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Landstrasser Guertel 3 Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, Vienna 1030 Austria
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Südtiroler Platz-HauptbahnhofVienna U-Bahn10 min
KeplerplatzVienna U-Bahn14 min
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Big Bus Vienna Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
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Big Bus Vienna Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

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Create your own sightseeing schedule on a Big Bus hop-on hop-off bus tour of Vienna, a flexible and family-friendly way to see Austria’s capital. Regardless of whether you’ve got a little or a lot of time in Vienna, a 1-, 2-, or 3-day bus pass has you covered. Onboard the double-decker Big Bus, gain access to Wi-Fi and audio commentary designed to orient you among conveniently located stops.
$35.06 per adult
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kjell m wrote a review May 2019
Subic, Philippines1,105 contributions204 helpful votes
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After our visit at the castle here we went to the special garden. Nice little quit place to walk around and a fair entrance price .
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Oracle2win wrote a review May 2018
Sofia, Bulgaria166 contributions9 helpful votes
Unique flowers thousands of thousands. The most impressive are “mame” bonsai. They are separated in one of the corners.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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AleaUn wrote a review Aug 2015
Belgrade, Serbia369 contributions177 helpful votes
We had a little problem with finding the entrance, so it took us two tries and two visits to Belvedere to find it. I see that some reviewers mentioned fee, but my boyfriend and I didn't pay any. The place is wonderful! Not only that it is great for walking and enjoying, but it is also educational, with fauna from all over the world. It is great when you can see some trees and plants for the first time really, and you feel looking at the world in its small version.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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Geordiegirl_8 wrote a review Jul 2014
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom284 contributions125 helpful votes
We visited following a very disappointing trip to the Belvedere and this made up for it. The cost was 3.5euros in July 2014; well worth the entrance fee. Well-signed, beautifully-kept and a bonsai collection. It is nearly the end of the season, but the plants were cared for. Right beside the (free) Botanic Gardens and a good visit for anyone who loves gardens
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geo3 wrote a review Aug 2013
Calgary, Canada1,237 contributions167 helpful votes
The Alpine Garden is probably overlooked by many people, but it is in the Belvedere complex just to the southeast of the Upper Belvedere. For a serious gardener, this is five-star attraction which is worth a special trip in spring or very early summer. For a non-gardener, it would be less interesting, but iit s attractively landscaped and is worth a stroll if you are in the area of the upper Belvedere. There is an entrance fee (3 Euros if I remember correctly). So, for the serious gardener: This garden does not consist of only alpine plants, but also Mediterranean plants, plants from western North America, and even some rhododendrons and kalmias. However, the focus is on alpines from around the world. Most of the plants are well-labelled with the latin names (as well as the German names). Due to the nature of the plants grown here, it probably reaches its peak bloom sometime in May, but it was still very floriferous when I visited in mid-June. It closes for the season in early August, when almost all of the plants grown here would have finished blooming, and when many would have gone dormant for the summer. There is also a small collection of bonsai.
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Date of experience: June 2013
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