mon-sat 7 a.m.- 11 p.m., sun 11 a.m.- 8 p.m.



CASTILLO Bar Americano Viena
Biberstraße 8, 1010 Wien


Elektro Gönner
Mariahilferstr.101, 1060 Wien


Loos Bar
Kärntner Straße 10, 1010 Wien


Margaretenstr. 54, 1050 Wien


Tanzcafé Jenseits
Nelkengasse 3, 1060 Wien



Rechte Wienzeile 15, 1050 Wien


Schleifmühlgasse 19, 1040 Wien


Margaretenstraße 52, 1040 Wien


Comida – cuban restaurant
Stubenring 20, 1010 Wien


Wiesingerstraße 6 / Ecke Biberstraße, 1010 Wien


Pressgasse 26, 1040 Wien


Zu den drei Buchteln
Wehrgasse 9, 1050 Wien



Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
Offers a range of programs on architecture and urban planning that is unique in Austria. Also take your time to have a break at the cafeteria Una which is frequented by the Museumsquartier-crowd.


Bank Austria Kunstforum
Freyung 8, 1010 Wien
The Bank Austria Art Collection encompasses around 10,000 works and is one of the foremost collections of Austrian art. It begins in the late nineteenth century with historicism and Viennese art nouveau and places its central focus on post-1945 avant-garde painting and contemporary art.


Bawag Foundation
Wiedner Hauptstraße 15, 1040 Wien
Opened in 1995, this exhibition venue funded by the Austrian Bawag bank houses an interesting programme of contemporary art shows.


basis wien
Fünfhausgasse 5, 1150 Wien
Mainly an institution for the documentation of the production and presentation of contemporary art, the basis wien provides, among others, a database on Austrian art that is accessible online.


Prinz-Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Wien
The Belvedere is one of the most striking and signficant museums in the world and an absolute must-see for the visitor to Vienna. A unique concurrence of milestones in Austrian history and extraordinary achievements in architecture, sculpture, painting, craftsmanship and landscape design, the entire Baroque complex takes the breath away.


Generali Foundation
Wiedner Hauptstraße 15, 1040 Wien
Funded by the Generali Austria Group, the Generali Foundation houses an ambitious collection of contemporary art with an emphasis on media art from the 60ies, and temporary shows of international contemporary art. Generali Foundation houses a well arranged library and a study room, as well as a sophisticated programme of lectures and talks accompanying the exhibitions.


Kunsthalle Wien
Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
The Kunsthalle is Vienna´s largest exhibition venue for international contemporary art. In addition to the larger exhibition space at the Museumsquartier, there is a smaller project space at the Karlsplatz nearby.


Kunsthaus Wien
Untere Weißgerberstraße 13, 1030 Wien
KUNST HAUS WIEN, which was founded in 1991, has two exhibition areas: the Hundertwasser Museum and the exhibition rooms devoted to international temporary exhibitions. These are supplemented by the MuseumShop and the Café Restaurant Dunkelbunt. KUNST HAUS WIEN was established on the basis of the philosophy and artistic principles of the Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 –2000). The building itself, formerly the Thonet furniture factory, was architecturally remodelled according to Hundertwasser's own designs.


Kunsthistorisches Museum
Maria Theresien-Platz, 1010 Wien
The Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna numbers among the most important European museum buildings put up during the 19th century.


Karlsplatz 5, 1010 Wien
The Künstlerhaus is focusing on architecture, interdisciplinary theme-exhibitions and international cooperations. Great group shows, fantastic examples of exhibition architecture, such as the propellerz (www.propellerz.at) contributions to the "stealing eyeballs" and "fast forward" shows.


Leopold Museum
Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
Masterpieces of the Viennese Secessionist Movement, the Viennese Modernist Movement and the Austrian Expressionist Movement.


Liechtenstein Museum
Fürstengasse 1, 1090 Wien
The LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM and the Princely Collections bear witness to the centuries-old tradition of art collection and patronage of the Princes of Liechtenstein.
The LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM contains one of the world’s most important private collections in terms of artistic quality and variety, and its holdings are constantly being added to by further acquisitions. The main mission of the museum is that of preserving the Princely Collections for present and future generations.
The return of these art treasures to the historical setting of a residence of the Princely Family, and the manner in which they are exhibited provides an authentic picture of the history of the House of Liechtenstein, and the ways in which it has viewed art and itself.
By relating the historical background of the collection with the life and times of the princely house, the museum offers a rich all-round experience, along the lines of the ancient temples of the muses, in which all forms of artistic expression merge to form a total work of art.


Stubenring 5, 1010 Wien
This design museum mainly houses a collection of furniture from baroque to contemporary design, with a dazzling (and beautifully presented) variety of Thonet chairs. In addition, large-scale international contemporary art shows are presented in the rear part of the museum. MAK´s own library features a cozy reading room and is open on Sundays.


Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
The MUMOK´s collection comprises modern and contemporary art, focussing on American Pop Art, Fluxus, Wiener Aktionismus and Minimal Art. The presentation of the collection is in steady flow- check their website for current shows and activities, such as lectures.


Museum Start Gallery Artothek
MUSA is the name for the contemporary art collection of the Department for Cultural Affairs of the City of Vienna, along with a new art institution located beside Vienna City Hall, inaugurated in 2007. It consists of three sections:
an exhibition space for presenting works primarily from the collection,
the Start Gallery, where young, emerging Viennese artists can hold their first solo exhibitions and sell their works without commission, and the Artothek, an "art library" that gives the people of Vienna the opportunity to borrow artworks from a selection of over 1,500 drawings, watercolours and prints for a low charge (EUR 2.50 per artwork and month) for display in their own homes.


Museumsplatz 1/5, 1070 Wien
The Museumsquartier is a cultural complex combining the baroque buildings of the old Summer Riding School with contemporary architecture. It comprises a variety of cultural institutions, ranging from the Museum of Modern Art Ludwig Foundation Vienna (MUMOK) to the Kunsthalle Wien and the Leopold Museum. The Quartier 21, hosts a variety of smaller cultural institutions, open to the public. Also of interest might be a couple of shops, mostly run by Vienna´s young creatives.


Sammlung Albertina
Albertinaplatz 1, 1010 Wien
The Albertina rightly claims to house one of the largest and most valuable collections of graphic art in the world, dating back to the 200-year old collection of Duke Albert of Sachsen-Coburg. The emphasis is on Old Masters Drawings ranging from Dürer and Michelangelo to Rembrandt and Rubens. The Modern Collection includes drawings by Manet and Cezanne as well as Austrian Modern Classics Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka.


Friedrichstraße 12, 1010 Wien
Visiting the Secession is treading classic Austrian Avantgarde ground. The "Association of Visual Artists Vienna Secession" was founded in 1897 as the world´s first independent artists´ gallery. Joseph Olbrich´s stirking white cube building was completeted a year later. The Secession is still exlusively artist-run, with a very ambitious exhibition programme of international contemporary art.


21er Haus
Schweizergarten, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Wien
The 21er Haus is to be understood as a place of artistic production, reception, and reflection. The focus is on Austrian art of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries and its embedding in an international context. The Belvedere’s holdings, which will be given a permanent presence in a specially designated part of the building, will serve as a basis for research and exhibition activities. Relying on the Belvedere’s collection as a starting point, the programme, with its various formats, is meant to build a bridge between the museum’s modern architecture and contemporary art, thereby pursuing multidisciplinary and socially analytical approaches. Thematically focused temporary displays and corresponding monographic positions will concentrate on the numerous and ever more significant interrelationships among artists.

cher-Platz 1, 6020 Innsbruck