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One day a traveling entertainer was walking through the Margareten district of Vienna with a dancing bear. He was on the way to Hundsturm Castle, where he wanted to perform tricks for the aristocratic lords. On the way, however, some cheeky fellows irritated the bear so much that he killed the juggler and continued down the street alone. In an alley - it is said to have been the Bräuhausgasse - the bear broke into a room of a house where a life-size cross was hanging. Underneath was a cradle in which a baby slept. The bear licked the child's little hands, turned and ran away. The parents prayed a prayer of thanks in front of the cross for the miraculous salvation of their son, and from now on the house was called “Zum Braunen Bären” because of the miraculous event. The "Bear Cross", as the life-size cross was called from then on, was honored for a long time and dedicated to the Lazarist Church in Kaiserstraße in 1855, where it still hangs on the new building today.

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Kathrin & Ronny Bürger
Hi! We are Kathrin and Ronny and Rosa, We have been living in Vienna since 2007. We are enthusiastic about art and culture, about the beautiful and the important. We love traveling, but also hosting.

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We speak these languages: English, German, Polish
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Eco Alert

Travel without a car
We have treated tap water
We mainly use eco-friendly detergents
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Our charms

Near the road
Old house: it squeaks and sulks

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Linens are washed at high temperatures
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Despite its central location, it is an oasis of calm and where you can breathe deeply
Despite its central location, it is an oasis of calm and where you can breathe deeply
Baby high chair and up to two cots are available
Baby high chair and up to two cots are available
High quality mattresses for a good night's sleep
High quality mattresses for a good night's sleep
Well-equipped kitchen with espresso and filter coffee machine
Well-equipped kitchen with espresso and filter coffee machine
Thanks to its central location, the sights are not far
Thanks to its central location, the sights are not far
Five bicycles available for free to explore the city
Five bicycles available for free to explore the city

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Our Apartment Family & Despite its central location in the 5th district of Margareten, Friends is a small oasis of calm. Therefore, you can retreat here at any time during your visit to the city and all its busy places to put your feet up and take a deep breath. The apartment is 75 square meters and has two bedrooms, a large bathroom with a toilet, bath and shower and a smaller bathroom with a toilet and sink for up to four adults, with up to two cots on request. We have decorated it with great attention to detail, modern and equipped with the highest quality materials and appliances. So you can also expect high-quality mattresses in the bedrooms for a good night's sleep. Bed linen and towels are included in the price, so you can fully rely on our high standards. And so that you don't lack anything practical at home, we have also thought of such things as washing machines, drying racks, coat hooks and ironing boards. Because there is no substitute for individuality, Family & Friends many choices. For example between espresso and filter coffee, between shower and bathtub - for which you will find fragrant bath products - or for your entertainment, where you can choose between literature and board games, tablet, CD player or radio and the high-quality flat screen TV with satellite reception in common living area you can choose. In the living room you will also find various boxes with information material: "Vienna in general", "Vienna for those interested in art and culture", "Vienna for children" and "Vienna for nature lovers". In each of these boxes there are flyers and folders with the relevant information - you can Take everything with you and keep it, we always provide supplies. Smoking, parties and pets are not allowed in the apartment. And we also ask you to be considerate of the neighbors when it comes to noise.

