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Vienna Sights

Spittelberg Quarter

  • Off Burggasse Map It
  • 7th District/Spittelberg
  • Historic District/Site

Updated 08/26/2014

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The Spittelberg is like a slice of Old Vienna, a perfectly preserved little enclave that allows you to experience the 18th century by strolling along cobblestone pedestrian streets lined with pretty baroque town houses. The quarter—one block northwest of Maria-Theresien-Platz off the Burggasse—offers a fair visual idea of the Vienna that existed outside the city walls a century ago. Most buildings have been replaced, but the engaging 18th-century survivors at Burggasse

11 and 13 are adorned with religious and secular decorative sculpture, the latter with a niche statue of St. Joseph, the former with cherubic work-and-play bas-reliefs. Around holidays, particularly Easter and Christmas, the Spittelberg quarter, known for arts and handicrafts, hosts seasonal markets offering unique and interesting wares. Promenaders will also find art galleries and lots of restaurants.

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Off Burggasse, Vienna, A-1070, Austria

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Updated 08/26/2014


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Jul 29, 2006

Cute cafes

The street is really nothing special, but there is a really cute cafe that is a great place to stop for a meal or just a Vienesse Coffee (which was delicious). The cafe has trees and nice light poles - it made the walk over worth it. Otherwise, the street itself isn't very special.

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