Luisa Fritz Wien Österreich
Walking in Vienna
Everything is fine in Vienna, I really like Vienna parks, which stretch almost along the entire central ring. They have excellent lawns, flower beds and well-groomed trees, monuments, small fountains and obelisks. They are framed by no less magnificent buildings, in which not only architectural forms delight me, but not the flashy, but very pleasing decor. There are often sculptures near buildings, on roofs and in niches; magnificent reliefs and high reliefs adorn the facades and pediments of buildings. There are a lot of temples in Vienna. Large, small, tall, low, old and relatively young. Each has its own characteristics, its own charms, its own character, its own soul, its own story. Often they get lost in the midst of dense buildings, but the more interesting and unexpected is the meeting with them. I really like the streets and squares of Vienna, as one street flows into another, flows into a cozy square, and next to it is another, and from it another cascade of streets scatter ...
Vienna has a very well organized urban space. If you are tired of crowds of tourists, numerous restaurants and shops, you can always turn into a less busy street and, having gone a bit, find yourself in a park, the whole atmosphere of which contributes to relaxation and rest.
Vienna is a city for people!
The huge park is considered one of the largest urban in the world.
It is located not far from the center, in the hills, so you can take successful photographs of the city.
Usually locals prefer this place for picnics.
How important it is to visit - decide for yourself, these are green lawns with eucalyptus and acacia trees, there is a huge baobab, but this fauna is also enough in the city, Perth is famous for its parks, right in the perimeter of the city center.
I had nothing to do, the weather was excellent, so I walked with a free walking tour of the park and looked into the Botanical Garden, I saw typical Australian plants, herbs that I didn’t really tell. Nevertheless, it was instructive to expand my vocabulary and communication practice, so I came on an excursion alone)