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Exclusive clothing and amazing designs with super quality fabric, Bambini is like a candy shop for kids but one that sells clothes. The store has everything from jeans, shirts, dresses, dungarees, shoes and s much more plus they have all the top fashion brands for kids like Gucci, Armani, Versace, Missoni etc. Located in the Goldenes Quartier, the store also has a select collection of toys and jewelry made from eco-friendly products. Make sure you have big fat wads of cash when you come here!
Don’t think that Vienna doesn't have much for kids. It does. It has many children’s stores and that is the best thing kids can get. If your child is between the age group of 0-12, head to Bonpoint, the perfect destination for kids' apparel shopping. Along with amazing variety in clothes and shoes for kids, they also house swimwear and special costumes for festive days like Christmas, Halloween etc. The store is usually filled with enthusiastic kids trying on outfits and their special jewelry.
Ever since its establishment in 1963, Spielzeugschachtel has been delighting kids of all ages with their creative toys. After successfully running for 17 years, the shop expanded to include a bookstore as well, which was nationally recognized for its brilliant collection. Each toy housed in the shop is designed to be not just an object of comfort and joy, but will creatively or intellectually stimulate development in your child.
Chocolate lovers in Vienna must not miss Xocolat. This boutique, located in the Palais Ferstel shopping arcade, exemplifies the fine art of chocolate making. At its helm is the award-winning chef, Christian Petz. Sample their selection of whiskey truffles, Grand Marnier pralines, chocolate bars and spreads, and view all the behind-the-scenes action from the glass window. Take home a box of assorted confections as a decadent souvenir.
Located in the former Palace of Archduke Charles, this unique museum received the prestigious Austrian Museum Prize for its creative plan and design. Come and indulge in everything musical that Vienna has to offer! A museum designed for the ears and the eyes, the Haus der Musik contains many amazing interactive exhibits which let the visitor interact with the material. A creative, fun, and educational experience for anyone with an interest in music of any kind!
Get some trendy outfits for kids at Zirkus. This children store is a superb place to shop for jeans, shoes, shirts, dresses and everything that you will need for your kid. The store stocks some of the top international brands in children’s fashion and you can see the liveliness of the place in the staff as well. Friendly and warm, the ambiance of the store is in keeping with its theme and makes it a fun addition to the whole sector.
Sacher, een van de beroemdste hotels van Wenen, is al sinds de opening in 1876 geliefd onder de rijken en de beroemdheden. Tegenwoordig is het een café vol met toeristen, dankzij de beroemde Sachertorte. Maar het hotel Sacher Wien zelf heeft nog wel een exclusieve flair, met olieschilderijen, marmeren stuc, rood velours gordijnen in de lounge en een exclusief kuuroord. De duurdere kamers zijn oogverblindend, en de standaardkamers zijn simpeler, maar net zo comfortabel. Een mooie combinatie van luxe en traditie die voor een fantastisch verblijf in Wenen zorgen.
Het wonderlijke art nouveau Palm Huis ligt naast het Hofburg paleis in het Burggartenpark. Het werd in 1901 gebouwd en biedt onderdak aan 's werelds meest bijzondere vlindercollectie. Het vlinderhuis heeft een temperatuur van 26 graden met een luchtvochtigheid van 80% en er wonen honderden soorten die allemaal vrij rondfladderen. Sommige diertjes hebben een spanwijdte van 30 centimeter, en bijna allemaal hebben ze mooie patronen en levendige kleuren. Na de ontdekkingstocht kunnen bezoekers ontspannen in het leuke café in hetzelfde gebouw. Let op de openingstijden want die kunnen per seizoen verschillen.
Occupying a magnificent 19th-century palace, The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna is an oasis of luxury in the heart of the city. The hotel has done justice to the building's majestic original features and incorporated them seamlessly into the interiors; a harmonious mix of stunning architecture and contemporary design. Rooms reflect the building's timeless style with soaring ceilings, wood paneling and lavish furnishings. Modern in-room amenities include wireless internet, mini bar and IPod docks for a pleasant stay. Delectable Austrian cuisine can be savored at DSTRIKT, while the spectacular rooftop bar is a place to enjoy champagne and sunsets. You can unwind at full service Guerlain Spa, that includes a modern pool playing music underwater. Kids are not to be left behind with activities like the Treasure Hunt to keep them occupied. Check website for availability and more.
The Novotel Wien City is a modern 4-star hotel in the centre of Vienna, overlooking the Ringstraße Boulevard. It offers free WiFi, a sauna, and a fitness centre. St. Stephen’s Cathedral is just 500 metres away. The spacious, air-conditioned rooms provide a flat-screen TV, a minibar, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Austrian and international dishes are served at the modern restaurant. The rich breakfast buffet is served until 11:30 on weekends and public holidays. Guests benefit from a 24-hour front desk and a business centre with free internet access. On Sundays, check-out is possible until 17:00, subject to availability. A private parking garage is available for an extra charge. The Nestroyplatz and Schwedenplatz Underground Stations (lines U1 and U4) are within a 5-minute walk, providing quick connections to all major sights, as well as the Messe Wien fairgrounds. The Prater amusement park can be reached in a short walk.
This museum is one of the two sibling museums at Ring Boulevard and was built in the same style as the Museum of Fine Arts, according to designs laid by Gottfried Semper and Karl Hasenauer. The vast collection in this huge building houses objects of interest in the worlds of mineralogy, petrography, anthropology and prehistory. It is also home to the Saurians Hall and models of big animals. A children's corner offers videos and exhibits to play with, ensuring that children can learn about the museum artifacts in a fun and engaging manner.
Designed and built at the end of the 19th Century by Gottfried Semper and Karl Hasenauer, the Kunsthistorisches Museum houses the Habsburg family's art collection, widely regarded to be one of the finest in Europe. The Picture Gallery is literally a Who's Who of the old masters, containing works by the likes of Rubens, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Dürer, Raphael, Titian and Velazquez, as well as a comprehensive collection of paintings by Breugel. One visit is hardly enough to take everything in - lots of people return for a second or third time. The Ephesus Museum - a collection of arms and armour - and the collection of ancient musical instruments in the Imperial Palace also belong to the Kunsthistorisches Museum and are worthy of a visit in their own right.