Set on a large island between the Danube Canal and the Danube river, the Leopoldstadt area is Vienna’s second district. It offers an attractive mix of modern eateries, coffee shops, museums and galleries as well as concept stores. It takes its name from Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor in the 17th century and contains some of Vienna’s finest baroque parks. In the last decade it has quickly developed to become one of the city’s must-visit districts. Explore the top sights here with our guide to this intriguingly diverse area.