As the easternmost region of Austria, Burgenland is the sunniest region of the country. At the foot of the Alps, the area is protected from the wind, and Burgenland has the most hours of sunshine per year. With a holiday home in Burgenland, you can enjoy the radiant sun on your own terrace.
Pure enjoyment during a holiday in Burgenland!The beautiful nature and the pleasant climate lends itself to many outdoor activities and beautiful walks. Lake Neusiedler See is the largest lake in Austria, and a true attraction. The rich culture is expressed in many museums, castles and traditional festivals. The wide range of activities, the wellness possibilities and the great cuisine and wines make Burgenland a fine destination for the epicurean. Take advantage of the many possibilities in Burgerland during your summer holiday or your week away in low season. Pamper yourself in one of the available spas, take a nice trip on horseback, or play some ball on a beautifully situated golf course. The possibilities are endless during a holiday in this beautiful part of Austria. Dive into our offer and find the right holiday home in Burgenland!
With a holiday home in Burgenland, you will not only enjoy a wonderful holiday in the summer. The region is also an excellent destination for winter sports holidays. Skiing and cross-country skiing are among the possibilities. From your holiday home, you can go wherever you want. Curious about all the winter sports possibilities? Then dive into our range of winter sports chalets in Austria.
From your holiday home in Burgenland, you can head in all directions, culturally speaking.The city of Eisenstadt, for example, is definitely worth a visit if you like Austrian culture. The city is known as the home of the famous composer Haydn. You will find many festivals, museums, exhibitions and therefore plenty to do for everyone here. The castle of Esterházy is not to be missed during your holiday in Burgenland. This exceptional building, with both baroque and classicist splendour, was home to the famous composer Joseph Haydn. Did you know south-eastern Austria is one of the regions with the most castles and palaces? Burgenland owes its name to it! The castle route will take you past these historic buildings. For example, to Burg Bergstein or Burg Lockenhaus.Book a holiday home in Burgenland, and discover the possibilities up close!
From your holiday home in Burgenland, you can explore the region by bike. If you love both nature and culture, this is the ideal way to combine these two interests. Thanks to the construction of the 'Kulturradweg B23', via the 26 km. long route, you'll pass along the most beautiful spots of Burgenland. The route begins in the Gols wine community, and ends at the Baroque Frauenkirchen Basilica. The Neusiedler See, with its more than 300 km² of surface area, also offers sporting opportunities. Did you know you can go ice sailing and surfing here in the winter? After an action-filled day in the open air, you can relax in a warm holiday home in Burgenland.
Pandorf, Eisenstadt, Familypark, Dorfmuseum Mönchhof and Bergkirche are some places that you must visit in Burgenland.
Some of the must-try activities in Burgenland are:
Some of the recommended dishes in Burgenland are Kürbis Suppe (soup), Martinigansl (poultry), Sterz (porridge), Grammelpogatscherl (savoury pastry), Nuss Schnitten (cake).
Travellers from the UK can reach Vienna by air, rail or road. From there, Burgenland is a train ride away.
Burgenland experiences pleasant weather all year round with light snowfall in the winter months.