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Das Wetter in Wien

  Nachrichten 2. Bezirk
  Österreich Serien
  Wiener Blickpunkte
  Kunst & Kultur Wien
  Museen in Wien
  Stadtgeschichte Wiens
  Die Wiener Bezirke
  Auto und Verkehr
  Gesundheit aktuell
  Lifestyle aktuell
  Space aktuell
  Technik aktuell
  Urlaub aktuell
  Wissen aktuell
Der 2. Bezirk
    Behörden 2. Bez.
Soziale Arbeit
  Messezentrum Wien
Ärzte in Leopoldstadt
    Krankenhaus der
Barmherzigen Brüder 1020
  Typisch Wien
    Der Wiener Dialekt
    Der Wiener Fiaker
    Wiener Lieder
U-Bahnnetz Wien - Schnellverbindungen Wien  
Ärzte in Wien Leopoldstadt / 1020 / 2. Bezirk  
Dienstbereite Apotheken in Wien  
Bundesministerium für Inneres
Polizei.AT ist die offizielle Polizei-App Österreichs. Neben brandaktuellen Nachrichten, Präventionstipps und Fahndungsausschreibungen bietet die App hilfreiche Informationen aus dem Bereich der Polizei.
Die App ist mit allen gängigen Betriebssystemen (ios, android und windows) kompatibel und steht in den App-Stores kostenlos zum Download zur Verfügung.
QR-Code für alle Betriebssysteme
Gelati Alberti - Italienisches Eis seit 1906 © "Gelati Alberti", Praterstraße 40, 1020 Wien
Gelati Alberti - Italienisches Eis seit 1906 © "Gelati Alberti", Praterstraße 40, 1020 Wien
Gelati Alberti, gegründet von unserem Urgroßvater Giovanni im Jahre 1906, ist eines der ältesten bestehenden Eissalons Wiens.
Gelati Alberti - Italienisches Eis seit 1906 © "Gelati Alberti", Praterstraße 40, 1020 Wien
Sämtliche Eissorten sind in mittlerweile 110 Jahren von Generation zu Generation weiter entwickelt worden, und auch nach wie vor in unserem Eissalon selbst hergestellt.
Gelati Alberti - Italienisches Eis seit 1906 © "Gelati Alberti", Praterstraße 40, 1020 Wien
Neue Kreationen und Eisspecials werden auf Facebook laufend vorgestellt, damit unsere Gelati-Friends immer am neuesten Stand bleiben. :)
Wir freuen uns auf Sie!
Praterstrasse 40, 1020 Wien
Telefon: +43-(0)1-212 18 12
Mo - So 10.30-22.30 Uhr
The View - Restaurant
Erleben Sie den Einmaligen Donaublick und die Skyline auf unserer großzügigen Sonnen-Terrasse. Es erwartet Sie eine gelungene Pause vom Alltag in herzlich-familiärer Atmosphäre.
Unsere Bar bietet Ihnen Internationale Cocktails und Lounge Sound.
Zwei getrennte Räume und eine Terrasse mit Blick auf die Donau und Skyline. Für Ihre Kunden nur das Beste, wir garantieren Ihnen unvergessliche Events und Feste mit Top Service und rundum Wohlfühl Ambiente.
170 Sitzplätze Restaurant
150 Sitzplätze Terrasse
Restaurantparkplatz für ca. 40 Autos. Busparkplätze direkt vor dem Objekt
Stilvolles und individuelles Frühstücken, Mittagstisch und süße Verlockungen am Nachmittag, Aperitifs für einen entspannten Start in den Abend, wundervolles Abendessen und gefühlvoller Ausklang.
Handelskai 265, 1020 Wien
Tel: +43-(0)1- 890 83 74
täglich 08.30-02.00 Uhr
Radsport RIH
Rih ist eine alteingesessene Fahrradfirma in Familienbesitz. 1933 gegründet, existiert Rih noch heute, wenn auch nicht als exklusiver Fahrradhersteller so doch als Marke und Händler. Heute kommen die Rahmen überwiegend aus Italien von Basso sowie von Montanger und Müsing.
Radsport RIH: seit 3 Generationen DIE Adresse,
wenn es um Top-Rennräder für Top-Fahrer geht.
Praterstraße 48, 1020 Wien
Telefon: +43 012145180
Mo - Fr: 08:30 - 18:00
Samstag: 08:30 - 12:00
Lunzers Maß-Greißlerei
Alle Lebensmittel stammen aus biologischem Anbau
Statt im Bio-Großmarkt kaufen wir lieber bei regionalen Landwirten und kleinen Produzenten ein, die hervorragende Lebensmittel herstellen und mit denen wir in persönlichem Kontakt stehen.
Bio, aber nicht von ungefähr
Alle Lebensmitttel werden unverpackt und nach deinem Maß angeboten. So vermeiden wir unnötigen Verpackungsmüll.
