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Lower Austria is popular for its wine culture, which dates back to 2,000 years and the power of viticulture continues to this day. Visit traditional vintages, festivals, thousands of wine streets or go hiking in the floodplain forests or discover the historic railway. We have selected for you 6 one-day tips for attractive autumn experiences in a magical Lower Austrian region.
We will continue with tips for summer holidays in Lower Austria today. You will discover a beautiful lake, cool off in a cave, see architecturally unique Kamptal villas, spend a night at the chateau, where Sissi and František Jozef spent their honeymoons, and finally get to know the bastion of summer refreshment.
Holidays are in full swing and where else to go with children than in beautiful nature or for playful learning about history and fun experiences. In Lower Austria, young and old alike will find something to their liking. Experience a holiday at the farmyard, a walk with llamas, hiking trips or watch a match of gladiators.
Blockheide Nature Park is located near the border of Bohemia, so if you are spending your holiday in South Bohemia and looking for an interesting tip for a trip, do not miss this engaging nature reserve.
If you are looking for tips, inspiration and information about cycling trips to your Lower Austrian neighbors, we will introduce you to a few today. Together we will discover interesting cycle paths around the majestic Danube, for the more sporty we will offer trips to the mountains and in the end we will talk about the renewed cycle map.
The Lower Austrian region is also nicknamed a paradise for cycling lovers. In the historic heart, it combines a densely intertwined network of bike paths with a charming cultural heritage and extraordinary nature. The diverse country offers up to 4,000 km of marked cycle paths and a number of services tailored to the needs of cyclists. You can find out which cycling routes to take and what new to try this year in the following lines.
Nature was very generous to Carinthia, the sunny south of Austria. There is a sea of clean and warm lakes in the middle of the Alps. There are also mountains ranging from the majestic 3,000-meter peaks and the rounded hills of the Nockberge Mountains. The cultural diversity of the Alpine-Adriatic region and the inhabitants who welcome you with open arms are also characteristic.
This year you are definitely wondering where it would be possible to travel and where to spend a pleasant holiday, preferably by the sea. I have a little inspiration for you. For me, the choice was quite clear, Slovenia won.
During autumn events in Lower Austria, you can enjoy wine almost everywhere at wine events - right in the vineyards, wine alleys, cellars, restaurants, but also on the street. The locals call the Lower Austrian wine autumn and the fifth season. From August to November, wine is the focus of local life.
Today we have an eleven-kilometer trip along the ridges of the Algava Alps, which you can diversify with the local ferrata of C / D difficulty. So let's get to it.
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