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The Lower Austrian community of Gumpoldskirchen lies in the heart of the romantic Vienna Woods, not far from Vienna. The small town is very well-known for viticulture and excellent wines.
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Vienna Woods is ideal for passionate hikers. Many hiking tours along the Vienna basin to Anninger Forests invite you to explore the region by bicycle or on foot.
Special highlights are the “Runnerfun-trails”. The trails of the RUNNERSFUN Parks are equipped with a special colour code system. Length and profile of each trail are indicated. There is exactly the right trail for everyone: easy, intermediate or difficult. It is simple to find the tour that suits your condition and motivation. The system applies for runners, walkers and hikers of every age.
The best-known wine-growing village of Austria is internationally acclaimed due to its excellent wines. Gumpoldskirchen lies in the heart of a geothermal area that forms the ideal condition for growing wine. The characteristics of ripeness and acidity of the grapes are unique and limited to this special region.
The most famous grape varieties of the Thermenregion are Zierfandler, Rotgipfler and Green Veltliner. If you want to feel the authentic and original atmosphere of the area do not hesitate to visit one of the many wine taverns also called “Heuriger”: the most popular one is 3er Haus Gumpoldskirchen. Not only is this historical treasure one of the oldest houses in town, its fine regional kitchen and cosy atmosphere are also very convincing. Book in advance!
Guests are invited to explore the world of wine in one of the oldest wine estates in Austria: Freigut Thallern and Weingut Stift.
Bergerhaus, located in the historical city centre, is a meeting place and source of inspiration for artists and lovers of art. The wide range of cultural exhibitions offers colourful and interesting programmes reflecting traditional arts and crafts of the region.
Bergerhaus also houses another attraction: the wine museum, which is located in one of the oldest wine cellars. The museum exhibits many wine-growing instruments and an original wooden wine press from the 16th century as well as a complete Austrian vinotheque including famous local grape varieties such as Zierfandler und Rotgipfler from 1945 until today.
Insider tip: follow the charming path that leads from the town hall to the parish church of St. Michael. Kirchgasse and its renaissance buildings are a must-see for any visitor.
We especially recommend the exquisite hotel Landhaus Moserhof and the modern hotel Turmhof in the heart of the town, offering a beautiful view of the whole city.