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IN A NUTSHELL

Visit Vienna With Kids

Vienna has frequently been titled as the best place to live in the entire world, and it’s no wonder. It has beautiful buildings, it’s clean and safe. Visiting with your family is ideal. We’ve gathered our top tips to make you trip with babies, toddlers or older children enjoyable.

Ideal for a Toddler

80%

Ideal for a Child

80%
LOCATION

Where should a family stay?

Family friendly districts in Vienna:

1st – 2nd and 7th district

Family friendly hotels in Vienna:

Hilton Vienna Park  – This is close to a city park with a big playground next to it.

Das Tyrol  – This is a boutique hotel, on the main shopping street of Mariahilfer Straße. It is close to the ZOOM children’s museum.

Ruby Lissi Hotel – This is located in the city centre, you can walk to every sight around.

Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront – This is the only hotel next to the Danube and has an outdoor pool for the summer.

Zoku Vienna – You’ll find this next to the Green Prater, perfect for picnics etc. – many playgrounds, famous amusement park.

Hotel Babula – This is also close to the Green Prater as well as the Augarten Park which has a playground.

Vienna Family
schönbrunn zoo + gardens
PLAY

Activities for children ages 0-5

Tiring our babies and toddlers whilst they absorb all that is around them.

ZOOM museum

House of Music

Schönbrunn Zoo + Gardens

Kinderspiel – das Familiencafé

Danube Tower (in the middle of a huge park with 2 big playgrounds)

PLAY

Activities for older kids

Keeping the older kids happy, entertained, and reducing the amount of times they ask for a screen or complain about being bored.

ZOOM Museum

Museum of Technology

Schönbrunn Palace

Museum of Natural History

“Reminse” Transport Museum

House of Music

Museum of Illusions

Schönbrunn Zoo

Chocolate Museum

Marionette Theatre

Madame Tussauds

Prater (Amusement Park)

Danube Tower (in the middle of a huge park with 2 big playgrounds)

House of the Sea

Prater Park
Vienna Park
PLAY

Parks & Playgrounds

Green is all over Vienna, our favourites for families are:

Danube Park – Many playgrounds available.

Green Prater – Many playgrounds available.

Kurpark Oberlaa – A playground is available.

Volksgarden – Whilst there is no playground there is a lot of space for picnics, football games etc. and it’s directly in the city centre.

FOOD

Family-friendly cafés & restaurants

Lauserpause – combined with indoor play

Kinderspiel – combined with indoor play

Mini & me – combined with indoor play

Luftburg

Dschungel Café

Family & Friends

Yamm!

Vienna Restaurants
Vienna transport
TRANSPORTATION

Getting Around

As you’d expect Vienna is highly organised. This is even the case when it comes to public transportation.

 Public transportation is efficient – everything is within reach.

Train & Underground/Buses and Trams

Space for buggies, and undergrounds usually have elevators/lifts for buggies and prams.

Look for a special offer with the VIENNA CARDS (3 days with many discounts)

TOYS

Toy shops

Herzilein 

Herr und Frau Klein

Carrousel

Vienna toyshop

Insider Tips

Formula

Most brands sold in Europe are available in Vienna from local supermarkets.

The Vienna City Card

A network travel pass which also entitles you to various tourist discounts.

Baby Rental Companies

ÖAMTC to rent a baby car seat
Kinderwagen-Cindy to rent a buggy

INTERACTIVE MAP

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