The Mostviertel is at its most beautiful in spring. We drive through the Mostviertel near Amstetten in Lower Austria at the end of April. We immediately notice the pear trees. They are in full bloom. It should be over a million. This is what Gudrun Wiesenhofer from Mostviertel Tourism tells us. We're staying there for a few days in the spring. If[…]
When the pear tree blossoms in the Mostviertel at the end of April, a weekend of pleasure in the Mostviertel is particularly beautiful. This is best from the end of April to mid-May. Then the pear trees bloom there. Their white tree tops shine everywhere in the meadows and in front of the woods.
You can not only enjoy the Mostviertel in Lower Austria with the Mostbaronen. Combine a stay with a tour of the Moststraße and stay in one of the wellness hotels in the Mostviertel. This makes a stay a pure pleasure.
Good restaurants in the Mostviertel Where can we find good restaurants in the Mostviertel? You know that our trips are always journeys of discovery into good regional cuisine. It was no different in the Mostviertel in Lower Austria. But we didn't expect so many good restaurants, rustic wine taverns and inns. In the gently rolling hills south of the Danube, more [...]
Lilienfeld Abbey in Lower Austria goes back to the year 1202. Cistercians from Heiligenkreuz were the first to inhabit the abbey. The steps to the guest wing of the monastery are crooked from the many feet that went over them. Here you can experience a break in the monastery that transports you to another time.
We were en route for three days on our Klostergarten route through Lower Austria. We visited five monastery gardens. We promised ourselves a pleasure for the eyes and senses. But the trip held a lot more surprises in store.
Seitenstetten Abbey in the Mostviertel is particularly beautiful in spring. We visited the pen during the pear blossom season in late April. A boarding school is housed there today. If you want, you can also spend the night here.
Hiking at Lilienfeld Abbey is fun. The area around the Cistercian monastery invites you to do so. You can explore the Lilienfeld region with a walk through the Stiftspark or a hike on the Muckenkogel to the Klosteralm.