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Don’t miss this rustic wine spot on the main drag...
This lovely old restaurant serves some of the best regional cooking around. The inner garden, with its trees and country ambience, is the ideal spot to knock back some local wine.
The town’s sleepy mood changes dramatically during the evening from mid-July to August with the Seefestspiele , a summer operetta festival that attracts some 200,000 people each year.
At the opposite end of Rathausplatz from the Katholische Kirche, this is the oldest church in Rust, built between the 12th and 16th centuries.
The Opern Festspiele is an opera festival held in an old Roman quarry near St Margareten, around 7km northwest of Mörbisch.
Access to the lake and bathing facilities is 1km down the reed-fringed Seepromenade. The swimming is very reedy but refreshing.
This excellent Vinothek represents 21 wine producers in the town and region; it holds regular tastings and events.
This church’s tower is a good vantage point for observing storks. It’s at the southern end of Rathausplatz.
You can enjoy game goulash and other warm dishes at this place with a restaurant feel, just off Rathausplatz.
Surf- & Segelschule Nordstrand rents out sailing boats and holds weekday sailing courses.
Fun & Sail has equipment for hire and offers kite-surfing courses.
For the low-down on kite-surfing on Neusiedler See.
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