Stadtpark, Vienna

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Stadtpark, Vienna - Address, Phone Number

Address: 1030 Vienna, Austria

Phone: +43-140008042

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Timings: 24-hrs Details

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Established in 1862 and spread across approximately 28 acres, the Stadtpark is a beautiful park full of manicured lawns, a waterside walkway (Vienna River cuts through the park), play area and has statues and sculptures of world famous musicians. Head over to the Stadtpark if you have a couple of hours to spare and breathe in the beauty and serenity of this place.

Stadtpark Information

  • Avoid visiting the park in the winters.

How To reach Stadtpark by Public Transport

  • Stubentor (Parkring) tram stop.
  • Stubentor Subway stop.
  • Landstrasse: Wien Mitte subway, tram and railway stop.

Restaurants Near Stadtpark

  • Many vendors are present within the park offering hot chocolate, strudels etc.

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  • Green spot in heart of Vienna. City park with easy access by tram, metro and bike. Famous golden Strauss statue there. Lots of benches to seat and read morning news 😉

  • My favourite park in Vienna. Beautiful and helps to calm down. Located in the city center which is very convinient. In summer you can sunbath.

  • I can't say much about this place as I only had one full day in Vienna on my 3 day trip to the Austrain F1 GP. So I only stopped here to change my Hop on off Bus Route. Hence the 3* looked like a nice park and I am sure there must be some things to see in there, which I can hopefully do if I visit again. The Bus stop is near the Museum of Applied Arts as well, which if you have the Vienna Pass is another one of the free to enter places.

  • Fantastic park only negative us the smell, at times, coming from the waterway adjacent. Other than that beautiful green and clean

  • Nice to stroll around the park see midlife and families having fun or people just relaxing

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