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Historic Train Tours

Historic Train Tours (northeast Austria) – Austrian tourism company Waldviertel Incoming – Buchungsstelle Waldviertel offers visitors the option of seeing the Waldviertel and Wachau Valley regions via historic train: visitors can ride on a train drawn by a steam-powered locomotive over the “Waldviertel Semmering” viaduct, enjoy an old time train ride through the scenic Thaya […]

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Haus der Musik

Haus der Musik (Seilerstatte 30, Vienna) – this six-floor museum is distinct for its interactive sections – dedicated to the world of music and sound. The Virtual Conductor lets visitors test their musical talent; the Waltz Dice Game lets participants compose their own waltz; while other visitors can learn more about Mozart, Strauss and Beethoven. […]

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Golf Club Wien-Süssen Brunn

Golf Club Wien-Süssen Brunn (Weingartenallee 22, Vienna) – this is an 18-hole par 72 golf course located only 15 minutes outside of downtown Vienna, and is reputed to be the largest in that part of Austria. Along with the course itself, golf courses are also conducted here (in conjunction with Easy Golf Academy) for beginners. […]

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Golf Club Wien

Golf Club Wien (Freudenau 65A, Vienna) – this is an 18-hole par 70 golf course located within the Vienna area. It holds a number of tournaments, as well as various social events (given its picturesque location and golf house (which can accommodate weddings and special events). For visitors interested in playing here, go to: www.gcwien.at

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Golf Club Marco Polo

Golf Club Marco Polo (Ruthnergasse 170, Vienna) – located just 20 minutes north of downtown Vienna, it’s a well-kept nine-hole golf course with challenging holes, water hazards, and well-defended greens that demand precision golf swinging. Despite its location close to Vienna, there is enough seclusion to enjoy a good game. There’s even a driving range […]

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Golf Club

Golf Club – Golf Range Wien Schwechat (Brucker Bundesstrasse 80, Vienna) — located 15 minutes southeast of downtown Vienna, this nine-hole course was opened in 2005, and was designed by the English Golf course designer Michael Pinner, a Jack Nicklaus student. Pinner placed great value on the custom landscape design that makes the beginners’ first […]

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Danube Cruise

Danube Cruise (Vienna) — Discover Vienna on board of the MS Vindobona (the „Hundertwasser boat”) or the MS Vienna! Relax on board and watch the landscape and the sights such as the Danube Tower, the Millennium Tower, the Ring Tower, the District Heating Plant Spittelau, the Urania Observatory and many others pass by. Experience navigating […]

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Danube Bike Path

Danube Bike Path (Innere Stadt, Vienna) – this is a bike path than runs 300 km. along the Danube River from the town of Passau to Vienna. Bike riders will pass through picturesque towns, romantic castles, cozy villages and sprawling vineyards. Tour organizer Rad & Reisen provides various bike tours by the Danube. See its […]

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Stadion Center

Stadion Center (Olympiaplatz 2, Vienna) — this shopping center has a variety of international and regional retailers, such as David Jones, Esprit, Geox, Vögele, and many others. The one distinction is that this shopping center has the largest video wall anywhere in Europe (640 m2) – which wraps around the building’s main entrance – creating […]

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Shopping City Süd

Shopping City Süd (SCS-Strasse, Vösendorf) – this shopping center, located in Vösendorf (just south of Vienna), is the largest shopping mall in Austria, and one of the biggest in Europe. The retailers here include: H&M, Hollister, Ikea, Lego Store, Peek & Cloppenburg, Pull & Bear, Superdry, Van Graaf, and Zara. There are also various eateries, […]