Austrian capital city is not only connected by the routes for cyclists, but also for fans of inline skating.Minutes or hours of relaxing skating can be experienced in a 4.5 km long route across the main alley of the Prater, which previously served as an imperial hunting ground, but today it is a major recreational place for Viennese people.For example, in Budapest, you can go to Erzsébet Square, where you will find truants, couples in love, seniors walking their pets and fans of skateboards.Within couple minutes you will witness the strange but very acrobatic show.
And other sporting activities are offered on the island.
Test your night vision and experience the adrenaline rush at Heldenplatz, where the Friday Night Skating is held every Friday (from May - to October) from .
For every sport dedicated evenings there are prepared different itineraries that allow you to see Vienna a little differently.
We recommend you to go to the square just to look around, but in your own interest leave your skateboard at home.
Buy a ticket: Budapest Barcelona is an attractive place for lovers of inline skating, roller skating, skateboarding and cycling.