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Austrian Hospice

  • 37 Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem
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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 378 traveler reviews
The best place to chill in the afternoon
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 27, 2019

An oasis of peace in a very hectic place. The Austrian hospice is my favourite place to spend a leisurely afternoon with coffee and a strudel. It is truly a place of peace and quiet and the view from the rooftop is one of the best in Jerusalem. Definitely recommended after...

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An oasis of peace in a very hectic place. The Austrian hospice is my favourite place to spend a leisurely afternoon with coffee and a strudel. It is truly a place of peace and quiet and the view from the rooftop is one of the best in Jerusalem. Definitely recommended after a day of walking and sightseeing.

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Amazing view
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 20, 2019

Best rooftop view of the old city of jerusalem. Entry to the roof 5 Nis. If you take the stairs you will always find some art on the floors with old/new photos of Jerusalem. The viennese cafe on the first floor is also worth a visit.

Lovely garden and view.
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 30, 2019

This place is wonderful. Ring the doorbell and they buzz you in, don’t be put off by the locked door. We had sachertorte and apple strudel, both tasty, sat on the garden terrace. The best tables are the ones up on mounts near the entrance as they have more of a rooftop view but...

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This place is wonderful. Ring the doorbell and they buzz you in, don’t be put off by the locked door. We had sachertorte and apple strudel, both tasty, sat on the garden terrace. The best tables are the ones up on mounts near the entrance as they have more of a rooftop view but the others are beautiful as they are in more of a garden space. You can then go up 2 more floors to a rooftop terrace and get the most wonderful skyline views of the old city. It costs 5 sheckels but well worth it. Take water up with you because you’ll want to sit and take in the view. Closes at 6 (the rooftop) which is a shame as would be amazing for sunset, but apparently it’s open til 8 on Saturdays.

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