We come in the morning, find some geocaches, walk around, have picknik, lost and find in labirints and have a lot of fun.
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The gardens are a beautiful place to take a walk or just sit by a fountain and enjoy the view. Even if the castle grounds are so full of tourists at times, the gardens and park are large enough so it doesn't seen crowded at...More
The gardens are behind the palace and are reached by walking around the sides of the main building. The flowers were in full bloom, it is very well planned formal garden, and the garden balcony cafe is within ten minute walking distance.
We visited here on a glorious day in May 2017. A pleasant walk around the gardens and although we were a little early in the year to see great floral displays we were able to watch the gardeners at work who planted at a great...More
Do you want to feel like an emperor(or empress)? If so this place is a must visit. Climb up the hill to the palace Gloriette and look down towards the Schönbrunn palace and you will have a magnificent view. Stroll around the gardens, see the...More
The gardens are free to walk around in. I visited in the middle of May 2017 and there were fences set up around the flower patches and a crane was setting up a stage - disrupted the beauty of the gardens, but still lovely and...More
The gardens are very extensive but we were slightly disappointed that some of the area seemed to lack attention, even the formal gardens. Grass was uncut even in ornamental areas and was not quite as tidy was we expected
The Schonbrunner Gardens are absolutely magnificent if you enjoy walking - we walked for hours taking in the vistas, the mature trees and the plantings. If you prefer not to walk, a small train conveys people around. The grounds are so lush and green and...More
Nice walk in the Shonbrunn Palace, and the view is just amazing from the top. The Zoo was very nice and we enjoyed it. Animals were well taken care of and pretty organized.
Wow this place is busy now a days and even on colder days. Get there early or pre book any tours through the palace as the line to get tickets is longer than at the Louvre in Paris. I didn't go through the palace on...More