Christmas time is over, but the winter has still taken over Vienna. But that’s no reason to not enjoy the Austrian capital. There are plenty of things to do and to see in this great city in wintertime! Our wom-walk guide and Vienna expert Charles collected some recommendations for sightseeing and activities in Vienna in winter.
As long as it is cold it’s time to discover the many natural ice skating facilities and ice rinks. Put on your skating shoes, step on the slippery surface and learn how great fun it is to skate outdoors in the centre of Vienna.
At the Wiener Eislaufverein (Vienna Ice Skating Club) you can rent skates, learn to dance the Waltz on the ice, try the “Eisstockschießen” (the Austrian version of curling) or just enjoy to skate in the beautiful neighbourhood of the Konzerthaus. It is situated at the Lothingerstraße 22 in the 3rd disctrict, next to the U4 metro station “Stadtpark”.
And you should try the “Eistraum”: From 18th January till 3rd of March you can skate in front of the Viennese City Hall – a truly unique Vienna winter experience! Especially at night (till 10 o’clock) this might be the best ice skating experience you ever had; it’s not just for nothing that it’s called the „Eistraum“, which means „Ice Dream“. For more Info check the Eistraum website.
Sightseeing – Vienna from above
It is rather difficult to get up anywhere in the city centre. Nevertheless, there are two places I can recommend for great panoramic views.
Don’t miss the “bahnorama”, a 67 meter high viewing tower, which offers a perfect view over the city and the massive construction site of the hyper-modern railway station and it’s surroundings – a whole new city district is arising on 109 hectares of land (as large as Vienna’s eight district). The tower also houses multimedia exhibition, a 3D simulated flight over the construction site and a café.
Another great view offers the café/cantina on the roof of the Palace of Justice, which houses the highest courts of Austria. You find it at the Schmerlingplatz 10, next to the Parliament and U2 metro station Volkstheater. At the entrance you will be checked like on an airport, but once you are inside you can enjoy the beautiful interior of this 19th century palace. Take the elevator up to the cantina: it is quite fancy, but you can enjoy good food and great view over the Ringstraße Boulevard and the Old town of Vienna.
So much for today, folks. For any further infos just contact our reception staff in the hostels or talk with me during one of the free wom-walks.
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You could go to nearby ski regions from Vienna by train or bus within 2 hours, but you could also do this: Catch a flight from Vienna at 6:35am, fly out to Innsbruck/Tyrol, enjoy a day of skiing and get back to Vienna by 19:55pm. Sounds crazy? Indeed it is, but the weird thing about it is, it’s actually offered as an affordable package.
The package includes in detail: Flights including taxes (Carry-on Luggage max. 8 kg) Transfer to and from the ski region Ski- or snowboard hire on site Ski-pass
The whole package is available from €169 This is probably the best deal you can get for a ski trip from Vienna. The ski region offered is spectacular and compares to the ski regions outside of Vienna (Semmering mainly) like a Dodge Viper compares to a Buick. Just to give you an idea, the day pass alone is worth around €50. So, price-wise this is a ridiculous offer, really.
When is it available? Between December 2018 and April 2019 only on Tuesdays and Fridays due to availability.
How can you book it? You can try to book via http://www.abzumschnee.at/home/flugzumschnee/angebote/33, the website is only in German though.
You could ask our receptionists to book for you, but we will talk you into another day trip, as we do care about our environment and flying from Vienna to Tyrol is just impractical.
Seriously, this offer is as good as it is insane and it will leave you with the ecological footprint of a chain-smoking, truck-driving Tyrannosaurus Rex. So, please, spend €50 less and catch a train to Semmering. That might be less spectacular, but way better for your karma.
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For 24 years now, the New Year’s Trail Vienna has been an integral part of New Year – just like the traditional Blue Danube Waltz at midnight and the famous Vienna New Year’s Concert.
The visitors of Stephansplatz can dance into the New Year with the traditional Danube Waltz.
