Austria-Hungary: Including Dalmatia and Bosnia; Handbook for Travellers

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I. Vienna and its environs.
1.Vienna .1
I.The Inner City and the Ring-Strasse14
a. Church of St. Stephen. Graben. Kohlmarkt , 14. --
b. The Imperial Hofburg , 17. — c. The S.E. Part of the
Inner City
, 20. — d. The. N.W. Part of the Inner City ,
22. — e. The Ring-Strasse , 26. — f. The Imperial Mu-
seums
, 41.
II.The Outer Districts63
2.Environs of Vienna75
Kablenberg and Lepoladsberg , 75. — Klosterneuburg;
Dornbach; Neuwaldegg; Hermannskogel
, 77. — Mödling;
Laxenburg; Baden
, 78.

1. Vienna.

Arrival. Vienna local time is 5 min. in advance of Central Europe time, which is observed by the railways. — Vienna possesses seven RAILWAY STATIONS. 1. Northern ('Nordbahnhof'; Pl. I, F, G, 3), II. Leopoldstadt, Nordbahn-Strasse, near the Praterstern. 2. North-Western ('Nordwestbahn- hof'; Pl. I, F, 2), also II. Leopoldstadt, Tabor-Str. 3. Southern ('Südbahnhof'; Pl. I, F, 6) and 4. 'Staatsbahnhof' (Pl. I; F, 6), both in X. Favoriten. 5. Western ('Westbahnhof'; Pl. I, C, 5), in XV. Fünfhaus (p. 70). 6. Franz- Josef-Bahnhof (Pl. I; E, 2), IX. Alsergrund, Althan-Platz. 7. Aspang- Bahnhof (Pl. I; F, G, 5), III. Landstrasse, Rennweg. — For stations on the 'Suburban Lines connecting these, see p. 6. A slight octroi examination takes place at the stations. — Travellers arriving by railway should at once secure a CAB (p. 4): one-horse cab from stations 1-5 to the inner town, 2 K. 20 h. (at night 3 K.), luggage 60 h., two-horse 3 K. 20 h. (at night 4 K. 40 h.), luggage 80 h.; from stations 6 & 7, 1 K. 80 h., or 2K. 60 h., (at night 2 K. 40, 3 K. 50 h.), luggage 60 or 80 h. Small articles of luggage inside the cab are free. — Hotel omnibuses are seldom to be found at the station. — Tickets, etc., may be obtained at the tourist-offices mentioned on p. 9. — For the stations of the Electric Tramways and Suburban Lines, see pp.4-6; Steamboats, see p. 6.

Plans of the Town. In the text-references to the plans of Vienna the large general plan (p. 2) is referred to as Pl. I, that of the inner city (p. 14) as Pl. II.

Hotels (comp. Pl. II, p. 14). Interior of the City: *HôTEL BRISTOL. (Pl. s; C, 4), Kärntner-Ring 5, R. 3-50, B. 2, luncheon 5, D. 7, pens. from 12 K.; *FROHNER'S HôTEL IMPARIAL (Pl. a; C, 5), Kärntner-Ring 16, R. 7-14, B. 1 K. 80 h., 1). D. 4 K.; *GRAND HÔTEL (Pl. b; C, 4, 5), Kärntner-Ring 9, R. 4 ½-12 ½, B. 1 K. 60 h., D. 6 K; these three of the first class, with corresponding charges; *HÔTEL SACHER (Pl. x; C, 4), Augustiner-Str. 4, behind the opera-house, with restaurant (p. 2); *HôT. KRANTZ (Pl. e; C, 4), Neuer Markt 6, R. 6-11, B. 1 K. 20 h., D. 6, pens. from 11 K.; *HÔTEL MEISSL & SCHADN (Pl. g; C, 4), Neuer Markt 2, R. 5-16, B. 1 K. 40-1 K. 70 h.; *ERZHERZOG CARL (Pl. f; C, 4), Kärntner-Str. 31, R. 4-8, B. 1 K. 20 h, pens. from 15 K.; *Kaiserin elisabeth (Pl. k; C, 3), Weihburggasse 3, R. 4-10 L. 3, D. 5, pens. from 14 K.; *Residenz hotel (Pl. u; B, 2), I. Teinfalt-Str. 6, near the Franzens-Ring, R. 4-8, B, 1 K. 10 h., D. 4, pens. K.; *HÔTEL MÉTROPOLE (Pl. c. C, D, 2), Franz-Josef-Quai 19, R. 3-7, B. 1 K. 10 h., D. 5, pens. 13 ½-16 K.; *HÔTEL DE FRANCE (Pl. d; B, 2), Schotten-Ring 3; MATSCHAKERHOF (Pl. i; C 3), Seilergasse 6, R. 3 K. 60 h.-11 K., B. 1 K. 10 h., D. 5, pens. from 12 ½ K.; HÔTEL ROYAL (Pl. y; C, 3), Singer-Str. 3, R. 3-10,

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Money-Table ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Maps x
  • Introduction xi
  • Abbreviations xviii
  • I - Vienna and Its Environs 1
  • Contents 1
  • II - Upper and Lower Austria, Salzkammergut, and Salzburg 83
  • Contents 83
  • III - Tyrol.. 127
  • Contents 127
  • IV - Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, and Istria 173
  • Contents 173
  • V - Bohemia and Moravia 215
  • Contents 215
  • VI - Galicia and the Bukowina 275
  • Contents 275
  • VII - Dalmatia 289
  • Contents 289
  • VIII - Hungary, Croatia, and Slavonia 317
  • Contents 317
  • IX - Transylvania 401
  • Contents 401
  • X - Bosnia and the Herzegovina 427
  • Contents 427
  • Index 443
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