Looking for an amazing swimming area just right under the blue sky? Well, you’re in the right place!
Make sure you drop by this amazing swimming area under the blue sky. Right here the young Austrian bathing culture is at home. Whether you’re searching for fully tattooed bodybuilders, crying toothless children and screaming toothless parents, long forgotten techno culture, würstel-frying grandparents or heavily tuned cars in the motorpark; you’ll find it all there! Tip: Drop me a line if you want to know about the secret free entrance (climbing skillz required). Open from May to September.
location: prater-krieau, 1020 vienna | how to get there: metro u2 to stadion, bus 84a to zachgasse
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