With dozens of events and attractions in thirteen different locations throughout central Vienna, the Vienna New Year’s Trail will again be a great open air festival for everyone who wants to start the New Year in style. The programme offers highlights for all tastes and ages – from Viennese waltz, folk music or samba rhythms to current pop hits.
As always, there will be plenty of food and refreshments for the revellers, with food stalls, bars and restaurants serving hot punch, baked potatoes and barbecued sausage. You can even try specialities like fresh rolls with wild boar meatloaf – the gourmet version of a local snack favourite.
Locations are among others: Rathausplatz (Cityhall), Freyung, Graben, Stephansplatz, Kärnter Straße, Neuer Markt, Heldenplatz and Prater.
If you want to have a drink before you enter Vienna´s New Year´s Trail, the wombars in wombat´s CITY Hostels The Base, The Lounge and The Naschmarkt will be offering Drinks for reasonable prices, as well as Happy Hours for beer, Cocktails and other specials.
We hope you enjoy your stay in Vienna and wish you a Happy New Year.
Christmas away from home can be hard for some people. Fortunately, wombat’s Vienna did everything they could to make it feel like being home for my holidays last year. Upon arriving on Christmas Eve, there was a nice Christmas tree, and Christmas cookies at reception. I love Christmas cookies, so this already made me extremely happy!
Wombat’s Vienna Naschmarkt is a stone’s throw from the U-Bahn station, making my walk through the Austrian winter extremely short, which I very much appreciated. There is also an open air market right across the street, which has dozens of shops to buy warm food and groceries. After I checked in, the friendly staff gave me two free drink tickets (bonus!) and informed me that because it was Christmas Eve, they would be serving a warm punch at the bar tonight for free. Who needs presents when you have warm punch?
I decided to go on the free walking tour wombat’s has the next day. It was extremely cold out, but there was still a big group bundled up and ready to go! Our tour guide showed us around to a lot of the local sights, and I made friends with a few of my tour buddies!
Vienna is a beautiful, charming city and happens to be home of the original Wiener Schnitzel! There are several restaurants that specialize in schnitzel, so I would advise to do your research to decide which one to go to! Figlmüller seems to be the most popular, but make sure to make reservations in advance, as it fills up very quickly! I would also recommend enjoying some delicious Viennese coffee while you are there.
Nightlife is pretty diverse in Vienna, so I asked the wombat’s staff where to go based on my preferences. Turns out Christmas in Vienna has some special options in terms of nightlife. They had some great insight and made some recommendations that turned out to be just what I was looking for. I also spent some time at a couple of the Christmas markets, which are my favorite part of Europe in December. Nothing beats a mug of Glühwein (warm mulled wine) when it’s snowing outside.
It was cool to finally visit one of the original wombat’s on my trip around Europe. There is definitely a wombat’s theme, but each location has their own local flare. The most common similarities though, are the fantastic locations (both to public transport and activities) and the amazingly friendly staff. Thanks for making my Christmas in Vienna one to remember!
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In Austria the Christmas spirit begins to creep in during November. That’s when the first Christmas markets open. Vienna has an enormous variety of Christmas markets to offer. Actually it seems there’s one Vienna Christmas market around the corner no matter where you are and indeed you don’t have to walk far from one to another in Vienna’s city center. You can either follow the sweet fragrance of chestnut, gingerbread and alcoholic punch or you can ask the receptionists at your wombat’s CITY HOSTEL for directions and recommendations. Normally, Christmas markets are more expensive and touristy the closer they are to Vienna’s main sights, like the city hall or Schönbrunn palace. It’s not necessarily a bad thing if you visit Vienna as a tourist and carry enough cash :). Those locations also make for really nice photos, with the sites and monuments all lit up and decorated.
