No need to be a pro figure skater here. Just listen and skate to the rhythm of the music while you’re at the Wiener Eislaufverein
Pump up the volume! The most traditional and atmospheric of all Viennese ice-skating venues is the Wiener Eislaufverein. On the map since 1897, the place is situated right between the venerable Konzerthaus (where Mozart used to play) and the Hotel Intercontinental (where the Rolling Stones stayed). There are skates to rent plus funky music every evening. Be quick, as the club constantly has to deal with financial problems and will probably
(and very unfortunately) not stay with us forever.
location: lothringerstra√üe 22, 1030 vienna | how to get there: metro u4 to stadtpark | time: november to march | opening hours: daily
9 am – 8 pm
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