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The famous park of Vienna

A park for young and old, a green oasis inside Vienna, the Austrian capital. A place that combines everything! Beautiful landscape for relaxing and walking, impressive amusement park, museums, planetarium and one of the symbols of the city, the Giant Ferris Wheel.
Rienserad: The giant wheel rotates slowly and allows visitors to see all of Vienna from above. The church of Ag. Stefanou, the palace
Schönbrunn and the brown-red roofs of the buildings.

A romantic walk for all ages in the now registered trademark of Vienna. The ticket costs 9 euros and 4 euros for children (3-14 years old). There are also combination tickets – see here

The Prater Museum displays images and artifacts from the old amusement park, which was destroyed in 1945 during the last days of World War II.

The green part of the park is a paradise for those who love walking, running or cycling and gathers a lot of people when the weather is nice.

To get around the whole park without getting tired, you can take the small Liliputbahn train which covers a distance of about 5 km.

Alternatively you can ride in a carriage!

The planetarium has the most modern star projector in the world. Visitors can see stars, galaxies, as well as astronomical images and more. The ticket costs 9 euros and the children’s 6.50.

The museum of wax figures Madame Tussauds presents 71 wax figures of celebrities such as Michael Jackson, Johnny Depp, Nicole Kidman, Mozart, Nelson Mandela. The ticket costs € 18.50 and € 14.50 per child (4-14 years old). Open daily from 10:00 to 18:00. read more here.


* The map of the park in pdf
* Buy the Vienna Card to get significant discounts and free entry to many attractions and travel with mmm. See more here.

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