Sofa, table, guitar, feel at home.Bedroom with window on a quiet inner courtyard.
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Clean, cosy, characteristic and well connected

Casa/apto. entero
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
1 cama
1 adulto
0 niños
De 2 a 12
0 bebés
Menos de 2
Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 2. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
No se efectuará ningún cargo aún.
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In a typical Viennese neighborhood nearby sights and well served by public transport. Spotless 50m2 consisting of bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, toilet and living room. Welcomes two people quite comfortably, on Gaußplatz between the canal and Augarten.

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El alojamiento
Capacidad: 2
Baños: 1.5
Dormitorios: 1
Camas: 1
Tipo de habitación: Casa/apto. entero


Personas adicionales: Sin cargo
Gastos de limpieza: 20€
Descuento por semana: 10%
Cancelación: Estricta


In a typical Viennese neighborhood nearby sights and well served by public transport. Spotless 50m2 consisting of bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, toilet and living room. Welcomes two people quite comfortably, on Gaußplatz between the canal and Augarten.

The flat itself is open, functional and cozy. A majority of Viennese artists are featured on the walls. It's on the first floor, stays relatively cool in summer, and you control how warm you want it in winter. Two people will be very comfortable. It makes a convenient place to explore from, and to work from as well, should you like to.

You have access to a complete kitchen with the basics to cook (olive oil, a spice box, etc.). Coffee and teas are at your disposal as well as a stove-top espresso maker. The wireless connection is fast and reliable. You may use the monitor on the desk (HDMI cable provided) and the speaker system (has a 3.5 mm audio cable to connect with). You are also welcome to play my guitar.

I live there, my flat is not a place I rent out professionally. I do my best to make it feel it's yours while you're there and answer your questions as if you were friends visiting. I want to keep prices fair, and offer good value.

As I host only when I travel, chances we meet are slim. However, I will be reachable and there will always be a reliable person in Vienna for you to contact in case of any problem. I will leave a list of nearby recommendable places, as well as maps and ideas on things to do.

My neighborhood is relatively central and well connected. Gentrification or tourism haven't had much impact on it yet. You're likely to experience a very standard Viennese ambiance. Shops and restaurants cater to local needs, and you're probably going to run into more grumpy old ladies than hipsters. A few steps from the flat, Augarten is a beautiful public park laid out in a French Baroque style, with flower gardens and shady avenues of chestnut, lime, ash, and maple trees geometrically aligned. Its walls are open from dawn to dusk and are home to a series of eclectic tenants of which two World War II flack towers, a bunker transformed into a café, the cutting-edge Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Foundation, the Vienna Boys Choir and their palace, the Porcelain Manufacture and its castle, a summer outdoor cinema and a small theater. The park is perfect for a stroll or a jog, so is the Danube canal nearby. And from May to September, the canal is populated with temporary restaurants, beaches and bars bringing a riviera feeling into existence when the weather is nice. There's a particularly nice local farmers market at Hannovermarkt on Saturday mornings. A range of local shops, restaurants, and supermarkets are all within a short walk, but to be honest, like pretty much everywhere in Vienna. My neighborhood is particularly popular with younger families due to its proximity to the water and parks, and the fact that everything else including trendier nightlife and sights is easily reachable.

Within 1-10 min you can reach a variety of very practical metro, tram and bus lines that will take you efficiently anywhere in the city or to any sight.
Reaching the beginning of the historical district (1. Bezirk) is a 20 min walk along the Danube canal, or three tram stops. A Hop-On, Hop-Off stop is 600 m away along the Obere Augartenstrasse.
Airport transfer time is 35 to 50 min by public transport depending on the route and time of arrival. Taxis need around 25 min.

Public Transport stops:
- Green metro line U4 (Rossauerlände or Friedensbrücke)
- Tramway 31 (Gaussplatz)
- Tramways 5, 33 (Wallensteinplatz or Klosterneuburgerstrasse)
- Buses 5A, 5B (Gaussplatz)

Citybike Wien stations (free bike rental system):
- Wallensteinplatz (400 m)
- Rossauerlände (600 m)

- Parking on the street, 50 cents per 15 min between 9 h - 22 h Mo - Fri
- Free at night and on weekends
- Paid parking garage 500 m away

- 24/7 bakery and quick shop a stone-throw away
- First aid kit and emergency numbers are there in case you need them
- Have a look at the amenities section for more info

Normas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
Puede ser inseguro o inadecuado para niños (de 2 a 12 años)

Make yourself at home and try to leave things as you found them!

Funciones de seguridad
Detector de humo
Ficha de instrucciones de seguridad
Extintor de incendios
Detector de monóxido de carbono

Estancia mínima de 21 noches

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Paul Frederic

Paul Frederic

Viena, Austria · Se registró en Febrero de 2014

My name is Paul and I'm a French Canadian currently living in Vienna. I did some graduate studies here but it's managing a circus that's been keeping me in Austria for a couple of years already. I've used Airbnb a few times while traveling, and so I have decided to rent out my flat as well when I'm away. It's really helpful to see the ones I care about more often :)

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