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Map of Vienna Austria: Landmarks, Transport, Hotels, Free Wifi

Map of Vienna. On this page you find my collection of the best online and printed city maps. Find the most suitable map for your needs: find out your way round, find all top landmarks, search for addresses, find hotels in your favourite spots, and free Wi-Fi spots across town. If you want to print the online maps, click on the link to the full version (Vollversion) where available and print them from there.

General Map Of Vienna

Map of Vienna. This map by the local city council is extremely useful. It has multiple layers which indicate points of public interest such as public transport and pharmacies. Use it to orientate yourself and to search for transport and general attractions.

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How the city map works: Zoom in or out to orientate yourself, using the Zoom function on the top right. In the top right part of the map you see the Danube, and in the middle of the map you should see a round shaped enclosure – that is the inner city, and the almost circle shaped purple line around it is the Ring boulevard (Ringstrasse). You will probably want to start your orientation from there as this is where most attractions are located.

Map For Hotel Search

Staying close to your favourite landmark or in a beautiful residential district makes a difference. If your hotel should be in a specific location use this Hotel Search Map below. Click on the map to find hotel deals in a particular location. You will be able to compare deals from the biggest booking sites such as booking.com, expedia.com and agoda.com for each hotel on one page.

Map of Vienna: hotels

Map For Address Search

Map of Vienna.  This map helps you find local addressesrestaurants, and general points of interest. Click on the Search nearby link in the Adress window on the top right. Type in the street address or a point of interest. Use this map in a separate window when you flick through Vienna Unwrapped. It includes many recommendations of places to stayeat and drink, and more specifically the best local attractions.


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Throughout this website, you will also find specific local maps which will indicate recommended sites, for example a local map including my choice of the best museums.

 Vienna Metro Map

Map of Vienna.  This map outlines the metro stations in Vienna’s centre and beyond:

 

Map of Vienna: detail of metro map

Download the full version of  Metromap_Vienna in PDF.

Free Wifi Spots

Map of Vienna.  This city map shows you all free Wifi spots in Vienna. Many of them are located in coffeehouses and restaurants, and some museums offer free Wifi, too.

Vienna Unwrapped symbolMy tip: If you want to browse the internet, check your emails and post your pictures on Facebook cheaply and safely, there is another option – learn more about it in WiFi in Vienna.

Printed Maps of Vienna

Map of Vienna.  The Streetwise Map is just simple and useful. It’s laminated, therefore hard-wearing, can be accordion-folded and fits easily into your pocket. The map covers the area of main Vienna in 1:10,000 which is likely all you need if you are planning a city break. The map includes a metro map and a street directory.

The Knopf MapGuide slices Vienna in six districts and maps: Stephansdom; Freyung/ Hofburg; Ring/ Josefstadt/ Alsergrund; Leopoldstadt/ Prater; Karlsplatz/ Wienzeile/ Belvedere, and Schönbrunn/ Hietzing. Great for a focused city break, as each maps features tips and addresses.

The Popout Map is for people like me who encounter some difficulties in folding a map. The self-folding, octagonal shaped map includes two pop-out maps, and additional maps of Schönbrunn Palace, the metro, and the city and subregional railway (S-Bahn). It includes a street index and main places of interest.

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