I absolutely love IKEA. There is always something cool to buy for my house. Bit overcrowded on Saturdays, but that only confirms that everybody loves IKEA.
The IKEA FAMILY card can store your bills so whenever you want to return unused items you don't have to worry about finding original receipt. It's all stored on your card.
IKEA Nord is convenient, cheap, and... well... Swedish!
If you've never been to an IKEA before, get out from under that rock, throw out all of your old furniture, and spend a day in this Swedish furniture mecca transforming your flat into a stylish marvel (some assembly required).
If you live on this side of the city, IKEA Nord is easier to get to than the SCS one. I know the SCS one will be bigger once their renovations are done, but while the construction is ongoing, I like to shop at the Nord location as the departments aren't always shifting around.
Pick up a hotdog or some Swedish meatballs while you're there and if you sign up for their IKEA Family club, you get free coffee and other benefits.
Ikea, good as usual. It's just a pity they don't have meatballs on the menu anymore ;)
Vienna is one of the few cities that has two IKEA stores, and both are very good.
My personal opinion is that this one is not as big as the other one but of course they still have all the same products, prices and service.
I actually do my IKEA shopping at this one as it is closer to my home and easier for me to get the stuff home again.
Therefore i am very happy to have the choice between the two of them.
Just moved to Vienna from a furnished flat in Spain, so we were in need of things, things and more things. And what a great place to start than in Ikea? From entrance hall to garden they've got you covered on 2 MASSIVE floors. Guys beware: there is more stuff here than you can possibly look at!
But if there is such a thing as a positive criticism it would be that there is soooo much to chose from. A great place to get anything you want for the home.
Large, spacious and easily reached from the centre of Vienna. Take the U1 (red line) to Kagranerplatz station, exit right and take the 24A bus, it drops you outside Aldi and then its just over the road.
Reasonably priced as per usual.
My second Ikea experience was in Wien !! My parents had just moved from South America to Austria, and were adjusting to having less space. While searching for functional furniture for the new digs, we decided to pay Ikea a visit and wow... solutions, solutions, solutions.
We ended up picking up a nice living room set, and a bedroom set.
No rack on the car ? No problem, everything is packed so it can be easily transported and they will also provide materials for a makeshift, yet secure rack on top of your car to carry your items.
Ikea rocks !! in Vienna, in Paris, in Chicago, and in Miami !!!!
yeah, you can always, always find something at IKEA, even if you only need ONE thing you gonna come out with bags full of things ;) the restaurant, yeah, its ok, but often the food can be really dry and also cold :( but the meatballs are always a treat, not as good as homemade ones of course but still pretty decent
It's an IKEA which is to say pretty standard style and range. Sometimes it takes a while to find someone to help but once done, they are friendly and try to help. Cheap hotdogs at the stand outside.
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