Wachau Valley, which is located between the towns of Krems and Melk, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This region is famous for its apricots and wine - at 1,350 hectares such varieties as Grüner Veltliner and Riesling dominte, growing on steep slopes along the Danube. The Wachau wine have three degrees of quality: Steinfeder, Federspiel and Smaragd, which differ in alcohol content, as well as the ability to age.  

1st Day
Transfer from Vienna to Wachau (app. 9 a.m.) and check-in in the hotel 4*
Excursion in the vineyard and wine cellar with tasting
Lunch in the restaurant with Austrian cuisine
Short walk in the city
Excursion to the winemaker, who is also engaged in the cultivation of the Danube salmon
Dinner in Heuriger on the street of wine cellars
Return to the hotel

2nd Day
Breakfast in the hotel
Walking through one of the most beautiful cities in Wachau - Dürnstein
Excursion to one of the largest wine cellars with tasting of the Wachau
Lunch in the restaurant with Austrian cuisine
Excursion to the bakery, where famous Wachauer Laberl were invented, or to the farm with cultivation of saffron (depending on day of week and group preferences)
Transfer to Vienna (around 17:00)

Price: 300 EUR per person
Price includes transfer, excursions and tastings, room in the hotel 4* as well as breakfasts and dinners, if they are included in the tour. Lunch is paid separately.

Language: English, German or Russian
The tour can take place every day in September or October except of Sunday

Concerning the organization of the tour for a larger group of people (starting from 5 persons), please contact us at alpenkoch@outlook.com




Two-days-winetour in Wachau (Lower Austria)