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Inspiring city trip

Vienna <3

Your wish come true: A weekend in the center of Vienna!
Vienna = museum of imperial styles set against contemporary architecture. Tradition is a must, openness and joy of life even more so. Charm defines this mix; the jocularity of the Viennese is its most tangible form.

The city’s must-see sights are just a stroll away from Le Méridien: the city’s First District with opera, Albertina, museums, Museumsquartier. The Naschmarkt open-air market. Vienna’s subway (up-to-date & safe): just two blocks from Le Méridien.   

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Inspiring city trip: Home of emperors and coffee houses, city of culture, of course. World capital of music. Balls. Festivities.

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Special tip:
There is a lake just 45 minutes from Vienna, that we never call anything other than the “Sea of the Viennese”. To locate it on maps however you will have to look for Neusiedler See.
A dinner on the terrace of Mole West – with a view out over the waters of the lake, and finest red wine in your glass: Say no more.

Here are further the must-sees:

Schönbrunn Palace

The famous summer residence of Habsburg emperors is conveniently reached by subway. Listed as part of the world’s cultural heritage by UNESCO, it is a pleasure palace set amidst Baroque gardens, enchanted woods and secret fountains. Europe’s oldest zoo is located just next door. Exotic creatures in the most modern zoo wrapped in a historic Baroque façade.

Vienna State Opera

Even for those who are not quite opera fans, a performance is an exhilarating experience. A passionate audience and international stars. It seems everyone wants to sing in Vienna. Annually some 200 performances of 50-60 productions are staged.


A few blocks from Le Méridien cultural superlatives can be enjoyed every evening. Here too the firmament glitters with international stars: Everyone wants to play in Vienna!

Hofburg Imperial Palace

Under construction for 1000 years, 18 wings, 2600 rooms. Residence of the Habsburgs. Today it is home to government and culture: Sisi Museum, Spanish Riding School, and Imperial Treasury. The Vienna Boys’ Choir sings every Sunday morning in the Imperial Chapel, just as it has for the past five centuries.


Twin museums (art and nature) – themselves glories of Ringstrasse architecture. Some of the world’s most famous works of art. Just across the way, imperial notions of far-away places and animals. and



Dürer’s Hare and the famed Batliner collection with works from Monet to Picasso. Graphic art, photographs, sketches by Schiele. Acclaimed special exhibitions.

Academy of Fine Arts

As old as Mona Lisa, but more mysterious still – Hieronymus Bosch’s triptych, The Last Judgement, in the Paintings Gallery – less than 200 meters from Le Méridien.


Art for explorers. If you want to experience contemporary art in matching surroundings, your next stop is 21er Haus. You will find a complimentary admission ticket in your room.

Art + Culture

The clock museum is a jewel set in a jewel-box. 3000 clocks from different periods tick away – though not all at once – in a Renaissance house in one of Vienna’s most enchanting neighborhoods.


Vienna was once known as Vindobona, or ‘good wind’. The city’s air is clear and oxygen-rich. For this we can thank the westerly winds that blow through the Vienna Woods bringing finest O2 to the city. An elegant picnic? We will pack your basket and whisk you off to the greenest spots. Unless of course you would rather take yourself there on a Vespa or Beach Cruiser.

Borrow a Vespa or Beach Cruiser


Food + Drink

You may be familiar with Demel from your guide book or from a stroll down Kohlmarkt. But our favorite pastry shop is Fruth that weds the artistry of the French pâtissier and Viennese finesse. Heaven is only two subway stations away.


Le Méridien Vienna loves fashion and design – Coco, Christian and all the other heroes! And you will love our designers just as much. Sandra Thaler and Annette Prechtl design timeless collections for the Elfenkleid label. The meridian from Margaretenstrasse to Neubaugasse is plastered with designer shops.