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Action in Vienna's most populated district 

The Wienerberg is part of the 10th district and holds some treasures that are even unknown to the Viennese. Extensive walks, a round of golf and good bourgeois cuisine - all this can be experienced in the working class district of Favoriten if you are tired of classical sightseeing.

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    Wienerberg recreation area

    There is no reason for either young or old to feel bored on the more than 120 hectares of recreation area. A well-developed network of trails, playgrounds, sports fields and green relaxation areas, as well as a pond and a nudist beach provide plenty of action, no matter at what pace.

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    Das Chadim

    Directly beside the Wienerberg lake, the Chadim family provides hungry people in search of relaxation with good classical Viennese food. The listed building is a place to feel good and some say that probably the best beef roulade in Vienna is served here.

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    City & Country Golfclub Wienerberg

    A 9-hole golf course in the middle of Vienna, a fitness centre, the city's biggest racquet sports centre - here you can really start to sweat and then recharge your batteries in the Club Restaurant "Blanche".

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Chill-out beaches in the heart of the city

Sand and drinks 

Stick your feet in the sand in the centre of the city and drink a margarita while doing so? Yes, that is possible, with good food and great music into the bargain.

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