Designed by Paul Engelmann – a student of Adolf Loos – and the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, this building has strict lines and a...
This residential block of flats bears all the wackily creative hallmarks of Hundertwasser, Vienna’s radical architect and lover of...
Wow, a museum with Schiele, Raphael, Rembrandt and Marc Chagall paintings that nobody knows about? Well, that's because they are all...
A withered beauty of a coffee house, Zartl pings you back to when it opened in 1883, with its striped banquettes, cocoon-like warmth...
The stalls are piled high with olives, flowers, farm-fresh meat and cheese at this market. There are a handful of cafes, takeaway joints...
03, Rochusmarkt 8-9 · interesting places nearby
This branch of Vienna’s famous open-sandwich shop in the Rochusmarkt is one of many stands where you can buy eat-in or takeaway on the hop. The quality and prices are the same as those of the Innere Stadt branch .