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Schwarzenbergplatz (Schwarzenberg Square) is located in the southern part of Vienna city centre between Ringstrasse and Belvedere Gardens. It is only a short walk from Karlsplatz – the two squares are connected by Lothringerstrasse and Brucknerstrasse. Several other important streets meet at Schwarzenbergplatz, among them Rennweg and Prinz-Eugen-Strasse.
Schwarzenbergplatz is a busy tram junction. Two nearest U-Bahn stations are Karlsplatz and Stadtpark.
There are several good hotel areas within easy walking distance from Schwarzenbergplatz.
The best and nearest hotel location is definitely Ringstrasse, the wide almost-circle boulevard bypassing Vienna Inner City and crossing also the northern side of Schwarzenbergplatz. The nearest sections of Ringstrasse, each with several very good hotels, are Kärntner Ring, Schubertring, and Parkring (the latter has several hotels facing the large Stadtpark – City Park).
Another popular place to stay is Karlsplatz, just one block to the west from Schwarzenbergplatz. Karlsplatz is also very green (there are two parks) and has probably the best public transport connections of all places in Vienna – including 3 U-Bahn lines. Several cheaper hotels can be found in the streets south of Karlsplatz in the district of Wieden.
Kärntner Strasse is a well-known shopping and hotel street that goes from Karlsplatz, crosses Ringstrasse in front of Vienna State Opera, and continues into the centre of the Inner City to Stephansdom. Many hotels in Kärntner Strasse have long history and offer the right old-Viennese atmosphere.
Vienna city centre is a popular tourist destination and the location of many cultural events throughout the year. It is highly recommended to book accommodation early, especially when you are not flexible with dates of your stay in Vienna.
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