Meet us in ICPSE 2018 and enjoy the trip to Vienna

Few hotels close to university
(and also to city center):

Hotel Papageno

3-Sterne-Hotel

Adresse: Wiedner Hauptstrasse 23-25, 1040 Vienna

Telefon: 01 5046744

http://shs-hotels.com/hotel-papageno/en/

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Hotel Attaché

3-Sterne-Hotel

Adresse: Wiedner Hauptstraße 71, 1040 Wien

Telefon: 01 5051818

http://www.hotelattache.at/

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Kremslehnerhotels GmbH
Hotel Johann Strauss
Favoritenstraße 12
A-1040 Wien
Tel.: +43 1 505 76 24 730
Fax: +43 1 505 76 28
js@kremslehnerhotels.at
www.kremslehnerhotels.at/johannstrauss

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Holiday Inn Vienna City
Margaretenstrasse 53
1050 Wien
Tel: +43 1 588 50 153
Fax: +43 1 588 50 899
reservation@holiday-inn.at
www.holidayinn.com/vienna-city

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wombat’s CITY HOSTELS - Vienna
Rechte Wienzeile 35
A - 1040 Wien
Tel: +43 1 897 23 36
Fax: +43 1 897 25 77
bookvienna@wombats.eu
www.wombats-hostels.com

Venue Location

Address: Gusshausstrasse 27-29, Ground floor, Vienna, 1040 Austria

Meering Room Location: Technical University, Gusshausstrasse 25, 4th Floor, Übungsraum.Vienna, 1040 Austria

TU Wien (TUW) is located in the heart of Europe, in a cosmopolitan city of great cultural diversity. For more than 200 years, TU Wien has been a place of research, teaching and learning in the service of progress. TU Wien is among the most successful technical universities in Europe and is Austria’s largest scientific-technical research and educational institution.

About Vienna, Austria

Imperial Architecture
Vienna's imperial grandeur is the legacy of the powerful Habsburg monarchy. Their home for more than six centuries, the Hofburg palace complex, incorporates the Burgkapelle (Imperial Chapel), where the Vienna Boys' Choir sings Sunday Mass, and the famed Spanish Riding School, where Lipizzaner stallions perform elegant equine ballet, along with a trove of museums, including in the chandeliered Kaiserappartements (Imperial Apartments). Other immense palaces include the baroque Schloss Belvedere and the Habsburgs' 1441-room summer residence, Schloss Schönbrunn, while 19th-century splendours such as the neo-Gothic Rathaus (City Hall) line the magnificent Ringstrasse encircling the Innere Stadt (inner city).

Masterpiece-filled Museums
One of the Habsburgs' most dazzling Rinsgstrasse palaces, the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, houses the imperial art collection. It's packed with priceless works by Old Masters, and treasures including one of the world's richest coin collections. Behind the Hofburg, the former imperial stables have been transformed into the innovative MuseumsQuartier, with a diverse ensemble of museums, showcasing 19th- and 20th-century Austrian art at the Leopold Museum to often-shocking avant-garde works at the contemporary MUMOK. Meteorites, fossils and prehistoric finds fill the Naturhistorisches Museum, while exquisite furnishings at the applied-arts Museum für Angewandte Kunst are also among the artistic feasts in store.

Soul-stirring Music
With a musical heritage that includes composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Josef Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss (father and son), Johannes Brahms and Gustav Mahler, among countless others, Vienna is known as the City of Music. Its cache of incredible venues where you can catch performances today include the acoustically renowned Musikverein, used by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the gold-and-crystal main opera house, the Staatsoper, and the multistage Konzerthaus, as well as the dedicated home of the Vienna Boys' Choir, MuTh. Music comes to life through interactive exhibits at the captivating Haus der Musik museum.

Renowned Drinking & Dining
The Viennese appreciation of the finer things in life extends to its opulent coffee-house 'living rooms' serving spectacular cakes; its beloved pub-like Beisln dishing up hearty portions of Wiener Schnitzel, Tafelspitz (prime boiled beef) and goulash; elegant restaurants; and its fine Austrian wines served in vaulted Vinothek (wine bar) cellars, and in rustic vine-draped Heurigen (wine taverns) in the vineyards fringing the city. Local and international delicacies fill the heady Naschmarkt stalls, and creative chefs are experimenting with local produce and fresh new flavour combinations in innovative, often repurposed venues.