Though modest, the exhibition in Haydn’s last residence was revamped in 2009 and focuses on Vienna as well as London during the late...
The stark outside walls of the Flakturm (flak tower) in Esterházypark are used for climbing exercises organised by the Österreichischer...
Haus des Meeres
What the ‘House of the Sea’ lacks is the chance for visitors to spring into the shark tank for some thrashing, but a staff member does...
With none of the polish or airs and graces of some other coffee houses, this shabbily grand cafe is Viennese through and through. The...
Organic wholegrain bread is what this bakery is known for. It's a quick, healthy snack spot for a freshly prepared sandwich or...
Lonely Planet review
Run by the same folk as Café Jelinek, Steman serves good honest Austrian food in a nicely restored, high-ceilinged interior, with a few tables outside in summer. The mood is laid-back, the service friendly and the menu packed with classics like goulash and Käsespätzle (cheese noodles). The €7.10 two-course lunch is a bargain.