Recycling ist nicht gleich Mehrweg
Entweder bringst du deine eigenen Behälter mit und lässt sie vor dem Befüllen an der Kassa abwiegen oder du kaufst unsere Lunzers Gläser oder du bedienst dich bei unseren Papiersackerl
Heinestraße 35, 1020 Wien
Tel: 01 2121387
Mo-Fr 9-19 Uhr
Sa 9-17 Uhr
Die Gruppenpraxis bietet eine große Vielfalt an Laboruntersuchungen an. Blut-, Harn- und Stuhlproben werden biochemisch analysiert. Bakterienkulturen und Genanalysen werden ebenfalls in unseren Laboratorien durchgeführt.
Von Blutproben über Abstriche bis hin zur molekularbiologischen Untersuchung. Das komplette Spektrum aller Laborleistungen finden Sie im Analysenverzeichnis.
Praterstraße 22, 1020 Wien
Telefon:(01) 260 53-1020

BIO A + 0.E.
Professionelle Haarpflege
Absolut biologisch.
Im Unterschied zu vielen Pflegeserien, die heute in Salons oder Fachgeschäften angeboten werden, bestehen die Produkte von BIO A+O.E. zu 100 Prozent aus den Inhaltsstoffen biologisch angebauter Pflanzen.
O.E. steht für ORGANIC ESSENCE OIL (Biologische Ölessenz), diese wird gemeinsam mit dem biologischen Wasser aus den Heilpflanzen extrahiert. Die Mission von BIO A+O.E ist es, zu zeigen, dass auch mit rein pflanzlichen Alternativen umwerfende Schönheit und faszinierender Glamour erreicht werden kann.
Auto-, Motor- und Radfahrerbund Österreichs
Unsere ARBÖ-Prüfzentren sind einen Besuch wert. Egal ob Sie zur Pickerl-Überprüfung müssen, einen Gebrauchtwagen vor dem Kauf bewerten lassen möchten oder Sie Ihr Auto vor einer langen Reise durchchecken möchten - bei uns ist Ihr Fahrzeug in den besten Händen! Unsere ARBÖ-Techniker haben ein offenes Ohr für Ihre Anliegen und beraten Sie kompetent, professionell und unabhängig.
Die §57a-Begutachtung wird in allen ARBÖ-Prüfzentren österreichweit durchgeführt
und bietet attraktive Preisvorteile für ARBÖ-Mitglieder!
ARBÖ Prüfzentrum
Wehlistraße 362, 1020 Wien
Telefon: 050 123 2901
Technischer Dienst:
Mo-Fr: 7.30-18.00
Sa: 7.30-12.00, 13.00-18.00
Tony´s Laufshop
Der orthopädisch richtige Laufschuh gleicht eventuelle Fehlstellungen Ihres Fußes aus und dämpft sie bestmöglich.
Wie stellen wir fest welcher Schuh zu Ihnen passt
Zunächst wird Ihr Fuß auf seine orthopädischen Eigenschaften untersucht. Wir stellen fest ob Sie eine Fehlstellung haben, ob Sie schmale oder breite Füße haben, ob Ihr Fuß gebogen oder gerade ist, ob der Rist hoch oder niedrig ist usw. Dann fragen wir Sie nach der längsten Laufdistanz oder Laufzeit, denn danach richtet sich die Schuhlänge und wir erfragen den Untergrund.
Praterstraße 21, 1020 Wien
Tel: 01/216 62 88
MO: geschlossen
DI - FR: 10:00 - 18:00
SA: 10:00 - 16:00
Die Nähinsel
"Das Nähcafe" - die Mitschneiderei im Stuwerviertel
In der Nähinsel sind AnfängerInnen, passionierte Hobby-SchneiderInnen und Profis herzlich willkommen.
10 Nähplätze
inkl. Over- und Coverlock,
ergonomischer Zuschneidetisch
ein Getränk gratis
Es gibt hier auch die Möglichkeit der Passformkontrolle durch Anprobe des eigenen Kleidungsstückes.
Das Konzept der Nähinsel nennt man Nähcafé. Es werden Maschinen vermietet um sie vor Ort zu benutzen. Dieses Konzept ermöglicht einem somit einen sehr individuellen "Nähkurs"
Die Nähinsel ist auch eine Serviceannahmestelle für Nähmaschinen sämtlicher Marken. brother, husqvarna, pfaff, elna, singer, bernina, toyota, janome, vigorelli, usw... Repariert werden die Maschinen von Michi´s Eck
Lassallestrasse 20, 1020 Wien
Tel: 0699 10 74 26 22
Mo, Di, Mi: 9:00 bis 13:00 Uhr
MI, Do: 14:00 bis 18:00 Uhr

Mit der Pratercard wird die Tradition der bargeldlosen Bezahlung bei den Praterattraktionen zeitgerecht weiter geführt, die vor Jahren mit dem „Calafati Schilling“ ihren Anfang nahm.
