Where to stay
Starlight Suiten Hotel am Salzgries 12
One of three in Vienna, this Starlight Hotel is an out-of-center moderately priced ($180-$255) all-suites accommodation , roomy enough for a family of three. A sparse continental breakfast is included .
Hotel Mozart Julius-Tandler-Platz 4
Circa 1900, utilitarian-looking 56 rooms ; $50-$125 per night (including breakfast buffet and taxes). After World War II Allied troops in occupied Austria were quartered in the building .
Where to eat
Café Mozart Albertinaplatz 2
Opposite the Albertina Collection of Graphic Arts, close to Imperial Palace museums and the opera house. Graham Greene worked on the screenplay of ``The Third Man" here and set one scene on the street outside. 8 a.m.-midnight.
The Demel Kohlmarkt 14
A famous baroque - style bakery and chocolatier dating to 1786. Located near the Hofburg Palace, it was the ``Imperial and Royal Court Confectionary Bakery" to the Habsburgs. Coffee from $3.75. Open 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Palmenhaus Burggarten park
The century-old Palmenhaus is a spacious brasserie filled with huge potted palms and arched over by steel and glass like a crystal palace. Lunch, dinner; main courses $17.50-$25. 10 a.m-2 a.m.
Vienna Tourist Board 011-43-1-24-555
City of Vienna