The 1st district is the centre of Vienna and is called Innere Stadt (“Inner city”). It borders Leopoldstadt, Landstraße, Wieden, Mariahilf, Neubau, Josefstadt and Alsergrund. Until the fall of the city walls these districts were actually suburbs which became municipalities by the time. The overall population is approx. 17,000 people. However, as the 1st district is a tourist centre and many companies have their offices there...read more
Leopoldstadt is the 2nd district of Vienna and is located between the Danube and Danube Canal. On a total area of 19.27 km2 live 101,702 people. Currently, Leopoldstadt is one of the most modern and most dynamic districts of Vienna. Its cityscape changes constantly, such that it has become a colourful mix of historic and modern buildings (e.g. Marina tower)...read more.
Landstraße is the 3rd Viennese district and is located very central. It has a modest total area of approx. 7.42 km2 and a population of 88,125 people. As many of its neighbouring districts is Landstraße also characterised by a combination of historic touristic attractions, green and pedestrian areas and living and commercial spaces...read more
Wieden is the 4th district of Vienna. Its total area is approx. 1.80 km² with a total population of 31,691 people and is, therefore, densely populated. The public transport network is here highly developed as there are three metro lines: U1, U2 and the U4. The population rises constantly in Wieden (from 30,700 people in 2011 to 31,691 people in 2015) which influences the real estate market...read more
Margareten is the 5th district of Vienna. Previously, it was part of the 4th district, however, because of social-economic reasons it was declared independent in 1861. Afterwards, the south part of Margareten was given to the district Favoriten. Margareten offers a remarkable cityscape, characterised by apartment buildings, cosy cafés and modern restaurants...read more
Mariahilf is the 6th and smallest of Vienna`s districts. On a total area of 1.45 km² live 31,000 people. The 6th district is well-known for its shopping street Mariahilferstraße which puts a sparkle in the eye of the shopping enthusiast...read more
Neubau is the 7th district of Vienna. It is one of the most bustling districts in Vienna and well-known for its nightlife. On a total area of 1.61 km² live 31,291 people. The popular region Spittelberg (part of the 7th district) with the adjoining Museumsquartier have the reputation of being a trendy neighbourhood because of the numerous modern and inviting restaurants, bars and cafés there...read more
Josefstadt is the 8th and the smallest district of Vienna. Its total area is only 1.09 km². Nevertheless, it has its own special features. For historical reasons almost all Vienna`s mayor have lived in Josefstadt and now also the Federal President. Nevertheless, it is a very calm and central district and is known as the “district of villas”...read more