The 8 Best Parks & Nature Places in Vienna
Vienna offers amazing amusement parks and places to enjoy its great Nature. Here is the list of the most beautiful parks in Vienna.
A public park which hosts two of the last remaining world war two air defense towers. It also contains the oldest Baroque park of Vienna. You can enjoy some great Austrian food at “Nordpol”, which is at Nordpolstrasse 2.
Address: 28 Kleine Pfarrgasse
#2 Tel Aviv Beach
A nice summer spot with sand. Young people hang around here to grab a drink in the hot days of the summer period. If you walk along the canal you will eventually reach the Danube river.
Address: 26 Donaukanal Strasse
Here you can walk or bike. You can also find nice bars, such as the Tel Aviv beach bar. A nice restaurant here is the Motto am Fluss.
This is one of the most beautiful parks in Vienna and it operates since 1862 and it is the biggest park area in the center of Vienna. It is close to 65.000 square meters. It is a great place to walk or to go jogging.
Address: 7 Landstraßer Hauptstraße
This is one of the best amusement parks in Vienna and it operates from 6am to 10pm from April to October and from 6:30am to 7pm from November until March. To enter the garden you have to reach the entrance from the Ringstrasse, or from the Hofburg. Here you can walk, enjoy the sun or get a coffee at the Restaurant Palmenhaus.
Address: 1 Josefsplatz
This is a beautiful park that is free to access, with splendid roses and fountains. This is a romantic scenery and wedding photographers often come here to get the first pictures of the married couples. This place also hosts the “Volksgarten Disco”, which is a historical disco that operates during the evening and hosts reggae nights, disco nights and a lively atmosphere. So, you come to Volksgarten during the day for the gardens and during the evening for the disco and the fun.
A huge park, ideal for going for jogging or walking.
#8 Botanischer Garten der Universität Wien
This garden has been established in the 18th century by Maria Theresa and hosts around 11.000 plant species. The entrance to the garden is free.
Address: 14 Rennweg
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