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Prater 7/1 Riesenradplatz 1, Vienna 1020 Austria
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Explore the cultural heart of Vienna on an audio walking tour
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Explore the cultural heart of Vienna on an audio walking tour

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Explore the capital of Austria at your own pace with this self-guided audio tour. Venture across the city and see key landmarks such as the Vienna State Opera House, Albertina Art Museum, Capuchin Church, and more while listening to commentary through your headphones. Pause the tour at any time if you’d like to take a break, have a snack, or simply stop to take photos.
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Henrique C wrote a review Sep 2020
Belo Horizonte, MG285 contributions45 helpful votes
I just realized how big it was when I arrived and started to go around and see the attractions. Very interesting that you pay for what you use. You can go inside for free just to have fun. I recommend to everyone from 3 to 103 years old.
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Date of experience: August 2020
menios k wrote a review Sep 2020
Elefsina, Greece70 contributions30 helpful votes
We visited this game at Prater Park and the owner didn't inform us properly that we have to pay each shot separately. Consequently we had to pay 55 euros at the end and we had to pressure him to give us a receipt. Also he didn't accept credits card but only cash which is a shame for a Vienna Park. Do NOT visit this, it's a fraud.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Pablo J wrote a review Aug 2020
Rhodes, Greece39 contributions26 helpful votes
Went there with my ten year old niece today. She bought tokens to use on rides her all the money she had saved up. She really wanted to go on the ‘break dance’ ride. When she got to the front of the queue, one of her tokens fell out of her hand in plain sight of the ride operator and into a crack where it was impossible to retrieve. Rather than let her get on the ride, the monster made her go buy new tokens! She was with her older sister at the time and she only told me once we had left the park! What a disgusting human being!! ——> Boycott Break Dance ride!
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Date of experience: August 2020
Karin van B wrote a review Aug 2020
374 contributions28 helpful votes
You can get here easily by metro. Just take U1 and get off at Praterstern. From here it is a 3 mins walk to the park. On a clear day enjoy a ride on the Giant Ferris Wheel and have a great view of Vienna! This wheel makes Vienna famous. When it is a sunny day, grab a blanket and a basket with food for a picnic. With kids you can go one of the rides like the rollercoaster. Check out the Chocolate Museum or Madame Tussaud. Toilets are clean. Several places to go for a drink, meal or snack.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Robyn wrote a review Aug 2020
Vienna, Austria4 contributions1 helpful vote
Whenever friends come for a visit in Vienna, we go to Prater for a fun ride. The park looks especially good at night, when all of the colorful lights start blinking and dancing with reflections of one another. There’s one or two cons though. You have to pay for each ride individually as there is no entry ticket for the park. There’s always something that’s currently out of service.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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