Junges Hotel Melk

Address: Abt-Karl Strasse 42, Melk, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, A - 3390, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Abt-Karl Strasse 42, Melk, is near Melk Abbey and Wein & Wachau.
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Travel Blogs from Melk

Durnstein to Melk through the Wachau valley

A travel blog entry by gaosborne on Jun 10, 2015

4 comments, 14 photos

... s lots of cobbled stones there. Will keep fingers crossed. Thank goodness that you can rest. So Greg's gone ahead & will take photos but none will be posted as taken on digital camera. Told him to behave himself. Ha!! Looks like I missed out on a spectacular abbey but glad I rested my feet & iced packed my sore ankle after dinner again. Feeling better so fingers crossed for tomorrow. Have to be up early tomorrow 6am for 8am departure to Chesky Krumlov. Guten ...

Wachau - Melk to Krems

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Jun 05, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... cross the Donau to the north side. Venuring through shrub and trees we head towards the Wachau wine region. Bright red fruits catch my eye as I fly by... cherries! I do a u-turn and treat myself to a handful of the little red beauties. Passing orchards and beautiful views of castles, churches and the Donau, we sight our first vineyard, Wachau. Joe Day 4 & 5 Yippee!! We have finally reached the famous Wachau region which I have been so looking ...

Melk, Durnstein and Linz

A travel blog entry by rskil on May 06, 2015

24 photos

... I could not spot the accordion player I saw earlier. We sailed down the famous Wahacul valley, I made the choice not to ride the bike, I wanted to see this famous stretch from the boat with time to admire the view ! (On the bikes you can not stop to take photos on the way- I still wish I had completed it!) as it was it rained and it was cold especially on the sun deck. As for ruin castles only saw a few through the rain :( . At the little village of Durnstein, ...

Three Bridges and an Abbey

A travel blog entry by lahayman on Apr 22, 2015

8 photos

... much they have a long day ahead tomorrow. We are staying just below the Abbey and the view from our room is incredible. We climbed the many steps to arrive at the Abbey for a 3:00 English tour. What an amazing building, it is two CFL football fields long. There are 500,000 thousand visitors a year that come to Melk to see this incredible place. The highlight is the library with over a 100,000 books some dating back to 980 AD. 50 ...

Melk to Durnstein: Bikes, Breaks and Wine

A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Apr 09, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... is all done by hand! Then they passed out fresh hot bread to eat between wines! Austrians make mostly white wines, so that is what we tasted. These were reasonably priced so we bought a bottle to bring home with us (Bob's suitcase is lighter than mine). We walked back to the buses afterward and saw the people from the other two groups. None of them had bags of wine, so I think we may have gone to the best tavern!

By the time we got back ...