Conveniently located. In the elegant fourth district and in within sight of the city center, CityHomes apartments are the perfect fit for travelers who appreciate the pulse of the city center while enjoying independent living and the convenience of proximity. From here most of the City’s highlights can be conveniently reached on foot or in a couple of minutes by subway or tram. Whether art, culture, top restaurants or small, down-to-earth pubs, the so-called “Beisel” – here you are only a stone’s throw away from all your travel wishes. And in case you do not like exploring by yourself, we will be more than happy to provide you with some insider recommendations. Information on how to get to your CityHomes apartment the best way can be found here. CityHomes Directions
On the way with public transportation
Tram lines 1 and 62 as well the “Badnerbahn” pass close to your residence. Tram Stop “Paulanergasse”
Only 1 stop from Vienna’s main train station “Hauptbahnhof” or 2 stops to “Stephansplatz”. The subway junction “Karlsplatz” where lines U1, U2 and U4 come together can be reached in 3 minutes by foot.
The best sides of Vienna
CityHomes apartments invite you to explore the city on foot as it is very centrally located. Discover Vienna as the capital of music with its world-renowned sights such as the Opera house, “Musikverein” as well as the “Theater an der Wien”. Visit one of the Viennese theatres and be inspired by the density of the city’s cultural offerings. On top of that, Vienna invites you to over 100 museums and exhibitions, plenty of galleries such as the “Galerie-Szene Schleifmühlgasse” and countless historical churches and chapels. Welcome to Vienna!
Wine and Dine
CityHomes apartments are located in one of the most exciting districts of Vienna and attract with a variety of cafés, restaurants, pubs and bars just around the corner. No matter what your craving is – typical Austrian, Italian, Greek, Levantine, Mexican, you name it – here you will certainly find what you are looking for. Particularly the nearby “Naschmarkt”, one of Vienna’s oldest and biggest open marketplaces, offers a colorful choice of restaurants and taverns. For those, however, who prefer to cook themselves we recommend the local supermarkets and convenience stores with their assortment of fresh products.
Modern living in historical walls
The building at Favoritenstraße 2 looks back on a history of over 200 years. Famous architect Franz Wipplinger originally erected the building on the former foundation walls of the Paulaner Monastery in 1802. Respecting its original character, the 4-storey tall building was newly restored and cautiously refurbished in 2011, using state of the art technology. Today it is listed as a protected monument and houses several private apartments in addition to our CityHomes.