Wachauerhof

Address: Wienerstrasse 30, Melk, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, 3390, Austria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Wienerstrasse 30, Melk, is near Melk Abbey and Wein & Wachau.
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      Travel Blogs from Melk

      At least Krems is the same in English and German

      A travel blog entry by rebeccaa on Feb 03, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... we have while we are here! I must say my buddy has gone up and above the call of duty! Yesterday she walked up to the mall, and today she showed us the train station (translated so I could get my train pass), both of IMC's campuses, and the river! She is from Germany, and was previously on exchange in Edmonton for a whole year! Her English is amazing and she has been a huge blessing answering a million and one questions about anything and everything!

      Tomorrow ...

      Durnstein / Wachau / Melk

      A travel blog entry by redmonds on Dec 24, 2014

      23 photos

      ... to Melk along the Wachau Valley taking in the world heritage villages along the Danube. Seeing lots of vineyards in the steep sides of hills using rocks to make the terraces keeps the ground warm and aids growth (photo). Main product is Riesling, Guner Veltliner and Apricot Brandy.

      Will dock in Melk overnight with a chance to self explore this afternoon before Christmas Eve dinner ...

      Durnstein Castle Ruins and Melk Abbey

      A travel blog entry by oldbag on Oct 31, 2014

      59 photos

      ... Melk has a population of 5,257. It is best known as the site of a massive baroque Benedictine monastery named Melk Abbey.

      1. Circling the Waccau Valley

        A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 15, 2014

        8 photos

        Cheryl and I got up around 7:30 at our lovely hotel in Durnstein, ate the standard European breakfast (I swear to God you could blindfold me, walk me into the breakfast room and I could tell you exactly what was laid out on the breakfast buffet) and took a wander through the shops of Durnstein all before 10:00 a.m. Now Durnstein's old quarter is about as tiny as they come. In fact you could probably walk from one end to the other in about three minutes. In addition, most ...

      Melk's Monastic Community

      A travel blog entry by mjconchie on Aug 20, 2014

      10 photos

      The first notable structure we saw today was the ruins of King Ric*************heart's Castle which dated back to around 1237.

      Following that we saw kilometres of terraced vineyards along the hills of the Danube river. We were now hearing the town of Melk. Before arriving in Melk though, we were to pass through a stretch of the Danube known as the ...