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Klosterneuburg : les meilleures activités

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Bus Station
“Panoramic view over Vienna. In season, go visit one of the many Heurigen (places that grow and sell wine and cheese and other produce).”
111 habitants locaux recommandent
“Very cute neighbourhood, Austrian village feeling. There are a lot of Viennese Vinyards and Restaurants (Heuriger)”
32 habitants locaux recommandent
“Pötzleinsdofer Park is a beautiful old park with free roaming deer and a little petting zoo. It also offers a huge play ground and is very popular by the locals. The roots of the park date back to the 13th century. In 1801 it was re-designed by Konrad Rosenthal, a famous gardener of the former aristocracy. He built little ponds and planted exotic trees (redwood trees). Today you also find statues and a temple in this beautiful park. You may reach this park within 15 minutes by foot.”
17 habitants locaux recommandent
Place of Worship
“Klosterneuburg Monastery can look back on over nine hundred years of history. We warmly invite you to get to know the Monastery in both its religious and secular diversity.”
6 habitants locaux recommandent
Tram Station
“SCHLOSS NEUWALDEGG PALACE, VIENNA PALACE ALSO KNOWN AS GARTENPALAIS STRATTMANN In the 17th district or Hernals, there are few sightseeing attractions that draw a lot of attention from international tourists. One of the things that are worth visiting if you happen to be in the area is the Palace of Schloss Neuwaldegg, also known as Gartenpalais Strattmann. It was designed in 1697 by the super-star of Viennese-Baroque architecture, Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach. The landlord was Count Theodor of Strattmann, who wanted to have one of these fancy garden palaces as a countryside retreat outside of Vienna that were fashionable at this time. The Turkish troops had plundered and looted the area around the city in the course of the Second Siege of Vienna in 1683, and so land was cheap - ideal conditions for building a representative chateaux in the Vienna woods. In 1708, the Palais Strattmann was sold to the statesman Johann Karl Bartolotti, who is responsible for several adaptations and changes. He extended the side-wings and was responsible for the construction of a new roof, which was not flat as the original one by Fischer von Erlach. In 1765, the palais was sold again, this time to the Army Officer Count Franz Moritz of Lacy. He finally gave orders to extend the gardens into representative parks - and within a few years, the formal gardens in Rococo style were well-known at courts all over Europe. The Re-Built Schloss Neuwaldegg: 19th Century Next century, next sale: In 1801, the Princes of Schwarzenberg purchased the Gartenpalais Strattmann and had a few more changes to be done. Unfortunately, the Schwarzenbergs followed the general 19th century trend and transformed the Baroque gardens into English-stlye landscape parks in 1890. There′s nothing wrong with English-style landscape parks in principle, but I feel sorry for what was among the most extensive and best-kept formal gardens in Europe. Next century, next sale: In 1951, the Scharzenberg family sold Gartenpalais Strattmann to the diocese of Vienna. Next century, next sale: In 2002, the diocese of Vienna sold Schloss Neuwaldegg / Gartenpalais Strattmann to a private institution called "Educational Initiative for Central and Eastern Europe". The new owner invested a little fortune into the refurbishment of Schloss Neuwaldegg. Today, it is all nice and shiny again. It is not open to the general public, but makes a nice impression from the outside, too. The central ballroom can be rented, as well as the garden - for receptions or pretty much any other private event. Attractions nearby are rather non-existent; if you fancy a walk, do go to the Vienna woods for hiking and enjoy some nice views on the city as well as the surrounding vineyards. Schloss Wilhelminenberg is not too far, or the Kuffner Sternwarte. There are Heurigen wine taverns nearby, and with a proper hike, you can get to the Kirche am Steinhof Church. In the other direction, Pötzleinsdorfer Park and the Geymüller Schlössl are nice chunks of nature.”
7 habitants locaux recommandent
“Several pools with beautiful historic building, with a stunning view of the city. 19th district. Lovely grounds. Unfortunately only really reachable by car. Same entrance price as all city pools -- 5.50 for adults, 3.00 for teens and 1.80 for kids, reduced price after 13.00. Near Grinzing, so after swimming you can visit the heurigers to sample the local wine!”
18 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant autrichien
“The real and original Schnitzel in a very cosy and friendly restaurant with an excellent atmosphere! - Just a short Walk from my Apartment”
8 habitants locaux recommandent
“Lovely "Heuriger" (new wine tavern/restaurant), sometimes with live music.”
8 habitants locaux recommandent
Adresse pour Petit Déjeuner
“If you want to do a hiking trip in the forest I recommend a trip to "Am Himmel". See enty of "Häuserl am Stoan" for more details.”
5 habitants locaux recommandent
“Excellent viewing point towards Vienna and Klosterneuburg, as well as the East shore of the river Danube!”
5 habitants locaux recommandent
“Placed in the middle of the Viennese vineyards, excellent "Heuriger" with fantastic views over Vienna and the Danube”
8 habitants locaux recommandent
“Great parties with an amazing view over Vienna, but just open once in a while. Very recommendable!”
11 habitants locaux recommandent
“Old Viennese atmosphere in nice green surroundings. Viennese kitchen 01/4792222, Hartäckerstrasse 80”
12 habitants locaux recommandent
Liquor Store
“Typical Viennese "Heurigen" a beergarden only with wine in the middle of vineyards.......10 min by cab”
12 habitants locaux recommandent
“lovely park with old trees, go there by tramway 43 to Neuwaldegg, then walk up to the left side”
8 habitants locaux recommandent
“Street in 19th district with typical Viennese restaurants owned by the many wine growers called 'Heuriger'. You're sitting in the middle of wineyards and enjoy the farm-gate wine as well as some snacks.”
8 habitants locaux recommandent