Danube Island is an artificial island in the center of Vienna. As part of flood protection, this 20-kilometer island between the Old and New Danube was created in the 1970s. Danube Island is one of Viennese's most popular recreational areas, and tourists also like to come here. The area offers a variety of recreational and sports opportunities such as beach volleyball, canoeing, swimming, biking, adventure playgrounds, and more. Every year in the summer, the Danube Island Festival is held. With free entry, international music stars and famous Austrian bands perform for a weekend. Danube Island is designed somewhat like a park. In the northern and southern parts, nature is allowed to develop freely. These areas are important places for animals and plants. The Danube newt, which is threatened with extinction, finds one of the last undisturbed habitats here.

Donauinsel 1, 1220 Wien, Österreich
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