Here’s where you can slow things down, get away from all the bustling activity in the streets and take a deep breath. Enjoy the fall! 😉
Türkenschanzpark is what many call the most beautiful park in the city. It has it all: small pathways, ponds, rolling hills and rare botanical plants.
The two most significant recreational facilities in Vienna are Donauinsel and Prater. Danube Island is perfect for endless walks – with your dog – or BBQ sessions. To the Viennese, the more centrally located Prater is what Central Park is to New Yorkers.
Setagaya Park, a quiet little Japanese garden in the north of the city (see above picture). The town twinning between Vienna’s 19th district and Tokyo’s suburb Setagaya has existed for many years. Come here to find inner peace – until October 31st, which is when its doors close for the winter months.
For food, just down the street, I suggest you find Minh, my trusted resource for Vietnamese food in the area, try the delicious Bun Cha Gio!