Located in Vienna’s fifth district, the Margaretenbad has always been a popular meeting place for old and young.
With its varied offers for fun and relaxation, such as a big dragon slide, a water fall, a counter stream swim unit, sauna, solarium and a restaurant, it has become one of the city’s jewels.
Biking is a part of the every day life of many people who live in Vienna. There are special lanes on the streets for the bikers and a lot of people prefer to use them instead of the public transportation.
It's the same for roller blading. During the summer, spring and autumn months every friday you can join many young people on their ride through downtown Vienna. Actually they are they are skateing arround the first district and the police stops the cars...
If you don't want to wait till Friday you can go to the Donauinsel (Danube Island) where you can enjoy the sites of the Donau City and the green sites of the island.
Equipment: During the summer months you can also play some beach volleyball on the Danube Island (it's close to the U6 Station called Handelskai).
A restaurant, night club, sun deck and floating pool... just the thing to relax at the Badeschiff Wien.
Ernst Happel Stadium is the biggest football arena in Austria with a capaciy of 53000 seats. It was build in 1931 and renovated in 1986. The stadium was host to Euro 2008.
If you're into extreme sports, the Danube Tower's the right place for you. Since 2000 it's been the highest bungy centre of the world!
Miss the mountains? Get some practice in at the Fleckturm in Esterhazy Park, just off Mariahilfersrasse.