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This is a large austrian park, perfekt for running, skating, cycling or doing other sports. But it also includes an amusement park, its best-known attraction is the Wiener Riesenrad, a Ferris wheel. It also features various rides, bumper cars, carousels, roller coasters, shooting galleries, ghost…
Great for fun and food for the whole family. See the big ferris weel and many fun rides, enjoy the green park and the great restaurants. A real must do!
Viennas amusement park. Very nice and a lot of fun, there's no entry so you can just walk around. Also there is a lot of nature and beautiful walking routes there. Very near to the flat.
The Prater has got everything: a huge Park, sports, the traditional Vienna amusement park, ice cream etc. You gotta check it out!
“Schloss Schönbrunn is definitely a must see when being in Vienna. Its impressive building surrounded by a beautiful park is one of the most beautiful things you gonna see in this city. Don't forget to go up to the Gloriette to enjoy an amazing view over the entire city. Insider Tip: The strudelshow at the entrance is a really nice attraction you should not miss out. There you can learn everything about the most typical viennese speciality: the Wiener Apfelstrudel. ”
“Viennese people go there for shopping. Its a long street full of shops. Start at Westbahnhof and walk down to Museumsquartier. ”
“Absolutely breathtaking museum. Rembrandt, Rafael, Tizian, Rubens, Vermeer and many other genius artists under one roof. ”
“The Danube Island is a 21 km long and up to 250 meters wide artificial island on the Danube. It was actually built in the 1970s and 1980s for flood protection and is now the city's most popular recreation area. On the Danube Island you can hike, bike, skate or just escape the hustle and bustle of the city with a picnic. There is a swimming beach, a climbing park, a huge water playground and the largest trampoline facility in the world.”
“Viennas central market for fresh food. The market consists of small, local foodshops, where regional, austrian farmers sell their quality products and some smaller bars and restaurants. Its just a few steps from the U1-station „Karlsplatz“. ”