Camp for €20,- a night at Donaupark Camping Klosterneuburg in low season with CampingCard ACSI. Donaupark Camping Klosterneuburg, located in Klosterneuburg (Lower Austria), is a campsite with 193 touring pitches. With your CampingCard ACSI you can camp on one of the pitches during the following periods: 18-03-2019 - 30-06-2019 and 01-09-2019 - 03-11-2019. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
The campsite is within walking distance of Klosterneuburg with its famous monastery. The station for bus and train services to Vienna is close by. The site is next to the Donauradweg cycle route. Vienna centre is 14 km by bike.
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Blisko Wiednia, dobry dojazd do miasta, infrastruktura w porzadku, bez rewelacji. Wysokie drzewa, podczas wichury niebezpiecznie bylo.
We reached Donaupark Camping in Klosterneuburg via a 4 car ferry across the Danube, and found it was a large site with gravel/grass pitches, and a separate area for tents. The pitches were of varying sizes, some quite small, but we were lucky in managing to find a vacant pitch of a reasonable size. Although we arrived quite late at around 16:00, there were still plenty of places available.
There were plenty of trees, but unfortunately, there were plenty of mosquitos too - probably more than at any other campsite we have been to. Eventually we had to retreat to our van and the tents in order to escape the onslaught.
The sanitary facilities were in two separate blocks, one a dedicated building with showers and WCs, and the other within the main reception building. There were only two or three showers in each block, one of which wasn't working, and I had to queue in the morning. Although there weren't enough of them, the showers were quite good.
Also in the main building, there was a laundry room with 3 or 4 washing machines and 2 tumble driers (one of which wasn't working). the cost of a token for the washing machine and one for the drier came to €7,50.
A tiny shop in the site cafe sold bread, cold drinks and some preserves in small packets, but there was also a Spar supermarket within easy walking distance in the town. Even closer, were the bus stops and railway station, which provided relatively easy access to Vienna. Travel details were provided by reception, but in summary, you catch a 239 bus to Heilingenstadt and purchase a ticket for €2,20 from the driver (children under 15 years old travel free on Sundays, public holidays and school holidays). From Heilingenstadt you purchase another ticket for €2,20 (children again free on the days previously mentioned) from a machine at the metro station and hop on a U4 underground train to Karlsplatz, after validating the tickets at a stamping machine at the entrance to the platform. The entire journey took around 40 minutes.
Klosterneuburg is a pleasant little town to walk around, especially the area around the Monastery.
Ottimo campeggio , bagni puliti , zona silenziosa , anche se si trova abbastanza vicino al centro molto verde e con parchi acquatici nelle vicinanze , perfetta zona per raggiungere il centro di Vienna in bicicletta , campeggio molto affollato è meglio prenotare . Comunque consigliato
Small and quiet. Excellent base for visiting Vienna (14 km) can be easily reached by car or train. Small market with fresh bread and milk. Near the beautiful monastery of Klosterneuburg. Recommended!
This is a city site and was very busy even in May. Pitches are small and closely-packed. It is well placed for visiting Vienna: train station and buses only a few minutes' walk away. You must buy a ticket into Vienna and a separate ticket for use within the city. Trains and buses are very frequent and continue until late at night. The downside is that the railway can be clearly heard from the site, though the freight trains seemed to stop overnight and the noise didn't bother us overmuch. The staff at reception are very helpful and supply an information sheet on arrival, including details of transport tickets, etc. Despite it being busy, the high-quality toilets and showers were kept remarkably clean. Washing machines and tumble dryers were reasonably priced. Access is easy. Apart from Vienna itself, the nearby monastery in Klosternauburg is well-worth a visit. There's a small Spar supermarket just a short walk away. In total, a surprisingly good city campsite which was kept extremely clean and where the reception staff are very helpful. Ideal for visiting the city, but not a good place to spread out and enjoy a leisurely, van-side evening meal, unless you enjoy sharing it with the inhabitants of the next van!
Superb location - ideal for visiting Vienna. Local transport links right outside the campsite. Good facilities, wi-fi a bit expensive. Right next to monastery and pretty small town. Easy access to Donau cycle route.
This being a city site I was a bit wary about staying. I needn\'t have worried. We had an excellent stay.
We approached from the direction of Melk using the sat nav and didn\'t have any problems.
The site is urban in a large suburb of Vienna. Although it is near the railway and major roads we were not disturbed by any noise. Which was a surprise.
Check in was excellent with good English spoken and lots of info including public transport provided. They accept the CC card.
Fresh water taps were available at the end of every road. The only grey waste water point was at the motor home service point. Pitches were of a decent size. I found one big enough for my 7.5. caravan, car and awning.
Washing machines and dryers are available and reasonably priced.
The toilets in the main reception block look like they have been recently renovated and are heated. The other block a bit dated but both very clean and well maintained.
There is a small restaurant on site which was well used. There are other cafes a short walk away in the town. There are also a few small shops in the town. However search on google maps and you\'ll find a range of larger supermarkets about a mile away including Eurospar and Hofer.
In the second half of May the site was almost full every night.
The train station is a stone\'s throw from the site and the bus station is a five minute walk away. The town is not within the central travel zone. But you can buy a ticket which includes travel within the central zone from the train station or from the bus driver.
A weekly ticket from Klosterneuburg Kierling and including unlimited travel in the central zone costs €25.10. However it runs Monday to Monday. So if you buy it on Wednesday you only get 5 days not 7 but it still works out cheaper than buying return day tickets at €9.30. You get the bus or train to Heiigenstadt station and change onto the underground which is very efficient. It takes 30 mins from the campsite in to the very heart of Vienna. Trains run every 30 minutes and buses every 10 minutes. We bought tickets which were never inspected and didn\'t need validating.
We found more than enough to occupy us for 5 days.
Great site for visiting Vienna. Rail station 50 metres confront gate. Takes less than half hour to get there. Klosteneuburg has all shops etc within 100metres of site. Site very busy could not get in first night as full so went to Sister site at Tulin for one night. Beautiful abbey to visit.
Very busy city centre site but surprisingly peaceful at night. We arrived at 11.00am and got the last but one available free pitch. Perfect location for visiting central Vienna by public transport. We went in by train and returned by bus quite late at night. Klosterneuberg is a nice town with its own tourist attractions.
As mentioned above, is a typical overnight camping site and is clearly centred on people who are on the move during the day. Pitches dimensions are normal. Tight indeed, but enough for caravan+tent+car. Anyway, Moschitos don\'t let you stay outside!
The cycle route to Vienna is super! Public transportation I don\'t find it convenient because the cost is high, 9,20euros\\day\\pers.
Tourist tax \\day\\pers. Washing machine you have to pay (5kg).
The bathroom is not likeble, but ok. A lot of moschitos here also.
- Period of opening
- 18-03-2019 till 03-11-2019
- 2.3 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 193 (60 - 90m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
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Donaupark Camping Klosterneuburg
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3400 / Klosterneuburg
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When approaching from the west: A1, exit Sankt Christophen B19, via Tulln and B14 to Klosterneuburg. The campsite is signposted in Klosterneuburg.
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