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Living room with couches
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TV only in the common area
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Our fully equipped kitchen has everything you need to prepare your favorite dishes: stove, oven, pots and pans, spices, plates and cutlery, kettle and toaster. Then the dishwasher does the washing up for you. And for coffee lovers, as already mentioned, we have two different coffee machines (espresso and filter). The food can also be consumed directly at the kitchen table next to it. You don't have to go far to fill the fridge, supermarkets like Billa, Hofer - that's Aldi in Austria - or Spar are practically around the corner. And the Szabo butcher's shop not only offers fresh meat products, but also hot dishes, pastries and even fruit to take away. After the Alois-Drasche-Park there is also the Die Wi [e] nzerei, a vinotheque of a different kind: 6 winemakers from Lower Austria and Burgenland have come together to sell their wines and complementary products such as frizzante, verjuice, brandy, To offer juices and grape seed products; The special thing about it is that you will be looked after directly and personally by the winegrowers on duty on site. An organic shop, Denns BioMarkt is also nearby, here you will find all kinds of fresh goods and products in organic quality. And a regional farmer's market takes place every Friday, a 10-minute walk from the apartment on Südtiroler Platz. If you want to eat out, thanks to our inner-city location not far from the main train station, we have a whole range of restaurants with Austrian or international cuisine in the area. We recommend the restaurants Duspara (with its cuisine somewhere between the Adriatic and Bohemia) and Rudis Beisl (typical Austrian home cooking such as Wiener Schnitzel, but also fine starters) in the Wiedner Hauptstraße. The Gasthaus Engelhardt serves similar traditional dishes, where Martinigansl are available every Thursday in November by pre-ordering. And if you are already in Vienna you MUST visit a typical Viennese coffee house. Fortunately, it's not too far to Café Goldegg on Argentinierstraße, which has also served as a film set. Main courses as well as fresh desserts and of course a fine selection of coffees - even our own from a private roastery - and teas are offered here.

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Free coffee

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We recommend nearby restaurants

Duspara in der Wiedner Hauptstraße (0,4 km)
Rudis Beisl in der Wiedner Hauptstraße (0,3 km)
Gasthaus Engelhardt in der Karolinengasse (1 km)
Café Goldegg in der Argentinierstraße (1,1 km)

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Frischfleisch bei der Fleischerei Szabo in der Anzengrubergasse (0 km)
Weine & Frizzante, Verjus, Brände, Säfte und Traubenkernprodukte in der Wi[e]nzerei (0,5 km)
Denns BioMarkt in der Wiedner Haupstraße (0,6 km)
regionaler Bauernmarkt auf dem Südtiroler Platz (0,8 km)

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Grocery stores nearby

Ammersin Getränkewelt in der Wiedner Hauptstraße
Billa in der Kliebergasse (0,3 km)
Billa in der Wiedner Hauptstraße (0,3 km)
Eurospar in der Wiedner Hauptstraße (0,6 km)
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Will I not be bored?

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The Danube metropolis Vienna offers a lot of things to see. You can start right near us in the Alois-Drasche-Park, a 16,000 square meter quiet recreational area, framed by historical secessionist facades. House gardens directly border and flank the park, groups of plane trees provide fresh air in it. We have the right equipment in the apartment for the local table tennis tables, and you can also use our five bicycles to explore the city (one of which is for small children). If you follow the alley further east, you will end up in the garden of Belvedere Palace, a relatively spacious, terraced palace park from the 18th century with promenades and green spaces. It includes the botanical garden of the University of Vienna, an alpine garden, the Swiss garden and even an allotment garden association. Belvedere Palace itself is a Baroque palace built by Prince Eugene in the 18th century with art from the Middle Ages to the present day and an important Klimt collection of paintings. The garden is the oldest part of the complex with two cascade fountains and numerous sculptures. Not far from the apartment to the north is the Mariahilf district, which includes the city's largest and most famous shopping street, Mariahilfer Straße, and the Naschmarkt, the largest inner-city market in Vienna, as well as the Vienna Furniture Museum. The latter is located in a former Habsburg warehouse and presents exhibits from three different centuries. In the eastern neighborhood of Mariahilf, the Inner City is within walking distance of some of the most important sights of Vienna: the State Opera, the Habsburg Palais Albertina (today one of the most famous museums in Austria), the Austrian Parliament and City Hall of the city, the Spanish Riding School and the St. Stephen's Cathedral. You can find more museums in the Museumsquartier, including the Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, the Leopold Museum, the Kunsthalle Wien or the Kunsthistorisches Museum, which is one of the largest and most important museums in the world. Also worth seeing in the Hietzing district to the west is Schönbrunnn Palace, Archduchess Maria Theresa's summer palace from the 18th century. The local tours take you through opulent ballrooms and private rooms in rococo style, the palace park offers sculptures and a maze. And if you want it a little quieter and more natural, a visit to the Danube Island, located a little outside the city center, is worthwhile. An extensive network of paths invites sporty people to go hiking, jogging, cycling and skating; But of course you can also take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the view of the Vienna skyline. Do you want to discover more of Vienna? Then choose one of our 3 additional thematic packages: "Culinary Package" includes around 3 hours, "Vienna and Wine" up to 6 hours, depending on the pace, and "Romantic Vienna" up to a whole day. For more information about our additional packages, just contact us!

