Parks and gardens in Vienna

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Playgrounds are now open again. Be sure to keep a minimum distance of one metre in public to people that do not live in a common household with you. Parents and accompanying persons are responsible for ensuring that children comply with the corona rules.

shady parkway with park benches

Approximately 50 per cent of Vienna (about 200 square kilometres) are green areas. A large part of these green areas is for free public use.

Urban green areas in Vienna are administered by the Municipal Department 42 - Parks and Gardens (MA 42), by the Municipal Department 49 - Forestry Office and Urban Agriculture (MA 49) and Friedhöfe Wien (cemeteries).

Internationally renowned (former imperial) parks in Vienna such as Schönbrunn, Belvedere, Burggarten, Volksgarten, and Augarten have been administered by the Republic of Austria since 1918.

Selected parks

Sledging in parks

Contact for this page:
Parks and Gardens (Municipal Department 42)
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