Purbach am Neusiedlersee (Hungarian: Feketeváros), which is sometimes written as Purbach am Neusiedler See or Purbach am See, is a town in the Austrian state of Burgenland known for its viticulture. It lies in the Eisenstadt-Umgebung district.
Restaurants in Purbach am Neusiedlersee
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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!
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.
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Approximately 15 km from Eisenstadt the Familypark is located in the village of St. Margarethen. What started almost 50 years ago as small fairytale forest is today Austria’s biggest leisure park. With near to 500.000 guests per season and an area of approx. 20 soccer fields (145.000 m²) the park offer entertainment and adventure for the whole family. In 4 themed worlds the park offers everything that is expected from a leisure park: From carussells to roller coasters, climbing and experience areas to a petting zoo and an enchanted fairytale forest. Every year there is, of course, something new to explore. Highlight 2015: Leonardos Flying Machine The new big attraction for 2015! Follow in the footsteps of the famous inventor and visionary, Leonardo Da Vinci. Take a flight aboard his flying machine and feel as free as a bird, circling in the sky. The moving wings allow you to make your flight an individual experience. You decide whether you want a laid-back flight or wish to embark on an exciting flying adventure. This is an extraordinary attraction, which is completely unique in Austria! All attractions of Familypark are located in an idyllic park area that can be easily discovered by strollers or wheelchairs. 11 different restauration area take offer you a vast variety of culinary delights. The Familypark Seasons starts end of March/beginning of April and lasts until 26th of October. But don’t miss the new highlight of Halloween in Familypark, which takes place around Halloween. Experience the park from its scary perspective. All rides will be open by night and a lot of specials are offered.
Brutal qeue at the cash on the sun, be careful. Good attractions for the whole family, Try the rollercoster, there is a beauty view to the Neusidler see/Fertő tó.
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5 based on 5 reviews
The Prieler family warmly welcomed us when we spontaneously popped in the 'weingut'. We were able to taste the entire range of their production and we got valuable details and explanations about each wine and its specifics. Particularly appreciated the Schützner Stein (Merlot) and the Goldberg Blaufränkisch - nicely structured and tasty. Visit to this weingut is highly recommended.
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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.
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.
4.5 based on 178 reviews
The formerly spectacular palace has seen far better times having suffered great indignations since the losses of the Habsburg empire and successive occupations led to disrepair. Gradually being returned to glory, we enjoyed our guided tour of that part now open but we understand it has now closed for 2 years of further renovation which hopefully will make it spectacular and bring many tourists to this quiet corner of the country
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5 based on 20 reviews
Nice sailing club with a lot of possibilities! We rented a HobyCat 15 for an hour at reasonable prices. They ask a sailing passport or prove of sailing experience. We could not provide this but they let us a boat anyway. Afterwards we took some drinks on the Terrace! Very nice relaxing area with a superb view on the water!
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4 based on 24 reviews
Rust is a nice village and this church (now museum) deserves a visit. Not much to see in it but there are beautiful medieval frescoes, and 18th century organ and some 15th century sculptures. Shame that the painted windows are now being restored in Vienna. The church is dedicated to some fishermen that saved the Queen. €2 entrance fee.
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