Am Himmel

2009-11-11

Reaching this place may take you a while, but upon reaching it, you’ll be rewared with something that is worth all the effort!

Take the bus 39A. Generally this bus is a better choice than the 38A, as the 38A is quite often packed to the brim with people and moreover features a confusing quattro-way schedule that you will never understand. However, the easy and comfortable 39A also has a lowdown: as soon as you get off the bus at the final station “Sievering” you have to walk up a steep path (Gspöttgraben) to reach “Am Himmel”. But hiking up that path is good for your body anyway. At the Himmel (literally “heaven”) you will find the first nice landscape view of Vienna. But don’t look too much. It will get even better later on!

by Lomographic Society

written by fookshit on 2009-11-11 #places #outdoors #vienna #location #vienna-city-guide #landscape #city-guide-vienna

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