This boasts for having a tremendous view of the city, curious? Read on to know more about it!
Still not enough? Still not impressed? Ok! Take the 38A to Kahlenberg. This is a very popular place for Viennese people … surely not just because of the huge parking space or the big transmitting antenna, but mostly because of the tremendous view you get. Whether you sip your melange in the café or consume a finely roasted Schweinsbraten in the restaurant, your eyes will always wander around the city outlook. The view can only be topped by a lookout from Stefaniewarte (attention: opens May to October). Situated 5 minutes by foot from the parking lot you can even spot some of Vienna’s neighbouring regions.
Oh, if you are hungry and prefer a low cost alternative to the restaurant try the Würstelstand snack kiosk. Go for a “Pferdeleberkäsesemmel mit Senf”!
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