The Danube Tower- Donauturm is a tower in Vienna, the tallest structure in Austria at 252 metres , and among the 75 tallest towers in the world.
Amazing Views from slowly turning Restaurant / Café. Reservation needed for the Restaurant. Best before Sunset. The whole Tower and its Elevators and Restaurant has been underwent a huge Renovation short time ago. Very Good Kitchen / Food at the Restaurant, but bit pricy. Smaller Snacks at the Café…
“Built by the famous Austrian artist Hundertwasser. Inside you'll find his artwork as well as temporary exhibitions ”
“A huge natural event created one of the most impressive natural monuments of the world in 1912: the "Seegrotte". By blasting in the former plasterworks, 20 million liters of water flowed into the galleries and formed the largest underground lake in Europe. There are mystical galleries, the history of secret aircraft production in the Second World War as well as a romantic boat trip by the lake.”
“Donauzentrum is an indoor shopping alternative to the Mariahilfer Straße. Large mall with shops to meet all your requirements. It is connected to Donauplex via a bridge which is an entertainment complex with cinemas, restaurants, billiard, etc. ”
“"Die Insel" (the island) is the heart and soul of "real" Vienna: go for a walk, grab a bicycle, float in the river, visit the city's working sheep, enjoy a BBQ, spot a stork or a beaver, watch the sunset, go iceskating, have a beer... There's nothing you can't do on the Danube island, and -if you're into it- you can do it all naked (at least while staying within the perimeters of the nude zones, but the lines are fuzzy here...). If you like music, visit Donauinselfest, the world's largest free open-air festival. ”