Situated about 2km on from the park towards Bad Deutsch- Altenburg, the grass-covered amphitheatre formerly seated 15,000. It now hosts...
Situated 3.8km east of Bad Deutsch- Altenburg, this ‘Culture Factory’ is a museum depot for the archaeological riches of the region. It...
Situated in Bad Deutsch-Altenburg, this museum with archaeological displays is the largest of its kind in Austria, having amassed over...
Wirtshaus an der Donau
Situated right alongside the Danube River in the Kurpark, this restaurant is especially popular for chilling out over a drink in the...
Family inn serving classics for under €15, along with more-expensive seasonal or game dishes such as venison ragout or duck. A room for...
Lonely Planet review
The open-air museum is the major attraction in Petronell-Carnuntum itself and lies on the site of the old civilian town. It includes ruins of the public baths and a reconstructed temple of Diana. Hunky young actors lead tours in kitsch tunics and togas, and you can buy replicas of Roman sandals and clothing here for your next toga party. The museum is enclosed and very touristy, but nevertheless interesting and good fun; descriptions everywhere are in English. The Heidentor (Heathen Gate) was once the southwest entrance to the city and now stands as an isolated anachronism amid fields of grain.