With a vintage of being the oldest amusement park in the world, Vienna Prater is one of the must visits in Austria!
The oldest amusement park in the world. Go there in the evening but don’t go there alone. Take night time shots of all the colored lights of the amusement attractions (Speedy Gonzalez, Rollercoasters, Hall of Mirrors, Tunnel of Horror, Riesenrad). Free entry to the park, admissions vary from 1‚Äì10 Euro per ride. Closed in winter. Tip: Also don’t miss the atmosphere at the subway and tram station Praterstern. The Prater is also very interesting in winter when the tourists are gone.
location: prater 20, 1020 vienna | how to get there: metro u1/u2 to praterstern
| time: open from march 15 to october 31 | website: www.prater.at
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