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Zoo
“Part of the imperial summer residence of Schönbrunn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the world's oldest zoo is indeed an unforgettable experience, and one that no visitor to Vienna should miss. More than 700 animal species, some of them threatened, have found a home here and a chance for survival as a species.”
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Park
“ the true diamond of vienna, bring some time with you to walk along the tree avenues and reach the Gloriette”
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Park
“One of the best parks in vienna which has something to offer for everyone. There are fitness devices, three table tennis tables, a playground for kids, a basket ball court, an area for dogs and lots of green area to relax. Prefere going there in autumn or summer! A lovely park for a stroll. We come here every morning if we can to the playgrounds as we live near here. The kids love it, especially the sand area and the open grass area to run. Do note that there are no toilets though. A very nice park with wonderful playgrounds.”
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Garden
“SCHMELZ is a nice park-area where you can jog or just walk and think about nice things. Take your kids to the play-ground there. They'll love it! You, too. Nice people also there. ”
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Park
“Need to cool off? Has both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, also spa. 5 min on subway plus 5 min walk. Pool entrance 5.50 for adults, 3.00 for teens and 1.80 for kids, reduced price after 1pm. Spa additional. ”
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Park
“We visited twice on the same day. The first visit was with our tour group and there was just enough time to see the Palace and a bit of the gardens, but not time for the walk up the hill to Gloriette. The view of Vienna from up there is amazing and I am glad we returned for this. There are paved walkways and one can just walk on the grass, but it is steep going. The large gardens are free. Admission is charged to the zoo. The gardens themselves are well cared for and the blooming plants change as the seasons do. This is best seen on a nice dry day, as there is much walking. There is a restaurant near the zoo, another in the front courtyard of the palace, and a snack and gift shop inside the ”
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Garden
“I like the high glass ceilings and palm trees and the fact that you are right in the Burg Garden. Imperial Dining with a modern touch.”
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Pool
“Vienna's city indoor swimming pool - This newly built facility is great for sport enthusiasts or a casual swim to stay in shape”
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Park
“Farmers' market. Usually every 1st Sunday each month there's a farmers at Roter Berg, at the corner of Trazerberggasse and Meytensgasse. Great for sampling local specialties and produce!”
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Playground
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Park
“impressive few on an important memorial of 2nd world war on the one side, hundreds of kids playing in the afternoon on the other side. comfortable with kids, as there are toilets in the "haus des meeres"”
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Park
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Monument / Landmark
“This is connected to the Schönbrunn palace. You will have a great view over Vienna and the castle.”
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Pool
“Whether you want to relax in the open-air pool, enjoy the hustle and bustle in the whirlpool, enjoy the fun of the children's area and the tube slide or swim in the indoor pool: the spa landscape in the leisure center is ready for every age and every season.”
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Park
“Very pretty in spring and in early summer, roses are a pure poesy. It is recommended to come early in the morning (and not on the weekend), otherwise it very, very crowded. The park is just fantastic. Many interesting plants and trees. ”
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Park
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