ImpressionsThe Waldviertel along the river Thaya is a country of endless variety.
Breathtaking view across the national park Thayatal.
Your canoe is ready for a romantic tour through the Thayatal valley - breathe through, relax and enjoy the peace.
A view of the smallest town of Austria - Hardegg - in the middle of the national park.
Pure nature! The black storch - the heraldic anmial of the national park, view from the "Einsiedler" (hermit) rock.
Down to a depth of 150 m, the river Thaya has carved its way into the geological foundations of the Waldviertel. The Umlaufberg (hill) is almost entirely surrounded by the river.
The "largest" among the native owls - the eagle owl, castle Hardegg in the middle of the national park
The national park is also worth your visit in winter
Autumnal Thaya valley and marked scenery - the ruins of Kollmitz
The monastery Geras, founded in 1153
Picturesque towns, romantic fortresses, mighty castles and monasteries pave your way - in focus, the castle ruin of Kaja and the castle Raabs
Nature monument "Large Basilica" by Franz Xaver Ölzant, close to Waidhofen/Thaya
Rural castle Riegersburg - one of the most impressive Baroque castles of Austria
An excursion into the Weinviertel region - the wind mill of Retz, the idyll of the little town in Drosendorf