Die Pratercard eignet sich hervorragend als Geschenk zu jedem Anlass, oder für Ihren nächsten Firmen-Betriebsausflug
in den Wiener Prater.
Historischer Originalschauplatz
2000 Jahre Wiener Geschichte lebendig gemacht
ein Rundgang durch 1.300m2 Erlebnisfläche - humorvoll begleitet durch Tourguides - mit 5D Kino, Animatronic Shows, Musik und Spezialeffekten
Time Travel Vienna richtet sich an Menschen jedes Alters, an Einheimische und Touristen, an alle, die etwas über die Geschichte Wiens erfahren wollen. Die Shows dauern 50 Minuten, sind kompakt und spannend aufbereitet, humorvoll begleitet von Tourguides.
Habsburgergasse 10A, 1010 Wien
Telefon: +43 (0)1 5321514
Citybike Wien
Das Citybike Wien ist ein großflächig angelegtes Fahrradverleihsystem in Wien, das vom Werbeunternehmen Gewista betrieben wird. Citybike ist eine Ergänzung zu öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln und ist nicht für die Nutzung über einen längeren Zeitraum gedacht.
Die Benutzung des Rades ist für die erste Stunde gratis. Die zweite Stunde kostet 1 Euro, die dritte 2 Euro, ab der vierten Stunde kostet es vier Euro.
Möchten Sie Ihre Bankomat-/Kreditkarte nicht nutzen, oder mehrere Karten erhalten, mit denen Sie Citybike Wien nutzen können, sind Sie bei der Citybike Card richtig, Voraussetzung dafür ist lediglich ein österreichisches Bankkonto. Sie können sich online für eine Citybike Card anmelden.
Personenhafen Wien
Das von der Tochtergesellschaft Wiener Donauraum Länden & Ufer Betriebs- & Entwicklungsgesellschaft betriebene Schifffahrtszentrum bei der Reichsbrücke am Handelskai im 2. Bezirk ist das Zentrum für die Personenschifffahrt in Wien. Hier haben Reedereien, Agenturen und Buchungsstellen ihre Büros.
Die DDSG Blue Danube konzentriert sich seit der Firmengründung im Jahr 1996 auf die Kernzonen Wien und Wachau.
von der Tochtergesellschaft Wiener Donauraum Länden & Ufer
Betriebs- & Entwicklungsgesellschaft betriebene
Schifffahrtszentrum bei der Reichsbrücke am Handelskai im 2.
Bezirk ist das Zentrum für die Personenschifffahrt in Wien.
Handelskai 265, 1020 Wien
Weg der Erinnerung
Der „Weg der Erinnerung durch die Leopoldstadt“ führt zu vielen für das frühere jüdische Leben in der Leopoldstadt bedeutsamen Orten und macht die Geschichte der Vertreibung und Ermordung der jüdischen Bevölkerung sichtbar.
Der Erinnerungsweg ist ausschließlich im „öffentlichen Raum“ angelegt.
Er kann mit Hilfe des Folders und der Begleitpublikation auch ohne Begleitung begangen werden. Seit 2015 führt auch ein GPS-gesteuerter Multimedia-Guide zu den Steinen der Erinnerung. In Bild, Schrift und Ton erfährt man übers Smartphone oder Tablet die Geschichte der Personen, derer gedacht wird.

Online Apotheke
Barmherzigen Brüder
Qualität bei Arzneimitteln
seit 250 Jahren
Ab sofort können Arzneimittel, Medizinprodukte, Nahrungsergänzungsmittel, Kosmetika sowie alternativmedizinische Produkte über den Online-Apotheken-Shop der Apotheke Linz bestellt werden.
Mit der bequemen Suchfunktion auf der Internetseite können Sie rasch interessante Produkte oder Themen finden. Zusätzlich bieten wir Ihnen die Möglichkeit, sich telefonisch per
Hotline 0732 774 190
ausführlich, kostenlos und kompetent beraten zu lassen.
Die Online Apotheke der Barmherzigen Brüder bietet Ihnen eine große Auswahl an Arzneimitteln, Medizinprodukten, Nahrungsergänzungsmitten, alternativmedizinischen Produkten sowie Kosmetika, die Sie schnell, komfortabel und günstig 24 Stunden täglich zu sich nach Hause bestellen können.
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VISUAL ACT e.U - Werbeagentur - Videoproduktion - Werbespot - Imagefilm
Von schnellen, einfachen und extrem kostengünstigen Videos wie das Format QUICKVIDEO bis zu mittleren und komplexen Drehs mit Cine Cams und Filmteam für Werbespots, Doku und DVD Produktion – you name it.
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Wir produzieren laufend kleine „Shorts“ – in Full HD bis 4K und zahlreiche Filme mit kleinem Budget bis zu aufwändigeren Sets – maßgeschneidert für jede Produktionsgröße.
VISUAL ACT e.U - Werbeagentur - Videoproduktion - Werbespot - Imagefilm
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