Hotel Schneeberghof

Wr. Neustadter Strasse 24, Puchberg am Schneeberg, Dürnstein, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, A-2734, Austria | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Dürnstein

Durnstein

A travel blog entry by jeanniek

12

Had a lovely stroll around the lovely village of Durnstein so much prettier than Vienna and just as I imagined it to be. It was so nice to sit up the front of the boat after our little stroll and watch the world go by And we saw some nudists on the banks of the river having a picnic plenty of bare behinds. We had a light lunch in ...

To Melk Abbey

A travel blog entry by petersheridan

8

... on his bike!! Into Melk & up steep cobblestone narrow streets to the Melk Abbey, there were hundreds of tourists up there from buses and river cruise boats. Went on a guided English speaking tour of the Abbey, it's huge with over 500 rooms, is a working school with 900 students (co-ed) and has 30 monks. PM - Had lunch there then spent several hours wandering around the beautiful gardens, ...

Cycling & a bicycle museum

A travel blog entry by petersheridan

9

47kms..... AM... Had a chilly 5km downhill ride first up, from our Gasthaus down to Grein. Cycled back upriver to a bridge and crossed over to the south bank, much quieter cycling here. Lots of others out cycling, both up & down the Danube, touring cyclists and road racers. First stop was in Ybbs and a visit to the bicycle museum. What an extraordinary collection of bikes, from the very first "bone shakers" made ...

Melk Abbey

A travel blog entry by vicki-kevin

15

... it badly. Its main importance to the church is the relic it has - a small, fingernail sized piece of wood which is supposed to have come from the cross of Christ. There is a school in the Abbey which takes about 800 secondary school pupils - both boys and girls. After our Abbey tour we returned to the ship for a BBQ while it sailed on to ...

Art and History

A travel blog entry by petersheridan

20

... sandwich and coffee! Must learn the German word for ham!! PM - Stopped at the village of Mitterkirchen to visit the recreation of a Celtic village, fascinating stuff! It seems the Celts originated around this area of Austria before being driven away by the Romans and they moved to England, Wales, Scotland etc, they lived here 2,700 years ago and their weaving, metalwork and jewellery were exquisite! They were responsible for the Scottish kilts and the ...

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This hotel is located on Wr. Neustadter Strasse 24, Puchberg am Schneeberg, Dürnstein.
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