From “vegetable village” to railway museum

vegetable garden
© Rupert Pessl

You can try a refreshing detour to the township of Parbasdorf with its pristine landscape, surrounded by vast crop and vegetable fields. The “vegetable village” Raasdorf produces, processes and sells a major segment of the Austrian carrot, onion, asparagus, artichoke, apricot and strawberry harvest. Strasshof on the Northern Railway Line is of trans-regional significance for the annual Marchfeld Fair, among other things; you can also visit the well-known Railway Museum there. The seven sources of the Stempfelbach stream explain the name of Siebenbrunn, which translates to “Seven Fountains”. Fully-developed cycle routes along the Stempfelbach stream are a tempting invitation to delight in nature on two wheels. The community of Weiden an der March on the river Morava boasts two nature reserves: the sandy hills of Oberweiden and the major part of the Marchauen Nature Reserve. Weikendorf, one of the oldest documented townships in Austria, is also located in the Marchfeld. It was founded in the mid-11th century and was formerly called Wikkendorf, Wykendorf, Wikkeindorf and Wiccindorf.

As you can see, the Marchfeld region is full of secrets and mysteries! Regardless of whether you’re planning a day trip to the Marchfeld, a (long) weekend, or a holiday, you will certainly experience more than you could ever imagine. Pssst: our partners will also gladly supply you with inspiring ideas for your personal, magical Marchfeld mystery tour!

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