You might be wondering what to do in Vienna but soon as you get there, you’ll find that there are a lot to see and do in its districts. The east of Vienna is a good start, with the Baroque castle located at Schlosshoff, near Marchegg. Include in your Vienna itinerary a visit to the ancient Roman site of Carnuntum.
At the south of Danube, you’ll find yourself close to nature with the Vienna Woods in Mödling and Baden. The se communities have unspoiled 17th-century town centers. You have to travel through a band of rolling wooded hills that mark the eastern edge of the Vienna Woods for you to get to Baden. There are vineyards along the hills thus forming a “wine belt” that follows the valleys south of Vienna.
Vienna itineraries aren’t complete without a stop at the northern part of the Danube where you can see the Weinviertel. At the Czech border is the town of Retz which is popular for its reds that one can taste in a windmill vinothek.
Plans can be arranged according to your considerations. You can click on these links to help you sort out your itineraries in Vienna.