Tourismusverband Breitenbrunn am Neusiedler See

  
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Ideal for excursions

Schloß Schönbrunn

Those who spend their holidays in Breitenbrunn will find themselves on an ideal hub for excursions. The central location makes it possible to reach the former imperial city Vienna, the Slovak capital Bratislava and the northern Hungarian cities such as Sopron and Györ just within 45 minutes. So you have a unique opportunity to explore these historically significant cities in day trips.

Do not miss an opportunity to visit the state capital Eisenstadt with the magnificent castle of the Esterhazys, the various museums and the beautiful pedestrian zone. It is really an equally rewarding destination. In about 20 minutes you reach the state capital where you always follow the footsteps of the great composer Josef Haydn. In Eisenstadt, a visit to the following facilities is recommended:

  • Haydn Haus
  • Esterhazy Castle
  • State Museum Burgenland
  • Diocesan Museum
  • Austrian Jewish Museum
  • Kalvarienbergchapel with Mausoleum of Haydn
  • Wine Museum in Esterhazy Castle
  • City tour in Eisenstadt

Apart from these city explorations, a visit to the nearby area of Breitenbrunn is recommended:

  • Village Museum, Mönchhof
  • Halbturn Castle
  • Forchtenstein Fortress
  • City tour in Rust
  • Steppe animal park in Pamhagen
  • Kremayer House, Rust
  • Liszt House, Raiding
  • Haydn´s Birthplace, Rohrau
  • Museum Castle, Lackenbach
  • Archeological Park Carnuntum
  • Collection Friedrichshof, Zurndorf
  • Guided tours in the Windmill Park, Zurndorf
  • National Park and National Park Centre
  • Wulkadelta with the Wulkasafari
  • Castle Hoff
  • The Mc Arthur Glen Designer Outlet, Parndorf
  • The Family Park St. Margarethen
  • Höplers Wine Rooms in Winden
  • Salt Cave, Apetlon
  • St. Martins Thermal Bath
  • Sparkling Winery of Brothers Szigetti
  • Wine Production Site Burgenland
  • Blue Indigo Print Koo

Much of it can also be managed with Eco-mobile. Even free of charge for Neusiedler See Card holders.