Good cuisine and relax
Zwischenbrückenwirt, Golden Harp Irish Pub, Klub GRU Breakfast at Aida
The banks of the Danube Canal are ideal for morning or evening sports. Cyclists and joggers enjoy many kilometers along the water. You can reach the city center on foot within 30 minutes.
Only a few minutes walk from the house 42 Brigittenauerlände is located park Augarten, which belongs to the second district of Vienna, the oldest baroque gardens in the city. With more than 52 hectares, it offers enough space for all outdoor activities and contemplative walking. The garden is built in the French style with elaborate flower landscapes and shady avenues.
The Karmelitermarkt, one of the oldest existing markets in Vienna, comprises 80 market stands. With 7,500 visitors per week, it is one of the insider tips among the Viennese markets. The range is wide: in addition to international cheese specialties and horsemeat you can buy ripe fruit, crunchy vegetables and various organic treats such as bacon and various dairy products. On the farmer's market, which takes place on Fridays, but especially on the busy Saturday, even more variety is offered: 39 seats are filled with colorful market activities. Foremost is bacon, sausage, bison meat and seasonal fruits and vegetables offered, also a slow-food corner with local food is located here. Learn more »
Shopping and entertainment center on 52.600sqm More than 100 restaurants, shops, cafes and bars UCI multiplex cinema with 21 screens Entertainment area at the Ocean Park with bowling alleys, pool tables and much more Learn more »
The "Green Prater" - that extensive forest and meadow area, which was once imperial hunting ground and was opened by the Emperor Joseph II for the population. Even then, the first coffee houses and restaurants settled here. Today, the Green Prater is an Eldorado for walkers, runners, cyclists and riders and is highly regarded as a large recreational area in the city. The easiest way to explore Vienna's green lung is to take the four-mile Liliput train. Learn more »