Wachau Valley Tour
Surrounded by vineyards, forested slopes, red-roofed villages, fruit orchards and imposing castles, enjoy a day out to the UNESCO-listed Wachau Valley, West of Vienna.
There is the Durnstein castle - a place where Richard the Lionheart, king of England was held captive. Often dubbed "the Pearl of the Wachau", Durnstein is considered one of Austria's prettiest and most storied small towns, framed by blue church spire and a ruined castle overlooking the town from the top. The Durnstein castle is an important part of former medieval fortification.
Apart from this one, there is Krems or Melk with the beautiful Abbey. Optionally we can add one of the lovely vineyards for wine tasting or add river cruise for the way back to Vienna. Known for its high-quality wines, Wachau Valley in Lower Austria has attracted connoisseurs across centuries.