Some of Austria’s most significant sights and attractions are only 25 kilometres away in the centre of Vienna. Enjoy the unique charm of our capital city and stay overnight with us, at the gateway to the Weinviertel region.
Explore Vienna – take a break in the Weinviertel
Whether you head to St. Stephen’s Cathedral or discover a hidden gem; our fantastic transport links and proximity to Vienna make it easy to arrange a day trip or other tours in the city. Within 30 minutes you can be in the city centre, which is often faster than from the more remote Viennese Districts.
And after an eventful day in Vienna, come back to Wolkersdorf to take a break, enjoy the calm and put up your legs in one of our comfortable rooms – or, if it’s not too late, savour a glass of wine or two in our bar.
Popular attractions in Vienna
Not only is the Belvedere a unique baroque castle, it also houses a museum with major works by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka.
- Schönbrunn Palace
The former summer residency of the House of Habsburg, its imperial rooms and exquisite gardens were once home to Empress Maria Theresia, Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elisabeth.
- St. Stephen’s Cathedral
St. Stephen’s Cathedral is Vienna’s landmark. Construction started in the 12th century, and today it is Austria’s most significant Gothic building.
- Vienna’s Ringstrasse
From the Vienna State Opera via the Parliament, the Imperial Palace / Neue Burg, the City Hall and the National Theatre to the Kunsthistorisches Museum, this famous boulevard includes some of Vienna’s most impressive sights.
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- Cemetery of the Nameless
An old, partially overgrown cemetery where the bodies washed up by the River Danube were buried, many of whom remained unidentified – nameless.
- Church of St. Leopold
The Church of St. Leopold (Kirche am Steinhof), built by Otto Wagner, is the most magnificent Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) church in the world. Since its restauration this jewel of Modernism is shining brightly once more.
- Third Man tour
Descend into the underworld to follow Harry Lime’s footsteps and experience the locations of this world-famous film in the Viennese sewage system. Highly recommended! (May – October, advance booking required)
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