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Welcome to Austria's tallest landmark! The Danube Tower is a Viennese landmark and an engineering masterpiece. It now stands resplendent in a stylish reinterpretation of the 1960s. The express lift will take you to a viewing platform 150 metres up...more
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Very nice tower, defintely worth the visit while in Vienna. The entry price is a bit expensive at almost 15€ per person but the view is very nice and it also has a nice restaurant on top that is worth checking. The elevator has a...More
The tower is kind of remote - but if the weather permits do consider taking a walk from the metro station to the tower. It goes through a very nice park.
At the top we have visited the cafeteria - it moves slowly and you...More
Danube Tower is one of the most beautiful attractions in vicinity of Vienna. You can visit the Tower and enjoy the view from the observatory floor, or if you prefer you can take your coffee at the cafeteria floor, or even you can enjoy lunch...More
We enjoyed a lovely Christmas day lunch in the tower, we had the special menu. Very good food, my husband said it was the best beef he had ever tasted! We also had a nice bottle of wine, but I cannot remember the name of...More
We visited the tower, as it was one of the stops on the Hop On Hop Off tour. Seemed slightly expensive at €13 each - and that included a small discount for Hop On Hop
Off customers. There’s a small introduction in English and German...More
It was a very foggy and cloudy day, but the views over looking Vienna were beautiful! You can purchase a combined ticket for the giant Ferris wheel (different location) as well as the tower, which was under €20/person.
There was also a restaurant and a...More
Walked to the tower from Stephansplatz (you can get public transport or the tour buses), it came into sight as we crossed the Danube.
It looms over you as you get closer.
The lift has a glass top so you can see the walls whizzing...More
I visited this place yesterday and what I can say is that it was freezing cold. I could not stay on the observation deck for more than 5 minutes because of the raging wind and the staggering cold. We went upstairs to the cafe to...More
Response from DonauturmW | Property representative |
Right now there are very little parking spaces because of the construction in front of the Danubetower. The best would be -> parking on the streets and walking through the park or coming by public transport.