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5.0 stars 10/14/2016
The kitchen should at least have one sharp bread knife. The apartment was very quiet and the location could not have been better. Since we stayed for 3 weeks it was very nice to have a washing machine and iron. The bed was fantastic.Horst reviewed Luxury Apartment Violetta in Hofburg
5.0 stars 09/04/2016
The apartment was very spacious, light and breezy. We were a family of 7 adults. The terrace was an added bonus. The apartment was well furnished, everything seemed new, and all the facilities you would need were there. A quiet area, but plenty of restaurants and the fun park was just a short walk. We didn't use public transport, but it all seemed very close. Short walk to a supermarket at the train station and a 20 to 30 minute walk into the city. Really enjoyed our stay here.shelley reviewed 120m² Spacious and Stylish Apartment III in Praterstern Wien Nord
5.0 stars 09/04/2016
Perfekt Wohnung sowohl für die Stadt zu besuchen als auch für berufliche ausgaben. Das Apartament liegt nah dem Zentrum in ein sehr schöner, ruhiger aber auch lebendiger Bezirk. Alle geräte lauften gut und alles war nett und modern. Vielleicth wäre ein grosserer Schrank willkommen wenn eines Kleidung für ein paar Woche geplannt hat. Aber alles toll. Danke!!JUAN-ANTONIO reviewed Tolle Altbauwohnung mit Balkon in Margareten
The City of Music, the City of the Mind: Vienna
Once the capital of the expansive Holy Roman Empire, Vienna is still one of Europe’s most regal cities. The Austrian capital has been voted the most livable city in the world and 9flats.com gives you the chance to experience life in Vienna first-hand by offering vacation rentals in the best locations within the city. Explore the baroque palaces, the beautiful parks and find hidden treasures at the flea markets, all while traveling in comfort when you use 9flats.com. With a variety of vacation rentals to choose from, live among the locals and get a taste of what authentic Viennese life is like.
Chocolate, Mozart, and Freud: Vacation Rentals in Vienna
Vienna is the city of music and is home to more famous composers than any other city in the world. In 2006, the city reopened Mozart’s house to the public. Now a museum, it is locally known as the Figarohaus, since that is where he wrote the acclaimed Figaro. Sprinkled with palaces, gardens, and opera houses, the entire city center of Vienna is a UNESCO world heritage site. After you revel in the magnificent architecture of the palaces of imperial Vienna tap into the mind of Vienna and visit the Sigmund Freud museum, which is set in the library of his home.
Choosing vacation rentals from 9flats.com is a perfect way to travel in comfort and also stay in an ideal location while getting tips from locals. Choose from vacation rentals in places like Margareten, Vienna’s multicultural neighborhood, or holiday rentals in Wieden where many artists and students live. After a long day of marveling at all that Vienna has to offer, sit back and enjoy some fine Viennese wine and chocolate, while perhaps planning your visit to Vienna’s Tiergarten, the world’s oldest zoo, from the comfort of your holiday rental.
Vacation Apartments Beyond Vienna
After Vienna, explore the rest of Austria through 9flats.com, which offers vacation rentals in Salzburg. Here you can visit the birthplace of Mozart, shop along the Getreidegasse and climb to the imposing Festung Hohensalzburg fortress. Right across the border is Budapest, Hungary’s fascinating and historic capital city. With a holiday rental in Budapest you can explore the two cities Buda and Pest, which occupy opposite banks of the great Danube River. Wherever you go in central Europe, and indeed around the world, make sure you have the most authentic travel experience by choosing your accommodations on 9flats.com.
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