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Vienna Schwedenplatz U1/U4 Station

Schwedenplatz Station and Schwedenplatz square are situated about 5 minutes walk from Stephansdom to the north, where the Donaukanal marks the border of Wien Innere Stadt, Vienna’s 1st district. Important streets close to Schwedenplatz include Franz-Josefs-Kai (along the Donaukanal), Rotenturmstrasse (from Schwedenplatz to Stephansplatz), and Taborstrasse (from Schwedenplatz to the north). Schwedenplatz Station is a public transport hub, with U-Bahn lines U1 and U4, trams, and buses to all directions.

Schwedenplatz Station hotels

There is a wide choice of hotels close to Schwedenplatz Station: from budget hotels and hostels to 3, 4, and 5 star hotels. More hotels are situated to the south of Schwedenplatz Station in Innere Stadt, but you will also find many hotels in Taborstrasse and the adjacent streets on the other side of the Donaukanal. Use the link below to see hotel guest reviews and description. You can sort the hotels by price or distance from Schwedenplatz and filter them by various criteria:

Hotels in Vienna city centre with good access to Schwedenplatz

If you walk from Schwedenplatz Station to the south, you will soon get to St. Stephen’s Cathedral and then through K√§rntner Strasse (the traditional shopping street) to Vienna State Opera and Karlsplatz. At Stephansplatz you can turn right to the Imperial Palace, Museums Quarter, and Vienna City Hall. All these locations in the Inner City form the true heart of Vienna with the highest concentration of hotels, restaurants, and culture. You can walk from Schwedenplatz to any of them within 5-15 minutes. Another good thing is that there are very few cars inside the Inner City.

Booking Wien Schwedenplatz Station hotels

The demand for accommodation in Vienna city centre fluctuates during the year. It is at its peak in summer, before christmas, and on several other occasions such as public holidays or major cultural events. It is recommended to book your hotel well in advance, particularly when you are coming in one of these peak times and you are less flexible with dates of stay in Vienna.