When you want to visit Vienna as a camper, Donaupark Camping Klosterneuburg is the place to go. You will be exposed to an overdose of historic, cultural and musical highlights. On this typical city camping, everything is immaculate and arranged in an almost business-like manner. The other side of the coin: no frills and a rather formal atmosphere. But does it matter? After all, you are here to visit Vienna.
From the campsite, you can cycle to the centre in just under an hour. Travelling by public transport (20-minute trip) is also very convenient.
A bit compact at times
Everything is well-organised and maintained. The only minor disadvantage is the fact that the pitches are somewhat compact. There are hardened pitches, sites with grass, with gravel and pitches that have both. Camper vans are on a separate field. In low season there is much more space and you can choose a pitch yourself.
Donaupark Camping Klosterneuburg is a typical overnight campsite and is clearly centred on people who are on the move during the day; this also explains the limited level of facilities.
The discount vouchers of the campsite will give you free access to the swimming pool adjacent to the campsite and the beach pool (1 km walk). There is a limited amount of entertainment for children: a playground and trampoline.
Restaurant in town
The campsite does not have a shop or restaurant. However, fresh bread is available on a daily basis. You can get takeaway meals in the modest cafeteria. Fortunately, there are good supermarkets close by. As far as finding a restaurant or eating spot, this should not pose a problem in cosmopolitan Vienna.