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Wiener Prater is a public park with an area of 1700 ha in the center of Vienna, located between the Danube and the Danube Canal. A few centuries ago, the park area was the hunting grounds of the Habsburg family, which the Emperor Józef II gave to the inhabitants of the city in 1766. The name comes from the Latin word "pratum" and means meadows. In addition to the recreational function of Vienna, the green lungs of the city also play the role of a leisure and sports center.
The largest amusement park in Austria, Wurstelprater, was built in the city meadows. In the huge amusement park you will find fast roller-coaster costumes, fear houses and countless carousels. Prater Park is not only an amusement park, but also a beautiful garden. One of the main attractions in the park is chestnut alley, a popular place among walkers and cyclists. A path for runners and inline skaters was also prepared. In high season, children can use the modern playground, while young people and adults from the beach volleyball court.