10 Things to Do in Bruck an der Leitha That You Shouldn't Miss

December 18, 2017 Viva Honore

Bruck an der Leitha ("Bridge on the Leitha") is a city in Lower Austria, Austria at the border to the Burgenland, which is marked by the Leitha river.
Restaurants in Bruck an der Leitha

1. Designer Outlet Parndorf

Designer-Outlet-Strasse 1, Parndorf 7111, Austria +43 2166 3614
Excellent
49%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
4%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 641 reviews

Designer Outlet Parndorf

Designer brand shopping in more than 10 exclusive designer stores just 30 minutes away from Vienna and 25 minutes from Bratislava. From iconic fashion brands like Prada, Armani, Bally and Gucci to sporting labels like Nike and Adidas and high-street favourites, like Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren, Guess, Diesel and Desigual - You can find your favourite labels with price reductions of up to 70%, all year round, and further discounts at our annual summer and winter sales. Our selection of carefully designed services and amenities include - Shopping until 8 pm from Monday to Thursday - Shopping until 9 pm on Fridays - Daily shuttle bus from Vienna - Global Blue Tax Refund office to claim back your tax - Modern centre information desk with multi-lingual staff - Restaurants and cafes serving local and European cuisine - Specially designed children's play areas - Free and convenient parking (3,000 parking spaces) - Exciting events like late night shopping event in March, August and Nov.

Reviewed By Sanjulina - Belgrade, Serbia

Parndorf has good discounts and many interesting shops, but every time I visited it, it was full of people, and you need to wait in a queue to enter the shop...Guess, for example is always messed up, too many people grabbing and throwing things around....All together, it is recommended to visit Parndorf on weekdays.

2. Roman City Carnuntum

Hauptstrasse 1A, Petronell-Carnuntum 2404, Austria +43 2163 33770
Excellent
67%
Good
28%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 154 reviews

Roman City Carnuntum

The time of the Romans in Carnuntum is not in the long-ago past, which can be seen by a few remains of walls, but it is the present which can be experienced with all one's senses. Today you can saunter in the footsteps of Roman emperors who wrote world history 1700 years ago. Public baths which are heated all year round entice you in the reconstructed Roman city quarter, the Amphitheatre and the gladiator school take you back to the world of gladiators, and timeless treasures in the Museum Carnuntinum are witness to the former inhabitants' zest for life and culture.

Reviewed By Obanwalkers - Oban

It is easy to overlook Carnuntum unless you are within 10 miles of it and happen to spot a signpost. Although it is obviously new the reconstruction has been done to an extremely high standard, with some of the original artefacts on display inside and out. The reception area includes a souvenir shop and an interesting video.
Away from the main reconstruction is the Amphitheatre. I was surorised at just how small it was.
Further still is the museum, which is well worth a visit. Since we had visited the other two sites, and were now at the third, we were given a demonstration of coin striking and were able to strike coins ourselves. The museum is well organised, and bright, and the exhibits are described in three languages, German, English, and one which looked Czech or Hungarian.

3. Schloss Rohrau

Schloss Rohrau 1, Bruck an der Leitha 2471, Austria +43 2164 225316
Excellent
33%
Good
45%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
11%
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Overall Ratings

4 based on 9 reviews

Schloss Rohrau

Reviewed By Etmo89 - Geneva, Switzerland

It is easy to miss this castle as you drive into Rohrau since it is set back from the road on a curve. There is a cafe restaurant located in the courtyard and you see cars parked outside. The exhibit in the castle consists of a small section displaying loads of paintings especially spanish and italian art. All the description is in German only.

4. Weingut Leo Hillinger

Hill 1, Jois 7093, Austria +43 2160 83170
Excellent
64%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
5%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 19 reviews

Weingut Leo Hillinger

Reviewed By zsszn - Bratislava Region, Slovakia

We try 3 wines - was nice, but I think, the building is more beautifully than the wines. Love the Zaha Hadid designed bottles, also the personal who was nice and smiley and answer all my questions.

