Best parks in Burgenland

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Explore the most popular parks in Burgenland with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Best parks (7)
#1 - Neusiedler See - Seewinkel National Park
Burgenland, Austria
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The Neusiedler See - Seewinkel National Park is located in eastern Austria in the province of Burgenland. It is Austria's first national park and features beautiful wetlands, meadows, sand steppes, and salt areas. The interesting diversity of the park's landscape makes it a fantastic destination for bird watchers, who can see egrets, spoonbills, cranes, and much more. The best way to explore the park's unique environment is along the network of hiking and biking trails.Show more
#2 - Landseer Berge Nature Park
Burgenland, Austria
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Located on the border between Sonnenland Mittelburgenland and Bucklige Welt, Landseer Berge Nature Park is a beautiful area that is also rich in history. The Landsee Castle Ruins is one of the largest castle ruin sites in Europe. Visitors looking to get active can explore the park's landscape along its great network of hiking and biking trails. A few of the park's main attractions are the Celtic open-air museum, museum tower in Schwarzenbach, and the outdoor pool in Kaisersdorf.Show more
#3 - Neusiedler See Nature Park - Leitha Mountains
Burgenland, Austria
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The Leitha Mountains are filled with incredible hiking routes! Neusiedler See Nature Park in the Leitha Mountains is located along the northwest section of the Neusiedler See. Europe's largest steppe lake is a beautiful setting to spend the day on the trail walking through vineyards and reed fields. Another great way to explore the park's scenery is through a canoe trip. The Kirschblütenweg (Cherry Blossom Bike Path) is another fantastic tour that takes visitors by the region's diverse landscape. The Ramsarzentrum is also open Mon-Sun between 9am-7pm.Show more
#4 - Geschrittenstein-Írottkö Nature Park
Burgenland, Austria
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Geschrittenstein-Irottkö Nature Park, located on the Austria-Hungary border, is a beautiful destination for hikers, bikers, and outdoor enthusiasts from all walks of life. The Lookout Tower at the Geschreibstein provides excellent panoramic views of the region. Visitors can also swim in the lake in the Faludital, follow the Althodis Treetop Walk, or learn about the area's natural history in the Information Center. The park's extensive network of trails is the best way to see the best that Geschrittenstein-Irottkö has to offer.Show more
#5 - Rosalia-Kogelberg Nature Park
Burgenland, Austria
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Located on the eastern edge of the Vienna Basin, Rosalia-Kogelberg Nature Park is the newest nature park in Burgenland. The park is home to Forchtenstein Castle, a 15th century keep, and a great network of trails for hiking, biking, jogging, and walking. Drassburger and Schattendorfer Forests are great options for day hikes. As part of a joint effort to protect and preserve biodiversity in the region, the Rosalia-Kogelberg Nature Park has teamed up with Neusiedler See - Leithagebirge Nature Park and Neusiedler See - Seewinkel National Park to increase coordinated cooperation among nature tourism.Show more
#6 - Weinidylle Nature Park
Burgenland, Austria
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Weinidylle Nature Park is known for its beautiful pastures, riparian forests, and one of the smallest wine regions in Burgenland. Visitors can participate in guided tours to learn about the region's natural history and biodiversity or take a canoe trip and explore the park's waters. The Maria Weinberg Church is also a popular attraction among the park's visitors. There is a beautiful hiking trail that runs alongside the Pinkatal Wine Route, featuring fantastic views of the Pinka Valley and the Geschreibstein. The Moschendorf Wine Museum is a great place to stop and learn about the region's wine-making history. Show more
#7 - Bewahrungszone Illmitz Hölle
Burgenland, Austria
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Explore the most popular trails in Bewahrungszone Illmitz Hölle with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.Show more