Took a boat ride to speck and back. About 1.5 hours. Pretty. Ate lunch on board too. Def recommend. Hot day we went and last minute. Saw castles and vineyards on the way
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Took this tour through Vienna Sightseeing after realising it would be difficult to do ourselves, getting connections and transport to/from the Abbey and the ferry with long and uphill walks required. The Wachau Valley is of course beautiful and peaceful. We travelled along the Danube...More
A very pleasant town to walk through and have a lunch. You can also do some shopping there. Allow a couple of hours for the visit.
This Austrian town is immediately below Melk Abbey and there are pleasant shops and cafes plus some rather little expensive up-market shops.
The town centre is lovely with small shops to poke your head in. This is a gorgeous typical Austrian town and is well worth a look. Cafes, shopping with some very fancy (and pricey) boutique shops. Bring your camera - and your wallet,
Touring around was pleasant cool. When people come and go, Also having their own itinerary making their own way around the town. From below we tried to look up many times to see the Abbey from where we were. It is still there imposing and...More
This quaint town is worth a check before or after seeing the Benedictine Abbey. Make sure you check out all the nooks and crannies of the couple of streets.
Enjoy an easy walk around this fascinating little town. Nothing seems to open before about 9 o'clock so you can have a lovely stroll without many people being around. The town is famous for it's Benedictine Abbey but make sure you look at the rest...More
Melk's Abbey is the key highlight of the town, with its Benedictine Abbey towering over the area like a watchful eagle perched on high. Where did the monks get such good real estate? Well, Melk Abbey was in fact a castle before it was a...More