“Bartolo is a very good host, taking care of you in every kind of need. His instructions are very precise. He is very kind. His apartment is in the centre of town and it is ideal to visit Salisburg by walking. A supermarket is at 20 metres far from the building, and you can find typical restaurants and shops all around home. The apartment is ideal for 2/3 people and confortable, silent thanks to double windows. The apartment is furnished of what you need as described in the announcement. I recommend it to all people loving historical centres”
Bartolo's reviewsAs a host (3)
“Bartolo is a very good host and his apartment in the historical centre in Salisburg is really delicious. Very quite and confortable, ideal for 2 people, adaptable for 3. You are in the hearth of the town, with supermarket 20 metres far from home . You can reach every zone of Salisburg by walking and visit every corner or typical restaurant and shops in few minutes promenade.”
“Communication with Bartolo was very easy and friendly and everything on arrival was ready for us , apartment was nicely warm and ready for us to enjoy. The location is great, place is furnished very comfortably and has everything you need. we were very happy and thankful that we could enjoy the advent and Krampus run in Salzburk and hope we will host Bartolo soon in Prague. ”
Where is it?
Vienna, 15th district:
Nice, diversified residential neighbourhood. Originally an elegant district with mostly fin-de-siècle houses (built around 1900, like the house where I live), it then became a multicultural neighbourhood - in my street alone, there is a Chinese restaurant, a turkish bakery (Baklava, mmmmh....), a Serbian grill, a Pizzeria, and a big market with foods from all over the world.
It is in the middle of a 'gentrification' process, so there are more and more up-market 'hipstery' places.
Close to Schönbrunn castle (10 minutes walk), to Westbahnhof (2 stops by subway), the lovely 7th district (3-4 stops on the subway or tram), the Museumsquartier (5 stops on the subway or tram), the touristy centre of the city (6-7 stops on thee subway, direct connection), and many more.
Closest subway and tram stop: Johnstraße.
If you arrive by train: Westbahnhof is the closest station (direkt subway ride, 2 stops). If your train is headed for the main station (Hauptbahnhof), get off at Wien Meidling, then take the U6 to Westbahnhof, and change for the U3 to Johnstraße. (Or: Continue to Hauptbahnhof, then take the U1 to Stephansplatz, then the U3 to Johnstraße.)
If you arrive by plane: Take the train headed to Hauptbahnhof (not the CAT, that is expensive!), and coninue as explained above.
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