The boat stopped in town and was still a free ride on land. Because it was a mountain road, no bikes were chosen. Close up to see how the German sedan functioned as a van was admirable.
Probably because of the high noon, the town is not crowded with tourists, only the three of us in the shop, leisurely walking between the old streets, which basically around the blue and white churches to the mountain road.
The Dienstein Abbey in the Wachau Valley is the most worth visiting attraction. The blue church stands on the shore and is very beautiful. The interior of the church is in Baroque style. It takes about an hour to visit along the planned visit route. .
Dürnstein is a small town on the Danube river in the Krems-Land district, in the Austrian state of Lower Austria. It is one of the most-visited tourist destinations in the Wachau region and also a well-known wine growing area.
Overnight in Dürnstein (Dürnstein), also translated as "Dürnstein"-the most charming town in the Wachau Valley, its most distinctive feature is the blue and white church standing on the Danube River, with lush grapes on one side Orchard, Austria’s best dry white wine is produced here. In the evening, enjoy the quiet beauty of the town alone, taste the specialties such as trout and white wine recommended by the Michelin restaurant