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For those who want relaxation

Board games

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For sports enthusiasts

Bicycles for rent
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For those craving art

Kunstsammlung im Schloss Belvedere (1,6 km)
Möbelmuseum Wien (2,2 km)
Albertina (2,4 km)
Museumsquartier mit u.a. Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Leopold Museum, Kunsthalle Wien und  Kunsthistorischem Museum (2,4 km)

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Monuments

Schloss Belvedere mit weiten Grünanlagen und Kaskadenbrunnen (1,6 km)
Naschmarkt (1,6 km)
Innere Stadt mit Staatsoper, Albertina, Parlament, Rathaus, Spanische Hofreitschule und Stephansdom (3 km)
Schloss Schönbrunn (4,6 km)
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We have also thought of the smaller guests in the apartment: radio plays and toys, table tennis accessories and sand toys for visits to the nearby Alois-Drasche-Park and a children's bike are at your disposal. In the park mentioned there is a playground as well as opportunities to play football and table tennis, and in winter there is also a small ice rink. The Haus des Meeres in Esterházypark, which is not far away and mainly consists of marine aquariums and terrariums, is one of three zoos in Vienna, along with the Schönbrunn zoo and the Lainzer zoo. It is spectacularly housed in a former bunker and shows more than 10,000 animals on over 5,000 square meters, with the focus on animals from the Mediterranean Sea and from tropical freshwater and seawater habitats. The offer is supplemented by a terrarium department and a tropical house with birds, flying foxes and monkeys, which are not separated from visitors by bars or glass panes. The Museum Quarter also has some highlights in store for younger visitors, such as the Zoom Children's Museum with many interactive elements, the Jungle Vienna, a theater for children, and the Natural History Museum. The aforementioned Danube Island also offers children some highlights, such as a water playground where children can splash around to their hearts' content with free admission, jump into puddles and experiment with water. For children from 6 years of age there is a canal on the Danube Island, among other things. exciting kayak taster courses. And at the "Danube Jumping" facility near the Reichsbrücke bridge, young and old come jumping closer to the sky in front of the Vienna skyline. With 40 fields, it is the world's largest floating trampoline! Last but not least, visitors to the Donauinsel climbing park can climb eleven stations at a height of up to ten meters under the supervision of trained climbing guides. To climb yourself you have to be at least 1.10 meters tall, or children under 8 years of age have to be accompanied by an adult. Or does your child want to go to an amusement park? Then let's go to the Wurstelprater, which is located with its landmark, the Wiener Riesenrad, in the north-western part of the Wiener Prater recreation area. There have been amusement establishments here since the 18th century, today there are ghost trains, ring games (carousels), high-view railways (roller coasters), cabinets of mirrors and laughs, autodromes, drop towers or even slot machines. A similar but smaller facility is the Bohemian Prater, which is a popular destination for families, especially with the adjacent Laaer Berg recreation area. The rides, restaurants and the center of the "small Prater", the Tivoli event center, are located along a pedestrian zone.

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Portable / travel bed for children
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Attractions for children in the area

Haus des Meeres im Esterházypark (2 km)
Wasserspielplatz, Wildwasserkanal, Danube Jumping, Kletterpark und mehr auf der Donauinsel (9 km)
Alois-Drasche-Park (0,1 km)
Wiener Prater (5 km)
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Our address: Hauslabgasse 14, Wien, Lower Austria, Austria

