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The Prater in Vienna

Attractions as far as the eye can see

The famous Prater in Vienna is located in comfortable distance to our Viennese hotels IMLAUER Vienna and Nestroy Vienna and should not be missing from your holiday in Vienna. More than 250 attractions await you and will give you and your children many happy hours: fun, entertainment and enjoyment for the whole family! Take a break and explore a vast area of historical character.


Enjoyment for the whole family

The Prater in Vienna is a historical amusement park with a unique charm. Besides classical highlights like the Giant Ferry Wheel many modern attractions will give young and old that kick of adrenaline. Experience the thrill of speed when Bungee-Jumping or with the Space Shot or feel the creep in one of the ghost trails. Besides the action at these modern attractions, the historical features will also attract you to visit the Prater.


A historical hunting area

In addition to the amusement park, the Prater also includes a generous park, which was originally one of the imperial hunting areas. Here you can relax on comfortable spacious lawns, go walking in the shade of large trees and relax on the large green areas. Shut away the hectic of the big city. You can relax before diving into the pulsing life that is Vienna. And you and your family won’t go hungry at the Prater. Enjoy traditional dishes at traditional restaurants like the “Schweizerhaus”. Sweet treats, hearty Austrian specialties and typical fast food will satisfy your appetite.

A stone’s throw from the Prater in Vienna

A visit to the Prater is a great option, especially as it is so close to our Viennese Hotels. From our hotels IMLAUER Vienna and Nestroy Vienna you can easily reach the Prater on foot in about 10 minutes. Those who do not want to walk can take the subway line U1 at “Nestroyplatz” in the direction of “Leopoldau”. They will reach the Prater in one station at “Praterstern”.

Make a reservation for your hotel room near the Prater and look forward to exciting holidays in the capital of Austria.


Photo: Giant Ferry Wheel in the Vienna Prater © WienTourismus / Peter Rigaud

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