True to its name, this is one of the famous spot to go to especially when summer comes in Vienna!
The Bellevue (French for “beautiful view”) meadow is a well-known spot amongst the Viennese people. Especially in summer the place is quite frequented. It’s one of these hotspots in Vienna where you can overlook the whole town. You can go there for a picnic, for playing volleyball or something else and last but not least nuzzle with your partner! But don’t forget – you will be in company – and yes, in smooching company!
location: bellevuewiese, between bellevuestraße and himmelstraße, 1190 vienna | how to get there: metro u4 to heiligenstadt, bus 39a and then walk up the bellevuestraße
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