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Vienna can be reached by motorway from all directions, e.g. from the west (Germany) via the A1 or state road B1 or from the north (Czech Republic) via the A5 or state road B7. --- Take the A1 and B1 to Gaudenzdorfer Gürtel, turn right onto it and follow it, even when it joins the Margaretengürtel. At the Matzleinsdorfer Platz train station, turn left and then right again to switch to Wiedner Hauptstraße. After approx. 750 meters right into Kriehubergasse, then the first left into Hauslabgasse, house number 14 is the second house on the right. --- Take the A5 and B7 to the Vienna-Floridsdorf district, then turn right onto the A22 and follow to the Floridsdorf junction. Use one of the right lanes to follow the signs for A2 / A4 / Flughafen / Graz / Budapest / B8 / Reichsbrücke. At the Kaisermühlen junction, use one of the right lanes to follow the signs on A23 towards Budapest / A1 / A2 / A21 / Graz / Linz / A4 / Handelskai / B14 / Flughafen. Likewise at the node Gürtel / Landstraße, to change right to Landstraßer Gürtel / B221. Follow the street to Kliebergasse, then turn right and then right again into Gassergasse. Take the fourth street on the left, Blechturmgasse and immediately turn left again into Hauslabgasse, house number 14 is the third house on the right.

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Bus: Tram-Haltestelle Laurenzgasse (0,3 km)

From the Laurenzgasse tram stop - which is served by lines 1 and 62 as well as the Badner Bahn - turn into the street of the same name until you reach Hauslabgasse after about 100 meters. Walk left into this, after about 90 meters you will find house number 14 on the left. --- If required, we also offer a transfer from Vienna-Schwechat airport, just talk to us about it!

Train: Hauptbahnhof Wien (1,3 km)

From Vienna Central Station you either walk along Gertrude-Fröhlich-Sandner- and Argentinierstraße to Weyringergasse and turn left into it. Follow the alley, also through the Alois-Drasche-Park, after which the Hauslabgasse comes, house number 14 is the third house on the right. Or you take the Gertrude-Fröhlich-Sandner-Straße and left the footpath that runs parallel to the Wiedner Gürtel to the tram stop Südtiroler Platz. From here, take line 18 (towards Burggasse-Stadthalle) one station to the Blechturmgasse stop, follow the Margaretengürtel about 90 meters in the direction of the tram and turn right into Kriehubergasse. After about 160 meters turn left into Hauslabgasse, house number 14 is the second house on the right. --- If required, we also offer a transfer from Vienna-Schwechat airport, just talk to us about it!

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Normally you have to book with us two nights in advance (so we can organize everything) and stay at least two nights. At Christmas and New Year we only rent on a weekly basis. There are discounts if you stay longer than 14 days or 4 weeks.

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Arrival from 14:00 to 21:00
Departure to 11:00
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When you have received your booking confirmation, 50% of the rental price must be paid as a deposit, the other 50% then 4 weeks before your planned stay. Please note: your reservation is no longer valid if we have not received your deposit within 5 days of your booking. If there are less than 4 weeks between your booking and your planned stay, the entire rental price must be paid at the time of booking. Speaking of the rental price: all ancillary costs such as electricity, heating, hot water, internet, television and even the local tax due for tourists are already included! You will always receive your keys personally from us. Our usual check-in time is between 2pm and 9pm. By personal arrangement at least five days before your arrival, we are happy to deviate from this, but for check-ins after 10 p.m. we charge a surcharge of 25 euros. Our check-out time is until 11am on the day of your departure. You're welcome - note that small children are also counted as residents and that older children must be over 14 years old to stay alone in the holiday home; - do not bring pets - although we like animals, they are not allowed in our apartments; - note that smoking is not allowed in our apartments. If you want to withdraw from our rental contract, that is of course possible, but we have to charge cancellation fees: If you cancel up to 30 days before the start of the rental period -> 50% of the rental price, if you cancel up to 14 days before the start of the rental period -> 80% of the rental price even short-term resignation -> 100%. As hosts, we reserve the right to terminate the tenancy immediately in the event of grossly negligent behavior on the part of our guests or in the event of their very unpleasant behavior towards neighbors. Should we not be able to provide our service due to force majeure (you know: earthquake, conflagration, end of the world and such things), we can also dissolve the contract without consequences.

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