Guest room in a bright apartment, typical old Viennese building, very close to one of the main shopping street "Mariahilferstrasse", center into a walking distance. Unbeatable area for cafes, bars and restaurants.
The apartment is 10 min walk from the tube U3 and U6 and the main shopping street "Mariahilferstrasse".
If you prefer not walking, the tube U3 (that with the orange colour) leads you directly to the center. You can use city bikes as well. Some of the Mariahilferstreet is a pedestrian zone and is full of shops, bars, restaurants, cafes that you can reach by walking. You don't need to buy any ticket for public transport.
At the end of the street you will reach the center - 1st district with an amazing architecture and an unique atmosphere.
If you'd like to go to a musical and have some art night there is just the so called "Raimundtheater" down my street.
Vienna is offering a lot of opportunity not being bored and I'll do my best to help with anything I can.
City Airport Train CAT costs 11 EUR/person for one direction. In just 16min to the apartment you are at Wien Mitte/Landstraße and you need from there (with U3 to Westbahnhof, 5 min walk) around 20min.
The other option is to use the train Nr.7 (S-Bahn). It is more cheaper but you need around 50min to the city.
I suggest to use the application qando Wien to find your way around using public transportation.
Are you coming with a car?
U3 tube (last Station Erdberg) leads you directly to Park & Ride Garage
(EUR 3.40/day and EUR 17.10/week)
Smoking and candles in the apartment are prohibited and no pets are allowed.
Treat the place as it is your own, take care to be clean and be quiet after
10 pm in order not disturbing the neighbours.
I will ask you not to download anything from illegal or suspicious sites (e.g. films, songs, games) as I can have a problem and I will appreciate it if you don't walk with your street shoes in the apartment.
Check-in during the weekend is flexible.
Please bear in mind that I don't accept people with no photo and a wrong account.
It’s mostly difficult to describe yourself, especially when trying to convince other people that this place would be the right choice for you.
I would say: let other people talk. But to give you a rough picture of me, let’s begin a short introduction:
People call me differently, some cannot even pronounce my name :-), other loves it, starting with my official name Vladimira but many others given to me by my friends and family. For you I am Vladi and I am happy to welcome you in this great city that you should visit at least once. I came to Vienna around 20 yrs ago and is my home now.
I am a quite easy-going person, very artistic and always happy to meet international people.
I love to paint, playing piano and guitar makes me happy and if you can play on it, you are welcome to perform something as long as we don't disturb anyone in the neighbourhood.
I want you to feel as this is your home and if you have questions, please feel free to ask me!