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Best things to do in Kahlenberg

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Bus Station
“Panoramic view over Vienna. In season, go visit one of the many Heurigen (places that grow and sell wine and cheese and other produce).”
101 locals recommend
Mountain
“Excellent viewing point towards Vienna and Klosterneuburg, as well as the East shore of the river Danube!”
5 locals recommend
Winery
“Placed in the middle of the Viennese vineyards, excellent "Heuriger" with fantastic views over Vienna and the Danube”
8 locals recommend
Food
“Netter Ausflug ins Grüne Wien. Teuer aber einen Besuch wert. Vor dem Besuch auf jeden Fall die Öffnungszeiten auf der Website prüfen.”
2 locals recommend
Wine Bar
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“It's worth the hike uphill. Here you'll find a real "Wiener Heurigen" without too many tourists. Remember that Grinzing claims to have authentic Heurigen bars, but it's nothing else than where tourist busses are being sent to. This Heurigen is different and a real secret spot for Viennese people.”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“go hiking (Kahlenberg) and stop at the Josefinenhütte - austrian style of life ;) ”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
1 local recommends
Route
“explore nature and look down on vienna from the top of it. big monument and important historical place, old and abandoned big hotel.. like overlook hotel in shining ;) its really in the mid of nowhere”
2 locals recommend
Wine Bar
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“stunnning view but you have to check their website if they are open www.wailandwein.at”
1 local recommends
Establishment
“If you want to escape the city and enjoy a beautiful view over Vienna walking through the forest. There is a restaurant and a café to relax. After that you can drink wine in one of Grinzings Heurigen.”
2 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Der Leopoldsberg ist ein 425 Meter hoher Berg im 19. Wiener Gemeindebezirk Döbling und nordöstlichster Ausläufer des Wienerwaldes. Er liegt am nördlichsten Punkt des gebirgigen Nordrandes des Stadtgebietes Wiens am rechten Donauufer, steil über dem Strom, und markiert das nordöstliche Ende des Wienerwaldes und der Alpen insgesamt. Mit dem 5 km nördlicher gelegenen Bisamberg am linken Donauufer bildet er die sogenannte Wiener Pforte. Durch sie tritt die Donau ins Wiener Becken ein.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
2 locals recommend
Mountain
2 locals recommend
Neighborhood
Mountain
1 local recommends