The slightly hidden markets, like the one at Spittelberg, are normally populated by locals. Especially at Museumsquartier and Altes AKH you’ll meet students and young locals. It is actually a habit among Austrians to visit a Christmas market to drink some punch (Punsch) or mulled wine (Glühwein) before you go out. In some places you have many different versions of Glühwein or punch, but the main concept is always the same: Hot alcohol (in case of Glühwein, hopefully wine) and spices mixed with more spirits. Looking for inspiration? Here are the most important Christmas markets with directions and opening hours in Vienna:
Vienna Christmas World at the Christmas Market
16 November – 26 December 2018 Daily from 9:00 am – 7:00 pm 24 December 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Rathausplatz, 1010 Vienna wienerweihnachtstraum.at
Christmas Village at Maria-Theresien-Platz
21 November – 26 December 2018 Su-Th 11:00 am – 9:00 pm, Fr & Sa 11:00 am – 10:00 pm 24 December 11:00 am – 4:00 pm 25+26 December 11:00 am – 7:00 pm New Year’s Village 27 December – 31 December 2018 11:00 am – 7:00 pm, 31 December 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010 Vienna www.weihnachtsdorf.at
Christmas Village at Belvedere Palace
23 November – 26 December 2018 Mo-Fr 11:00 am – 9:00 pm, Sa & Su 10:00 am – 9 pm 24 December 11:00 am – 4 pm 25 + 26 December 11:00 am – 7 pm Prinz-Eugen-Strasse 27, 1030 Vienna www.weihnachtsdorf.at
Christmas Village in the Altes AKH
17 November – 23 December 2018 Mo & Tue 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm We 11:00 am – 10:00 pm Th & Fr 2:00 pm – 11:00 pm Sa 11:00 am – 11:00 pm Su, hols. 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Alserstrasse/Spitalgasse, Hof 1, 1090 Vienna www.weihnachtsdorf.at
16 November – 23 December 2018 Mo-Th 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Fr-Su & hols. 10:00 am – 9:00 pm, food until 10:00 pm Am Hof, 1010 Vienna www.weihnachtsmarkt-hof.at
Cultural and Christmas Market & New Year’s Market, Schönbrunn Palace
24 November – 26 December 2018 Daily from 10:00 am – 9:00 pm 24 December 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, 25-26 December 10:00 am – 6:00 pm New Year’s Market 27 December 2018 – 6 January 2019 Daily from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Schönbrunn Palace, 1130 Vienna www.weihnachtsmarkt.co.at
Art Advent – Art & Crafts at Karlsplatz
23 November – 23 December 2018 Daily from 12:00 noon – 8:00 pm, food until 9:00 pm Karlsplatz, 1010 Vienna www.artadvent.at
Christmas Market at Spittelberg
15 November – 23 December 2018 Mo-Th 2:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Fr 2:00 pm – 9:30 pm Sa 10:00 noon – 9:30 pm, Su & hols. 10:00 noon – 9:00 pm Spittelberggasse, Schrankgasse, Gutenberggasse, 1070 Vienna www.spittelberg.at
Winter Market at Riesenradplatz
17 November 2018 – 6 January 2019 Mo-Fr 12.00 noon – 10.00 pm Sa, Su & hols. 11.00 am – 10.00 pm 24 December 10.00 am – 5.00 pm, 31 December + 1 January 12.00 noon – 2.00 am Riesenradplatz, 1020 Vienna www.wintermarkt.at/wintermarkt
Christmas Market at Stephansplatz
16 November – 26 December 2018 Daily from 11:00 am – 9:00 pm 24 December 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 25-26 December 11:00 am – 7:00 pm Stephansplatz/towards Churhausgasse, 1010 Vienna www.weihnachtsdorf.at
For the 8th consecutive year now, wombat’s VIENNA The Lounge is an official model accommodation for the MQVFW.18. The Fashion Week takes place in Museum Quartier, just a 10 minute stroll from either of the wombat’s CITY HOSTELS in Vienna and celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. It has become an ever growing event, that may not yet put Vienna in the focus of the fashion world as the fashion weeks in Paris, Milano and London do. But it definitely puts fashion in the focus of Vienna, as the creative fashion designers and fashionistas of the region gather and mix with an international audience. It’s this mingle that creates a great personal, yet professional atmosphere. Over 10.000 guests visited the shows last year and many recurring visitors came back for the shops. The shows feature local labels, viennese design schools, as well as reknown international brands. As special thing about MQVFW is the long term cooperation with designers from Thailand. In short, the MQ Vienna Fashion Week is a hidden gem in the fashion world and would definitely add a great, authentic, off-the-beaten-path experience to your stay in Vienna.
