Our workshop, based in Niederösterreich (Lower Austria), is an area rich in natural beauty and cultural attractions, being close to the River Danube, the World Heritage designated Wachau Valley, the Vienna Woods and within striking distance of Vienna itself. It will appeal to ramblers, cyclists, boat enthusiasts and those interested in artistic, historical and cultural sights.
For the bon viveur, the region's fame as a wine producing area and it's good value 'Heurigers', farmer's taverns offering basic, quality local wines and cold meats will be of particular interest. Although best known for white wines, such as the native Grüner Veltliner, Welschriesling, Frühroter and Silvaner, they also produce some very good reds such as the Zweigelt, Blauburger, Blaufränkisch and Blauer Portugieser. For more local information check out: Danube Regions of Lower Austria
Egon Schiele Museum A-3430 Tulln an der Donau, Donaulände 28
Opens 1. Apr – 1. Nov | Opening Hours: Tue– Sun, 10–12hr und 13–17hr Adults: €5
On arriving by train at Tulln's main station, you find yourself at the birthplace of Egon Schiele, the artist whose father was its station master. The town hosts a modest Schiele Museum but more well-known works are currently displayed at the Leopold Museum in Vienna, which also houses works from Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka and others.
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