Welcome to Drosendorf
Situated on the extreme northern fringe of the Waldviertel, hard on the Czech border, the lovely fortressed town of Drosendorf is often overlooked by the Viennese – it’s simply too far-flung. Yet, with a completely intact town wall, it is a unique and beautiful town and one well worth the trouble it takes to reach it. A fortress walk begins at the Information Service; it passes the castle, a mostly baroque structure on top of Romanesque foundations, and exits through the Hornertor, the main gate in the southeast dating from the 13th to 15th centuries. Cross the moat and follow the wall clockwise.