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Setagaya Park

KLG Heiligenstadt Hintergaertengasse 9, Vienna 1190, Austria
+43 1 40008042
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A tiny park of Japan in Vienna.

A tiny park set up by a Japanese professor to honour the relations with the Japanese sister town... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Otto
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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Nice, but very small and crowdy

The park is really beautiful especially during the spring, when all the trees are blooming. However... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2018
Gabi Z
,
Vienna, Austria
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5 days ago
“A tiny park of Japan in Vienna.”
15 Apr 2018
“Nice, but very small and crowdy”
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KLG Heiligenstadt Hintergaertengasse 9, Vienna 1190, Austria
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Reviewed 5 days ago

A tiny park set up by a Japanese professor to honour the relations with the Japanese sister town. It is very nicely decorated, with a pool and a tea house (was closed), a few water falls just amidst the city. It is great to sit...More

Thank Otto
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

The park is really beautiful especially during the spring, when all the trees are blooming. However it's also very popular then. Setagaya is a very small park, you can walk it around within maybe 15 minutes - and that's including stops to take pictures. Taking...More

2  Thank Gabi Z
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Reviewed 18 September 2017

I was looking for a nice and quite place In Vienna and even though it's beautiful and worth to visit, it's a bit small and way too close to the road therefore it's not as quiet as I thought.

Thank Éva G
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Reviewed 30 May 2017

This park is small, clean and cute. The problem is that you can walk through it in approximately 10 - 15 max minutes. Unfortunately when we arrived magnolia and sakura trees had already finished its blooming. Resuming - nice place, where you can spent half...More

2  Thank starconnection
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Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

I ran by this park by coincidence while passing through the area and was surprised with the serenity, peacefulness and calmness In this park, it's small but amazing.. Pass by it if you can.

Thank Rashroush
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Reviewed 16 February 2016 via mobile

We were there during the start of monkey year where ume just started to blossom. Very beautiful blossom in red, yellow, pink, white. Easily 500 ume trees are blossoming. We bought sweet and sour ume.

Thank Mokhtar A
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Reviewed 27 August 2015

Setagaya is a small park containing all the elements we expect to find in a japanese garden (fountain, small waterfall, pond, three bridges, tea-house and most important a japanese cherry tree). Best time for visiting is early morning when there are hardly any people. If...More

1  Thank jaeger_37
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Reviewed 19 August 2015

Setagaya Garden looks great in the Internet. However, going there in the middle of the summer is a different experience. It is easy to get there by tram line 37 - but there is no indication which points to the park - which is more...More

1  Thank choerig
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Reviewed 31 July 2013

Small but very neatly done and undoubtedly attractive park in 19th district of Vienna. It happened so that we visit it always in autumn, so it had a foggy atmosphere, which enhanced Japanese character of the place. Be aware though that besides the Setagaya park...More

4  Thank Oleg L
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