Top things to do in Prater & East of the Danube

Top Choice Park in Prater & East of the Danube

Prater

Spread across 60 sq km, central Vienna's biggest park comprises woodlands of poplar and chestnut, meadows and tree-lined boulevards, as well as children's playgrounds, a swimming pool, a golf course and a race track…
Top Choice Concert Venue in Prater & East of the Danube

MuTh

This striking baroque meets contemporary concert hall is the home of the Wiener Sängerknaben (Vienna Boys' Choir), who previously only performed at the Hofburg. Besides Friday afternoon choral sessions at 5pm with t…
Top Choice European in Prater & East of the Danube

Skopik & Lohn

The spidery web of scrawl that creeps across the ceiling at Skopik & Lohn gives an avant-garde edge to an otherwise French-style brasserie – all wainscoting, globe lights, cheek-by-jowl tables and white-jacketed…
Top Choice Cafe in Prater & East of the Danube

Supersense

Housed in an ornate Italianate mansion dating to 1898, this retro-grand cafe brings a breath of cool air to the Prater area. The cafe at the front, which rolls out locally roasted coffee, great breakfasts and day sp…
Museum in Prater & East of the Danube

Porzellanmuseum im Augarten

Restored to its former glory and reopened in 2011, this imperial pleasure palace harbours a new museum dedicated to exquisite Augarten porcelain. Founded in 1718, Augarten is the second-oldest porcelain manufacturer…
International in Prater & East of the Danube

Rollercoaster Restaurant

Flashing fluro lights, rattling roller-coaster tracks and thumping dance music welcome you into Vienna’s unique Rollercoaster Restaurant. Appropriately nestled in the heart of Prater Park, you can experience ‘Gastro…
Market in Prater & East of the Danube

Karmelitermarkt

A market with a long tradition, the Karmelitermarkt reflects the ethnic diversity of its neighbourhood. Set in an architecturally picturesque square, the market springs to life when the midday lunching locals descen…
Ferris Wheel in Prater & East of the Danube

Riesenrad

Top of every Prater wish list is the Riesenrad – at least for anyone of an age to recall Orson Welles' cuckoo clock speech in British film noir The Third Man (1949), set in a shadowy postwar Vienna. Built in 1897 by…
Austrian in Prater & East of the Danube

Schank zum Reichsapfel

This is a delightfully warm, wooden Heuriger (wine tavern) in the traditional mould, with dark-wood panelling, a tiled oven and a jovial crowd of locals digging into platters of rustic bread, speck, ham, sausage and…
Club in Prater & East of the Danube

Fluc

Located on the wrong side of the tracks (Praterstern can be rough around the edges at times) and housed in a blue-painted converted pedestrian passage, Fluc is the closest Vienna’s nightlife scene comes to anarchy –…