Feel the LOVE
At wombat’s we’re also celebrating an anniversary, our 20th year in business. To honor these coinciding anniveraries we decided to bring a little bit of Fashion Week to our Hostel at the Naschmarkt as well. We’re hosting the pop-up store of an upcoming, Austrian Label at wombat’s VIENNA Naschmarkt.
LOVE Skate- Snowboards and Clothing brings their urban wear to wombat’s. The pop-up store is just next to reception and our cosy chill out corner. From Monday 10th to Sunday 16th you can shop in our Hostel Lobby. With Love Distribution we have a lovely, urban brand on board. The shop will be open daily: 9.00am-11.30am and 14.00pm-8.00pm
What’s your favourite travel outfit?
Let us know and WIN TICKETS for the MQ Vienna Fashion Week! Just post a picture or video of your favourite travel outfit (or the best possible outfit you can put together at the moment) on Instagram until Friday 1pm cet. Don’t forget to follow @wombatshostels and tag #MQVFW18 so we can find you. The winners will be informed via private message.
Meet Mariana, last year’s winner and a real connoisseur of hostel and travel fashion:
Our local runner-ups 2017 were lucky and also got tickets, Leandra and Denise enjoyed their visit to MQVFW17:
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Did you know that Vienna is one of the most interesting cities to discover street art in Europe?
Its scene is buzzing and renowned artists from all over the world come here to leave their artwork visible for everyone walking through the 23 districts.
You thought Vienna was all about the former Habsburg empire, castles and monuments from the past?
Get to know the other side, the modern urban Vienna. Take a walk with us starting from our two hostels in Vienna!
Around Wombat’s City Hostel Vienna THE LOUNGE
Our hostel located right next to the Westbahnhof train station is just a short walk away from some impressive murals!
Felberstraße 1, 1150
Artists: Cyrcle. / Gaia (USA), curated by Cash, Cans & Candy, a project by Gallery Ernst Hilger
Cyrcle. and Gaia left this gigantic piece on a parking garage, curated by the street art and mural festival Cash, Cans & Candy, a project by Gallery Ernst Hilger in 2014.
Just a few minutes away, on the other side of Westbahnhof, you’ll find Aldo Giannotti’s work ‘Buildings on Buildings #3’ (2017), curated by KÖR, an institution for art in public space.
Grangasse 6, 1150
Artist: Aldo Giannotti (Italy/Austria), curated by KÖR – Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Wien
Did you find it? Take a closer look if you’re still looking for the art 😉
Fun fact: This building used to be our former hostel ‘The Base’.
Walk a bit further down into Schwendergasse and you’ll find the Schwendergasse Public Gallery. The whole street gets repainted by street artists during festivals taking place every once in a while.
Schwendergasse 2, 1150
Artists: SKIRL, FRIEND, RUIN, Perk_up (Austria), curated by Improper Walls, Jan Arnold Gallery, Block44, Spot The Dot, Schwendergasse Public Gallery
At the moment you can see artwork raising awareness for skin cancer, painted by some of the most active local artists, SKIRL, FRIEND, RUIN, Perk_up.
The street right next to it, the hip Reindorfgasse, hosts the young contemporary art gallery Improper Walls that’s very worth checking out!
Hungry now? Get some of Vienna’s cheapest pizza at Pizzeria Mafiosi and on the way pass by this amazing mural by nita.
Reindorfgasse 31, 1150
Artist: nita. (Austria), curated by Improper Walls
Let’s walk back in direction of the city center and stop at the Gürtel avenue.
