Wiener Rathaus, Vienna
In the heart of the city, the Rathauskeller is located at the 'Ringstraße' avenue in the basement of the famous Vienna City Hall. Since its completion in 1883, Vienna's City Hall, or Rathaus, has been the headquarters of the city and provincial government. Architect Friedrich Schmidt designed the basement vault as a place for 'food and drink'. The recently renovated halls and parlours of the Wiener Rathauskeller offer a unique atmosphere, where the tradition of high-quality Viennese hospitality is continued with pride.
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Metro: U2, Rathaus station
Tram: 1, 2, D Burgtheater station
Parking 'Rathauspark' (entrance Dr. Karl Lueger Ring)
Bus-parking 'Rathauspark' / in front of Rathauskeller
Note on parking:
The streets around the City Hall are in a short-stay parking zone which is applicable until 7 p.m.
1 hour costs € 0,80 - max. parking 1,5 hours
(parking coupons can be obtained at the 'Trafik' newsagents and in banks)
All cars parked without such coupons will be towed away!
Grinziger Saal, 220 Seats