Greek merchants settled around Fleischmarkt from about 1700, which gradually became known as the Griechenviertel (Greek quarter). Today...
Greek Orthodox Church
Built in 1861 at the behest of the Greek community, the interior of Vienna’s main Greek Orthodox church is a glittering blaze of...
This ring tram is a continuous hop-on, hop-off guided tour of the Ringstrasse with video screens and commentary on a clockwise route...
The Kammeroper ranks as Vienna’s third opera house after the Staatsoper and Volksoper. Its small venue is perfect for unusual and quirky...
Situated inside the extraordinarily beautiful Heiligenkreuzerhof, Hollmann Salon combines the rural flavour of a country homestead with...
Lonely Planet review
As the oldest guesthouse in Vienna (dating from 1447), and once frequented by the likes of Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert and Johannes Brahms, Griechenbeisl is a lovely haunt popular among locals and tourists alike, with vaulted rooms, age-old wood panelling and a figure of Augustin trapped at the bottom of a well just inside the front door.
Every classic Viennese dish is on the menu, and in summer the plant-fringed front garden is pole position.