TOP Excursion Destinations

The biggest and best known excursion destinations in Lower Austria have joined together as “TOP Excursion Destinations.” Their goal is to offer guests special quality.

Discover new things, uncover hidden treasures or simply enjoy a few free hours. The TOP excursion destinations in the Wachau and vicinity give you an opportunity to experience unforgettable moments.

Stift Melk mit Kornfeld

Melk Abbey

Eventful history and vibrant present: Since its foundation in 1089, the baroque Abbey Melk has been inhabited and managed by Benedictine monks. Today it is known worldwide as a...


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Schloss Artstetten

Artstetten Castle

The enchanting Artstetten Castle is situated high above the Danube in a charming park and is flanked by seven characteristic towers. This is a place of commemoration for Crown...


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Stift Goettweig mit Weingärten

Göttweig Abbey

Göttweig Abbey is a baroque Benedictine monastery and often referred to as Austria's Monte Cassino because of its fantastic location.
Austria's Monte Cassino watches over the...


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Burgruine Aggstein

Burgruine Aggstein

The castle ruins are situated at about 300 meters (ca. 985 feet ) altitude above the right bank of the Danube on an outcropping that runs in an East-West direction. It is some 150...


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Karikaturmuseum Krems

Caricature Museum Krems

Caricature Museum Krems is Austria's only museum devoted solely to caricature, pictorial satire, comics and cartoons. It is a mere five-minute walk from the Krems-Stein landing...


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Innenansicht Kunsthalle Krems

Kunsthalle Krems

Housed in the historical tobacco factory on Franz-Zeller-Platz, Kunsthalle Krems is the international exhibition venue in Lower Austria for modern and contemporary art. With its...


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Weingalerie bei Winzer Krems

Sandgrube 13 Wein.Sinn

Journey into the fascination of wine: The SANDGRUBE 13 wein.sinn experience walks with its guests in the footsteps of grapes - through 8 exciting stations. The guided tour offers...


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