5. Hoeplers Weinraeume

Hauptstrasse 52, Winden am See 7092, Austria
Excellent
93%
Good
5%
Satisfactory
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5 based on 40 reviews

Hoeplers Weinraeume

Described as one of the ‘Top 10 Wine Travel Destinations 2016’ by the Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Hoepler’s Wine Rooms in Burgenland offer a sensory tour to awaken your inner conscience to the world of wine. 8 wine rooms introduce you to a different aspect of wine. The aim: to break down the barriers that can make the world of wine intimidating & give you the confidence to form your own opinions.Tasting compulsory!

Reviewed By ccchristmyer - Vienna, Austria

Hoeplers Weinraeume is an incredible way to experience everything great about wine. From their tasting rooms to their smelling rooms, Hoepler offers an experience for all the senses that I personally have never encountered before. Louise gave me a tour of their beautiful facilities and lead me through each of the five senses and how they associate with wine. I never knew how vital the soil and weather in Winden am See is to Hoepler's wine! I would definitely recommend this experience to anyone interested in learning a little about fine wine as well as having an overall enjoyable day.

6. Haydn Geburtshaus

Obere Hauptstrasse 25, Rohrau 2471, Austria +43 2164 2268
Excellent
63%
Good
37%
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Haydn Geburtshaus

Reviewed By Sage7579 - Albuquerque, New Mexico

My mother an I requested to come here while visiting relatives in the area. Every time we had visited, they had talked with pride about Haydn being from the area, and many tours of historical sites nearby mention his visits prominently. Visiting the house he was born and raised in was educational. The tour was small because the house was small, however the displays and size of the residence somehow make the legend of the Haydn family more impressive. Seeing how 'normal' the home life was for the family composers make the musical achievements much more impressive.

7. Speedworld-Actionpark

Freizeitzentrum 1, Pachfurth 2471, Austria
Excellent
50%
Good
50%
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Speedworld-Actionpark

Reviewed By herrk19 - Modling, Austria

Wir haben bei der Speedworld unser diesjähriges Sommerfest veranstaltet. Das weitläufige Gelände ist über die Autobahn sehr gut erreichbar und es gibt mehr als ausreichend Parkplätze. Das Angebot ist recht umfangreich und das Preis/Leistungsverhältnis fair. Neben Quad fahren wurde auch Jetski fahren ausprobiert. Es hat beides sehr viel Spaß gemacht.

8. Weingut Jahner

Donaustrasse 23, Wildungsmauer 2403, Austria
Excellent
33%
Good
51%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
16%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4 based on 6 reviews

Weingut Jahner

Reviewed By Sissy55 - Hinterbruhl, Austria

This venue is located just off the main road and is obviously very popular with families as there is plenty of space for kids to play.
We went there early evening and ordered wine and food. All their food, as in other heurigers, is cold. We waited over an hour - the wine had gone but there was still no sign of the food. We asked and were advised it was coming. We explained that our friend had a flight to catch and so she went back to the kitchen to check.
There was no way we would get our food in time so we had no option but to cancel our order. We paid the final bill with a different waitress - obviously our original one did not want to come back.....
We were disappointed and of course hungry and our guest had to fly out having had no dinner. No apologies were made either.
Not the kind of service one would expect when the food is cold anyway.....

9. Fashion Outlet Parndorf

Gewerbestrasse 4, Parndorf 7111, Austria +43 2166 20805
Excellent
48%
Good
34%
Satisfactory
14%
Poor
3%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 97 reviews

Fashion Outlet Parndorf

Reviewed By Andrew F

The shopping environment at the fashion outlet is a little more conventional compared with the next door designer outlet. The brands carried are usually less common and more niche. Nonetheless, there are quality products sold, but not that cheap.
Upsides
- less crowd, easier to shop and browse
- less smoking shoppers as one part of the shopping area is indoor
- able to find less common and niche brands
- easy parking
Downsides
- no top tier brands like in the designer outlet
- lack of f&b joints

10. Roemische Palastanlage

B10 | Bruckneudorf, Neusiedl am See 2460, Austria
Excellent
75%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
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5 based on 4 reviews

Roemische Palastanlage

Reviewed By hermann b - Salzburg, Austria

Well set um area with much information. Real amazing Roman township which used to be a huge settlement.

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