The Danube is not blue - it is the artistic creation of Little John Strauss that makes the world have a beautiful misunderstanding.
The Danube is like a long, sinuous pearl chain that eventually flows into the Black Sea from Germany and is the river that flows the most in the country. On both sides of the river bank there are mountains, river valleys, basins, plains, hills, etc. The Danube River is more than 30 kilometers in the Austrian territory. The Wachau Valley is lush and beautiful, and is listed on the World Cultural Heritage List.
leaving Vienna, the Viking cruise ship carries us to cruise in the Wachau Valley, accompanied by beautiful scenery on both sides of the river to the most beautiful river valley town of the green Danube - Spiez town, Dunnstein town.
The town of Spiez has only over 100 small houses with more than 500 inhabitants. The most famous Thousand Barrels means the winemaking here. The scenic riverside town is surrounded by vineyards, and you can easily meet the white church with more than 1,000 years of history.
The wine culture of the town can be enjoyed. Walk along the Viking Cruiser to the wine estate, stroll through the vineyards, taste wine and specialty apricot jam in the wine cellar. An idyllic lunch at the winery restaurant. Accordion performers enthusiastically and skillfully play the traditional Austrian country folk songs, one after another, people are drunk.
Want to harvest the most beautiful pictures of the river valley town, the town of Dunnstein can satisfy you. The ancient medieval Baroque architecture was completely preserved, as if the time was locked, only to enter the painting casually.
Walk through the colorful town houses, quaint stone roads, low-key coffee shops, and take in the lens of the towns landmark Baroque Blue Church and the medieval castle on the top of the hill. Let's listen to an organ playing in the church. The "Wall of the Wachau" is also permanently in memory.
The Danube came to the Wachau Valley.
Enjoy the beautiful countryside scenery and a relaxing afternoon.
In fact, the Danube runs through many countries in Europe. There are three capitals in Vienna, Budapest, and Bratislava. It may be because of Strauss's work. People will feel like Vienna. The Danube is the most famous. But in fact, the Danube River in Vienna is not necessarily stronger than others, mainly because there is no particularly suitable viewing platform, or bridges and towers.
The Austrian Wachau Valley is a fascinating landscape of the Danube and a famous wine region. On both sides of the river, there are both ancient castles, ancient towns and villages, and rolling hills, quiet and rich. In 2000, the Wachau area was included in the World Cultural Heritage and became the most classic must-see destination on the Austrian boat tour route.
The Austrian cuisine is dominated by meat, and the ingredients and cooking techniques are quite particular. It is comparable to France, the world's three major cooking kingdoms.
The most beautiful along the Danube is the Wachau Valley, and the best wines in the Wachau Valley are in the town of Spiez. Wine tasting in the most beautiful Wachau Valley along the Danube. It is docked in the small town of Spiez in Austria, the heart of the Wachau Valley and the main wine region of Austria.
Hug the sunshine of the Central European countryside, go to the wine cellar to taste the wine, then go to the town and the grape terraces. It produces about 13,000 bottles of wine every year. We tasted three different white wines, and those who like wine can also bring a few bottles at a very affordable price. Austria is located in the middle of Europe. Austria is one of the best wine producing countries in the world. Its wines are internationally renowned. The Wachau Valley is one of the three main producing areas of Austrian wines.