Wiener EistraumCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: Rathauspl. 1, 1010 Wien, Austria, Vienna
- Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +431-4090040
- Ticket Price: 8 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Entertainment, Leisure, Family And Kids
Wiener Eistraum - Review
Present ever since 1996, the Wiener Eistraum offers an entertaining winter time to people annually. Every year, the city hall square takes the shape of a grand ice rink where people come to skate, interact and have fun. Infact to people who visit it, this place looks like a fairy dream world. Here, the families can come together for enjoyment and spending some leisure time. To cheer up the spirits, music is played in background and one feels as if you are on another plane altogether. Although seasonal, this is one fun activity that you can’t afford to miss if you visit Vienna in the winters.
Wiener Eistraum Information
- This place is open for three months i.e. January to March. For each year’s dates, refer to the website.
- For free ice rink skating times for children and beginners, refer to the website.
Wiener Eistraum Ticket Prices
- Season Tickets: Adults: 70.00€, Children and seniors: 45.00€
- Groups of 10 or more qualify for the following discounts: Per adult: € 6.50 (instead of € 7.50), Per child: € 5.00 (instead of € 5.50)
- A senior discount is available for those born in 1955 or earlier. Day ticket: € 5.50, Season ticket: € 45.00
Wiener Eistraum Hours
- The 2016 Vienna Ice Dream will be open daily from 9:00am to 10:00pm from 22/01/2016 to 06/03/2016.
- The grand opening will be on 21/01/2016 at 7:00pm. Free ice skating for everyone until 10:00pm.
- Gastronomy will be open until 10:30pm in the Vienna Ice Dream, and until 11:30pm for the alpine huts.
How To reach Wiener Eistraum by Public Transport
- By Light Rail station: Rathausplatz/Burgtheater
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Things to Know Before Visiting Wiener Eistraum
2.7% of people who visit Vienna include Wiener Eistraum in their plan
95% of people start their Wiener Eistraum visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Wiener Eistraum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Wiener Eistraum
People normally also visit United Nations Office At Vienna while planning their trip to Wiener Eistraum.
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Wiener Eistraum, Vienna Reviews
The location is absolutely stunning!!! The lights make the place truly magical at night, and there are a lot of small "branches" to experience various settings! Small stands serve amazing food and drinks so all in all, it is a definite must-do on your list in winter! Info: If you bring your own ice skating shoes with you, the day ticket is very affordable. (7€ approx. for adults). It will cost another 7.50€ to borrow shoes but you have to provide some sort of id. Lockers are also available for a deposit of 2€ and the day ticket also has a 2€ fee that you will get back after you return the ticket at the end of the day.
Big building. In front is very beautiful. A lot of different ornaments and those high columns are stunning
It's one of the best available City Outdoors Activities. Different Ice rinks and as a special extra there a many iced walkways which are quite a fun giving network of routes. Enjoy a break inbetween at one if the many food stalls. The well quite a wide and tasty range of drinks. HOT DRINKS 😉
Amazing! The place was just beautiful with the Christmas lights a dream to look at. Although this was by far the busiest market, you would be mad not to go.
If you rent skates please make sure they fit and don't hurt you (too) much. You'll probably never find the "perfect" fit, but the renting staff will try to find the right shoes for you. If they don't fit ask for another size or another model. If the blades are too dull, ask for sharper ones OR ask yours to be sharpened (if it's not too busy, please keep that in mind, they do try their best). I agree that its a bit pricey, but you are skating in the middle of Vienna for 14,50€ for as long as they are open on a day, so I think that's pretty alright.