At the height of underground station U6 Gumpendorfer Straße you’ll find the following artworks:
Untergrundbahn Bogen 6, 1060
Artist: Cix (Mexico), curated by iOnArt in association with KunstBOGEN
Watch the making-of and interview of this mural by Mehsos:
Artist: Mehsos (Belgium), curated by iOnArt in association with KunstBOGEN, Vienna Murals
Around Wombat’s City Hostel Vienna THE NASCHMARKT
Our hostel next to the Naschmarkt food market is located right in Vienna’s mural epicenter.
Be sure to grab a bite and even free food samples at some of the countless food stands and restaurants.
Right next to the restaurant NENI you’ll find some great street art pieces.
Naschmarkt 510, 1060
Artist: Hoxxoh (USA)
Artists: Dede, Nitzan Mintz (Israel), curated by Jan Arnold Gallery & LEAP Art Prints
On Sundays or at night when the shutters close, there’s even more to discover!
Keep walking towards Falcostiege (the second exit of U4 Kettenbrückengasse station) and find a rotating wall right now showing pieces by Australian artist Lushsux, portraying celebrities and instagram-starlets. Find Falco (Amadeus) and Eminem.
Falcostiege / Rechte Wienzeile 2a, 1050
Artist: Lushsux (Australia), curated by: Jan Arnold Gallery, MQ – MuseumsQuartier Wien, Q21, in association with Burggasse 98, Oxymoron, KARMA RAMEN
Nearby Magdalenenstraße be impressed by the gigantic piece ‘Imperishable Relics’ by Evoca1.
Magdalenenstraße 12, 1060
Artist: Evoca1 (Dominican Republic / USA) – ‘Imperishable Relics’, curated by INOPERAbLE
Just a few minutes further down, you’ll see this piece by Stinkfish and RUIN and right next to it an artwork by Helmut Kand und die Mauersegler.
Hofmühlgasse 12, 1060
Artists: Stinkfish (Colombia/Mexico), RUIN (Austria), curated by Calle Libre – Festival for Urban Aesthetics
Artists: Helmut Kand (Austria) und die Mauersegler – Kurt Neuhold, Arturo Peña-Velarde, Christine Ulm – ‘Des Malers Sechste’
Standing in front of them, turn around and find a piece by Mr.WOODLAND in Sandwirtgasse 6.
Sandwirtgasse 6, 1060
Artist: Mr.WOODLAND (Germany) curated by Calle Libre – Festival for Urban Aesthetics
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The #WombatsTraveller challenge for upcoming influencers
Here’s how it works
Three talented content creators are taking the #wombatsTraveller challenge and join experienced travel influencers from iAmbassador for a 4-day trip to two wombat’s destinations (Berlin, Vienna, Budapest, London and Munich) in June. Together, they will create content and share their travel experiences via their blogs and social media. The experienced bloggers will be there to mentor and provide tips on content creation, building an audience and social media marketing.
Based on their performance, a jury will then decide who will be the #wombatstraveller in 2019. The main factors which the jury will focus on include the style/quality of the content, diversity of media used and level of engagement.
Here are the teams, that are competing in the challenge:
By travellers for travellers is the credo of wombat’s hostels. Everyone at wombat’s shares the passion for travel. The same passion that is required to make traveling your profession and become an influencer. We’re celebrating our 20th birthday with the grand opening of wombat’s VENICE Mestre next year. Therefore we’ll have special events in Berlin, Budapest, London, Munich and Vienna throughout our anniversary. To honor this anniversary we decided to run a special challenge: the #wombatsTraveller 2019!
We give one young travel blogger chance to take your blog and/or social media presence to the next level on the basis of a paid internship as a brand ambassador for wombat’s between April and September 2019.
We love working with influencers and over the years we have learned a lot about the efforts and skills that stand behind a successful influencer. We are extremely happy to partner up with iAmbassador for this project. It’s great to have them on board and rely on the expertise of a huge travel blogger network and many years of experience in the field.
