1. August 2020
Don’t break the rules - shared living, shared rules
There are almost 1,600 students from more than 60 nations living under four roofs at Viennabase. Not only does this mean having lots of fun and forming new and exciting friendships, but it also comes with following a few rules. But it’s not so bad: when you know these rules, it’s pretty easy to stick to them.
Being quiet at night
You must be quiet at night between the hours of 10pm–6am. During this time, you should not listen to loud music, play musical instruments or do other things in your room or the building that could disturb your fellow residents.
Keep things tidy - also in the shared kitchen
Too many cooks spoil the broth. Do you recognise this saying? That doesn’t mean that you can’t make great food by cooking together. What it definitely does mean, is that too many cooks can make a mess. Therefore, please ensure that you always clean up after cooking. The next person to use the kitchen would like it to be clean as well.
Please don’t smoke
Fire detectors are installed in the entire Viennabase - except in specially designated smoking areas. Smoking is strictly forbidden and there is also a ban on the use of open flames.
Keep doors closed!
Please always close your door to prevent unauthorized access!
Trash belongs in the waste room - not in front of it, not next to it and not behind it
Dispose of your garbage only in the designated garbage bins (bottles, plastic, cans...) in our garbage rooms. So please never put your garbage in the general areas or next to the bins.
We welcome guests but not long-term guests
If everyone shows a little consideration, everything works wonderfully. Don’t you agree?
A challenging year for all of us is drawing to a close. Now is the time to enjoy the last days of the year and spend them with loved ones. Probably due to the current situation in their own homes. The entire Viennabase team wishes relaxing and merry christmas days and a good start into the year
Art & culture at a discounted price - discover the museums in your city
We understand that student budgets are tight. That doesn’t make things easy in a city with so many cultural, culinary and other activities. With the right information, however, you can make savings anywhere as a student. We’ll show you where there are discounts and offers for you.
There is much to explore in Vienna!
Vienna is a unique city with a high quality of life. The city fascinates with a long an interesting history. That´s why Vienna owns a lot of historic locations, buildings and tourist attractions.
Vienna combines an atmosphere from old times with a fresh modern cosmopolitan flair.
The most of you will already know