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Vienna is a fascinating city and combines, like no other, the flair and charm of different eras with the modern and hip of a modern metropolis.

We would like to share our enthusiasm for "OUR VIENNA" with you. The sights and places listed here represent only a very small selection of the many possibilities for exploration.

Let us inspire you, best in person at Hotel Lucia, and provide you with many insider tips and stories ...

Wiener Stadthalle (9 minutes' walk)

Vienna Museum of Technology (10 minutes' walk)

Schönbrunn Palace (5 minutes by bus)

Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna (7 by underground)

Church at Steinhof (15 minutes by public transportation)

St. Stephen's Cathedral (10 minutes by underground)

Hundertwasser House Vienna (5,3 km)

Kahlenberg (8.8 km)


Technisches Museum Vienna

Wiener Stadthalle


After a short walk through the so-called Nibelungenviertel, one of the green oases of our city awaits you: the Schmelz recreation area. The former parade and drill ground became famous in the 19th century, especially for its spring parades for Emperor Franz Joseph I, and is now home to an extensive allotment garden settlement.



More sights

Dimitrij Simulevski's recommendations:

• Karlskirche
• 3. Mann Tour
• Xocolat Manufaktur

Karlskirche | © unsplash.com / Nathalie Stimpfl

The Karlskirche - one of the most beautiful baroque churches in Central Europe - offers you the unique opportunity to experience unimagined impressions. Take a panoramic lift under the church dome and enjoy the unique view as well as the world-famous dome fresco by Salzburg Baroque painter Johann Michael Rottmayr. www.karlskirche.at

From the Karlskirche it is only a stone's throw to Karlsplatz, where you will find the entrance to the "wondrous" world of Vienna's sewers. The chase of Orson Welles alias Harry Lime in the film "The Third Man" became world famous and with it the Viennese sewer system. Today, the Vienna Sewerage System presents itself as the most modern sewage system, combining technological innovations with great history. Interested visitors can take a look into this mystified city beneath the city, follow the tracks of the famous penicillin smuggler Harry Lime and learn exciting stories and interesting news from Vienna's underworld. www.drittemanntour.at

So much excitement calls for a sweet reward: In the "Xocolat Manufaktur", the finest chocolate creations and pralines are made in elaborate handicraft. www.xocolat.at


Austrian National Library

Kunsthaus Wien - Museum Hundertwasser

If you are interested in extraordinary architecture, a visit to the Kunsthaus Wien is worthwhile. The former factory was converted into a museum according to the designs of the Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The imaginatively designed building is characterised by irregularly used elements of glass, metal, bricks wood or ceramic tiles. In addition to a permanent exhibition of works by Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the museum also hosts very interesting temporary exhibitions by other artists.


Green Vienna

Children in Vienna

Children are very welcome at the Lucia!

As a father of three children of different ages, Dimitrij Simulevski is no stranger to travelling with children. Here, too, Vienna knows how to inspire and offers a range of opportunities to discover great things with children and entertain them.

Wien | © unsplash.com / Dimitry Anikin

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