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  29.10.2020   Vacation offers   Holiday


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Enjoy nature in the Burgenland

 

The Burgenland is one of the nine Austrian provinces – as Upper Austria, Lower Austria, Salzburg, Vienna, Styria, Carinthia, Vorarlberg and Tyrol. The Burgenland has incredible natural scenery. Here you can still “touch, smell and live” nature – enjoy nature with all your senses.
   
The clean air, the clear water of the Neusiedlersee lake, the great variety of plants and animals and the unspoilt nature make the Burgenland a top holiday destination for the whole family. Outdoor activities, freedom and relaxation help you leave behind your cares and troubles.
   
   
The Burgenland has a great range of highlights and attractions on offer. There are four nature reserves and the Neusiedlersee-Seewinkel National park as well as the Leithagebirge area, a mountainous area on the west bank of the steppen-lake Neusiedlersee. This resort is a real paradise for nature lovers. Take a guided hiking trip and discover the wonders of this natural landscape – the many different kinds of birds, rare plants and stunning surroundings.


Information about the National park Neusiedlersee-Seewinkel

   
   
Also worth a visit are the many “Themenwege” (theme paths) in Neuhaus which illustrate in a very real way the main features if the Raab-area. The “Themenweg Alte Grenze” path in Neuhaus am Klausenbach contains information about the 1000 years of history of the region and Tabor castle which will become a museum after restoration works are completed and will include an information point.
   
In Neuhaus farmers have created an “Apple-path”. On the “Life-path” in Mühlgraben guests learn about the ecology of rivers and lakes and can try to water-divining with a special wooden instrument. On the “Grain-path” in Minihof Liebau, you can take a trip back to the historic period when the cultivation of grain was begun. In St. Martin guests can observe hill tombs of the Roman period and the Norisch-Pannonic tombs in Rax/Jennersdorf take you back to the Roman period, too. In Maria Bild you can walk on the Pilgrim path, and in Mogersdorf the “Peace-path” leads up to the castle hill, where a cross was erected in remembrance of the battle against the Turks in 1664. With such a variety of activities you can be guaranteed that nobody will be bored.
   
 

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