Top 10 things to do in Burgenland
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Lake Neusiedl in Burgenland offers an infinite view of the region
Burgenland is a region in Austria.
Burgenland is unlike anywhere else in Austria. Whereas Austria is known for rugged Alps, pirouette-inducing meadows or the excitement of Vienna, Burgenland sits on the edge of Central Europe’s ...
Region in Austria
Typical length of visit: 4 hours
Top 10 things to do in Burgenland
Known for its wine production & Lake Neusiedl
Chef Max Stiegl enjoys a cult following at Gut Purbach for his authentic cuisine...
Erich Stekovics - more than 3,200 varieties of tomato thrive in his fields near the Neusiedlersee.
Escape to the beach on this easy self-guided cycle tour around Lake Neusiedl
A place where the sun shines 360 days a year and the horizon stretches into the distance for what seems like an eternity
There is no avoiding the subject of wine when travelling through the province of Burgenland.
A piano virtuoso, playboy and abbé, citizen of the world, and self-proclaimed “gypsy musician”
Schloss Esterházy is a palace in Eisenstadt, Austria, the capital of the Burgenland state. It was constructed in the late 13th century, and came under ownership of the Hungarian Esterházy ...
Bergkirchen is a municipality in the district of Dachau in Bavaria in Germany. ...
Experience thousands of cherry blossoms blooming all throughout Burgendland
Güssing is a town in Burgenland, Austria. It is located at , with a population of 3,811 , and is the administrative center of the Güssing district.OverviewThe ...
Indigo printing revolutionized the 17th century textile industry is only practiced by two companies in Burgenland today
Lined with stately Baroque and Renaissance façades with beautiful portals and heraldic stucco decorations
Lockenhaus is a town in the district of Oberpullendorf in the Austrian state of Burgenland. The town is well known for the annual Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival founded by violinist ...
Experience the farm life from past centuries in Moschendorf in south Burgenland.
Unusual yet typical setting on the sunny side of Austria
Dine in one of the best local estaurants on the east side of Lake Neusiedl, “zur Dankbarkeit” in Podersdorf.
Magnificent white storks nesting on special nests built above the chimneys
Learn about growing, refining, preparing, and – above all – enjoying coffee.
Participate in a bird-watching tour by foot, canoe, or solar boat and then rejuvenate in the Presshaus restaurant
Bizarre rock formations on Europe’s largest natural stage form the impressive backdrop for opulent opera productions
Discover an excellent wine and restaurant scene hidden in historic beauty
To visit the winery is not only a feast for the palate - the architecture of this winery to the use of glass "corks"
Discover an inexhaustable supply of wines from central Burgenland - and off course taste it...
An exciting fusion of a renaissance building with harmoniously integrated modern architectural modules
Explore the mystery and romance of the vineyards of Gols on the east side of Lake Neusiedl.
You may be lucky to get a tour by the artist himself and catch a glimpse of his “egg-citing” private collection
A regional wine bar and shop and state-of-the-art winery
A harvest festival where doors are flung open to welcome guests to taste the young wines and culinary
If you love wine, you love the Burgenland and Blaufränkisch.
Burg Güssing is a castle in southern Burgenland, Austria. On June 30, 1524, the castle was acquired by the Batthyány family, who retain ownership to this day through a historical ...
Austria’s youngest state which joined the republic after the monarchy’s collapse following WWI
Seebad Utoquai is a public bath in the Swiss municipality of Zürich, being part of the historical Seeuferanlage promenades that were built between 1881 and 1887.GeographyThe bath ...