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Where is Krems an der Donau?
Krems an der Donau is home to around 25,100 people and the fifth-largest town in Lower Austria. It belongs to the Wachau-Nibelungengau-Kremstal region and is about 70 km west of Vienna and 30 km north of St. Pölten. The idyllic Old Town is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Krems looks back to a rich history of more than a thousand years to be discovered on a stroll through the picturesque little alleys. Today, the town is a commercial, cultural as well as educational centre. Starting at the Danube port, Wachau Donauschifffahrt offers ship rides to explore the most beautiful part of the river Danube: the Wachau. Have a look at our webcams for live pictures of Krems.
How is the weather in Krems an der Donau?
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What to see in Krems an der Donau?
The Krems district of Stein is home to the town’s landmark: Steiner Tor built the 15th century. Krems is famous for its many sacral buildings such as St. Veit Parish Church, Piaristenkirche or the historic Dominikanerkirche. 500 metre from Steiner Tor you find Gozzoburg Castle, one of the most important medieval building in Austria. Amidst architectural achievements of past centuries, the State Gallery of Lower Austria opened in 2016 – its modern design by Marte.Marte architects/Vorarlberg integrates harmoniously into the townscape. Just like Kunsthalle Krems, Krems Caricature Museum, Forum Frohner and Steiner Minoritenkirche Church, the State Gallery is part of the Kremser Kunstmeile (Krems Art Mile).
Explore the Wachau UNESCO World Heritage Site and probably Europe‘s most beautiful river valley on a river cruise: travel past medieval castles, idyllic villages and numerous vineyards, while enjoying local delicacies.
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Is there a cycle path in Krems an der Donau Radfahren?
The steep terraces of the vineyards define the landscape of the Wachau and are ideal for extended walks and hikes. But it is also the perfect terrain for cyclers who will find trails of various degrees of difficulty as well as the 2,850 km Danube Cycle Path Leading to the Black Sea. Two stages (from Emmersdorf and to Tulln) are perfect for a day tour. If you are interested in a longer tour, why not cycle to Vienne starting in Passau? Is the weather suitable for a biking tour? Have a look at our webcam!
What to do in Krems an der Donau?
In bad weather visit one of the museums in Krems-Stein – State Gallery of Lower Austria organizes varying exhibitions and is the permanent home of State’s art collection focusing on the Austrian expressionist painter Egon Schiele; Kunsthalle Krems is one of the most important museum of modern art and shows contemporary exhibits and installation. Motorbike fans will be thrilled by the Motorbike Museum. Do not forget to visit the local vineyards and to enjoy local delicacies.
The town of Krems organises the Danube Festival and the famous World Music Festival ‘Glatt und Verkehrt’ both events taking place once a year in spring and summer, respectively. Dürnstein, Arnsdorf, Rossatzbach, Weißenkirchen and Spitz celebrate the midsummer festival with fireworks and traditional bonfires.
How to get to Krems an der Donau?
It takes about four hours by car from Munich to Krems via the motorways A94 and A1. Please note that you need a vignette for Austrian motorways. Krems can also be reached by train or even by ship from Passau or Vienna.