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Leopoldstadt : les meilleures activités

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Club Discothèque
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“Visiting the Prater, a large natural park between the Danube and the Danube Canal, is a little like stepping into another world. Covering an area of 3,200 acres, this vast park - once a royal hunting ground - has long been one of Vienna's most popular recreation areas. There's something here for everyone, from thrills and spills in the Wurstel area with its old-fashioned theme park rides to dining and dancing (there's even a dinosaur park for the kids). A highlight is taking a ride on the famous Giant Wheel, a Viennese landmark that has provided fine views over the city since 1896 (if you can afford it, go for the super luxurious cabin, suitable for parties of up to 12). Other park highlights include the Prater Ziehrer Monument, a larger-than-life statue of composer CM Ziehrer built in 1960; the Prater Museum with its displays documenting the park's history; a Planetarium; and the Liliputbahn miniature steam railroad traversing a four-kilometer line near the main avenue. Elsewhere in this vast park there's room enough for horseback riding, swimming in the stadium pool, football, cycling, tennis, and bowls. Also worth visiting is nearby Danube Park (Donaupark), a 250-acre open space that's home to a fun miniature railroad, an artificial lake (Lake Iris), and a theater.”
Recommandé par 296 habitants
Palace
“Among Vienna's most popular attractions, Belvedere Palace is really two splendid Baroque buildings: the Lower (Unteres) Belvedere and the Upper (Oberes) Belvedere. Highlights of the Upper Palace include the Ground Floor Hall, with its statues, and the Ceremonial Staircase, with its rich stucco relief and frescoes. Also worth seeing is the Marble Hall, a stunning two-story hall with numerous period sculptures, paintings, and ceiling frescoes. The Lower Palace also boasts a Marble Hall, this one noted for its oval plaster medallions and rich ceiling fresco, as well as a Marble Gallery built to house a collection of historic statues. Other notable buildings include the Winter Palace, a Baroque building that once housed the Court Treasury, the Orangery, the Palace Stables (home to the Medieval Treasury), and the Belvedere Gardens and Fountains linking the two palaces. The Österreichische Galerie Belvedere is an art museum in the Belvedere Palace, known for its extensive collections, including a rich array of sculptures and panel paintings from the 12th to the 16th centuries. But it is perhaps best known for Austrian Symbolist artist Gustav Klimt's The Kiss, a masterpiece of early modern art. Address: Prinz Eugen Strasse 27, A-1037 Vienna”
Recommandé par 190 habitants
Musée d'art
“he Albertina not only has the largest and most valuable graphical collections in the world, with works such as Dürer’s “Hare” and Klimt's studies of women. Its latest exhibition collection presents masterpieces of the Modern, spanning Monet to Picasso and Baselitz. As the largest Habsburg residential palace, the Albertina dominates the southern tip of the Imperial Palace on one of the last remaining fortress walls in Vienna.”
Recommandé par 138 habitants
Église
“Located at the very heart of Vienna, you won't be able to miss the Stephansdom (St. Stephens cathedral or "Steffl", as the locals call it). There are nice guided walking tours where you can see the catacombs underneath and take a lift up the rooftop - great!”
Recommandé par 177 habitants
Opera House
“One of the world's largest and most splendid theaters, the Vienna State Opera House (Wiener Staatsoper) has hosted many of the world's most prominent composers, conductors, soloists, and dancers. Operatic and ballet performances are staged at least 300 times a year, fuelled by an obsession with music that goes as far back as 1625 when the first Viennese Court Opera was performed. The current massive Opera House was built in 1869 and is notable for its French Early Renaissance style, while interior highlights include a grand staircase leading to the first floor, the Schwind Foyer (named after its paintings of famous opera scenes), and the exquisite Tea Room with its valuable tapestries. Capable of accommodating an audience of 2,211 along with 110 musicians, the Opera House is also home to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. (English language guided tours are available.)”
Recommandé par 146 habitants
Église
“Most wellknown sight in vienna. just a few stations by subway from the flat. directly from johnstreet station to stephansplatz station.”
Recommandé par 138 habitants
Parc
“It is a place where find nature and the old history of Europe, just go there and meditate here😋😍😋”
Recommandé par 139 habitants
Pedestrian Plaza
“The famous Austrian shopping street from the Opera to St. Stevens Cathedral”
Recommandé par 120 habitants
Restaurant
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“Lovely place to spend the day in the sun on the deck or enjoy a beautiful evening on the Donau Kanal. Excellent dining!”
Recommandé par 139 habitants
Island
“The Donauinsel is a small island in the Danube river, which resulted when the river was regulated in the last century. Great place to swim in summer due to many beach bars and green areas. A paradise for cyclists, joggers, inline skaters as well as locals who just want to hang out and slow down from the hectic city life. Tourists can rent a bike and take a tour on the island, which is great fun with family and friends. As the island is very flat it is very comfortable to ride a bike there. A great event happens every year in the summer holidays. Then the Donauinsel turns into the biggest free-of-charge open air festival of Europe. A must-see in Vienna.”
Recommandé par 160 habitants
Plaza
“Center heart, Stephansdom, Kärntnerstraße (big Shopping Street), 1st district of Vienna”
Recommandé par 100 habitants
Restaurant autrichien
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“little expensive, but worth it! viennese dishes, mainly meat. not as touristic like other schnitzel places.”
Recommandé par 97 habitants
Restaurant autrichien
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“One of the most famous Wiener Schnitzel restaurants. It is always crowded. but normally it is possible to get a table in 15-20. Distance: 24 minutes with U3”
Recommandé par 74 habitants
Beer Garden
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“An absolute must on your list of things to do is visit Schweizerhaus. They are well known for their hearty food and beer. They have a nice outdoor area but reservations are a must in the summer months! If you come to Vienna, you must try a schnitzel but equally as important is a Schweizerhaus Stelze! It is a crispy knuckle of pork that can be shared with a partner.”
Recommandé par 82 habitants
Marché
“Local authentic market with a variety of shops and restaurants and local stores. It's THE VIENNA in my opinion yet not a very known and touristy area! Don't forget to try the food at Tewa restaurant, it's amazing.”
Recommandé par 122 habitants
Parc
“The Stadtpark (City Park) in Vienna, Austria is a large municipal park that extends from the Ringstraße in the Innere Stadt first district up to the Heumarkt (Hay Market) in the Landstraße third district. The park is divided in two sections by the Wienfluss (Vienna River), and has a total surface area of 65,000 square metres (28 acres). Scattered throughout the park are statues of famous Viennese artists, writers, and composers, including Hans Canon, Emil Jakob Schindler, Johann Strauss II, Franz Schubert, and Anton Bruckner. The opulent Kursalon building on Johannesgasse, with its broad terrace that reaches into the park, is the site of popular waltz concerts.”
Recommandé par 54 habitants