Vienna Apartment Tour in Austria

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Join us in Vienna, Austria for an apartment tour as we showcase our airbnb rental in Neubau neighborhood of the city.
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Apartments in Vienna are typically rather expensive so for us to find something in the $60 USD range so last minute was quite a deal in our opinion. Our friends, for instance, ended up paying over $100 for a last minute booking. The apartment itself was adequate and featured everything we needed for our stay. The views outside on the balcony were definitely the best feature along with the tasteful decorations with a vintage camera atmosphere.
In terms of our location Neubau ended up being a great location as it was only about a 20-25 minute walk away from the city center and features a lot of great restaurants, cafes and a flea market. Think hipster hangout. My suggestion for those finding it difficult to get an apartment within your price range would be to seek an apartment in Vienna (Wien) slightly on the outskirts nearby an U-Bahn line as the public transportation in Vienna is excellent and reaching the center on the train would be really easy.
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Vienna Apartment Tour in Austria Airbnb Rental Video Transcript:
Good morning good morning. Where are we and why are we here? Well, it is time for another apartment tour. We're in Vienna, Austria. A city we've wanted to visit for a long time. Yeah, and yeah we're staying in the 7th district. What is the neighborhood called again? We're in Neubau. Ah, right. And we really liked this neighborhood. Very hipster. Super hipster. Oh my goodness. And not too too far away from the city center. Like we were able to walk to the center you know. Usually like 20 minutes which isn't bad. Yeah. But without further adieu let's get the apartment tour underway.
Let's wrap this up. So this place came to around $60 USD a night. Yeah. And you might think that is typically more than what we spend on an Airbnb. But Vienna is a very expensive city. Yeah.
It is probably one of the most expensive cities we've ever visited in Europe. It is like right up there for everything. Meals are expensive. Um, attractions are expensive and also accommodations is. Like normally for other apartments that were of this size and quality a lot of them were going for $80 to 90 dollars. Yeah. So we thought we got a bit of a steal at sixty bucks a night.
And you know what? We had some friends who booked an apartment very last minute and they ended up paying over 100 bucks for an airbnb which is like what?
That is Vienna (Wien) for you. Yeah. So we got a really good deal. Um, one thing that is really cool though about this city is the city has great public transportation. Yes. With trams and also with U-Bahn so if you are finding like the prices a little bit too high around the center you can consider staying in more of the outskirts of the city. Even more so than what we did. Yeah. That would be my recommendation but yeah the city is fantastic and we did have a really good time here.
Mmmhmm. We sure made the most of it. We had a lot of meetups with friends. We did a lot of sightseeing and we also got a lot of work done. So it was just like a go go go time here.
Our week just flew by. And yeah we really like Vienna, Austria and I'd definitely I'd definitely come back here again. I don't know about you? Of course! Of course. Oh my gosh. Of course. I loved it. It is a beautiful city. You loved it too. Yes, but anyways now it is time to head out to the train station because we are going to Bratislava. Bratislava. So tata. So stay tuned for our content from there. Yep. Tschuess. Cheers.
This is part of our Travel in Vienna video series showcasing Viennese food, Viennese culture and Viennese cuisine.
This is part of our Travel in Austria video series showcasing Austrian food, Austrian culture and Austrian cuisine.
'Hep Cats' music in this video courtesy of 'Kevin Macleod' from (incompetech.com) under a creative commons license.
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