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Endless options…

Austria’s capital Vienna offers endless program options and sites to visit for every age and interest group.

We are sure you will find many more than the few suggestions here we have tested for you.

Please find opening times and prices at the attractions’ web sites.

Attraction (+ web site)In shortWeather
Tiergarten Schönbrunn
The oldest zoo in the world, over 700 species, there are also themed guided toursfair
Haus des Meeres aquarium
Over 10.000 animals, shark basin over 2 floors, reeve, etc.poor
Haus der Musik
Interactive museum for music and sound (for e.g. direct the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, etc.)poor
Time travel
Multimedia time travel through Vienna – a great adventure!poor
Adventure Rooms
Life-escape game – find the exit in 60 minutes – riddles, hide-outs, secret passages… (Be aware, it’s not that cheap.)poor
Wiener Prater
One of the major attractions in Vienna incl. the “Riesenrad” (giant ferris wheel), a landmark.
There is a lot to discover like a huge park, exhibitions, Madame Tussauds, a planetarium etc.
fair and poor
Danube island
BBQs, waterside areas, climbing walls, water sports, Spider Rock Flying Fox, restaurants and bistros (There is an info point “Inselinfo” 350m from Reichsbrücke downriver)mainly fair
Austria’s highest buidling with an observation platform, 600.000 sqm park, a lot of attractions (Park train, playgrounds, Minigolf…)fair and poor
Guided tours, sight seeing
Segway, Electro Trike, Vienna Ring Tram, Oldtimer Bus, Hop on – hop off tours: mainly for those who want to get a quick overview over Vienna’s sightsfair and poor
Lots!! There’s also a kids museum and many offer guided tours for children fair and poor

Guided tours

We are well connected to one of the companies offering guided tours in Vienna (for eg. also “different” ones like through Vienna’s canal system visiting sets of the 1940s film The Third Man, treasure hunts at St Stephen’s cathedral or searching for the tooth ache god, in the times of the Romans or the middle ages. We can warmly recommend!

How to get there

By foot you will get to Gießhübl bus stop in about 30 minutes. Or you walk to Rodaun. You will catch a number of local buses from those stops.

By car – obviously depending on where you are going. Be aware parking in Vienna is not always easy or cheap. It is probably more convenient to take public transport.

By public bus and suburban train (S-Bahn): walk down the road from BZW to the fire brigade’s house at Weissenbach, take line 364, direction Mödling, get off at the final stop “Mödling Bahnhof” (find a timetable in the welcome booklet at our office). Take a “Schnellbahn” train to Wien Mitte station right at the city center. Walk from there or take trams and buses of the Wiener Linien. We have a public transport map of Vienna at our office.

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Our verdict

All of our suggestions offer exciting possibilities. Just give it a try!