For sport lovers

There is no room for fashion-loving gourmets here - sand, sun and fun count on Vienna's public beach volleyball courts. You have to bring the net yourself, but often other players have already put one up!


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    Jesuitenwiese im Wiener Prater

    The extensive green area in Vienna's Prater is not only popular with families thanks to its huge playground. There is also a lot going on on the fitness apparatus and the tow beach volleyball courts – you just have to bring the net and ball yourself.

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    A more or less historical place: one of Vienna’s most traditional courts, not far from the Vienna Major Area, has a centre court with earthen ramparts as natural grandstands on three sides and two courts without grandstands. You have to bring your own net and ball.


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