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A walk through the dynamic history of the district to the pioneering climate protection projects of Vienna’s 15th district.

Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus is the sub-district in Vienna with the fewest green spaces but is nevertheless a pioneering district in terms of climate protection and climate adaptation. On the tour across the district, we get to know some of the innovative climate protection measures: Whether it’s a zero-energy balance hotel, a bicycle or sponge road – Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus is full of green surprises. As a place of movement and encounter, on this tour we also take a look at a memorial site, the developments around the IKEA – the first IKEA in a dense district – and the possible future scenarios on the Westbahn grounds as an urban development area.
This is a tour of Austria Guides For Future.


Selin Altan Huber

Selin Altan Huber / Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus

During my tour, I will show my guests the sustainable projects in “my neighborhood”.
Having lived there myself since 2008, guests will hear first-hand about developments over the last 15 years. Vienna has a lot to offer, even off the popular tourist paths. I think my tour offers guests to gain a deeper understanding of the community that lives here and to create a connection to Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. The projects that have already been created there can also be implemented as inspiration for their own neighborhood.