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Welcome to Austria's tallest landmark! The Danube Tower is a Viennese landmark and an engineering masterpiece. It now stands resplendent in a stylish reinterpretation of the 1960s. The express lift will take you to a viewing platform 150 metres up...more
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Far out from the city centre – train or bus can get you fairly close, but for 14.50 euros it’s not worth going in my opinion. The tower is north of the city, so we were looking into the sun, and the city is far...More
It’s a long way out from the city – you can get to it by train or bus, but it's not worth the time or money. At 14.50 euros, it’s a rip-off. It’s on the north of the city, so most of the time you’ll...More
One of those "must do" attractions, and if you're a keen photographer or even just a happy snapper then you can while away the time pointing and shooting. The revolving cafe is quite a novelty and contrary to some reviews I didn't find the prices...More
The tower is a bit out of the way compared to the other Vienna attractions, but luckily we were using the Vienna Sightseeing bus, which took us direct to the foot of the tower as I believe public transport requires a bit of a walk...More
This is our second time in Vienna and we wanted to see it from the highest point. It is an amazing tower to visit, however, it is extremely expensive for what it is with very very abrupt and rude staff members who do not give...More
The tower was quite hard to reach because we used the trains and had to walk through the UNO city which is on lockdown security wise. The lift up was fun, the elevator guy was funny and the lift roof an experience in itself. The...More
Response from DonauturmWien | Property representative |
Right now there are very little parking spaces because of the construction in front of the Danubetower. The best would be -> parking on the streets and walking through the park or coming by public transport.