The Wachau Valley is generally either by boat or by car. I personally traveled by car from Vienna to the B&B in Bad Ischl, passing through the Wachau Valley, to share my experience: First of all, the scenery is beautiful and there are many wineries along the way (this is also a feature) If you want to park, there is a parking place in any village. I don’t know how to drink or drink. So in the first half of my car, I found a winery with a good environment and he went to drink. Then in the second half of the drive, we actually tasted wine. It's all half-hearted, but it's still the main thing to experience the local life along the way. There may be surprises wherever you go, such as band performance. Disadvantages: I’m tired to death. I drove 150 steps at night on the small road with no street lights. I have completely lost consciousness. Close my eyes and I can see the state of Zhou Gong. Also, the lane is very narrow. You must drive carefully to ensure that you can drive during the day. Where is the best place to stay for one night? I'm a little careless...
The Wachau Valley in Austria is a fascinating part of the Danube River and is also a famous wine-producing region.
This is the Wachau Valley near Vienna. It is the most beautiful section of the Danube. If you are free, you can take a train from Vienna Central Railway Station and transfer once. It takes about 1 hour to get off at the town of Melk and walk for about 10 minutes to the dock. Boat tour. There are several small towns on the way to get off the boat, but usually tourists will choose Durnstein to get off the boat, which is the one with the blue tower in the photo. The town is very beautiful and maintains a good medieval style. At the end of the tour, you can continue to take the next boat to Krems and take the train back to Vienna. It will take about half an hour to walk from the dock to the railway station. The train needs two transfers in the middle, which is about one and a half hours. Vienna also has a bus for day trips, and tourist groups generally don't go here. You can drive by yourself, but you can’t take a boat. Sitting on the boat, there are many old castles and vineyards on both sides of the bank, and many wineries in the town, which is a great feeling. You can book train tickets on the OBB official website (OBB), and you can buy the ferry tickets directly at the terminal, or you can book them on the cruise company website, but there are not many people and there is no need.
The Wachau Valley is located in the upper reaches of Vienna, Austria. The section from Melk to Krems an der Danube is selected as a World Heritage Site because of its long history and beautiful scenery. You can take a boat trip from Melk. Dirnstein disembarked and climbed to the top of the Lionheart’s cell next to the top, with a view of the river valley
We took the Viking river wheel and drove slowly up the Danube. The river was calm and clear, with blue sky and white clouds on both sides of the green hills. On the fourth day of the Viking Cruise on the Danube, enter the most beautiful scenery on the Danube-the Wachau Valley. One by one, beautiful towns built by the water come into view. The Wachau Valley refers to the Danube Valley between Melk and Krems, which is more than 30 kilometers long. The picturesque country villages, the solemn and solemn monasteries, the romantic castle ruins, and the lush green mountains full of grapes constitute the world-famous beautiful scenery of the Wachau Valley. In 2011, the Wachau Valley was included in the United Nations World Cultural Heritage List due to its rich natural resources and long human history. On the Viking wheel, you can admire the Wachau Valley. The beautiful scenery is enchanting among the green mountains and green waters.