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von Andie Katschthaler

It would be absurd to claim that you can see all of Vienna in a mere 72 hours. However, you can’t always pick and choose how much time you have in a city. So make the best of your time and find out what all you can do in 3 days in Vienna. …

von Andie Katschthaler

Vienna and international cuisine go hand in hand, so it’s no surprise that the culinary range at Hotel Daniel Vienna is excitingly broad. The dishes you can indulge in include Italian Burrata, Indian vegetable curry, and the very British fish & chips. But it’s the Middle Eastern dishes that hold a special place on the Hotel Daniel menu, be it the Isreali shakshuka or the popular falafel dish called “Straight from Naschmarkt.” …

von Andie Katschthaler

Seven years in a row, Vienna has placed first in Mercer’s “Quality of Living” survey. But what exactly is it that makes Vienna so “livable”? While political, social and economic conditions - safety, in particular — are key aspects for the Mercer study, the survey also takes environmental factors, public transport, etc. into account. …

von Andie Katschthaler

It only takes 8 minutes to get from the Hotel Daniel Vienna to the Belvedere, which houses many collections and exhibitions. Rain or shine, the Belvedere is the perfect place to spend the day and enjoy some art. The two Belvedere palaces are surrounded by grounds that stretch from the Gürtel all the way to Schwarzenbergplatz. The palace was built at the beginning of the 18th century for Prince Eugene of Savoy. It comprises the Upper Belvedere, the Lower Belvedere and the huge palace gardens. The Belvedere Palace is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also part of the Belvedere are the Orangery, the 21er Haus, and the Winter Palace, which is located a bit away from the main complex, further towards the inner city. …

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