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The 'Hundertwasser Village' was designed by famous Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser in 1991. It is located opposite 'Hundertwasserhaus' and shows his ideas of interior design. The house had been used by a car tyre company before and was...more
We brought a 3 Day Pass for €17 each, from the train station, which allows one to ride all local buses/trams and the Metro, was a bargain, compared to the Rip Off prices of €150 for 3 days on the Hop on, Hop off Buses....More
It may have been very beautiful and special to look at and visit when it was first built but now this place is pretty much a disappointing hub of cheap souvenirs with overpriced coffee shops and restaurants. Quirky it may be, but unless you’re in...More
Do not miss the Hunderwasser Village and stunning cafe. This is a unique experience - a bit of a trek but well worth it. Colourful, imaginative and totally different. If you read up about Hundertwasser before you visit you will certainly get a better understanding....More
It is Quite a long walk to the village from the city centre, but in the end it is well worth it. It is a quirky sight and something that I have never seen anywhere else before. The entire area looks as if it were...More
If I lived in Vienna, I'd want to live in this village, no apartment is alike, all are super colorful and quirky and there's even a phone booth like in London. The ground is just as uneven as the building, lots of awesome souvenirs (though...More
Situated opposite the Hundertwasser house, this small shopping arcade is built in the same style so quirky features and lots of colour. The shops are a variety of souvenir outlets with varying quality of goods including Hundertwasser design inspired items. Not worth a special visit...More