Floridsdorf is the 21st district of Vienna, located in the northern part of the city, on the eastern bank of the Danube River.
It consists of seven formerly independent communities: Floridsdorf, Donaufeld, Greater Jedlersdorf, Jedlesee, Leopoldau, Stammersdorf, and Strebersdorf. Initially, these were small rural settlements, which were then united in one district and became part of the Austrian capital. Today Floridsdorf is known as the wine region of Vienna.
The area offers a wide selection of relatively cheap real estate, the owners of which can easily combine the features of urban and suburban life, due to the proximity to the center and the green suburb of Niedersterreich.
There are both modern apartment complexes and traditional houses of the early 19th century.
This area of the city is best known not for its attractions, but for its beautiful landscapes and proximity to nature, the apartments here are valued precisely for the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery and walk in nature, barely leaving home. At the same time, the district has excellent transport accessibility - you can get to the center of Vienna in several minutes.