If you have already visited all the sights of Sopron and its area, it is worth choosing the neighbouring Austria as our next destination. Beautiful natural environment, unparalleled cultural values await the travellers.


We start our roaming with the two most famous castles in the bustling imperial city with a thousand faces. Within the walls of the Belvedere, some works by Kokoschka, Klimt and Schiele found a home. Schönbrunn is beautiful in all seasons. The dazzling castle and park, its world-famous zoo, and its Advent fair in winter offer an unforgettable experience. The Hofburg in Vienna is one of the largest palace complexes in the world. Today it is home to many exhibitions, museums and attractions. In particular the Natural History Museum’s magnificent exhibitions, the Albertina, the Sissi Museum or the Spanish Riding School. After a visit to the city, don’t miss out on a good strong Viennese coffee and a delicious Sacher cake!


We offer our dear guests some fantastically beautiful castles with rich exhibitions. Such is the Esterházy Palace in Eisenstadt, one of the most famous sights of Burgenland, the Forchtenstein Castle and last but not least the Lackenbach Castle.


It’s not just the kids ’eyes that sparkle when we recommend the famous Burgenland castles to our guests looking for adventure. Who hasn't heard of Fraknó, Lánzsér, Güssing or Léka Castle!

Lake Fertő and its shore

Much of Central Europe’s third largest stagnant water belongs to Austria. The Lake Neusiedl landscape and the lake itself are part of the World Heritage. On the Austrian side is the Neusiedler See-Seewinkel National Park. We should have some stops around the lake that is surrounded by beautiful, sloping vineyards and charming settlements. It is worth visiting St. Margarethen’s Roman-times quarry and the place of the Opera Festival, or Rust. Have a walk in Burgenland’s jewelry box, in the old town or the port. Don’t miss the windmill and lighthouse in Podersdorf, and for swimming we recommend Breitenbrunn, Podersdorf, Neusiedl am See and Rust.

Mörbisch, Water Stage

A real curiosity is the Mörbisch Water Stage, which is one of the largest outdoor stages in Europe. In summer, this wonderful natural environment hosts theatrical performances and musical programs.