10$ - French toast + Melange
Very good breakfast spot with great coffee and tasty food. French toast is delicious and the portion's size is good.
Citybike Station Margaretengurtel
10$ - The rent costs €8 per 8 hours
You have to register before using the Citybike services. One-time registration fee is €1.00, this amount will be credited to your account after your registration is completed. Here you can check the station map https://www.citybikewien.at/en/fees
Take advantage of the free hour! The first hour of a ride is always free! And should you start another ride after more than a 15-minute break, you can take advantage of another "free hour".
Schonbrunn Palace (Schloss Schonbrunn)
25$ - Adults Classic Pass
Schonbrunn Palace, comparable in grandeur to Versailles, is one of the major tourist attractions in Vienna. The palace was built between 1696 and 1712 at the request of Emperor Leopold I and turned into the imperial summer palace by Maria Theresa. The Palace Park offers a lot of attractions, such as the Privy Garden, the oldest zoo in the world, labyrinth, and the Gloriette, a marble summerhouse, situated on top of a 60 meter high hill.
17$ - Columbus-Spare-Ribs + Bear
Delicious Austrian food. Big portions of awesome ribs and great variety of beers. Good place for lunch and dinner in Vienna at reasonable prices.
22$ - Combined Ticket for Upper Belvedere and Lower Belvedere. This ticket is valid for 30 days after the first visit.
The Belvedere is an integral part of Vienna’s historic scene, consisting of several palaces and an orangery that dates back to the late 17th century. It consists of the Baroque palaces, the Lower and Upper Belvedere; palace stables and the Orangery, all set in a Baroque-style park. Prince Eugene of Savoy had the complex built for this summer home. During the French Revolution, the palaces served as home to French royalty fleeing their country. The Belvedere is stunning to look at during the night when it is all lit up, and well as provides great views of Vienna.
Hofburg Palace (Hofburg)
15$ - Admission with audio guide, $19 - Admission with guide. Ticket price includes admission to the Imperial Apartments, the Sisi Museum and the Silver Collection.
The Hofburg Imperial Palace has played an integral part in the Austrian government scene since it was built in the 13th century. It has been home to some of Europe’s most powerful royalty over the centuries, including the Hapsburgs and rulers of the Holy Roman and Austro-Hungarian Empires. Today it is a museum and home to the president of Austria. The palace has numerous halls built by various royalty over the centuries, but only three parts are open to the public today: the Imperial Apartments; the Sisi Museum, dedicated to Elizabeth, wife of Emperor Franz Joseph, and the Silver Collection, a collection of Imperial household objects.
DO & CO Restaurant
40$ - Wiener schnitzel + Wine
In the heart of Vienna, you can dine in excellent gourmet restaurant while looking directly at Stephansdom. Wiener schnitzel accompanied with potato, cucumber and savoy cabbage and it's yummy.