The Riesenrad is a towering, modern symbol of Vienna. Built in 1897 by Englishman Walter B Basset, the ferris wheel rises to 65m and...
This large park encompasses meadows, woodlands, an amusement park (the Würstelprater) and one of the city's most visible icons, the...
Sharing the same building as the Planetarium, this municipal museum traces the history of the Würstelprater and its woodland neighbour....
Rudi runs a tight ship at this intimate bistro, hidden in a courtyard off Praterstrasse. Presented with an eye for detail, dishes such...
02, Praterstern 5 · interesting places nearby
Located on the wrong side of the tracks (Praterstern can be rough around the edges at times) and looking for all the world like a prefab schoolroom, Fluc is the closest that Vienna’s nightlife scene comes to anarchy – without the fear of physical violence.
Black-clad students, alcoholics and the occasional TV celebrity all share the stripped-back venue without any hassle, and DJs or live acts play every night (electronica features heavily).