Lower Austria's special geographic location has not only given the country a rich cultural heritage, but also an incomparable variety of landscape types thanks to the meeting of Alpine, Pannonian, and northern and southern European climate zones. There is probably no other place in Europe where so many landscapes come together harmoniously in such a dense area. The country on the Danube presents itself as a scenic and culturally attractive holiday destination!
|Bild: Weinherbst im Traisental||© Niederösterreich Werbung/ schwarz-koenig.at|
St. Pölten is the provincial capital of Lower Austria where Baroque, Jugendstil and Modernism all join in wonderful harmony, distance from Kapelln 12 km.
The Grafenegg Festival in Lower Austria is one of the most important orchestra festivals in Europe. Music, nature and architecture merge to a grand work of art.
Krems is the eastern gateway to the Wachau Valley, one of Europe's loveliest river landscapes. It is also one of the oldest cities in the land.
The Traisental as part of the Mostviertel region is a beautiful wine region. Young and still looking back on ancient traditions. Picturesque sceneries: small terrace vineyards compete with wide open spaces, where fruit trees and vegetables grow.
Tulln is famous for ist gardening experience and Worth visiting at any time of the year. 70 ecologically maintained show gardens invite you to linger and provide many ideas for your own garden at home.
Whether you prefer gourmet cuisine or want to visit a typical Austrian Heurigen tavern for a cosy stop, you'l find both nearby our hotel, we highly recommend Mike Näher in Rassing and Familie Ruthmair in Miesting,
Our region Traisental offers you a large variety of routes, start from Kapelln to Böheimkirchen (9 km) or along the Traisental cycling route. It leads you 111 km from Traismauer, situated at the Danube river, via Herzogenburg to Mariazell in the south of Lower Austria.
For many people, going on a pilgrimage is a welcome time-out from today’s daily routine. One of the most popular pilgrimage paths - the Jakobsweg - leads through Kapelln. And of course there are many ways, which lead to Mariazell, and many lead through Lower Austria.
If you are lockig for sports facilities you'll find them at the Lower Austrian largest sport center in St.Pölten. It offers many attractive activities as well as for professionals as for leisure time.