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Viennese Giant Ferris Wheel

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Mia
Mia
February 22, 2020
The Giant Ferris Wheel, trademark of Austria's capital city and a symbol of Vienna's world-famous Prater, creates a very special point of reference for every visitor with its unmistakeable silhouette, clearly visible even from great distances. A circular trip on one of the most significant and…
Paul
Paul
February 21, 2020
Beautiful view over the green area of austria called Prater
Elxe
Elxe
November 6, 2019
The BIG WHEEL. If you wanna have a great view over vienna - take it!
Linda
Linda
October 13, 2019
a ride on the fascinating and imposing structure is a must-do for most Vienna visitors
Corrine
Corrine
August 2, 2019
Iconic Ferris wheel dating back to 1897

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Ubicación
1 Riesenradplatz
Leopoldstadt, Wien 1020
Teléfono+43 1 7295430
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