A proof where the so-called ’a walk in the park" can still bring you surprises! Where else, but only here in Vienna!
Romantics, and those to be, will get their money’s worth while feeding the ducklings in the pond and stroking the goats and chamois in the petting zoo area. Extremists will take it a step further and watch the kids in the playground. A walk through the park will bring surprises, such as free-running deer and hidden park benches. At the highest point of the park there’s a bench from where you can observe the entire scenery.
location: pötzleinsdorf, 1180 vienna | how to get there: tram 41 to pötzleinsdorf
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