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It’s not worth your time. First of all is located at the opposite side of the city.
You can visit it by tram no 1 and hop on
hop off busses but that busses are passing every hour and it’s not gone take more than...More
Really wanted to see this building and to me it was worth it. It’s so full of history and it looks amazing and old. There was many people around taking photos and up the staircase to the building is a little cafe to have food...More
Interesting building, but not at all as clean and nice as pictured in travel guides or postcards. Very grubby and run-down looking, in fact. A disappointment. If you have 10 minutes to kill, go there by all means, but it’s not a must-see.
Was very excited to see this and get some great photos to show of the architecture and colours - however thoroughly disappointed upon arrival. This really needs to be maintained and looked after. Picture speak for itself. Not sure of the Gaudi comparisons, far from...More
After reading a travel guide and saw some pictures on the internet, we decided to visit the house, but the reality is very different. First of all the house is without any maintenance, the paint is totally discolored and the visual sensation is not impressive,...More
A gem of an art museum to rival any of the competition in Vienna for art aficionados. Great bio on the extensive achievements and interests of Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Beautiful art works and venue. Excellent offerings at cafe as well. Aim at spending a minimum of...More
This is an actual lived-in 50 apartment complex has been created by the modern and very famous in Austria painter and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser. His buildings are spritzed with a forest and topped with little parks and trees - close to nature and food for...More
We had first come across Hundertwasser 18 months ago when we happened upon his toilet in New Zealand so were pleased to be able to see more of his work while in Vienna.
It is in his usual quirky, colourful style and quite eye-catching