The Vienna Twin Tower, designed by the renowned architect Massimiliano Fuksas, rises not far from the Hotel Bosei as a landmark of the Wienerberg. The building complex is home to around 50,000 m² of office space, a cinema, a variety of stores as well as gastronomy.
The historic water tower is a landmark of the 10th district Favoriten in Vienna. It was built in 1898 and supplied the elevated areas of the 10th and 12th district with drinking water (at least on a case-by-case basis) until 1956. If you don't want to just look, but be active instead, take a dip at the water playground next door!
The sweetest excursion in Vienna will definitely be to the SchokoMuseum (chocolate museum). Just a 20-minute walk from Hotel Bosei, young and old can learn everything there is to know about chocolate. Samples included!
Be active in Favoriten
Action in Vienna's most populated district
The Wienerberg is part of the 10th district and holds some treasures that are even unknown to the Viennese. Extensive walks, a round of golf and good bourgeois cuisine - all this can be experienced in the working class district of Favoriten if you are tired of classical sightseeing.