Visitor Information


Visitor Information

For information on Lower Austria, call the Niederösterreich Tourismus in Vienna. Local tourist offices in the Vienna Woods, including those in Baden, are generally open weekdays. The Weinviertel region also has several tourist centers. The regional tourist information office for Burgenland province is the Burgenland Tourismus. There are helpful local Fremdenverkehrsämter (tourist offices), listed in the individual towns. In Linz you can pick up brochures from the tourism office in English as well as German. If you plan on seeing many museums, galleries, and castles in Lower Austria—including in Vienna, the Vienna Woods, Melk, Krems, and the Weinviertel—consider getting the Niederösterreich-Card (Lower Austria Card) for €49, which allows free entry to many places and discounts at others. It's available at tourist information offices, banks, and some tobacco shops.

Tourist Information

Burgenland Tourismus (Johann Permayer-Strasse 13, Eisenstadt, A-7000. 02682/63384–0.

Lower Austria (St. Pölten, A-3100. 02742/9000–9000.

Niederösterreich-Card (01/535–05–05.

Steirische Tourismus (St. Peter–Hauptstrasse 243, Graz, Styria, A-8042. 0316/4003–0.

Upper Austria (Freistaedter Strasse 119, Linz, A-4041. 0732/221022.

Wachau (Schlossgasse 3, Spitz an der Donau, A-3620. 02713/300–60060.

Waidhofen an der Ybbs (Schlossweg 2, Waidhofen/Ybbs, A-3340. 07442/511255.

Weinviertel (Kolpingstrasse 7, Poysdorf, A-2170. 02552/3515.

Wienerwald (Hauptplatz 11, Purkersdorf, A-3002. 02231/62176.

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