Himberg special tips for things to do in Vienna
These bars, restaurants, and clubs are a must-see during your trip to Vienna
A mixture of artists, a vortex of dancing among Vienna's stars and starlets: the Himberg insider tips take you to Vienna's most popular or most extraordinary places. Enjoy your city breaks in Vienna!
A city break in Vienna is not complete without a visit to a traditional coffee house. You will be spoilt for choice:
Traditional coffee houses in Vienna
- Café Sperl
Gumpendorfer Str. 11
- Café Hawelka
The artists' coffee house in Vienna
- Kleines Café – where best selling authors, artists and actors meet
Clubs and bars in Vienna
- The Loft: Exhibitions and mini concerts take place in the little café on the ground floor. On the first floor, a large bar awaits you with comfortable seating, to chat and listen to music at a pleasant volume. Then have a dance in the basement.
- Klub im Palais Kinsky: A hot spot in Vienna's city centre. Well dressed dancers shake it underneath baroque vaults and amongst modern italian designer furniture.
Restaurants and bars in Vienna
- Holy Moly am Badeschiff: The culinary Badeschiff boat on the Danube canal is firmly in the hands of star chef Christian Petz, captain of the Kitchen. Christian Petz was already an award-winning chef before he boarded the boat.
Danube canal between Urania and Schwedenplatz
open daily 5pm to 1am, kitchen closes at 11pm
- Bräunerhof: Where the Viennese eat their Strudel, the waiter is called "Ober", and the interior is "gemütlich".
- Neni im Zweiten: The menu offers Israeli cuisine and recipes from all over the world. From the wood fired oven you can smell steaks, quail, and various other delicacies cooking.
Erdgeschoß im Stilwerk
open daily 8am to 2am
Himberg tips: What to do on a quick visit to Vienna
Those with little time to explore Vienna should start their Vienna tour at the Prater amusement park. From the top of the Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel, you get a view over all of Vienna at once. The ferris wheel runs from 10 am September to March, and from 9 am April to September. Next, you should take a ride on the Vienna Ring Tram. It takes you past all the magnificent buildings on the Ring street going around the First District. If you spot a nice looking coffee house from the tram window just get off the tram and treat yourself to a Melange coffee. If you have time left, you should visit Vienna's signature landmark – St. Stephen's cathedral.