If you like history and are interested in WW2 it is worth visiting, else it is just two blocks of concrete. I am not sure if you can big a tour to go inside, but the towers are fenced off
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If you are in Vienna and want to find one of the few examples of Nazi war architecture left, it's well worth a No. 31 tram out to Augarten. The contrast between the modern tranquility of this huge park and the anti-aircraft history of the...More
I guess this park is fantastic in the summer time but I had a good hour inside here had seen this name Augarten and should leave u station Taborstrase when i saw on the map it was 5-10 minutes walk to check it out. And...More
Nearest underground is twelve min away. The park itself is pretty basic, it didn't look anything too special. But it was winter. Perhaps it has more colour and in better condition in summer. However it is worth spending ten minutes here to see the huge...More
A lovely large park on a lovely evening - popular and readily used by groups of all ages. Benches by the dozen available to have a rest and/or a read. A real excellent area to chill. The huge concrete anti aircraft tower left over and...More
My friend and I were staying very close to the Augarten so went for a couple of walks there. Very beautiful gardens, although the 'flak' towers were rather peculiar!
It took me many years to discover this little trasure in Vienna. The Park is amazingly structured with crafted trees (see pictures). The alleys are very narrow so you can get enough shadows even in hot mornings. Ideal for jogging and for a nice walk....More
The Augarten is a public park of 52.2 hectares situated in the Leopoldstadt, the second district of Vienna, Austria. It contains the city's oldest Baroque park. It is a great place to relax, get away from the tourist area and enjoy some tranquility, culture and...More
Make sure to visit Augarten when in Vienna. It's a huge park full of trees and flowers but also with 2 massive towers for anti-aircraft defense during WWII.