About Prater, Vienna
Prater, Vienna - Address, Phone Number
Address: Vienna Prater, 1020 Vienna
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Prater is one of the famous amusement parks in the city of Vienna and its Giant Ferris wheel is a very popular symbol in the city. The Prater of Vienna is in full season from the month of March till October. Prater offers visitors a guaranteed adventure, entertainment for people of all ages. Here in this amusement park, you can surely spend some quality time with your family and friends with the help of some rollercoaster rides, ghost trains and many other attractions.
Prater is regarded as the largest public park in the second district of Vienna, Leopold stadt. You can enter the amusement park without any admission fees. The attractions however are paidPrater includes Giant Ferris wheel, ghost trains, merry-go-rounds, Prater museum and planetarium and so on.
Prater has free accessibility to the theme park but all the rides are charged individually. They also have a membership card called the Prater card. The size of the park is approximately 6,000,000 square meters.
Add a tinge of thrill to your Vienna trip by visiting a place which is fun and amusing in the perfect way. So what better than visiting Prater, a very popular amusement park in Vienna. One can buy the Prater tickets from the ticket counter itself. It is advisable to book the Prater tickets well in advance so that your access becomes easy. Moreover, you can also opt for the Prater tour tickets in order to get a detailed tour of the amusement park.
- Parking facility is available from Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm.
- Mostly for kids and adventure lovers.
- Special offers & restrooms with access for disabled persons available.
Prater Ticket Prices
- Access to the Prater is free of charge.
- Fees for individual attractions vary between € 1,50 and € 5,00 depending size and genre.
Prater Opening and Closing Hours
- Individual attractions may have different opening hours. Some attractions are open from 10:00am to 01:00am depending on weather.
How To reach Prater by Public Transport
- Perspective strasse bus stop.
Restaurants Near Prater
- Swiss House
- Prater Sauna
- Dairy Café and Restaurant
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Prater, Vienna Reviews - Write a Review
One of my favorite places in Vienna. The staff is efficient, even with lots of people you don't wait long for the ride. There are rides for everyone - children and adults, and something a family can enjoy altogether. I love the atmosphere of the place even though I hate the kitschy pop music they always play. Prices for the rides differ quite much but it is safe to assume that more exciting rides will cost around 4-5 euro per ride.
A great amusement park with an impressive history. It is a giant place of fun and entertainment which is good for both kids and adults. Prater has a lot of repeated rides and places thought it does not make it worse just makes it bigger. Worth a visit for the tourists and everyday fun seekers.
In all a fun experience... Food flying around and lights everywhere. Problem is that flying food tends too cool down quickly :D it was the case of my burger. It was cold when I got it... And had to wait a full 15 minutes longer for my food after my partner was already finishing her plate of undercooked noodles.
The place has its own, special atmosphere. It's kind of old, but from the other side modern with a lot of attractions, roller coasters, shops. There's a music playing all the time. Great place for kids, but not only. Even grownup could feel like a child once again there!
Was a incredible view from the wheel. Lots of history with this one. I suggest it for anyone to try at least once. You haven't been to Vienna unless you rode the wheel! The other attractions are more for children and the chocolate museum is kind of touristy along with the wax museum. Save your time and money and do something Austrian.
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