Hotel Schneeberghof

Address: Wr. Neustadter Strasse 24, Puchberg am Schneeberg, Dürnstein, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, A-2734, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Wr. Neustadter Strasse 24, Puchberg am Schneeberg, Dürnstein.
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Travel Blogs from Dürnstein

Beautiful day even with the clouds

A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Oct 29, 2015

30 photos

... and their art exhibit was a link between the past and the present. Quite impressive. The monks organized the exhibition - they used the relics from the past and added elements from the present. It is the job of the monks to preserve and protect the treasures in the Abbey but they have also chosen to share these treasures and bring them into relevance and ...


A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Oct 21, 2015

2 comments, 57 photos

Following an after midnight departure from Vienna, we travelled through the night and awoke to a cruise through the Wachau Valley, rich in history and so very beautiful. So much so that it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. The valley features no bridges across the Danube (not permitted by UNESCO designation and only cable ferries will get one from side to side). In Durnsheim we saw the castle ruins where King Ric*************hearted was ...

Wachau, Melk and Durnstein

A travel blog entry by debcaruso on Sep 14, 2015

1 comment, 21 photos

Today we are up early and I am feeling strange. Don't ask why!! We are going on a city walking tour of Durnstein which is maybe the smallest town in Austria, but the most visited by tourists , very quaint with narrow, winding cobblestone streets and many interesting shops. We go to one of their wine stores Weingut, Bohmer for a tasting and we thoroughly enjoy all 3. First, we have Gruner Veltliner, , Frauengarten, a light apple nose ...

Melk - Durnstein, Austria

A travel blog entry by bcannell on Jul 27, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... stretching 200 metres! Once again we were in awe of the ceiling frescos, but the icing on the cake was the church itself. It's hard to imagine the splendour of these European churches unless you've been there. Photographs just don't do them justice. The ship then moved to Durnstein. Being a small town / village and a short walk ...

Melk Abbey & Durnstein

A travel blog entry by crabby on Jul 11, 2015

23 photos

... and hanged on a dead elderberry tree. After his killing, however, said tree revived and bloomed continuously for one year.

The Abbey is enormous, containing 1,000 windows. It functions today as a working Abbey, museum and middle/high school with 800 students. Back in the day, it also acted as a place for the royalty to stay as they were traveling. The church and state were very intricately wound ...