It’s almost hard to imagine travelling these days without having your mobile or internet-enabled device constantly within arms reach. Being able to look up directions or top attractions in seconds has made travelling easier, but it’s also led to a more solitary experience. Should you happen to lose your mobile charger, or heaven forbid, your device itself, we’ve got some suggestions for things to do in a hostel without your electronic BFF.
Photo: Gaby Domanski
Read a book
Remember those? Before eReaders became a travel essential the analogue version was the go-to for filling up one’s spare time. If you have an eReader then you’ve likely stocked up on literature, saving valuable luggage space. But if you don’t, most hostels have a book exchange just waiting to be perused. Don’t forget to leave a little note on the inside of your newly discovered book for the next traveller to enjoy.
Another staple of any good hostel is a selection of well-worn boardgames. At the very least, you can usually track down a deck of cards. Get together your roommates or some random folks from a common area and release your inner competitor. The international appeal of a deck of cards means you’ll likely end up learning a new game or two by the end of the evening.
Write a postcard
Photo: Gaby Domanski
Who doesn’t like to open their post box to a nice surprise from a loved one? Sure it might not be the quickest way to keep the gang back home updated about your crazy adventures, but there’s something super endearing about a handwritten note on the back of a scenic view. If you’re staying at any of the wombat’s Hostels, you can pick from a range of postcards right at the reception and even pick some stamps up too.
Cook a group dinner
They say the best way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. Why not make some new friends by organizing a potluck dinner, or even just making a bit extra of a shareable meal? Whether each member of the group contributes a dish popular in their own country, or you pool your resources together to prepare an epic taco night, a lot of memories can be made over a tasty dinner.
Hit the bar
It probably goes without saying, but an easy way to pass the time and meet new people, is over a few cold beverages in the hostel bar. The prices are often cheaper than hitting the town and the crowd is usually on the same page (i.e. looking to exchange adventure stories and travel tips, and likely to party the night away).
As much as having a mobile while travelling has it’s uses, sometimes it’s good to embrace the digital detox. So tuck away your gadget and venture out of your room to enjoy all that your hostel has to offer and maybe meet some new IRL pals in the process.
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It’s not common to everybody – some need a little help
Recently we have been sitting together at wombat’s head office and had a chat about good old times. 9 out of 11 officers have a vivid wombat’s history, having started at wombat’s as a receptionist or bartender. We all know how to hostel and how to travel. Everybody can come up with a silly story or with a top ten of stupid questions. It’s shocking how many people don’t know how to do the most basic things in life, when they are already out there exploring the globe. For years we have been wondering about people who came up to reception and tried to make us believe, that their duvets wouldn’t fit into their covers. Only to find out, that they tried to stuff them into the pillowcase. Once five guys came to the hostel bar paying drinks and cheering for a sixth guy, who turned out to be a Marine. Bartenders thought it was a stag do or a birthday party, but it turned out this guy just helped the others to make their bed, as they were struggling hard.
All of us had a moment when we were surprised by somebody in his twenties, confessing that he had never made his bed before. The tons of questions regarding laundry. Or more specific the simple use of a washing machine. Some guests attempted to bribe receptionists to do the laundry for them. We once had a guy who spent a whole day waiting in the lobby and everytime he noticed, that somebody was changing money for the laundry at reception, he jumped at them and asked if they could do his laundry too. He broke into tears when our receptionists kindly told him to do his laundry himself and even offered him detailed instructions. He was just too afraid to shrink his clothes.
How to travel
Yet there are also less particular questions and topics, that our fellow travellers need some explaination for. Questions like ‘How does public transport work here?’ or ‘Which is the strongest Cocktail in your bar?’ or ‘What’s the easiest way to see most of the sights here?’.
So we decided to dedicate part of our video content and a whole section of our Youtube Channel to this help content. Subscribe and we’ll keep you posted and entertained with little help videos. Our coworkers won’t run out of funny hostel stories to tell.
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