Skyapartments Vienna
Taborstraße 52, 1020 Vienna - Austria
Tel.: +43 1 2124955

Email: info(at)skyapartments.at

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In the City of Vienna

In the City of Vienna



Vienna isn’t only the capital of Austria, but also an entity of culture and class within Europe. As a centre and home of most famous classical composers, like Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Straus, Vienna offers more then 50 theatres and operas.

From our Sky Apartments, you are only 10 min. away from our known city-opera, the art-house “Albertina”, the “Kunsthistorischen Museum”, the concert house Palais-Hübner, and many more culture-events.

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Jewish Museums



The jewish museum of Vienna which is located in the centre of Vienna shows different exhibitions around the year.

There are two jewish museums in the city, The jewish museum – Palais Eskeles on the Dorotheergasse 11, which shows different exhibitions. The other was museum on Judenplatz, was recently opened, when some ruins of an old shul were discovered, there you’ll find out a bit about the jews and the community before the war.

To get there from our house you can take the underground in front of our house to Karlsplatz, which just takes a few minutes. Following trough the centre of the city and other sited trough the Hofburg you’ll find yourself in a about 10 minutes by food at the museums. Our staff will gladly guide you to the places you like.

Link: http://www.jmw.at/en.html

Grand Synagogue



The grand synagogue, called “the Stadttempel” is located in the centre of the city and is about 10min. away from our apartments, just take the tram nr.2 to the Schwedenplatz and from there it’s only a few minutes to walk to the synagogue.

You can see tours of the synagogue, which you would first have to reserve by calling the number below:

Tel. +43/1/535 04 31 - 311

Jewish cemetery



The Jewish cemetery is 250.000m² big and was built in 1916, after the first gate which was already created in the 16th century, was getting too small.

There are some great Jewish leaders and Rabbi’s buried there, and people like to take a chance to go and pray at their tombstone.

Since the cemetery is not in the local area, we can help you organise a driver to take you to the cemetery from our house. The cemetery is about a driving distance from 15-20min. away from our house.

For opening hours call : + 431/ 767 6252. fax: +431/ 768 1522