Stadtpark is located on the bank of the Wein River, just east of the Ringstrasse. It was designed and opened in 1862 and is Vienna's first public park. It is easy walking distance from the historic city centre and worth checking out to see the many monuments, statues and busts that are within the park.
This is a nice green city park when visited during the warmer months. However, it was much less green and vibrant during our visit during the early month of March. This didn't deter from our enjoying the many statues, monuments, winding walking paths and green space, found at Stadtpark. Highlights for us are a bit predictable - the Monuments to Johann Strauss and Franz Schubert, but there are many others to see and enjoy at this park.
Overall, we quite enjoy Stadtpark. It is not a world class park but it surprisingly nice to visit and it is a place we usually try to include during our trips to Vienna.
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