Enjoy an autumn holiday in Vienna
An unforgettable family holiday in the Austrian capital
In the middle of autumn, you’ll be longing to stop and take a quick breather before the first Christmas preparations begin. Make use of those free days around All Saints’ Day to enjoy an unforgettable holiday in Vienna with your family. Autumn is a particularly good time for a city holiday with your loved ones. Find some much-needed peace and quiet in the city’s parks, already colourfully illuminated, and spend some pleasant and enjoyable holiday time visiting Vienna’s landmarks.
Your action-packed family day in Vienna’s Wurstelprater
Autumn holiday time with the family means one thing above all else: plenty of fun! The famous Wurstelprater amusement park in Vienna’s Leopoldstadt promises terrific entertainment for children and adults alike. The central fun park has more to offer than just the traditional Wiener Riesenrad Ferris wheel. Numerous other attractions such as creepy ghost trains, hilarious Punch and Judy shows, Madame Tussaud’s wax figure museum and many more carnival rides also ensure plenty of happy moments for the whole family. After your action-packed adventures in the Prater, you can relax with a walk along the magnificent main avenue to the “Green Prater” with your children. Several children’s playgrounds, BMX tracks, skate parks and beach volleyball courts invite children and young people to try something a little different.
Time out and recuperation in the autumn Augarten
Red and gold trees, the rustling of the foliage and the always-entertaining business of collecting horse chestnuts: Vienna’s Augarten is a real feast for the eyes in autumn. While you look your fill at the charming and delightful natural scenery, your children can play on one of the five different playgrounds. Vienna’s oldest baroque gardens also contain the second-oldest porcelain factory in Europe. Take an exciting tour through the porcelain factory and attached museum, and you will be deeply impressed at the high standard of the workmanship on display. A successful bit of variety for your amusement programme in the autumn holidays!
Autumn culinary delights at the Naschmarkt
The Naschmarkt in Vienna offers a range of fresh fruit and vegetables as well as a variety of Austrian and international delicacies. Alongside the diverse range of market stalls, cosy restaurants invite you to step inside and enjoy a relaxed meal. Every Saturday, you can take a trip down memory lane as you rummage around at the flea market or enjoy outstanding organic products from the “Bio-Ecke” organic corner. Don’t miss out on a culinary delight during your autumn family holiday!