Selection of Holiday rentals in Vienna
Are you looking for the perfect apartment to rent in the Austrian capital? Here you will find the cheapest apartments in Vienna for your getaway to Central Europe. Compare hundreds of apartments in Innere Stadt near the Rathausplatz and save up to 35%. Don’t wait any longer - get your accommodation in Vienna city centre from £18 a night. Crossed by the Danube River, this imperial city is a classic treasure located at the foot of the Alps. The capital of Austria is ideal for a cultural getaway, such as the famous Vienna State Opera, the Schörbrunn and Hofburg palaces, or the palace complex of Belvedere. For those who want to explore the more alternative districts of Vienna, we recommend that you choose the areas of Neubau and Wieden. Choose between our partners and over one hundred more apartments and save on your trip. This way you will have a larger budget for a good Schnitzel or a delicious Sacher pie. Look no further, your holiday accommodation awaits you. Live like a Viennese and stop and smell the coffee - you can amble along the Donaukanal and fall into any of the fantastic wine taverns that the city has to offer, or take in the sights of this imperial city or enjoy its classical music offering. If you book a short-stay apartment in Vienna, you will be nestled comfortably near the Alpine peaks which are perfect if you’re looking to enjoy the city at a leisurely pace while making the most of a hike outdoors. Vienna occupies top spot for culture in Europe with the likes of Paris, Florence, Venice and Prague, and we can guarantee you an unforgettable experience. If you’re looking for something more upmarket you can enjoy a serviced apartment in Vienna and enjoy the grandeur of the city and its haute culture ranging from classical music to dance, however it is also entirely possible to experience this city on a budget and find the best of cheap accommodation in the city. That’s where we come in - we make sure that you are getting the most for your money and can find you hundreds of beautiful apartments in a matter of seconds from a range of partners. We want that you can Viennese waltz through the booking process with relative ease and make the most of your trip to this Baroque capital.
Self catering in the capital of Austria
Vienna is located in a valley of Alpine forest at the foot of mountains themselves. As capital city of Austria, this classic city is the second most populous city in Central Europe (only behind Berlin). The Viennese capital is a monumental city whose historic centre has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. If you are looking for a place to stay in Vienna, these are the best areas to get your Vienna accommodation:
- Innere Stadt: This is the most famous district of Vienna and the one that houses the main monuments of the city. The central apartments in Vienna are ideal for strolling around emblematic places in the Old Town such as the Ringstrasse or the Rathausplatz, or for visiting the palaces or going to the Opera.
- Neubau area: This is also known as the arts district. In Neubau you will find galleries, avant-garde shops, charming cafes and bars full of Viennese and tourists. If you want your studio apartment in Vienna to be located in a lively area with a bohemian feel, this is the perfect neighbourhood for you.
- Wieden: This is one of the most alternative Viennese districts. Located south of the Karlsplatz, here you will find numerous art galleries, the Technical University of Vienna and a host of cosy cafes. It is one of the best places to stay in Vienna for young travellers, because they can explore outside the limits of the "Classic Vienna", and discover its more multicultural and dynamic face.
- Ladstrasse: This is the largest district of the imperial city, and mainly a residential area for the Viennese. You’ll end up here if you take the train that connects the city with the Vienna airport. In this district you’ll find the Belvedere district and the Stadtpark. It is another interesting area to find private apartments for rent that aren’t too far from the centre.
When to visit Wien
The best time to travel to Vienna is certainly during the summer, when the temperatures are more pleasant for touristic activities. During the month of July, the price of apartments in Vienna start at around £22 per night, so visiting during the high season is quite economical. Prices rise slightly during the month of December, usually up to £38 per night, due to the popularity of the Austrian Christmas markets. In Vienna you can find up to ten different markets on the Rathausplatz and in other squares across the city. The best way to get to Vienna is to fly - the Vienna International Airport is located around 11 miles away from the city and you can travel there by train (CAT) which will drop you off close to the Stadpark. If you’re travelling from Bratislava, you can take the train and arrive in the capital in approximately one hour. Once you’re in the historic centre, you can buy the Vienna Card which is a ticket for tourists to use public transport. For less than € 15 you can use the tram, bus and metro as much as you want to move around the Austrian capital, and to save even more we suggest you choose one of our options for self catering in Vienna.
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What to do in Vienna
There are so many great things to see in this beautiful Austrian city , and we have taken the time to compile the best for your stay in your self catering Vienna apartment.
- St Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna: Also known in German as ‘Stephansdom’, this is he main Roman Catholic Church in the city which can be found in Stephansplatz in the city centre.
- Hofburg: A palace that was built by the Habsburgs and has many beautiful baroque interiors to marvel at.
- Schonbrunn Palace: A lavish palace that dates back to the rococo period, with a garden maze and decorous rooms to explore.
- Belvedere, Vienna: Beautiful Baroque palaces with a notable Klimt collection to enjoy.
- Prater: This is a large park in the city that has many old style amusements, including a giant wheel that dates back to 1897! It is open 24 hours a day.
- Vienna State Opera: This opera house is known across the world, and has many different productions in various languages and guided tours.
- Kunsthistorisches Museum: An art museum which is situated in an incredible palatial building and has an octagonal dome.
- Leopold Museum: This houses one of the largest collections of Austrian modern art from the likes of Gustav Klimt and many more.