Top 10 things to do in Lower Austria
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Austria's northeastern province surrounds Vienna
Lower Austria is a region in Austria.
See the Klosterneuburg Abbey and explore the surroundings of Vienna. Lower Austria also borders the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It's history is similar to that of the rest of Austria with a charming landscape dotted with castles.
Region in Austria
Typical length of visit: 1 day
Top 10 things to do in Lower Austria
One of the most beautiful baroque buildings in the world
A Baroque Winery with an iconic Past and a visionary future...
Domäne Wachau is located in one of the world’s most stunning vineyard landscapes
The LOISIUM world of wine is a new addition visionary addition to Austria's wine country.
Tribute to a versatile and busy painter housed in a former bath that is a gem of 19th-century architecture
Join the monthly Art Breakfast at the nearly 900-year-old Klosterneuburg Monastery or the contemporary Kunstmuseum Essl
Offers an impressive and unconventional introduction to “Art Brut”
Breezing along the marvelous “Rieden Tour Süd” bike trail for a serene experience of Austria's wine hotspots
A popular excursion destination for lovers of cultural history, wine and delicious gourmet food from the nearby cities
Lower Austrian wine is prized as cultural heritage and elevated to cult status by committed wine-growers
Pamper yourself with Austrian hospitality amidst the striking views of a vineyard
The premier festival for performance and acoustic art, experimentation, pop, and subculture (April)
Weritas, a cool green shimmering glass structure is perched on the edge of the loess precipice called the Wagram...
Austria's most important post-war collection
The ingredients for the Salomon family’s award-winning restaurant are sourced from the estate’s bio-dynamic farm.
Artists from all over the world come to Krems to explore their own musical roots in an innovative, off-beat manner
A rare celebration of star-studded music performances in a castle
The main streets of the sleepy village comes to life as the local vintners open the doors to over 30 heuriger...
In the gardens of the Kamptal 19 unique oases of green can be visited in Lower Austria.
Abundant cultural experiences - from its historic town centre and museums to concert venues and gourmet restaurants
Taste why this restaurant has enjoyed cult status for its outstanding regional cuisine for decades
Music and literature festival set among the vineyards
Discover architectural highlights throughout Lower Austria - even in remote places and along the Danube river.
A choice of 800 delicious events such as luxurious seven course menus in elegant gourmet restaurants
Mohndorf - a small village in the Waldviertel has devoted itself totally to the poppy.
An eccentric, wacky village and a museum for inventions no one needs.
The Open Air museums consists of an entire village and is located in Lower Austria's Weinviertel.
Visit the Nikolaihof, a 12th century monastery turned Europe's first biodynamic wine estate
Visit Retz and discover the colorful history of a city whose wealth and culture is built around the wine trade.
Three days of Austrian folk music, sometimes conventional and occasionally eccentric.
Sankt Pölten , often abbreviated to St. Pölten, is the capital city of the State of Lower Austria in northeast Austria. With 52,747 inhabitants as of 1 January 2015, it ...
Göttweig Abbey is a Benedictine monastery near Krems in Lower Austria.HistoryGöttweig Abbey was founded as a monastery of canons regular by Blessed Altmann, Bishop of Passau. The ...
Just past the city of Krems, you’ll encounter idyllic, terraced vineyards of the Wachau valley
Invites you to discover the fascination of wine with its 8-station trail to experience wine and gain valuable insights
The most peppery white wine in Austria is grown in the Weinviertel region.
A festival transcending all borders between styles and genres set around the crystal-clear waters of Lake Lunz (July)
It is only a scenic hour’s drive north of Vienna