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Semantic Technology Institute International (STI International)Neubaugasse 10/15
A - 1070 Vienna
email: office AT sti2 DOT org
The STI International Office is located near the city center in Vienna’s most popular retail district.
Raw coordinates: N 48.199058, E 16.349664
We recommend taking a taxi or the City Airport Train (CAT) to get from the airport to our office, but we are easily reached via the Vienna public transport system.
Taxi or car rentals
Travel time is approximately 30 - 60 minutes depending on the traffic. The taxi fare is about €35.
Take the City Airport Train (CAT) to the subway station Landstrasse/ Wien Mitte and using subway U3 in the direction of Ottakring, pass 5 stops and get off at the station Neubaugasse. Travel time is approx. 30 minutes and the fare is about €10.
Take the Metropolitan train (S-Bahn) to the subway station Landstrasse/ Wien Mitte and using subway U3 in the direction of Ottakring, pass 5 stations and disembark at the station Neubaugasse. Travel time is approx. 45 minutes and the fare is about €3.
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Vienna is a classical European city and its many historic monuments, rich cultural heritage, and many opportunities to appreciate the arts and fine food make it an authentic destination for any traveler.
“Vienna is a city of music, cafes, waltzes, parks, pastries, and wine, a true cosmopolitan center, where different tribes and nationalities have, for centuries, fused their cultural identities to produce the intriguing and, often cynical, Viennese.
From the time the Romans selected a Celtic settlement on the Danube River as one of their most important central European forts, "Vindobona," the city we now know as Vienna , has played a vital role in European history. Austria grew around the city and developed into a mighty empire. The capital became a showplace during the tumultuous reign of the Hapsburg dynasty, whose court was a dazzling spectacle.
The face of the city has changed time and again because of war, siege, victory, defeat, the death of an empire and the birth of a republic, foreign occupation, and the passage of time. Fortunately, the Viennese character -- a strict devotion to the good life -- has remained solid.
Music, art, literature, theater, architecture, education, food, and drink are all part of Vienna 's allure...“
Recommended places to visit while in Vienna:
- Stephansdom (St. Stephen's Cathedral)
- The Imperial Crypt
- The Spanish Riding School
- Schoenbrunn Palace
- Vienna City Hall, the front gardens of which host a variety of cultural events and entertainment throughout the year
- The Vienna State Opera
- The Vienna Imperial Orchestra
There are many other amazing and unique sights and experiences in Vienna . Visit the Vienna tourism website for more information at: http://info.wien.at/