The clue is in the name: Nußdorf (nut village) got its name from the many walnut trees that grow here. If you don't ... More
The clue is in the name: Nußdorf (nut village) got its name from the many walnut trees that grow here. If you don't want to go straight to a tavern, you can take a walk up the very romantic Beethovengang or down to the Danube. The smaller houses here are reminiscent of this place in former times; this is a suburb of Vienna, which became a part of the city just 100 years ago. The Viennese like to visit the taverns here because of their pleasant atmosphere.
The Borse Palais houses the Museum of Military History featuring numerous collections dating back to the 16th century. Designed by
the Father of Historicism, Baron Theophil von Hansen, the Palais is a prime example of the typical clean lines ...
The Hauptallee, situated between Praterstern and the Lusthaus, is the ideal place for a jog. It is also part of
the Vienna Marathon course which takes place every May. If you prefer running through the countryside, you only have ...
Opened in 1909, this was the first open air artificial ice rink in the world, and the Engelmann family has
had a long and auspicious history in figure skating: family members can claim numerous World Championship and Olympic medals. ...
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