The Lainzer Tiergarten is a wildlife preserve in the south-west corner of Vienna. It was used as a hunting area by the Habsburg nobility and has been open to the public since 1919. If you go jogging there it might happen that a wild hog or some deers cross your way but usually they are not aggressive and do not fear humans.
About the Author: Helmut
Helmut Steiner is a professional photographer, software engineer and food addict living and working in Vienna, Austria. He loves to shoot with natural light but also experiments a lot in his studio in Lower Austria. He is known for his panoramic prints of nature and mountain scenes which are taken while exploring and travelling our beautiful planet.