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We are a group of 20-21 years olds and loved this place. It looks weird as you walk in but when you get to the pool area it's great. There are loads of changing rooms and lockers which are all so clean! The pool area...More
We (family of four with 6 year old and 8 year old) spent a week in Vienna in August 2017. It was during some VERY hot weather so we looked for a place to swim. This place was not really mentioned in the guide book...More
Large complex with 50m lap pool diving pool, leisure pool, wave pool and childrena pool. Water was 26C and refreshing after the 35+ heat. It was crowded but there is plenty of room.A lovely spot to.spend some hours. Note- they dont hire towels. You have...More
A lovely place to cool off and spend a few hours. There are a variety of pools, some for lane swimming, a wave pool with a super shallow side that you can just sit in and a larger swimming area with no lanes. There was...More
Stadionbad is one of my favorite swimming pools in Vienna for the hot months because besides having many different swimming pools it also has a very wide grass area full of trees, where you can get a nice shadow and relax, or even have a...More
The Stadionbad is one of the largest pool complexes in Vienna and was fairly recently renovated. There are several different pools including kiddie pools, family pools with water slides, a wave pool, diving boards, and sport swimming pools. There is plenty of space to spread...More
We stayed at the Hilton Danube Waterfront located just a few minutes away from the Stadionbad. The Stadion is also on e of the stops on the U metro line that will take you all the ay into the city. The area is great to...More
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Welcome to one of Vienna’s trendiest quarters. The second district has witnessed a turbulent ride, from medieval swamp to vibrant Jewish quarter, from pleasure ground for the noble and humble to current hip residence and workplace of Vienna’s creative crowd. Cross the Danube Canal from the city centre and take in life on Taborstrasse with its mix of old townhouses, churches, theatres, discount shops and
ethnic restaurants. Head for Augarten via Karmelitermarkt, Leopoldstadt’s trendy marketplace. Baroque Augarten itself hosts a bizarre mix of manicured hedges and flowerbeds in front of a colossal World War II defense tower, the publicly accessible 300-year-old Augarten porcelain manufactory, the palatial boarding school and funky concert hall of the Vienna Boys Choir, and the modern art museum TBA21. At its opposite corner, The Prater not only houses the Giant Ferris Wheel but blends a bustling amusement park with lush woodland, perfect for a bike tour. Further east is the old derby racing ground of Krieau.