“It is simply a must-have to visit the "Wiener Prater" for entertainment and fun. I love great activities like the roller coaster and many other attactions inside there.”
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“Founded in 1718, the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory is the second-oldest in Europe. Now as then, porcelain is made and painted by hand. This makes each piece unique. The designs of Augarten porcelain have been created in cooperation with notable artists ever since the manufactory first opened its doors. Artists of all epochs have designed masterpieces - the spectrum ranges from Baroque to modern over more than 25,000 products. The “Viennese Rose” is a famous decoration from the Biedermeier period, while the world-famous melon service was created by Josef Hoffmann in 1929. Young designers work on modern shapes and reduced decoration, while simultaneously continuing the 300-year-old tradition. Individual customer requests are also implemented to perfection. The elegant porcelainware can be purchased in the store of the porcelain manufactory or at the flagship store in Vienna city center.”
  • 148位当地人推荐
“Tiergarten Schönbrunn (literally, "Schönbrunn Animal Garden"), or "Vienna Zoo", is a zoo located on the grounds of the famous Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria. Founded as an imperial menagerie in 1752, it is the oldest continuously operating zoo in the world. The still preserved buildings of the baroque era, which have been complemented in the last years by elements of modern zoo architecture, still convey a good impression of the 18th century menagerie-buildings after the Versailles model. ”
  • 111位当地人推荐
“Close to Hofburg and Heldenplatz it is one of the most beautiful parks in Vienna. You will find more than 200 different roses and when they are blooming the smell is incredibly nice. It's also nice for a short morning run as it is close to the appartement.”
  • 75位当地人推荐
“The Volksgarten and Burggarten are close by and you can reach them by food. I love the Rose garden and like to sit in the grass in front of the Theseus Temple. These gardens ("Burggarten") were once the private gardens of Emperor Franz Joseph I., the husband of the Empress Sisi. In 1919, three years after the monarch's death, the Burggarten was opened to the public. The gardens of the Imperial Palace also contain the Palm House, one of the most beautiful art nouveau glass houses. This tropical oasis includes the Butterfly House where hundreds of exotic butterflies reside today, along with a very atmospheric coffee house and restaurant.”
  • 92位当地人推荐
“Schönbrunn Palace (German: Schloss Schönbrunn [ʃøːnˈbʁʊn]; Central Bavarian: Schloss Scheenbrunn) was the main summer residence of the Habsburg rulers, located in Hietzing, Vienna. The 1,441-room Rococo palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historic monuments in the country. Since the mid-1950s it has been a major tourist attraction. The history of the palace and its vast gardens spans over 300 years, reflecting the changing tastes, interests, and aspirations of successive Habsburg monarchs”
  • 74位当地人推荐
“The Türkenschanzpark on the outskirts of Vienna is a park that is important both in botanical terms and because of its layout. This park is also one of the earliest examples of public/private partnership in Vienna: Türkenschanzpark was built by local citizens together with the neighbouring "Wiener Cottage" settlement and was only later taken over by the city. In 1883 a committee was established to oversee the "establishment of a public park on Türkenschanze". The park was built between 1885 and 1888 under the supervision of city gardener Gustav Sennholz (1850 to 1895). Emperor Franz Joseph I gave the address at the festivities marking the park's opening on 30 September 1888. The park's name comes from the designation for the area derived from the historical Turkish entrenchments found at the site. After 1892 the park was managed and extensively remodelled by the City of Vienna. At this time the pond was added, and from 1905 to 1909 the park was significantly expanded with the project led by director of urban planning Heinrich Goldemund and municipal garden director Wenzel Hybler. The attractive park railings also date back to this period. The Türkenschanzpark today Today a suburb boundary goes through the park. Türkenschanzpark is known for its interesting, rare botanical plants, which are extremely picturesque features in the undulating landscape. The unusual makeup of the landscape is another of the park's appealing features. Hills are interspersed with meadows, and meandering paths invite the visitor to take a stroll. For reasons of safety, the historical water tower "Paulinenwarte" was renovated and has been open to the public since July 2010.”
  • 77位当地人推荐
“Green meets city! With a size of 65 000m², the Vienna city park is being loved by locals as well as tourists. In it you are able to see monuments from well-known artists like Franz Schubert, different fountains and plants. ”
  • 58位当地人推荐
“This is a pretty noble club in Vienna. Don´t expect cheap drinks and dress fancy. There you will experience the best sounds in Vienna”
  • 65位当地人推荐
“A trip to the Lainzer Tiergarten, the former hunting ground of the imperial family, in the west of Vienna offers a nature experience for the whole family. Admission is free. On an area of ​​2,450 hectares, visitors experience a unique natural and cultural landscape with an enormous variety of animals and plants. You can run into wild boar, deer or roe deer on a hike, or with a little luck and patience you can observe woodpeckers, salamanders and bats.”
  • 40位当地人推荐
“Heldenplatz is a famous square just across the Austrian National Library. It's a walking distance to the Museum of Natural History and the National Art museum, the city hall and Burgtheater (the most important theater in Austria).”
  • 22位当地人推荐
“Museum and it's garden are at the enterance of the one of the best street of the Vienna - Pozellan Straße. Also some special concerts and organisation are appeared during lovely summer nights.”
  • 33位当地人推荐
“Topped by Otto Wagner’s glimmering art-nouveau church, Steinhofgründe is the most underrated of Vienna’s city parks. Sauntering along its pebbled paths, past wild raspberry and blackberry bushes, you’re just as likely to come across kite-flying adults as you are children clambering over huge forest playgrounds built entirely from natural materials. Old oaks and ageing apple trees create calming arbours, complete with wooden picnic tables. For the best views over the city, seek out the hand-carved sun loungers and allow the countryside to work its unwinding magic.”
  • 42位当地人推荐
“A captivating atmosphere inside the botanical gardens of Vienna. Many amazing flowers and plants, during the whole year an stimulating place to be. Very relaxing after some sightseeing tours.”
  • 30位当地人推荐
“Beautiful palace gardens within walking distance. Don't miss the Belveder Palace as well!”
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“This 99-hectare (245-acre) park, in the 22nd District between the Danube Canal and the Alte Donau (Old Danube), was converted in 1964 from a garbage dump to a park with flowers, shrubs, and walks, as well as a bird sanctuary. You'll find a bee house, an aviary with native and exotic birds, a small-animal paddock, a horse-riding course, playgrounds, and games. An outstanding feature of the park is the Donauturm (Danube Tower), a 253m (830-ft.) tower with two rotating cafe-restaurants from which you have a panoramic view of Vienna.”
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