An experience for the whole family!
The Marchfeldkanal cycle route takes you from Langenzersdorf along the charming Marchfeld canal and the Rußbach stream to Hof castle. Many info boards and adventure points wait for you in the five themed sections: Marchfeld canal, Napoleon, Asparagus & Co, Nature & Art and Marchfeld castles. Catering and accommodation establishments invite you to take a break, and you can buy regional products from the farmers. You can extend your cycle tour via the connecting paths to the Danube cycle path and the Kamp-Thaya-March cycle path. The Dampfross & Drahtesel cycle path, the "Fabelhafte Radwelten" cycle path and the Iron Curtain Trail provide further combinations, and the Liberty Bridge takes you to Slovakia across the March.
The Donau-Auen National Park at the edge of the Marchfeld region used to be a favourite hunting ground of the aristocracy – today it is one of the last intact flood plains in Austria and the largest continuous wetland landscape in Central Europe. An info board provides information about the national park and its offers, and another board presents the Marchfeld castles. At the end of the cycle path you can take a very special souvenir photo through a baroque frame with Niederweiden castle as the background and “paint” your personal baroque painting. At the end of your tour through the Marchfeld region you reach one of the highlights of the tour: the impressive baroque work of art that is Hof castle.
HIGHLIGHT: Baroque frame
Rest areas: Engelhartstetten, Schloss Hof
Arrival and departure by public transport: S80: Bahnhöfe Breitensee, Marchegg, Bratislava, S7: Bahnhof Hainburg/Donau, Bahnhof Bad Deutsch-Altenburg
2294 Schlosshof, Schloss Hof 1,
Tel +43(0)2285/20 000
Tel +43(0)2214/22 92 | www.groissenbrunn.at
2292 Engelhartstetten, Markthof
Infos und Anmeldung zum Zelten: Nationalpark Donau-Auen: Tel +43(0)2212/3555
FAHRRADBRÜCKE DER FREIHEIT
2292 Loimersdorf, In der Hute 2
STATUE DES HL. JOHANNES NEPOMUK