This small expanse of Roman ruins dating from the 1st to the 5th century is thought to be part of the officers’ quarters of the Roman...
Archiv des Österreichischen Widerstands
Housed in the Altes Rathaus (Old City Hall), the Austrian Resistance Archive has a disturbing but highly worthwhile exhibition that...
Artis has six small cinemas in the heart of the Innere Stadt. It only shows English-language films, of the Hollywood blockbuster...
Fresh Soup & Salad
The name says it all, except Fresh Soup & Salad also does inexpensive curries on top of this.
Lonely Planet review
An unassuming house on Tuchlauben hides quite a remarkable decoration: the oldest extant secular murals in Vienna. The small frescos, dating from 1398, tell the story of the minstrel Neidhart von Reuental (1180–1240) and life in the Middle Ages in lively and jolly scenes. The frescos are in superb condition considering their age.