It’s not only in the nearby city of Vienna that you will find ways to spend your free time. The surrounding area also offers nature and culture lovers plenty of options.
The extensive hiking and biking trails that run through the Wienerwald Biosphere Park border directly on our hotel property. E-bikes, mountain bikes and Nordic walking sticks are all available for hire if the desire to explore kicks in. We even offer picnic baskets. Other attractions in the area include: the singing monks at the Cisterian Abbey Stift Heiligenkreuz, the Hinterbrühl Grotto, the Mayerling Lodge, the Gumpoldkirchen wine region and many other cultural destinations.
A mere 8 kilometres away you will find the wonderful city of Baden, with its historical inner city. Here you will see the Kaiser Franz Joseph Museum, the Beethoven house, the charming Kur park, the rosarium, the Rollett museum, the Arnulf Rainer museum and many more. You can also try your luck at the Congress Casino.
In no more than 30 minutes, you can find your way to Vienna, made cheap and comfortable by the Badner Bahn train system. There are a lot of sights to see in Vienna, including Schönbrunn Palace, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Prater amusement park, complete with ferris wheel, among others. Viennese coffee culture is also on full display throughout the city. The time leading up to Christmas is a particularly enchanting time to be in Vienna, made all the more special by an abundance of Christmas markets.
Being located in the Helenental Valley, a sojourn into the Wachau valley is also a possibility - complete with a boat trip along the Danube from Krems to Melk, seeing the apricot harvests in Summer or visiting one of the many castles, palaces or cathedrals in the region. There is plenty on offer. In the Voralpen region you can visit the charming town of Reichenau an der Rax, or take the funicular up to the Schneeberg mountain. Every year Mörbisch attracts tourists with the Seefestspiele, a 45 day music and performing arts festival, while St. Margarethen draws in the crowds with its opera festival, and Sooss pulls in the visitors with its fabulous wine.