vineyards

Random entry RSS

  • Vacation in Volcano Land, Styria, Austria

    Posted in:

    Vacation in Volcano Land

    Despite its fiery name the Styrian Volcano Land (Steirisches Vulkanland) doesn’t consist of lava spewing volcanos or blackened scorched earth. Rather contrary, the region mostly consists of a lush green landscape of rolling hills. The hillcrests are usually covered by forest and the valleys are dominated by farmland, vineyards and dotted with villages. Slow down […]

    Read more

  • Wachau, Lower Austria

    Posted in:

    Wine, culinary delights and nature in Wachau

    The Wachau takes up a 33 kilometre (20 mile) stretch of the Danube between Melk and Krems in Upper Austria. The unique blend of picturesque villages, river landscape, history, culture and regional delicatessen are main attractions. The mild climate, geology and good soil makes Wachau into one of the prime wine districts of Austria. The […]

    Read more

  • wine holidays in Austria

    Posted in:

    Wine holidays in Austria

    Wine tasting is of course the most important in any wine holiday. Nevertheless, to complete the wine experience you also need to get out of the wine cellar. Austria’s wine regions are perfect for enjoying nature and local culture. Moreover, the distances are small, the sights plentiful, and the activities diverse. Best in wine tourism […]

    Read more

  • Riegersburg castle, Styria, Austria

    Posted in:

    Riegersburg Castle

    From whatever direction you arrive, the Riegersburg Castle firmly stands out sitting on top of a volcanic peak 480 metres above sea-level. Don’t worry the volcano has been extinct a couple of million years. If you love castles and the Middle Age this one is a must visit. Location, location, location The knights of the […]

    Read more

  • Panorama view of Vienna - Private guided tours

    Posted in:

    Private guided tours

    Experience the many stories of Vienna, Hallstatt, Wachau and the other destination a safe and comfortable setting with your own personal guide. Not only is this a more interactive and immersive way to learn about your place of choice, but also allows for a more flexible approach to sightseeing where subjects and locations can be […]

    Read more