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You want to stay more comfortable? Take a look at Neuer Markt Pension

Viennese hospitality in a central location

Our small bed and breakfast is situated in the heart of Vienna in a reduced-traffic area in the city centre next to Donaukanal. A walk to the St. Stephen's Cathedral takes less than 10 minutes. The underground- and tram station Schwedenpatz is just a few minutes away.

Directly in the city centre

Nearly all famous sights are within walking distance. Have a walk through the romantic alleys in the historic centre, or join the hustle and bustle at the Schwedenplatz – whatever you prefer! The arty Donaukanal and the green Prater are also located just a stone's throw away.

If you are getting hungry after an extensive sightseeing-tour, a lot of restaurants and cafés are awaiting you in the many narrow alleys around the Pension Dr. Geissler.

Your central bed and breakfast in the heart of Vienna

Das Herrnhuterhaus


Our adress:

Pension Dr. Geissler
Postgasse 14
1010 Vienna



The entrance of our bed and breakfast is inconspicuous. As we aren't a hotel, we don't have our own entrance hall. We share the entrance of the apartment building with all the other residents here. Please ring the bell at the entrance and it will be opened by our receptionist immediately. Please don't be alienated finding yourself in a tiled staircase. Take the elevator to the 8th floor. There you will find our reception team ready to welcome you!

Public transport close to the Pension Dr. Geissler

Station "Schwedenplatz"

Underground train U1, U4
Tram 1,2
Bus 3A
Night line N25, N26, N29, N31, N36, N38, N58, N60, N66, N67
Vienna Ring Tram
Twin-City-Liner (Vienna-Bratislava)
Airport bus


Would you like to use the public transport? Find help here: Online-time table
That's where you can find your ideal travelling route, arrival and departure times, ticket fees and train changes. Our receptionists will be also happy to help you!



Pension Dr. Geissler

Postgasse 14
1010 Wien

Phone: +43 1 533 28 03
Fax: +43 1 553 26 35

AGBH 2006.
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