Land of mountains is the National Anthem of Austria, but you will not find any in Burgenland..... It has wide open spaces, rolling hills and forests...more similar to England than the Alps!
It enjoys a mild pannonian climate with over 300 days of sunshine per year, This is almost on a par with the Mediterranean! And...coupled with excellent growing soil,terroirs and many centuries of Vitner experience combine to make Burgenland a first class winegrowing region. So, if you lover the idea of Spain, Portugal or Provence...give a thought to Burgenland.
It is only an hour from Vienna airport to the wonderful countryside of Burgenland, with its rich history and castles.
Whether you decide to live permanently or to have a holiday home, Burgenland offers some of the best value in Austria for property. You can buy a complete farm for under 100,000 Euros!!
Experience the fantastic weather and beautiful countryside with it's quiet meandering lanes and pretty villages. Sail on the lakes
If you are a lover of fine wines, you can enjoy Burgenland’s speciality wines — full-bodied whites and reds, and unique dessert wines from the Lake Neusiedl region, Blaufränkisch in central Burgenland and the ancient Uhudler with its bouquet of wild strawberries, from the idyllic winegrowing area of southern Burgenland.
In Burgenland, enjoyment often starts with a stroll along a Kellergasse (a street lined with wine cellars) and culminates with a delicious meal composed from specialities of the region. The key to the province’s winegrowing success is undoubtedly the sun that ripens the grapes.
We have much to offer the discerning buyer, from a Castle by a lake to an old wine cellar, ready for renovation...the price around 25,000 euro....now that is a sensible investment...in fact tempting enough to put on credit card!!
And for sports lovers...
SailingSailing on Lake Neusiedl is unadulterated pleasure. The 320 square kilometre steppe lake with an average depth of just 1.5 meters appeals to sailors because of its outstanding weather. No other lake in Austria can claim such consistently good wind conditions and so many hours of sunshine. Its status as one of the most popular regatta venues was confirmed once and for all in 2006 when the World Sailing Games came to Lake Neusiedl — the first time ever that the event had been held on inland waters.Whether you are pro taking out your own yacht or a beginner hiring a boat for the first time Lake Neusiedl will blow you away.
What about Winter sports?
When the weather turns cold Lake Neusiedl is transformed into Central Europe’s largest natural ice rink. The 320 square kilometre surface is big enough for winter sports lovers of all kinds. Ice skaters, ice sailors and surfers, ice kite surfers and even ice cyclists cut loops on the frozen lake. And if runners and spike tyres seem a little too fast then it is over to Shank’s pony and a romantic stroll on the Pannonian ice.
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