Cycle routes, a ruin, and a moated castle

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The market town of Leopoldsdorf in the Marchfeld was called “Liupoltsdorf” until 1246. The latter name derives from the famous minnesinger Tannhäuser. The idyllic township of Mannsdorf an der Donau, meanwhile, is situated directly on the popular cycle route Passau – Vienna ¬– Bratislava, with a length of 308 kilometres.
At the 2022 State Exhibition you’ll find out that the municipality of Marchegg is famous for its stork colony and the palace, which was originally designed as a moated castle. Markgrafneusiedl is known for its towering castle ruin located on the highest spot of the Marchfeld, the foothills of Kleiner Wagram. In the heart of the Marchfeld, right on the Marchfeld Canal cycle route, you’ll find the market town of Obersiebenbrunn with its lovely inns. In Orth an der Donau, make sure you don’t miss out on the famous schlossORTH and museumORTH! Afterwards, you can take a stroll on “Castle Island”, a new outdoor range at the National Park centre.

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