Topped by Otto Wagner’s glimmering art-nouveau church, Steinhofgründe is the most underrated of Vienna’s city parks. Sauntering along its pebbled paths, past wild raspberry and blackberry bushes, you’re just as likely to come across kite-flying adults as you are children clambering over huge forest…
This area used to be a part of a medical institution but nowadays is open to the public. You have an amazing view over Vienna and can go for a short hike. The famous Otto Wagner church is also to be found in those premises.
“Closest Viennese ‘Heuriger’ which is a typical restaurant with local wine and cold plate. ”
“Unique art nouveau church with stunning golden dome and views of the city. The adjoining park is one of the nicest in the city.”
“the left side from the hotel is a public green area with a nice view over vienna, also good to visit on new years night”