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In the heart of the Freihausviertel
The Schleifmühlgasse is more like the beating heart of the Freihausviertel. Anyone who finds themselves here will immediately pick up on the special atmosphere in this Grätzl (Viennese slang for district), where variety and a zest for life are to be found at every turn. The most beautiful part of the street leads from the Naschmarkt to Margaretenstraße and offers plenty to be discovered, from small design shops, to cafés, bars and restaurants. You’ll want to stay and linger.
Take a stroll and discover something new
There’s also plenty to explore in the other streets in Freihausviertel. The small coffee roastery Alt Wien, for example, is where that special aroma in your coffee mug every morning at the Hotel Drei Kronen comes from, as they provide us with their roasted fresh beans.
The smallest champagne bottle in the world
Close by is the Comptoir Szigeti bar, where you’ll find what is probably the smallest bottle of champagne in the world (0.125 l). And at Flo Vintage, visitors can expect to find fashion dating back more than 100 years. You have to see it to believe it. The Freihausviertel district is an experience not to be missed.