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Information and official requirements at the Danube Tower
Please note that these regulations are provisions from the notice on the operating facility permit and therefore unfortunately no exceptions can be made. The regulations serve to protect all visitors, especially in case of fire or disaster.
Coronavirus Hygiene measures
The visit of the observation deck as well as the gastronomy is permitted in compliance with the framework conditions stipulated by the Austrian Federal Government as well as the City of Vienna. All necessary measures are taken for the safety of the guests as well as employees.
- For your visit to the Danube Tower, all persons over the age of 6 must present a valid Covid-19 proof of entry. (3G rule: vaccinated, tested or recovered). All proofs can be presented digitally or printed.
For tested individuals:
- PCR tests are valid for 48 hours for people over 12 years.
- Antigen tests (for example, test lane, pharmacy) are valid for 24 hours people over 12 years. From 1 October 2021, these will no longer be accepted, except for children under 12.
- For children under 12, PCR testing will continue to be 72 hours and antigen testing will be 48 hours.
- Antigen self-tests are no longer considered entry tests.
For vaccinated individuals, applies:
- For vaccines with 2 partial vaccinations:
- After the 2nd partial vaccination, you are exempt from testing for 270 days. Vaccination is not considered proof until immunization is complete.
- Vaccines with one vaccination
From the 22nd day after vaccination, you are exempt from mandatory testing for 270 days from the day of vaccination.
For recovered individuals:
- You are exempt from mandatory testing for 180 days from the date of recovery. The certificate of isolation or a medical certificate are valid.
- Proof of antibodies is valid for 90 days from the date of testing.
- For those who have already recovered and have been vaccinated once, the vaccination is valid for 270 days from the date of vaccination.
- You can read the Corona regulations of the City of Vienna here.
- There is no testing facility in the Danube Tower.
- We recommend that you purchase tickets online to avoid queues at the ticket booths.
- Guests are required to register for a stay that is expected to last longer than 15 minutes (first and last name, phone number, email address, date with time of entry).
Bringing dogs up the Danube Tower is not permitted by the authorities. Please leave your dog in suitable care on the ground. Taking guide dogs and assistance dogs is permitted.
Dogs are very welcome at the Donaubräu.
Strollers may not be transported in the express elevators, therefore they cannot be taken to the observation terrace, the tower café or the tower restaurant.
Our staff at the ticket office will be happy to show you a place where you can leave your stroller.
Taking a Maxi-Cosi with you is a good alternative.
Open fire and candles
For fire prevention reasons, open fires and candles are prohibited without exception on the entire Danube Tower.
Smoke-free at the Danube Tower
Smoking is officially prohibited throughout the tower.
In the high-speed elevators, only one person in a wheelchair per car may be transported to exit point 1 (observation deck). Each wheelchair user must be accompanied by a person who can transport the wheelchair user if necessary. A maximum of 3 wheelchair users may be present in the tower on the observation terrace at the same time.
The stairs to the catering areas and the stairs to the indoor terrace cannot be used with wheelchairs.
Therefore, it is unfortunately not possible to visit these areas with a wheelchair. If you are able to walk short distances, our staff at the cash desk will be happy to show you the parking area provided for wheelchairs in the entrance area.
The newly designed areas on the first floor - the Donaubräu, the Donaucafé and the store - can of course be used barrier-free.
Events on the indoor terrace
The indoor terrace must be accessible at all times and can therefore only be visually closed off, as it is part of the escape route and evacuation zone in case of fire or emergency (tower restaurant, tower café, central floor). The use of liquid gas and open flames (e.g. candlelight, spray candles, etc.) is strictly prohibited throughout the tower head. All furniture and
decorative items must comply with flammability class B1 in accordance with ÖNORM B 3800/1 and may only be used if they can be shown to comply with at least this flammability class.