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Stadtpark in Vienna – Wonderful Autumn photo inspirations

written by gregor November 6, 2017
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Every autumn, nature puts on a brilliant show of colors in the Stadtpark in Vienna, Austria. (Vienna City Park) From bright yellows to vibrant reds, in fall the leaves transform, showing their rich and vibrant hues.  Every year, tourists and Viennese citizens flock to the Stadtpark in Vienna to photograph the fall foliage and catch a glimpse of nature’s splendor.

Please find below photos of my visit to Stadtpark in Vienna. All photos taken with Fuji XT-2 camera and the  Samsung Galaxy S8plus (CLICK)

Learn more about 7 Quick an Easy tips for your Best colorful autumn photos on my Blog Post (CLICK)

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Stadtpark , Vienna Austria

Location

Accessibility

Metro U4 Station Stadtpark, U3 Station Stubentor

Opening hours

The Stadtpark is accessible around the clock and has no closing times.

The impressive photo scene of the golden plated bronze statue from the former Viennese waltz king Johann Strauss son.

The Stadtpark Vienna with the size of approx. 65.000 m² is since the year 1862 the biggest park area in the center of the city and it is equally well liked by the tourists and the Viennese citizens. Many Guests of the hotels at the Parkring enjoy the nice view and are only a few meters away from a relaxing stroll through this beautiful green park.

Stadt Park Design

The recreation space which was designed in an English landscape style is located between the Parkring in the 1st district and the Heumarkt in the 3rd district. The river Wienfluss splits the Stadtpark in two parts and bridge constructions like the iron Karolinenbrücke and the Ungar Klein Brücke connect those both parts.  The landscape painter Joseph Sellény provided the template and the city gardener Rudolph Siebeck made the planting accordingly.

Stadt Park Monuments

The city park hosts  numerous monuments such as the ones of the famous composers Franz Lehar and Franz Schubert as well as Anton Bruckner, Robert Stolz and Sebastian Kneipp. The most favorite photo subject is the golden plated bronze statue from Johann Strauss son the Viennese waltz king.

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Culinary Highlights

For a coffee break you can choose the terrace of the Kursalon Hübner. This Italian Renaissance styled building was constructed in the year 1867 by Johann Garben and today it is also used for balls and Clubbings. It is located near to the corner of Parkring – Johannesgasse. (Open April to September from 11:00 o’clock)

The – Meierei im Stadtpark  – at the river Wienfluss and was opened in 1903 as a milk drinking hall.  The restaurant Steirereck with one of the best gourmet foods in Vienna is very close

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More Info about the Stadtpark Vienna
www.wien.gv.at

 

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