Experience Vienna

Restaurants in Vienna

We can recommend many good restaurants nearby that offer a variety of cuisine to suit every taste.  

Our hotel is located in the heart of Vienna. Only a few steps away, you can reach many of the most important sights and attractions such as the Hofburg, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the Natural History Museum, or the Secession. The Levante Rathaus Apartments is located right in the cultural hotspot of Vienna, because not only the traditional stages such as the opera and Burgtheater, the theater in the Josefstadt, the Vienna English Theatre, the Theater an der Wien, and the Volkstheater are located only a few minutes' walk away but also the University of Vienna, the university campus "Altes AKH" on Alser Straße, and the Museumsquartier (MQ) opened in 2001 with the Leopold Museum, MUMOK (Museum of Modern Art – Ludwig foundation), Tanzquartier, Architekturzentrum Wien, Kunsthalle, and Quartier 21.

Culinary journey of discovery in Vienna

Go on a culinary journey of discovery in Vienna

Nola - The Italian

In NOLA, an Italian attitude towards life is combined with a passion for Italian cuisine.  
It doesn't matter whether you want a simple coffee while out and about, as is customary in Italy, a glass of Prosecco, or a delicious lunch or dinner.

Josefstädterstraße 16, 1080 Wien

Beef & Glory

The perfect place for steak specialties in all varieties and cuts. The beef comes from all over the world: from local Simmental cattle and grass-fed cows from overseas to Japanese Wagyu.  

Florianigasse 35, 1080 Wien

Fromme Helene

Goulash, schnitzel, or prime boiled beef with tomato sauce and mashed potatoes. 

Josefstädter Strasse 15/Lange Gasse 33, 1080 Wien


The Levante restaurant brings the diversity of the eastern Mediterranean to your plate.  

Wallnerstraße 2, 1010 Wien

Vienna Coffeehouse culture

The tradition of Viennese coffeehouse culture is distinguished by a special atmosphere. Characteristic of a Viennese coffehouse are marble tabletops on which coffee is served, Thonet chairs, newspaper tables, and special interior design details.


Classic café-restaurant with shady terrace and famous clientele from Freud to McCartney.

Universitätsring 4, 1010 Wien


Traditional pub with Viennese cuisine, where historical greats such as Freud and Trotzki were once regular guests.

Herrengasse 14, 1010 Wien


To this day, Cafe Hawelka is one of Vienna's most famous coffeehouses. As a meeting place for writers and artists of past and present, this cafe awaits you with an authentic atmosphere. 

Dorotheergasse 6, 1010 Wien

Café Eiles

Café Eiles is an old Viennese charming coffeehouse in the 8th district that has been around since 1838.  

Josefstädter Str. 2, 1080 Wien

Culinary enjoyment

Relax, feel good and enjoy yourself, and leave the everyday behind. Experience enjoyment for all the senses and indulge in quiet moments. You have earned it! 

The Long Hall

Large selection of beers on tap and bottled beers (for ex. Guinness, Kozel), Austrian wines, 60 whiskys, and an assortment of gin.

Florianigasse 2, 1080 Wien

GRANDE Cocktail Bar

A pleasant ambiance, fine spirits, and classic cocktails as well as modern creations and a large selection of finger foods. All in all very classic and timeless in many ways.

Josefstädter Straße 56, 1080 Wien


The perfect place for beer lovers and delicacy connoisseurs right in the center of Vienna.  

Alser Straße 4, 1090 Wien


A 300-year-old monastery cellar with a historic restaurant, the Kaiser Franz Joseph Hutmuseum, and the wine vault of the K.u.K. Weinschatzkammer (Imperial Wine Treasury).

Piaristengasse 45, 1080 Wien

Museums, collections, exhibits, ... in Vienna

Vienna is an urban universal museum with a broad spectrum of collections and exhibits. 

Museum of Art History

The Museum of Art History is an art museum in the Austrian capital of Vienna. It is one of the largest and most important museums in the world.

Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010 Wien

Museum of Natural History

With around 30 million collection items, the Museum of Natural History in Vienna is one of the most significant natural museums in the world and is one of Austria's largest museums. 

Burgring 7, 1010 Wien

Museum of Illusions

Family museum with holograms and optical illusions in a vortex tunnel and infinity room.

Wallnerstraße 4, 1010 Wien

Leopold Museum

The Leopold Museum is an art museum opened in 2001 that is famous for its exceptional Schiele and Klimt collection. 

Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien

Art & culture

Vienna is a first-class city of culture. Most notably, it was of great importance during the Baroque era and now in modern times. This cultural legacy can be experienced today with the many events at the numerous theaters.

Vienna State Opera

The Vienna State Opera, the "First House on the Ring", is one of the most famous opera houses in the world and is located in Vienna's 1st district in the inner city. It was opened on May 25, 1869 with the premiere of Don Juan by Mozart.  

Opernring 2, 1010 Wien

Theater in der Josefstadt

The Theater in der Josefstadt in the 8th district, the Josefstadt, is the oldest existing theater in Vienna.  

Josefstädter Str. 26, 1080 Wien


It is considered one of Vienna's most important stages and is the 2nd oldest in Europe (after the Comédie-Française) as well as the largest German-speaking theater.  

Universitätsring 2, 1010 Wien


The Volkstheater is a theater in the 7th district of Vienna built in 1889 according to designs by Hermann Helmer and Ferdinand Fellner.

Arthur-Schnitzler-Platz 1, 1070 Wien

Shopping in Vienna

Sophisticated shops, jewelers, and perfume stores line the Kärntner Straße, Graben, and Kohlmarkt in the historic district of the city. Vienna's hippest shopping area is the Mariahilfer Straße and the small streets all around. The shops here attract visitors with fashion and accessories. 

Kärntner Straße

The Kärntner Straße is one of Vienna's most famous streets and is the more expensive and more classical counterpart to the Mariahilferstraße. Its special allure comes from the perfect mixture of shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants, and the composition of Viennese flair and cosmopolitan ambiance. 

Kärntner Straße, 1010 Wien

Mariahilfer Straße

The inner Mariahilfer Straße is the largest shopping street in Vienna: hundreds of shops line its length of 1.8 km from flagship stores and boutiques to supermarkets. For both young and old, the Mariahilfer Straße offers something to suit every style and every price range.

Mariahilfer Straße, 1060 Wien

Wien Mitte The Mall

Located right in the city, the shopping center The Mall is the largest shopping center in the heart of Vienna with over 50 stores. Its modern architecture maintains a dialog with the historic Vienna surroundings. 

Landstraßer Hauptstraße 1b, 1030 Wien

Westbahnhof – Bahnhof City

The shopping center at the Westbahnhof is located at the end of the longest shopping street in Vienna, the Mariahilferstraße. International brands are offered in 90 stores, which are divided over 3 levels. From fashion, jewelry, cosmetics, and shoes to technology, you will find everything here. 

Europaplatz 2/3, 1150 Wien